Super Here For...Superman Standing Against Hatred

Sadly, the Man of Steel has been largely missing from DC’s ongoing comics this past month, something that’s particularly hard considering how many of us could use a little hope right now.

Book Breakdown - Superman Smashes the Klan Brings a Dark Past to Light

Superman Smashes the Klan - Official Trailer

The year is 1946, and the Lee family has moved from Metropolis' Chinatown to the center of the bustling city. While Dr. Lee is greeted warmly in his new position at the Metropolis Health Department, his two kids, Roberta and Tommy, are more excited about being closer to their famous hero, Superman!

Inspired by the 1940s Superman radio serial “Clan of the Fiery Cross,” Gene Luen Yang (American Born Chinese, Boxers and Saints, The Terrifics, New Super-Man) brings us his personal retelling of the adventures of the Lee family as they team up with Superman to smash the Klan!

Legacy is an important word in the DC Universe. From the very first time that Barry Allen put on that red spandex, he was stepping into the legacy of Jay Garrick. Many characters can handle the responsibility and some can’t.

Why I Love Peng Deilan, the Wonder-Woman of China

Wonder Woman has been around for 76 years. She is, hands down, the most iconic female super hero that has ever been created. That’s a pretty impressive curriculum vitae in and of itself, but that’s only the tip of the iceberg.

Naming Super-Man
This July, NEW SUPER-MAN will introduce us to Kenan Kong, China's high-flying new hero. In this exclusive guest blog, writer Gene Luen Yang reveals how he came up with his protagonist's name, and why Kenan went through a name change before he'd even taken flight.

DC All Access - New Superman Created by Kryptonite Chemotherapy

Superman's lost his powers and the only thing that can cure him is...kryptonite?! That may be the case, as we learn in the just released Superman #48, which finds the Man of Steel taking extreme measures to regain his Kryptonian abilities. In this DC All Access comics clip, Superman writer Gene Yang explains where this unique idea came from, why a powerless Superman still matters, and what it's like collaborating so closely with his fellow Superman writer Greg Pak.

SPOILER ALERT: If you have not read SUPERMAN #45 yet and don't want to know what happens, stop reading this post now (major spoilers ahead!).
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