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Cover image for SUPERMAN AND THE AUTHORITY #4 (OF 4) CVR A MIKEL JANIN
Superman and the Authority concludes on Tuesday with Superman and the Authority #4 Which means Superman definitely doesn't get his brain cut out in the preview and replaced with the Ultra-Humanite's, because then what would they do with the rest of the issue, right? But even still, check out the preview below, just for a[...]
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Today sees the release of Superman & The Authority #3 by Grant Morrison and Mikel Janin from DC Comics And it looks like we are getting two Authorities for the price of one With Manchester Black asking if the contents of the Fortress Of Solitude is cultural appropriation to the highest order, putting the British[...]
Cover image for SUPERMAN AND THE AUTHORITY #3 (OF 4) CVR A MIKEL JANIN
Things are about to get Grimdark in Superman and the Authority #3, in stores on Tuesday from DC Comics And no, that's not a commentary on DC's tendency to chase the dragon of Dark Knight and Watchmen for the last several decades It's literally the title of the story! Check out a preview below. SUPERMAN AND[...]
DC Comics Full November 2021 Solicits - Not Only But Mostly Batman
Something that Superlad39 on the Comic Book Resources forums thought was rather interesting alongside the return of The Authority to the Action Comics, and Henry Bendix to upcoming issues of Superman, Son Of Jor-El And he allowed Bleeding Cool to reprint it, though I have followed it up with an investigation of my own In[...]
Cover image for SUPERMAN AND THE AUTHORITY #2 (OF 4) CVR A MIKEL JANIN
Superman and The Authority #2 is in stores from DC Comics on Tuesday, and if you're wondering whether Superman needs to work out to maintain his stunning physique, this preview reveals that the answer is yes Where does he find the time? Well, he's probably a lot less busy than we are Check out the[...]
Danny DeVito Writes Penguin In DC Comics November 2021 Solicitations
The current Superman & The Authority is set in a different continuity to the other Superman comic books and the rest of the DC Comics line We have a Superman active in the nineteen sixties with President Kennedy, Superman accompanying the astronauts to the moon in the early sixties with Kaplan to put a man[...]
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Elsewhere in the multiverse, courtesy of Shazam #1, we have an undisclosed blade slicing its way through reality. Shazam #1 Multiverse While Titans sit around arguing whether or not the Rock Of Ages incoming event is a Crisis Level event or not. Shazam #1 Multiverse And the debate as to whether or not this counts as a Crisis continues. This[...]
Superman No Longer In The Justice League? Shazam/Blue & Gold Spoilers
Today sees the publication of Justice League #65, Blue & Gold #1, Shazam #1, and Superman And The Authority #1 – and questions regarding Superman's place in the Justice League are being raised That's Clark Kent Superman, of course In the Superman titles, it looks as if Jonathan Kent is going to take over the[...]
Interior preview page from SUPERMAN AND THE AUTHORITY #1 (OF 4) CVR A MIKEL JANIN
But what does this mean for Superman & The Authority by Grant Morrison and Mikel Janin? It was a move that Bleeding Cool first reported in 2019, and Grant Morrison has talked about how originally the plan that they rejected was to have a more authoritarian Superman forming The Authority while his son Jonathan Kent took[...]
Cover image for SUPERMAN AND THE AUTHORITY #1 (OF 4) CVR A MIKEL JANIN
Finally, Superman has his own black ops team to send out to take care of the dirty business he's too scared to do himself in this preview of Superman and the Authority #1 What do you mean that doesn't sound like Superman? Haven't you ever heard the phrase "truth, justice, and the American way?" Well…[...]
Late And Returnable: Superman And The Authority
Superman & The Authority #1 by Grant Morrison and Mikel Janin is published this Tuesday by DC Comics But the FOC date for Superman & The Authority #2 is this Sunday And retailers would like some idea of how the first issue sells before putting down non-returnable orders for issue 2 And told DC Comics[...]
Superman And The Authority And A Promise To JFK
Superman And The Authority #1 by Grant Morrison and Mikel Janin published next week by DC Comics was originally intended to be Superman turning all authoritarian and taking control of The Authority team while his son became the new Superman on Earth Well, Grant Morrison didn't want all that, so when they took over the[...]
First Look: Superman & The Authority by Grant Morrison & Mikel Janin
Talking to CBR about the upcoming Superman And The Authority series, Grant Morrison seemed to confirm Bleeding Cool's earlier rumours about the planned return In June last year, Bleeding Cool scooped the gossip that Superman was going to be the new leader of The Authority At the time, the comic book had recently seen Superman described[...]
Lightray, The Flash of The New Authority
After becoming the Flash and joining the Secret Six, she could never decide whether or not she was a celebrity or a hero. Lightray as a character was created by Jack Kirby for the New Gods in 1971, a godly being of super strength and speed, able to manipulate light into solid forms. This appears to be[...]
First Look: Superman & The Authority by Grant Morrison & Mikel Janin
In June last year, Bleeding Cool scooped the gossip that Superman was going to be the new leader of The Authority It was a big story, but plenty of people didn't believe it The usual way of things At the time, the comic book had recently seen Superman come out as being Clark Kent to the[...]