However, tomorrow DC Comics will find ways to tie certain titles in with such crossover events, in a desperate attempt to keep the continuity straight… So Superman: The Return Of Kal-El demonstrates that all the recent Superman stories in Action Comics and Superman: Son Of Kal-El are set before Justcie League #75 and Dark Crisis On[...]
Jonathan Kent hasn't been back from the future for long, growing into the mantle of his father and terrified that continuity, er, circumstance will take Kal-El's guidance from him forever However, he's also got a different take on what it takes to wear the shield and shows some of his approach in Superman: Son Of[...]
We got our hands on the new McFarlane Toys DC Multiverse Superman figure, and we think the line is in good hands! Check it out!
In addition to the official Krypton season 2 trailer released today by SYFY, the network has given us a look behind the scenes with series' cast and crew.
The earthling Adam Strange arrives from the future with a warning — Superman's greatest enemy has traveled back to Krypton to interfere with the timeline, thus preventing Kal-El from becoming the Man of Steel Similar to Marty McFly's fading photo of himself and his siblings, Strange brings Superman's disintegrating cape with him from the future[...]
Action Comics finds a criminal dropped from the sky in Metropolis and a superhero badly injured. Can Superman save the day? Is it a good read?
Superman is scrambling to discover how the Earth was sucked into the Phantom Zone. Meanwhile, Rogol Zaar seeks revenge. Is it a good read?
It helps that the worst Kal-El threatens him with is consequences from the kid's mom. The back half with the group of criminals is the tried and true Bendis tactic of the bumbling criminal one-line-athon It does feel like it's filling space more than actually contributing anything to the comic, and it's the weakest part of[...]
Superman returns with the Man of Steel searching the galaxy for his family while still looking out for Earth. Is it a good read?
Seeing Kal-El battle this beast in the orbit of the Earth to the tune of Adam Hughes art is pretty fantastic. The issue slows down after that, with Supergirl responding to another fire in Metropolis followed by the arrival of the Justice League. We get what went down between Clark, Lois, Jon, and the alleged Jor-El[...]
The Man of Steel and the Girl of Tomorrow battle Rogol Zaar across Metropolis while trying to discern is purpose on Earth. Is it a good read?
Rogol Zar makes his move against Superman, and it leaves Kal-El devastated. I won't spoil the specifics here, but Man of Steel #3 makes some large changes to a big part of Superman's lore — well, beyond Rogol Zar apparently being the actual cause of Krypton's death That one we already knew about. This issue handles the[...]
A new reporter stirs trouble at the Daily Planet while the Man of Steel himself battles Toyman in Coast City. Is it a good read?
The Man of Tomorrow's comic output has been very satisfying with talented writers. As such, I've been on a bit of a perpetual Superman high. All three stories of this special are enjoyable and highlight emblematic elements of Kal-El that his fans adore. The first shows him and his son upholding a promise while punching dinosaurs — which[...]
Man of Steel opens up with Rogul Zar planning the downfall of Krypton in the past while, in the present, Superman investigates a string of arsons in Metropolis. Does it make for a good read?
Action Comics' Special delivers three stories, the first two focusing on Lex Luthor and the third on Lois Lane and Clark Kent. Is it a good read?
DC Nation kicks off with three introductory stories leading into Batmand and Catwoman's wedding, Man of Steel, and No Justice. Is it a good read?
Action Comics #1000 finally kicks off with a cavalcade of creators and stories to celebrate 1,000 issues and 80 years of Superman. Is it a good read?
Superman is the most iconic and recognizable character in comics history, and today Kal-El celebrates his 80th birthday April 18th, 1938 marks the first appearance of The Last Son of Krypton in Action Comics #1 and is celebrated across the infinite universes as good ol' Clark's natal day. Superman's first appearance on the cover of Action[...]
Action Comics #999 reunites Sam Lane and his daughter's family while Superman looks to have another encounter with Cyborg Superman. Is it a good read?
This has to be a dream come true for him- he famously named his son Kal-El after Clark Kent's Kryptonian birth name He once owned one of the more impressive vintage comic collections ever, until someone stole part of his collection, including his copy of Action Comics #1. And of course he was once tapped to[...]
The Booster Shot of Action Comics comes to an ending, as Superman and Booster Gold must escape execution from the Zod Family. Can they survive? Is Action Comics #998 a good read?
Superman and Superboy help the alien scientist Klain to save what he can of his people. However, his people do not want saving and will kill these three to stop it. Is it a good read?
Superman and Booster Gold face the Zod family in this issue of Action Comics. Meanwhile, Lois and Jonathan finally find General Sam Lane. Is it a good read?
Superman and Superboy find a planet that is on the brink of suffering the same fate as Krypton. The two Kryptonians intend to keep that from happening, but will the people of that planet let them? Is it a good read?
Action Comics #996 finds Lois Lane in the nation of Logamba in the hopes of saving her father. Superboy follows not far behind. Superman and Booster Gold find themselves on a planet called New Krypton. Does it make for a good read?
Action Comics #995 brings Superman and Booster Gold to the latter's time period — along with an angry Eradicator bot. Plus, Booster is wanted in this time period. Does this make for a good read?
Oz claims to be Jor-El, Kal-El's deceased father, who got transported away from Krypton right before his death Superman needs to know the truth Upon his arrival, things start seeming wrong very quickly. Booster Gold arrives in the Justice League Watchtower shortly after Clark's departure He's worried about the catastrophic changes that could arise from Superman's[...]
In the trailer we get a better idea of the setup for the show including how her cousin Kal-El is older than her now when he was younger when they left Krypton Seems Kara Zor-El's ship was sent off course by a shock wave from the planet exploding and was sent into the Phantom Zone[...]