Review: Batman/Superman #1 Kicks Off The Hunt For The Infected

Most comic book fans would place both Batman and Superman at the top of their list of favorite characters. It's always great having a comic series featuring the two heroes working together. The two have major differences in their origin and how they operate as "heroes," yet it's always evident there is a deep level …

SDCC 2019: Art Baltazar And Franco Talk Superman Of Smallville Graphic Novel

Talking to Art Baltazar and Franco is always a blast. Not only do they create amazing comics such as Tiny Titans and Superman Family Adventures, they always crack me up. When doing an interview with them, you never know where it's going to go. This time, they managed to stick to business...for most of the …

Review: Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen #1 Is Exactly The Comic Book We Need

Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen comics from the Silver Age are always a delight to read. Whenever I attend a comic convention, I try to pick up a couple issues of the wacky comic. The premise of each issue pretty much always centers around Jimmy Olsen getting into some sort of outlandish situation. Sometimes the situations …

Review: Superman Year One #1 By Frank Miller And John Romita Jr

How many times can we see Superman's origin? The answer--Not enough. When DC Comics first announced Superman: Year One, there was some skepticism on my part. This is a story that most people already know and one that's been told many times over the years. What made this project intriguing was the fact it would …