Clone wars! Superboy and Robin find themselves in a jam in this week’s Super Sons #4. For some time now, the bratty Kid Amazo has been using his superpowers to terrorize his family members. Now though, as he encounters more superheroes and grows in strength, he’s got bigger goals in mind. Can Jon and Damian put […]
Today’s oral argument in the Siegel case is up on YouTube – and no, this isn’t a rickroll.
The Superman 75th Anniversary panel had two notable quotes from it, which I thought I should draw notice towards. The first is from Scott Lobdell, apparently announcing a big change for Superboy. The second is from Dan DiDio, and suggests… a Lois Lane series might be starting in 2014.
DC’s December solicitations have revealed a number of new creators coming onto new titles and moving around, including the news that writer Jeff Parker will be riding in on a rogue wave and taking over Aquaman from Geoff Johns; whilst Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato have wrapped their run on The Flash and will be […]
The Superman and Superboy lawsuits are officially over, pending appeal.
By Jeff Trexler
— Whatever the merits of the latest summary judgment motion in the dispute over the Superman copyright, its supporting exhibits bring together a number of important documents in two accessible filings.
Via DC’s the Source, a preview of the new SUPERBOY #1, which goes on sale next Wednesday. The story is by Jeff Lemire and art by Pier Gallo, with cover by Rafael Albuquerque. Avoiding any issues with the still pending Superboy lawsuit, this is NOT young Clark Kent but a new clone named Connor Kent.