Superman and His Incredible Fortress of Solitude

  Source: Superman and His Incredible Fortress of Solitude – DC Special Series large format comic #26 (1981)    This issue of DC Special Series is a treat. Head over to “A Superman Collector in Hawaii” to read his entry on the issue.    When I was a kid, I couldn’t get enough of Superhero Secret […]

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Things You Didn’t Know About the Superman Cartoon of the 1940’s

   Some of the best animation of its time, these Superman “shorts” are probably more responsible for entrenching the Man of Steel into our collective consciousness than the comic books and radio show combined. I find that a few get a bit long in the tooth due to the constant push for the buying of […]

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John Byrne on Reinventing Superman

     I love this man’s art. Ever since I discovered the X-Men, thanks to Tony, I have been enamored by John’s style. He has so much flavor in his designs. His style is the first name that I came to recognise behind the curtain, as it were. Well him and Stan Lee. When John […]

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Happy Anniversary Action Comics!

   Today, Action Comics number one debuted 80 years ago! Action Comics One Thousand hits local comic shops, and millions of nerds will celebrate this milestone. Action Comics, of course, is a Superman vehicle. Superman is the reason that we are all here now. The character was the beginning of the superhero genre in the […]

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