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Superman may be more powerful than a locomotive, but he can’t get away with driving on England’s M42 motorway without insurance.
Big crowds, but not such a big economic impact? John Romita Jr. on making the leap to DC! A first-timers report from Amazing Las Vegas Comic Con! Plus much more!
CBR takes an early look at next week's "Superman" #32, the first DC Comics work by legendary artist John Romita Jr. after decades at Marvel.
CSBG has a collection of bad comic book plots, including the time Superman's robot tutor brainwashed a girl into sleeping with a young Man of Steel.
"Justice League," "Superman" and "Harley Quinn" are among the final reveals for DC Comics' September "Futures End" 3D motion covers.
Geoff Johns and John Romita Jr. spoke with CBR about building new villains and the "emotional rollercoaster" of working on DC Comics' Superman.
"Superman: Doomed" continues as "Infected" Chapter 3 strikes DC Comics' "Batman/Superman" #11 by Pak, Derenick, Kershcl and Sampere.
Greg Pak and Charles Soule talk the events of "Superman: Doomed" so far, and the effect a "loss of humanity" will have for the DC Comics icon.
A mysterious new villain debuts in "Superman" #34, and CBR has the exclusive first look at the solicitation copy and cover!
Guillem March's cover for "Superman: Doomed" #2 features both Brainiac and a Doomsday-ified Man of Steel, ready to do battle.
Naif Al-Mutawa poses questions to clerics who issued ruling! Where's the industry headed? Examining Wizard World's camera policy! A visit to The Super Museum!
Aaron Kuder, Greg Pak, Scott Snyder and Charles Soule joined forces at C2E2 to discuss the Man of Steel.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Warner Bros. confirmed a "Justice League" film will follow the "Man of Steel" sequel, featuring Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck and Gal Gadot.
This week, Augie saw the new "Captain America" movie, finds a TV Superman appearance from the 1960s, and looks at "Amazing Spider-Man" #304...
The people of Smallville go comatose as "Superman: Doomed" comes to DC Comics' "Superman" #30 by Scott Lobdell & Ed Benes, on sale April 23.
The filmmaker explains how the Dark Knight’s planned cameo grew into a larger role, and talks about the costume tests for Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman.
Did Jimmy Olsen nearly die of AIDS? Did Hydra appear in Marvel Comics before SHIELD or Nick Fury? And what's Garfield's problem with Veterans?
CSBG's 6th Annual March Madness is over. You all voted -- who won the final battle? Superman or Thor? Come find out!
As "Superman: Doomed" approaches, witness how DC Comics' resident power couple survived a nuclear blast in "Superman/Wonder Woman" #7.
It's the final round of CSBG's 6th Annual March Madness! Thor versus Superman! Who would win in a fight? YOU decide!
Charles Soule discusses his DC Comics slate, and how his current busy comic book writing schedule is "literally a dream come true."
Was Kellogg's responsible for a failed Superboy TV show? Did the Comics Code prevent a pantless Batman cover? Was Young Avengers' Hulkling originally a girl?
Greg Pak, Scott Lobdell and Charles Soule discuss "Superman: Doomed," assuring fans it is not a retelling of "The Death of Superman."
DC's June solicitations heralds the arrival of new creative team Geoff Johns and John Romita Jr. as "Superman" begins a new arc and more.
CSBG looks at the issue of "Spider-Man" where Spidey makes fun of the delays behind DC Comics' "Superman vs. Muhammad Ali" in their latest Meta-Messages entry.
CBR presents an exclusive first look at John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson's cover for the Geoff Johns-written "Superman" #32.
John Romita, Jr. discusses collaborating with writers, the importance of establishing scenes, the best designs for superheroic characters and more.
A variety of DC collectibles, Marvel Minis and even some Muppets earned the collectibles spotlight this week!
From the CBR TV vault, film critic Leonard Maltin discusses why "The Avengers" succeeded, why certain flops aren't actually flops and the global box office.
Marguerite Bennett and a team of artists deliver a "well-rounded, thoughtfully developed Lois" in DC Comics' "Superman: Lois Lane" #1.
Former Lex Luthors Kevin Spacey and Michael Rosenbaum have both commented on Jesse Eisenberg playing the role in the "Man of Steel" sequel.
The second chapter of "First Contact" brings Batman and Superman to the pages of Paul Levitz & RB Silva's "Worlds' Finest" #20, on sale Feb. 26!
Did Allied spies use a secret code from Superman comics? And who is Baron Ironblood and how did he become Cobra Commander?
In honor of Valentine's Day, Gimmick or Good? turns it spotlight on "Superman: The Wedding Album" and its white embossed cover.
CBR has an exclusive preview of Ron Marz and Evan "Doc" Shaner's digital-first "Adventures of Superman" #43!
The incoming "Superman" team of Geoff Johns & John Romita Jr. talk to CBR News about exploring "unknown territory" with DC's first superhero.
Valentine's Day is tomorrow, and CSBG shares one of the craziest plans of the Silver Age -- Lois Lane saving Superman by making out with other heroes! Huh?
Writers Scott Lobdell, Greg Pak and Charles Soule team for "Superman: Doomed," a crossover event pitting the Man of Steel vs. Doomsday.
Klaus Janson discusses his role on the all-star "Superman" creative team with Geoff Johns and John Romita, Jr., and shares a message to Frank Miller.