I do not own any of the rights to Superman, who is the property of DC Comics.
Now that that’s out of the way, this is not a site that is simply used by DC Comics to plug new Superman material whether it’s any good or not. This is a site about what I read, watch, buy and love about Superman. After being a fan for over thirty years, I’ve developed my own tastes when it comes to the Man of Steel: my favorite writer, artist, era, actor, and more, as I’m sure we all do. This place is a forum for me to talk about those tastes.
This is a site that is dedicated to optimism, as the Man of Steel himself should be. It is an outlet for me to talk about what I’m experiencing with Superman as I go through my life. As I read something, I’ll write a review. As I watch something, I’ll write a review. As I collect, I will display. As I run across a cool twitter post or geek site story, I will talk about it here. Given how much of my pastime is spent with Supes, it just seemed like a no-brainer.
This site is for the hardcore Superman fan. I welcome newbies but I am not going to take the time to explain what a “pulp magazine” is, what “retconning” means, or what the difference is between a “comic book” and a “graphic novel” (nothing, as it turns out, anyway). If you have things you’d like to see, or opinions you’d like to hear about, or even talk about what Superman stories inspire you, then by all means, let me know! Superman fans welcome.
Oh, and if you’re wondering what the “Capage Meter” I use on each of my reviews is, during the filming of “Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman,” after filming a flying scene, Dean Cain would ask “How was that? Was there enough capage (cape-age) in that take?” I figured if it’s an appropriate question for Superman to ask of his own show, it’s an appropriate phrase to use on a Superman site.
Keep looking up, up, and away. I’ll see you there.