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ACTION COMICS is getting backups written by Sholly Fisch starting in December, featuring Steel, Ma and Pa Kent and more
FLASHPOINT artist Andy Kubert joins the Grant Morrison-written Superman title for a two-issue stint starting in January
The big weekly column looks at several #1s in DC's The New 52 launch (Batgirl! Action Comics!), plus THUNDERBOLTS and more
DC is declaring the first month of the NEW 52 a success. We talk with the publisher about the first month of sales.
Grant Morrison tells Newsarama that his revamped, fledgling Superman stands for justice, but not necessarily the law
We have read several of DC Comics' New 52 books, and have our initial thoughts on them all right here!
Alex Zalben gives a quick spoiler-free review of Justice League #1 and also got a sneak peak at Animal Man, Swamp Thing, Action Comics & more a...
Here's a first look at 5 covers from the November 2011 DCnU SUPERMAN family & YOUNG JUSTICE titles.
Check out some new logos for BATMAN, WONDER WOMAN and more with a preview of DC house ads for the NEW 52.
Writer Grant Morrison talks about what inspires his writings, DC character archetypes and the lore of DC Comics.
Writer Grant Morrison talks about his new book Supergods, the impact of the movies on comics, Superman in Action Comics re-launch and Dr. Who.
In their 1st interview,DC co-publishers Dan DiDio & Jim Lee explain the changes to SUPERMAN in the September DCnU reboot.
"Join us on this ridiculous voyage of the unknown" says Grant Morrison in this invitation to fans to re-imagine Superman & Action Comics in lat...
As expected, DC completed the final piece of the puzzle, revealing the DCnU SUPERMAN family of titles beginning in September 2011.
Paul Cornell has brought Superman back to Action Comics just in time for the Reign of the Doomsdays. Find out more inside!
The weekly big column looks at AMAZING SPIDER-MAN's adventure with the FF, the much-discussed ACTION COMICS #900 and more
In a story from this week's ACTION COMICS #900, circumstances prompt Superman to renounce his American citizenship
Graeme McMillan looks at the comic book sales chart and asks why DC does so well at the top but not so much after.