Standing Up: Five of DC's Boldest Black Female Heroes and Storylines

In the Modern Age of Comic Book Fandom, social media platforms and online connectivity have brought together—and brought to light—readers who may not fit the traditional image of a fan as it existed throughout most of the 20th cen

The Black History of Superman, Part 2

Since 1938, Superman has been described as “Champion of the Oppressed.” As we celebrate Black History Month this February, it’s only fair to ask: do the Black readers and fans who look to Superman for a hero not deserve a Superman of their o

A Normal Life: Jordan Elsass on Being Superman & Lois's Other Son

Imagine this for a moment. Your father is the best-loved superhero on the planet, capable of doing almost anything. Your mother is a Pulitzer-winning journalist who’s broken some of the biggest stories of your lifetime.

Drawing Inspiration From DC: The New Frontier
In Metal Men, Life Can Literally Be What You Make It

What if you only thought you were alive?

Reign of the Supermen Reminds Us of Why We Need the Man of Steel

It feels like it was just yesterday that we saw Superman make the ultimate sacrifice to save Metropolis in The Death of Superman. Now,

Making Lex Likable: Rainn Wilson Talks Reign of the Supermen

When you think of the villains in the DEATH AND RETURN OF SUPERMAN storyline, most people probably think of Doomsday.

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