Superman Artist Spotlight: Paul Cassidy

"We had a reception room and a main office; Joe worked in there, and Wayne Boring and myself." - Paul Cassidy, Interview with James Vance, 1998   Shortly after he premiered in 1938, Superman had become a sensation. In order to keep up with the increasingly heavy workload and deadlines, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster …

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Superman: The Golden Age Omnibus Vol. 2- A Review

DC continues their well-received run of Omnibuses using periods in comic book history as themes, and Superman is once again the beneficiary of a great oversized hardcover book collecting his earliest adventures! Superman: The Golden Age Omnibus Vol. 2 is of a similar quality to its predecessor- nice paper, vibrant colors, sewn binding for flexibility …

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Superman’s 80th Anniversary Celebrated at New York Comicon

   I recently came across a transcript of an interesting panel from last weekend’s New York Comicon, which featured Frank Miller and Brian Michael Bendis being interviewed by Dan DiDio. Even though the panel was billed as “Superman’s 80th Anniversary,” the history and birth of the character weren’t talked about all that much, as it …

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