DC has released a preview of the inside pages of its upcoming alternate future superhero comic Superman Beyond.
With the economy still down and out, it’s kind of difficult to imagine who’s got the cash to pay six figures for the camera that shot the first Star Wars movie.
One can't help but wonder if there will ever be an R rated superhero movie released for the masses.
It was a story that would make any self respecting geek shake his or her head. Yes, when Nicholas Cage became a big time movie star, he finally had the loot to buy a geekholy grail, the first issue of Superman.
DC Entertainment has announced that Smallville: Season 11 will be part of this year's comic book line-up.
An anonymous source has leaked an image of what appears to be a promotional poster for the upcoming Superman readaptation, Man of Steel.
Last year, a first issue Superman originally stolen from Nicholas Cage was eventually recovered from a storage locker - with the comic ultimately selling at auction for $2.1 million.
Yes, we all know there's another Superman in the works, a reboot called Man of Steel, and it's being made by Zack Snyder, who came on strong with 300, but came up short with Sucker Punch.
We all know the old saying - it’s very lonely at the top.
It's the holy grail among comic fans, and only a select few can afford one, but the first issue of Action Comics, featuring the debut of Superman, just went up at auction, and sold for a record $2.1 million.
The major publishers of super hero comic books are clearly going through some steep transitions. There are ups and downs, and neither DC or Marvel is immune to woes.
Next year, Cartoon Network will be rolling out DC Nation, a block of programming based on the popular DC super hero comic book lines.
Henry Cavill has confirmed that his portrayal of Superman in the upcoming Man of Steel is based on the recently modified character depicted in the DC relaunch.
Warner Premier has released its official trailer for Justice League: Doom, the next animated film for the DC superhero franchise.
Last month we saw an unprecedented marketing move from DC Comics. They relaunched and renumbered all of their superhero lines at once, revamping and reconfiguring almost every title.
Even if you don't know jack about superheroes, you definitely know DC Comics, home of Batman and Superman.
Superman might be the most popular and well-recognized superhero of any publisher - not just DC.
DC has released yet more numbers regarding its sales figures for the New 52 relaunch.
Action comics #1 is as good an introduction to our new Superman as Detective Comics #1 is to our new Batman.
In a funny bit of serendipity, I was talking with somebody the other day about things that make you feel old, and this person told me his young son saw a pay phone in a movie and asked, "What's that?"