Hey Super-fans, it’s been quite a month, hasn’t it? So much has happened in Kal-El’s world that narrowing down the topic of this column seemed like a superhuman feat in and of itself.
Superman is one of the DC Universe’s greatest heroes, but it’s sometimes easy to forget how he got there.
Apparently, all this time it was the heroes of the Arrowverse they were asking to save them.
Everyone has to start somewhere—even Superman.
After the trauma and chaos of The Batman Who Laughs, the Year of The Villain isn't letting up with
If you’ve dipped your toe into the Ink Spots corner of our blog—that’s our series of posts devoted to DC’s Young Adult comics and graphic novels—there’s a good chance you’ve come across my past articles on
Krypton’s second season has been one battle after another. The season started with Seg stuck in the Phantom Zone, battling haunting images of his friends and family.
We live in a Golden Age of series, movies and books for the youngest superhero fans. In fact, I can’t help but feel a twinge of jealousy toward my ten-year-old.
To put things in perspective, I had just turned five years old when the first issue of Batman: Hush hit comic book shelves in 2002.