Among the lesser things debated about last year’s movie “Man of Steel” was a scene where a young Clark is wearing a red towel, pretending to be a superhero
“Superman” (vol. 1) #359 (May 1981). Art by Curt Swan. Over the years, DC Comics has published some stories showing how Clark Kent moved from his childhood hometown of Smallville to
Valentine’s Day is this week, so I thought I’d look at one of comics’ biggest romances, which of course would be the romance of Superman and Lois Lane.
Recently, a series of infographics have been published on Mashable discussing what it’d cost to “be” various superheroes. Said infographics look at the costs from the various characters’
From “Superman” (vol. 1) #233 (January 1971). Art by Curt Swan. While I’ve talked about this earlier today on Twitter, I’m finally able to write about it
Art by Kurt Schaffenberger. Back in the 70s, DC put out an extra-sized anthology title called “Superman Family.” “Superman Family” was created out of the merging of two long-running