SDCC's DC Super Hero Bags are Back!

By now, you could say DC has the whole superhero thing in the bag. But if you’re going to San Diego Comic-Con, you’ll see we have them on the bag too.

Reign of the Superboys: The Strange History of the Boy of Steel

Chances are, if you know anything about Superman, you probably know a little something about Superboy, too.

Being Superman

“It’s never as bad as it seems. You’re much stronger than you think you are. Trust me.”

First Flight: Five Superman Comics for New Readers

With the possible exception of people who have been living on the moon these past 80 years (emphasis on possible), you’ve seen Superman before, whether it’s in a movie, a TV show like Lois and Clark or Smallville o

All-Star Superman #6 May Be the Greatest Superman Comic Ever Written

When I look at the legacy of Superman stories, it is a challenge to not include Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely’s

First Look: A Super Goodbye
The Kent family says goodbye to Hamilton and their home in this sweetly affecting preview of SUPERMAN #45.
Let's Get Crazy: Eight of the Most Bizarre Superman Stories Ever Told

We're less than one week away from getting our hands on issue #1000 of ACTION COMICS. Let’s think about that for a minute. One thousand. One followed by three zeroes. That’s a whole lot of comics.

An Empire in Kansas: The Legacy of TV's Smallville

I would like to invite you to take a quick little stroll down memory lane with me. It’s a pretty road alongside a vast cornfield, under the most impossibly blue Vancouver sky you’ve ever seen put to HD.

Why Krypto Matters

There are so many iconic Superman supporting characters.

The Weird and Wonderful History of Kryptonite

Chances are, even if you've somehow never read a comic, seen a movie, or watched a TV show about Superman, you probably still understand a thing or two about Kryptonite.

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