Articles tagged with: Superman
We celebrated Hot Dog Day and we’re tail-deep into the Dog Days of Summer, so it’s time we got ‘Sirius’ and showcased a cover that celebrates man’s best friend.
Classic pulp characters, Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle and Sheena, Queen of the Jungle, will meet for the very first time in an upcoming crossover comic-book event.
This was one of the first WWII comics to show solidarity with our troops and the message was clear: If Superman is onboard with our military, shouldn’t you be?
Ben Affleck, from the upcoming Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, made an appearance before Congress last week, but has comics’ Batman ever gone to Washington?
The Internet was ignited when Zack Snyder tweeted a picture of Momoa as Aquaman.
Does he look badass? Absolutely! Does he look like Aquaman? Absolutely, not!
It’s announced that Glee actress Melissa Benoist will be Supergirl in the CBS TV series. I don’t know about Glee or Ms. Benoist, but I do love classic Supergirl.
World’s Finest #9 (1943) has Superman, Batman and Robin peppering the World War II Axis leaders (Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini and Hideki Tojo) with baseballs.
The National Atomic Testing Museum in Las Vegas has a display of pop culture artifacts that were influenced by the atomic bomb, including a copy of Superboy #115.
The new WW, Gal Gadot, took the “Ice Bucket challenge” earlier this week and it made us wonder if Wonder Woman herself had ever endured such a chilly adventure.
An event took place this past week that somehow moved all of the world’s problems to the back burner and brought this particular comic book cover into focus.
In Adventure Comics #296, Superboy travels through space and time to a parallel universe where the history of America’s Revolution has gone awry.
The title for Zack Snyder’s sequel to Man of Steel has been revealed.
Every Sunday morning we showcase a classic comic cover, complete with compelling commentary, for your cordial contemplation. It’s the Classic Comic Cover Corner!
Detective Comics #105 – November, 1945
Cover Art by Jack Burnley
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Remember when you were a kid and you were experimenting with your X-ray vision, and somehow the science went awry and your Mom ended up with the power instead.