After last week's mind-boggling "drunk Superman bachelor party" episode, Smallville came down to Earth with "Scion," the latest installment in the saga of Lex Luthor's hyper-aging clone (or as I call him, "Clex"). The thing is, Clex might not be willing to assume Lex's Machiavellian mantle. Genetics have a different fate in…
In this cover by Jack Kirby, Darkseid's supposed to be lighting a stick of dynamite that will blow up in his foe's face. Thanks to a coloration error, the dynamite becomes something more illicit, but there's still blowing going on.
We only just learned Zack Snyder is directing the Superman reboot, and already the word is that General Zod is coming back as the villain. Seriously, we have to ask: where the hell are some new Superman villains?
At the last Smallville Comic-Con panel, the cast confirmed who would be Clark's antagonist this year, what new DC characters would cameo, and whether Clark would finally fly up, up, and away. Afterward, we interviewed the show's actors and writers.
New Era, the official hatter of Major League Baseball, produces a line of superhero-themed baseball caps. You can find hats featuring heroes like Batman, but wouldn't you rather have an awesomely ridiculous chapeau like "The Batzarro" or "The Rastafarian Darkseid?"
We watch their so-called "fiendish" schemes being defeated on a regular basis, but have you ever stopped to wonder whether life would be better if the bad guy won? Here're some villains we're rooting for... and why we're doing so.
It's a bold book about the end of the world, full of big ideas, epic events and beautiful art, and starring some of pop culture's biggest icons. So why does the hardcover collection of DC's Final Crisis disappoint?