Shaping a Universe: Mark Waid Returns to DC

Two years ago, a colleague introduced me at a promotional event for the Harley Quinn animated series to writer and frequent unofficial “ambassador of comics” Jim

Naomi's a Superhero for a New Age

Although Naomi: Season One came out back in 2019, it wasn't until recently that I dove into the short six-issue run, written by David

Naomi: A Chosen One Must Choose to Believe

Naomi is The CW’s newest DCTV series, and it changes up the familiar format quite a bit.

Which Is Your Favorite DC Kiss?

A passionate kiss between heroes? Villains? Heroes and villains? We don’t care—a good smooch is a good smooch.

Yes, Jon Kent is the Superman We Need Right Now

Yes, it’s been a little while since our last Super Here For… column, but it’s a new year and we have a new Man of Steel, and it seemed like the right time to bring it back.

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

The Black History of Superman, Part 1

Before he was the Man of Steel or the Man of Tomorrow, before he was ever mistaken for a bird or a plane, Superman had one descriptive title above all others: “Champion of the Oppressed.” A hero for social justice from the very outset, Super

Silver Age Star: Why Lucy is the More Interesting Lane Sister

Lucy is the more interesting Lane sister. There, I said it. Some of you might think I’m crazy, especially when the other sister is Lois Lane, but when you take a look at Lucy’s life, I think the evidence is pretty compelling.

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