First Look: The Authority Returns to the DC Universe
Our presidential past and (not nearly so presidential) present collide in this exclusive preview of Superman and the Authority #1.

Who is Supergirl? - DC Secret Files & Origins

Teenager Kara Zor-El was rocketed to Earth from the dying planet Krypton. Faced with an entire world completely unrecognizable from the one she grew up in, she’s the ultimate new girl in school—with a planet-splitting right hook. The Girl of Steel possesses all of Superman’s powers, from superhuman strength, speed and invulnerability all the way down to his flight and enhanced senses. Though she struggles to find her identity, she’ll find non-stop action as she fights for justice on Earth and among the stars.

First Look: The Terrifying Rise of Warworld
The new creative team of Phillip Kennedy Johnson and Daniel Sampere settle in for a massive new Superman storyline in this Action Comics #1030 preview.
Super Here For...Lana Lang Returning to Clark Kent's Life

I was talking to a friend of mine the other day about Lucifer. (I swear this will get to Superman, just bear with me for a moment.) I used to watch Lucifer r

Super Here For...Standalone Stories for the Man of Steel

It’s not entirely accurate to say that Super Here For… is DCComics.com’s Superman column. I mean, it is, but that’s not all it is.

It’s a weird time right now, folks. Which makes it an absolutely perfect month for me to write about Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen.

Super Here For...the Long-Awaited Family Reunion

When SUPERMAN #6 ended on the most jaw-dropping cliffhanger, I couldn't wait to get my hands on the next issue.

Super Here For...Watching History Being Made

Hey guys, I'm back! Did you miss me? I know I missed this.

The Man of Steel: Brian Michael Bendis Made Me Do a Spit Take

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.

Steel

Inspired by Superman's selflessness, John Henry Irons used his engineering genius to reinvent himself into a champion in his own right.

The perfect combination of brains and brawn, John Henry Irons was one of four different people to take up the mantle of Superman when Kal-El lost his life while saving Metropolis from the monster known as Doomsday. Initially referred to by the media using Superman’s nickname, “The Man of Steel,” Irons simply went by Steel when Superman came back from the grave.

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