Supergirl: A Calm Before the Storm

If you, like me, were wondering how they were going to level up the already complicated situation with Reign, it turns out the answer to that was found in the same place as her supposed salvation. This week's episode, "The Dark Side of the Moon," mainly set up what I'm guessing are going to be some huge moves in the last few episodes.

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. The naming convention is pretty easy to follow and Jon Kent, the current Superboy, has been a pretty prominent character in the DC Universe as of late.

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 ALL-STAR SUPERMAN among the greatest tales ever told about the Man of Steel. It’s an epic examination of a character who has always been larger than life and deserves nothing less than to be celebrated as such.

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.

Pour yourselves a wholesome glass of milk and avoid the meteors, because we’re talking about Smallville, y’all.

Supergirl: Kara Danvers and the Art of the Identity Crisis

Hey, guys! Meg, here. Hope you don’t mind me stepping in like this—I know I’m not your usual Supergirl Couch Club representative. I guess you could say I’m a tourist in National City this season, but I’m really excited to be here... Even though it looks like I’ve picked a pretty rough time to drop by. I mean, we’re jumping right into one seriously bummed out Girl of Steel this time around, aren’t we?

The #DCTV Secrets of SUPERGIRL: Ep. 18 "Worlds Finest"

Supergirl may bring hope to National City but her new series brings along with it secrets from throughout comic book history. We're here to tease you with all the #DCTV Secrets hiding in each episode. If you really want to know some of the answers to these questions, check out the spoiler section for super answers.

Bryan Q. Miller and Cat Staggs Say So Long to Smallville

After a robust run of thirteen years the saga of Smallville is finally coming to a close. Today’s digital first SMALLVILLE: CONTINUITY #12 is the final installment of the franchise that spanned both TV and comics. To commemorate the occasion, we sat down with Smallville: Season 11 writer and former Smallville television writer Bryan Q. Miller as well as series cover artist Cat Staggs.

DC All Access - Ep 232 - Kevin Smith Reveals Exclusive Batman '66 Clip + Convergence (DCAA 232)

When Tiffany finds herself once again flying solo, she summons director, comic book writer, podcaster and Batman mega-fan Kevin Smith to guest host this week's jam-packed new episode of DC All Access. First, Kevin reveals an exclusive clip from the upcoming Blu-Ray release of the classic Batman television series, while Tiffany looks at Convergence, the just announced publishing event coming next year from DC Comics. They then talk to the new Green Arrow writing team of Andrew Kreisberg and Ben Sokolowski about what changes may be in store for Oliver Queen, before hearing from writer Bryan Q. Miller about bringing his bestselling Smallville comic to a close. All that, plus Kevin improvises some comic book writing and we look at some of this week's highlights from the DC Host Search.

For information on how you could become the next DC All Access co-host: http://www.dccomics.com/dchostsearch

For more on the Batman TV Series Blu-Ray Release: http://www.dccomics.com/tv/batman-1966-1968

To read Smallville: Continuity digitally: https://www.readdcentertainment.com/Smallville-Continuity/comics-series/27051

Tiffany’s dress is from the new Hot Topic Harleen line, available Feb. 2015.

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