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Superman &#038 Lois: Did Elizabeth Tulloch Prod Update Preview New Logo

Superman & Lois: Did Elizabeth Tulloch Prod Update Preview New Logo?

Superman & Lois star Elizabeth Tulloch had some good news to share with fans about production on the newest addition to The CW's Arrowverse (sorry, we're not changing it) Taking to Twitter on Monday, Tulloch revealed that the remaining cast members had arrived in Vancouver to start their quarantine which means (as Tulloch puts it) the[...]

Superman &#038 Lois Promises New Perspective Really Badass Suit

Superman & Lois Promises New Perspective, "Really Badass" Suit

DC's Chief Creative Officer Jim Lee hosted a Superman & Lois panel for DC FanDome and joining him via video we had showrunner Todd Helbing and stars Tyler Hoechlin (Superman/Clark Kent) and Elizabeth Tulloch (Lois Lane) They discussed the upcoming show and how it will differ from previous incarnations as well as exciting things to[...]

Justice League Anime: The Bodden Cut &#8211 All Might L Aang &#038 More

Justice League Anime: The Bodden Cut – All Might, L, Aang & More

Consider this "The Bodden Cut":Superman = All Might ("My Hero Academia"): No one embodies the feeling of hope and safety the way Superman does, but All Might comes pretty close because you know no one has to worry when he is there and smiles his huge smile As someone who grew up hearing I had[...]

Mark Waid Back At DC Comics &#8211 Is He Coming To Superman

Mark Waid Back At DC Comics – Is He Coming To Superman?

We suggested this may be happening last month, and it's just a short mention in December's 2020 solicitations, but alongside the reprints of one of his old Batman comic books, the Dark Nights: Death Metal: The Last Stories Of The DC Universe includes Mark Waid as a writer name alongside Gail Simone, Scott Snyder, James[...]

Brian Bendis Superman Run Comes to A End In December

Brian Bendis Superman Run Comes to A End In December

 The DC Comics solicitations for the Superman titles in December 2020 reveals some notable language Action Comics #1028 is described as “Brian Michael Bendis, John Romita Jr., and Klaus Janson wrap up their run on Action Comics with "House of Kent: Epilogue"!” while Superman #28 is “the Man of Steel's last stand in this final[...]

New Funko Soda Reveals &#8211 TMNT Superman Bob Ross and More.

New Funko Soda Reveals – TMNT, Superman, Bob Ross and More.

Superman is flying high with this 15,000 Limited Edition run figure and will capture that Saturday morning cartoon vibe This Funko Soda will be no stranger to the Chase either and will feature Bizzaro as the Man of Steel variant This is a great idea for this Superman Funko Soda and a great way to[...]

The Synmar Have Been Watching All Along &#8211 Superman #25 (Spoilers)

The Synmar Have Been Watching All Along – Superman #25 (Spoilers)

With infinite complacency men went to and fro over this globe about their little affairs, serene in their assurance of their empire over matter."In recent issues of Brian Bendis, Ivan Reis and Joe Prado's Superman, we have seen Superman get a little too big for his spandex Stepping forward to rep[resent Earth in the fledgeling[...]

Batwoman Superman &#038 Lois Stars Answer Early DC FanDome Questions

Batwoman, Superman & Lois Stars Answer Early DC FanDome Questions

Fans of Batwoman, Supergirl, Black Lightning, DC's Legends of Tomorrow, Stargirl, Doom Patrol, Harley Quinn, Lucifer, Pennyworth, Superman & Lois, Watchmen, and more, will have a more than enough looks at what's still to come to keep them busy (at least until NYCC comes around) But just in case you missed last month's first round[...]

Titans: Curran Walters Looks Like Hes Enjoying His Season 3 Mood

Titans: Curran Walters Looks Like He's Enjoying His "Season 3 Mood"

The second season of (RIP) DC Universe's Titans left viewers with a ton to process: deaths, a possible death, a hero heading off to find himself, and Nightwing rising from the ashes of Grayson's (Brenton Thwaites) Robin. Heading into last month's DC FanDome, we knew that Damaris Lewis' Blackfire would be a series regular during the […]

Superman &#038 Lois Star Elizabeth Tulloch Wants Your Help Dressing Lois

Superman & Lois Star Elizabeth Tulloch Wants Your Help Dressing Lois

Even better, we were treated to a teaser for Superman & Lois with Tyler Hoechlin and Elizabeth Tulloch that gave us a better sense of the series' tone and vibe (at least until some serious new footage starts rolling in).[caption id="attachment_1119184" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Supergirl - Photo: Katie Yu/The CW -- © 2019 The CW Network, LLC[...]

Its Official &#8211 Superman Is Living His Very Best Life (Spoilers)

It's Official – Superman Is Living His Very Best Life (Spoilers)

Created by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons for the 1985 Superman story, For The Man Who Has Everything, it has remained a poignant story and one which other creators have revisited and, frankly, diluted,[caption id="attachment_1260559" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Art from Superman Annual #11 (1985).[/caption]So while Batman was getting a lecture from Martha Wayne about stopping being[...]

Might This Tip Superman Towards The Authority Action Comics Spoilers

Might This Tip Superman Towards The Authority? Action Comics Spoilers

But back in June, Bleeding Cool reported that we had heard talk that Brian Bendis was setting the Superman books up to have Clark Kent, Superman, lead a new version of The Authority - the superteam created by Warren Ellis and Bryan Hitch for DC/Wildstorm towards the end of the last century.[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="563"][...]

Young Justice #17 Review: Could Easily Be Forgotten

Young Justice #17 Review: Could Easily Be Forgotten

Once out there, the fresh faced teens of Young Justice accept her without pause, appreciative of her support.As she wanders amongst the wreckage and recovery, many of the team’s members have encounters with their older counterparts and each other, making for some fantastic character moments (Jinny Hex trying to get the scoop on Wonder Woman[...]

Sonia Duncan and Alex Live in Metropolis Grove &#8211 by Drew Brockington

Sonia, Duncan and Alex Live in Metropolis Grove – by Drew Brockington

He now has a new graphic novel coming from DC Comics called Metropolis Grove aimed at readers aged 8 to 12, to be published in May next year, starring two kids who live in a Superman-filled Metropolis in the DC Universe Announced last year, we now have a description of the comic book's contents. Welcome to[...]

DC Comics Get Festive with New Holiday Themed Funko Pops

DC Comics Get Festive with New Holiday Themed Funko Pops

Funko has unveiled 10 Pop vinyl figures that are ready for the holiday season! Batman, Wonder Woman, Superman, Flash, Harley Quinn, and the Joker all get some festive remodeling With antlers, lights, and holiday themed items these DC Comics icons are decking the halls There will also be four retailers exclusive Pops with a Hot[...]

Action Comics #1023 Review: A Big Chunk Of Biff And Pow

Action Comics #1023 Review: A Big Chunk Of Biff And Pow

There are a number of legitimate “moments” here — three rushes of red, as noted above, Jimmy’s thoughts on Superman’s secret identity, and the best take on defunding underworld connections we’ve seen in some time Of course, visuals from the legendary John Romita Jr., Klaus Janson, Brad Anderson, and Dave Sharpe help this feel like[...]

Brian Bendis on Creating a New Kind Of Villain for Superman #SDCC

Brian Bendis on Creating a New Kind Of Villain for Superman #SDCC

Brian Bendis had a lot to say about new Superman villain Synmar, being introduced in Superman #25 out in September."We thought, you know, we have a Superman #25, it's a big double sized anniversary issue What a grand opportunity to put the new toy in the Superman toy box and create a villain We thought[...]

Umbrella Academy Walking Dead &#038 More: 5 Comic-Con@Home Cosplay Ideas

Umbrella Academy, Walking Dead & More: 5 Comic-Con@Home Cosplay Ideas

I know one of my favorite parts of SDCC every year is seeing all the fantastic costumes and cosplay there: it's like the best of the best. Between that and well-known costume party convention DragonCon both being canceled in person this year (curse you, Corona), I started wondering if there was any way I could […]

Separated At Birth &#8211 Giancarlo Caracuzzo + Lee Weeks Batman/Superman

Separated At Birth – Giancarlo Caracuzzo + Lee Weeks' Batman/Superman

Maybe he wants to do some more work for DC?  As spied by friend-of-Bleeding Cool, Adam Dechanel, the commissioned piece of artwork by Giancarlo Caracuzzo and posted to his Facebook art page looks a little familiar.[caption id="attachment_1238822" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Separated At Birth - Giancarlo Caracuzzo and Lee Weeks' Batman/Superman.[/caption]Especially when compared to this cover by[...]

Justice League #49 Review: Wants To Say Something Important

Justice League #49 Review: Wants To Say Something Important

It also often props up a status quo that is not only inequitable to a large group of people but sometimes intensively negative.It’s crystal clear that this Si Spurrier script wants to say something important, but through this issue and the last, all its shown is the needlessly fascist tendencies of the spandex set and[...]