“For the Man Who Has Everything” is a Superman story by Alan Moore that is considered a classic, but is it worthy of its praise?
Let's take a closer look at the debut of comics' first superhero. Consider the first appearance, and initial origin story, of Superman.
About problematic fave SUPERMAN'S GIRL FRIEND, LOIS LANE, a legend in the annals of comic books and one of the longest running female-led comics.
I found the Superman we need in Gene Luen Yang and Gurihiru's forthcoming SUPERMAN SMASHES THE KLAN. And I think you will too.
Warner Brother's says they don't know what to do with Superman. I have thoughts, all of which revolve around a single idea: Let him be Superman.
Consider Clark Kent and his myriad fascinating and baffling abilities. From flight to super disco, let's take a look at Superman's powers.
Janelle Monae should be Superman, do not @ me.
Photographer Josh Rossi photographs kids with severe illnesses dressed as superheroes.
As a musician and public persona, Chance the Rapper has everything it takes to make a great Superman. Lin-Manuel Miranda should write that Superman musical.