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Superman #41 The Last Days

Written by, James Robinson Art by, Ed Benes Colors by, Dinei Riberio Letters by, Rob Leigh Overall Score 7 Reviewed by, Tom Zimm Recap In the previous issue, Superman...

Action Comics #997 Review

Action Comics #997 Written by, Dan Jurgens Pencils by, Brett Booth Inks by, Norm Rapmund Colors by, Andrew Dalhouse Letters by, Rob Leigh Recap The current story-arc began when Superman’s...

Superman #40 Review

Ultimately, I would not recommend picking up this book. The exposition is clunky and paint-by-numbers. There is very little about the story that engages the reader. The characters do not advance, and, even the new characters are given motivations that are boring and played out. This issues feels like a filler.  

METROPOLIS Series Announced for DC’s Upcoming Streaming Service

DC Entertainment has officially revealed plans for a live-action show about Superman's city of residence, Metropolis. The kicker is that the show won't involve Superman and will instead follow events in the city prior to the Man of Steel's arrival.

Blast From the Past Reviews: Action Comics #9

Action Comics #9 Cover Artist: Fred Guardineer Writer: Jerry Siegel Artwork: Jo Shuster  This issue is a direct follow on from issue 8, as the police hire a...

DC Comics Releasing ‘Action Comics #1000: 80 Years of Superman’ Companion Book

This year marks a major milestone in the world of comics—Action Comics will hit 1000 issues. Action Comics #1000 also marks 80 years of Superman;...

Action Comics #996 Review

The pairing of Booster Gold and Superman really works. Their competing goals highlights the differences in the two. Booster protects time; Superman is ready to fight injustice at every turn.

Superman #39 Review

This all-ages book is beautifully drawn and the colors brighten this already inspiring story.

Super Sons #12 Review

The art is gorgeous throughout. Specifically, the way they capture Damian and Jonathan is attuned to the emotions they are feeling in the moment.

Trinity #17 Review

This is a pretty good start to a story that offers a bit of mystery, some pretty good action and great art that marrries all together in one nice package.