The Man and Superman Phenomenon

   When I first heard the announcement on Marv Wolfman’s Twitter account that DC was releasing a previously unpublished story about Superman’s early days, I was intrigued. When Wolfman began praising the story all over social media, calling it “one of the top five stories I’ve ever written, and the best Superman story I’ve ever …

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Superman IV: The Quest for Peace Retrospective

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2KLf6pNcizk After watching Superman III for the first time in years, I was on a roll and rewatched  the often lambasted Superman IV! If III has a bad rap, you’d better believe IV’s is even worse, and rightfully so. Considering the movie was done on a mere $17 million budget, it definitely shows. One YouTube …

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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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