If nothing else, Superman: Space Age, the new prestige-format miniseries by writer Mark Russell, artist Michael Allred and colorist
We have friends for a reason.
Father’s Day was this past weekend, and my son decided the best gift he could give me was a completely free afternoon, so I spent it getting caught up on Action Comics. And you know what?
I think just about every Superman fan has, at one time, truly wished that Superman were real. That there was someone out there, to paraphrase a catchy theme song, to save them.
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.
Have we ever needed a new Superman TV show more than we do right now?
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
The politics of superheroes have always fascinated me. Take the Justice League, for example. It sounds great in theory—I mean, who wouldn’t want a team of super-powered heroes looking out for the human race?
Sadly, the Man of Steel has been largely missing from DC’s ongoing comics this past month, something that’s particularly hard considering how many of us could use a little hope right now.
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.