Jonathan Kent





Gossip: Wonder Woman Will Be the First to be Replaced in DC Comics' 5G

Gossip: Wonder Woman Will Be the First to be Replaced in DC Comics' 5G?

We then learned that Jonathan Kent will be aged again, and become the new Superman.A new Batman, a new Superman, a new generation of DC Comics heroes It was all starting to fit together And now we know more New first issue relaunches for both That the first title to be relaunched will be Wonder[...]

Gossip: Luke Fox, Jonathan Kent - What DC Comics' 5G is All About

Gossip: Luke Fox, Jonathan Kent – What DC Comics' 5G is All About

With Bruce Wayne believed to be dead but secretly supporting him behind the scenes.Today we revealed that Jonathan Kent will be aged again, and become the new Superman, replacing his father, Clark Kent, in the public role.And we've also heard more Flash, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman, Aquaman and more, will see their roles replaced by[...]

The DC Universe Timeline Generation 4 in Full - From Wildstorm to Hell Arisen

Jonathan Kent To Be The New Superman For DC Comics?

He began to exhibit Superman-like powers and the recent few years has seen Superman as a father, seeing his young son grow up and take on a role as Superboy.This underwent a radical change recently when Jonathan Kent went on a galaxy tour with his revived grandfather Jor-El, which also involved some faster-than-light travel and[...]


Things We Learned From Frank Miller's Clark Kent in Superman Year One #1

"Superman: Year One": Let's Talk About Frank Miller's Creepy Clark Kent

When he arrives on Earth, the narration has him using subtle mind control to make Jonathan Kent take him home.So right from the start, baby Superman is already creepy I get the feeling that wasn’t the intention. Is Clark Kent Supposed to be a Sociopath? Miller’s writing keeps reminding us how detached and different Clark is from[...]

Superman #1 cover by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, and Alex Sinclair

Superman #1 Review: A Downplayed Start

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Superman goes into space to look for Lois, Jon, and the alleged Jor-El. He has no guide, though, and the only thing he finds is a Dominator fleet heading straight for Earth. He deals with the problem and returns home. He desperately misses his family, and the Justice League tries to console him. […]

Man of Steel #6 cover by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, and Alex Sinclair

Man of Steel #6 Review: Bombastic, Genuine, and Fun

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Jor-El has come to Earth to take Jonathan Kent away to learn more about his power, his people, and where his life may be headed Jon wants to go, but Lois and Clark are reluctant to send their son away with someone who might be his grandfather In the present, Superman fights Rogol Zaar[...]

Man of Steel #5 cover by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, and Alex Sinclair

Man of Steel #5 Review: Bringing Back the Quality

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Superman has taken Rogol Zaar off the Earth to battle it out in orbit. However, Rogol is powerful and able to lay out the Man of Steel all too quickly. The Justice League arrives in Metropolis to provide support to Supergirl, whom discovers Superman's unconscious body on the moon. The team regroups to […]

Super Sons #16 cover by Jorge Jimenez and Alejandro Sanchez

Super Sons #16 Review: A Charming Send-Off

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Superboy tries to hold off Kid Amazo and free the incapacitated Justice League while Robin and Cyborg make their way to the Kid Amazo's base of operations. Kid Amazo is drawing upon the power of the captured Leaguers, putting Superboy at a severe disadvantage. However, Robin, as he often does, has a plan […]

Superman Special #1 cover by Jorge Jimenez and Alejandro Sanchez

Superman Special #1 Review: DC's Continued Superman Quality Streak

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Superman and Superboy have a promise to keep for Captain Storm on Dinosaur Island, and the two Kents return to save the only surviving member of the Losers. In another story, Superman returns to Earth after a long mission in space, exhausted and drained of energy. Unfortunately, a giant insect is attacking Metropolis, […]

Superman #44 cover by Patrick Gleason and Alejandro Sanchez

Superman #44 Review: Night of the Living Bizarros

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Superboy, Boyzarro, and their friends are trying to figure out how to hold the Bizarro world of Thrae together while Superman battles Bizarro himself. They discover that the planet is tied to Bizarro himself, and Bizarro feels like his life is falling apart. They need Bizarro to want to save Thrae if the […]

Action Comics #999 cover by Brett Booth, Norm Rapmund, and Andrew Dalhouse

Action Comics #999 Review: How Do You Solve a Problem Like Cyborg Superman?

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] General Sam Lane visits his daughter, Lois, and grandson, Jonathan, for the first time. While this tense reunion is happening, Superman is breaking apart an asteroid that could have threatened the Earth. Within the asteroid, he finds a crystalline material that will help him with a different problem: Cyborg Superman in the Phantom […]

Superman #42 cover by Patrick Gleason and John Kalisz

Superman #42 Review: Entertaining, but the Bizarro Speech Gets Confusing

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Superman #42 opens on Bizarro World, and we get to see how the Bizarro version of the Superman family looks and behaves. After this, we turn back to our world and our Superman family. Superboy is smitten with a girl in Kansas, and it leads him to minor conflict with his family. While […]

Superman: Action Comics #998 cover by Will Conrad and Ivan Nunes

Action Comics #998 Review: A Satisfying Finale to an Overlong Story

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Superman and Booster Gold are in the process of being executed by the Zod Family's heat vision. Their only hope was Skeets, and he appeared to be destroyed. However, the little robot had a few more tricks up its sleeve, and he may just be able to save our heroes. Even if he […]

Superman #41 cover by Viktor Bogdanovic and Mike Spicer

Superman #41 Review: A Bittersweet Conclusion to a Nuanced Story

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Superman, Superboy, and Klain speed to Klain's compound in the hopes of escaping the religious zealots of Galymayne. Klain reveals his plan to send an egg pod of his species to another planet to survive. Unfortunately, the religious overlords of Galymayne are not too far behind and still intend to stop any plans […]

Superman: Action Comics #997 cover by Brett Booth, Norm Rapmund, and Andrew Dalhouse

Superman Action Comics #997 Review: Badly Padded and Noticeably Empty

Her and Clark’s son, Jonathan Kent, follows not far behind.[caption id="attachment_795502" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Superman: Action Comics #997 cover by Brett Booth, Norm Rapmund, and Andrew Dalhouse[/caption]Action Comics’ “Booster Shot” spins ever closer to #1000 with a disheartening insistence on padding and plot tangents This arc is decompressed beyond reason, and I say that as a[...]

Superman #40 cover by Viktor Bogdanovic and Mike Spicer

Superman #40 Review: History Repeats Itself in an Attempt to Stop History From Repeating Itself

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] It's the anniversary of Krypton's destruction, and Superman has brought his son, Jonathan aka Superboy, to the Fortress of Solitude to observe the occasion. While the two men of Krypton are there, the Fortress' computers detect another planet undergoing the same processes which Krypton experienced before its destruction. Superman goes to help, and […]