Sure, it can be cool hanging out with the guy who's always saving the world...sometimes. But in this DC Nation: Tales of Metropolis short, Jimmy Olsen finds that being Superman's (only) pal can actually be pretty exhausting. »
During the Silver Age of Comics, Kryptonite had many bizarre mutational properties. In 1963's Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen #68, Jimmy — driven insane with rage by The Hate Helmet — exposes Superman to Red Kryptonite, morphing the hero into Old Scratch. »Superman must hurry away from his perverse diorama to break an…
What's new in comic shops this week? Ed Brubaker wraps up his latest Incognito miniseries, Bill Willingham pulls the plug on Jack of Fables, and enough one-shot comics are out to wallpaper your bedroom. »
Alas, poor Smallville supporting character. We knew you well, but that wasn't enough to save you from Doomsday (in a very literal sense). But that's not all that happened in last night's finale. Spoilers! »
Here's what you can expect in the next couple of years of Superman comics - A secret invasion of sorts, non-slutty teenage heroes and a return to classic characterization. In a relatively quiet Thursday morning panel, the creators of Action Comics, Superman and Supergirl let everyone know what they're planning to do… »
Must-read graphic novels are futuristic classics that shouldn't be missed. Of course, not every must-see is perfect. That's why we've rated them 1-5 on the patented "crunchy goodness" scale.
Title: All-Star Superman
Vitals: Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely create their own zany tribute to the… »