Tom Taylor Takes Jon Kent Into the World of Injustice

Tom Taylor has been keeping a secret from you.

Action Comics by the 50s

Since 1938, Action Comics has stood as one of DC’s central pillars, giving us the greatest hero in comic boo

I Was Super There For Superman Blue

Look up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s…not Tim Beedle. That’s right, your pal Joshua Lapin-Bertone is taking over this edition of Super Here For…, but don’t worry Tim will be back next month.

Comic Trailer - The Death of Superman 30th Anniversary Special

The creative teams behind the original “Death of Superman” discuss reuniting for four all-new stories in the 80-page The Death of Superman 30th Anniversary Special #1, available at local comic shops on November 8th.

Dan Jurgens discusses returning to the world of the landmark superhero event: https://www.dc.com/blog/2022/07/27/dan-jurgens-returns-to-death-of-superman

Superman: Space Age and the Primal Power of Hope

If nothing else, Superman: Space Age, the new prestige-format miniseries by writer Mark Russell, artist Michael Allred and colorist

Mark Russell Takes Superman into the Space Age

The 1960s were a turbulent time for our world. While we thrilled to the music of the Beatles, TV shows like Star Trek and spy thrillers like the James Bond movies, outside the realm of entertainment, things were chaotic.

Dan Jurgens Returns to Death of Superman

Thirty years ago, the Man of Steel tragically fell after battling a powerful new villain named Doomsday.

First Look: Dreamer Joins the DC Universe
The CW’s beloved trans superhero makes her DC Universe debut in this sneak peek at Superman: Son of Kal-El #13.
Parenting Advice from Ma Kent...and Mongul?

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?

When Superpowers Aren't Enough: Jon Kent's Battle for the Truth

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.

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