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?"
The New 52 is DC's attempt to refresh its readership by restarting all of their titles at once in a new version of the shared DC universe. Justice League #1 - released this week - is the first book in the new line.
The New 52’s #1s will be the best-selling comics this year - by a large margin.
Starting this weekend, some of us will be seeing this trailer for DC’s relaunch in theaters and on television.
Is Warner Bros. making a Batman/Superman team-up flick?
This summer is certainly a hot one for superhero fans, as early pictures for The Dark Knight Rises, The Amazing Spider-Man, and the first photo of Superman in his costume for Man of Steel have all been released.
Warner Bros. has released an image of Henry Cavill in his costume for the new Superman adaptation, Man of Steel.
Henry Cavill may have been a bit bummed that Zack Snyder's Superman reboot was pushed back six months to June 14, 2013, but the man who is playing the ultimate superhero says he is "really raring" to go.
This week, during SDCC, DC released a whole slew of interior images from their new 52 event, in which all 52 of their comics lines will be starting anew at issue #1.
In DC’s new 52, Superman will kick off as the focus of two lines.
Take a look at the Smallville buildings which are being constructed in Plano. Warning: possible spoilers ahead.
After months of picking up on rumors and leaks, we’ve now got all the info direct from the publisher.
To myself and many others, Christopher Reeve will always be Superman.
I'm really not very interested in the latest reboot of Superman, Man of Steel, because frankly, I'm not sold on Zack Snyder.
We now have a comprehensive list of every DC title which will be released as part of the relaunch event.
The 2003 graphic novel is a thought-provoking alternative time-line tale.
New plot details for the upcoming Superman reboot movie show that it’s likely tied very closely to the current origin canon from the comics.
Often when the protagonist of a speculative narrative must struggle against an unfeeling world, that world is represented by a faceless conglomerate, a near-governmental corporation which seems to control facets of society wherever the character looks.
The decisions being made about the Justice League movie canon is worse than we ever thought possible.