Every now and again, there is a DC story so massive that it shifts the very fabric of reality. We tend to call those stories "Crises" for a couple of reasons.
Okay, can we pause for a second? I feel like I'm missing a very crucial piece of information here. Despite my lack of experience reading comics, as I've made clear in weeks prior, I consider myself pretty knowledgeable about Superman.
When you start digging around the history of the DC Universe, you're bound to find some...well, let's call them weird little anomalies.
A brand-new era is beginning in the DC Universe, and it's kicking off with an all new Scott Snyder written JUSTICE LEAGUE, which is coming hot
Passing superhero mantles between people can make things...complicated. The pressure of upholding a legacy, the potential jealousy, maybe even feelings of being replaced by a newcomer.
It's week three of four for JUSTICE LEAGUE: NO JUSTICE, meaning that there is only one issue remaining for the event and before a whole new era
Arthur Curry has enjoyed a very interesting renaissance over the past few years.