Superman vs. Godslayer: Could the Bad Guy be Right?

Some of Superman’s most interesting adversaries throughout the years have been ones who desire to do good, but go about it the wrong way. People call Superman “the big blue boy scout” for a reason—he doesn’t just see that justice is done, he’s also unwavering when it comes to making sure it’s done in a fair and humane way, with respect for life and civil liberties. At times, this has put him at odds with fellow heroes like Batman, Wonder Woman and Aquaman, who sometimes may take a more pragmatic approach to doing what’s right.

Alienating a Hero: Max Landis Talks Superman: American Alien

At some point in our life, we’ve all read a Superman comic, seen a Superman movie or watched a Superman cartoon or TV show.  With a history that now extends over 75 years, we likely know the Man of Steel better than we know some of our friends and family. We know all about his life, his friends and his enemies. We know his powers and we know his history. In fact, there’s very little about Superman that we don’t know.

Clark Kent Takes His First Flight in Superman: American Alien

Screenwriter Max Landis (Chronicle, Victor Frankenstein) presents a new side of the Man of Steel with the help of seven high profile artists in the brand new Superman: American Alien. In this DC All Access comics clip, Tiffany talks to issue #1 artist Nick Dragotta about what it was like working with Landis to bring such a pivotal, but rarely seen, moment in Superman's life to the page.

To read Superman: American Alien #1 digitally: https://www.readdcentertainment.com/Superman-American-Alien-2015-1/digital-comic/1426100015001

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5.2 Reasons to Start Reading Smallville: Season 11

For those who looked up toward the skies and screamed "Somebody, save me" when the CW television series "Smallville" went off the air in 2011, your cries have been answered. Your savior has arrived. Incidentally, that savior happens to be Superman, and you can find him once again on Fridays, but this time he’s doing the saving on the DC Comics Digital website.
 

5.2 Reasons We Love Action Comics' Superman

When superstar writer Grant Morrison launched ALL-STAR SUPERMAN back in 2005, he crafted a tale that took the Man of Steel back to his more classic roots while still approaching the character with modern sensibilities. He reinvented the Superman of old for today's audience and the end result quickly became lauded as one of the greatest Superman tales ever written.

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