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Secrets and Lies: Superman Enters the Age of Transparency

Superman 41
by Gene Luen Yang, John Romita Jr, and Klaus Janson

Okay, so I’ll admit it: curiosity got the better of me last week, and I shelled out four bucks for the new issue of Superman. 929 more words


Comic Reviews: X-Men '92 and Superman!


X-Men ’92 #1

The 90’s X-Men cartoon served as an entry point for numerous comic fans. It had a team ripped straight from the comics, current storylines adapted for TV, and of course, hundreds and hundreds of characters that became toys. 910 more words

Comic Book Reviews

Gene Luen Yang--Prime Baby (2010)

SOUNDTRACK: YOUNG FATHERS-Tiny Desk Concert #442 (May 19, 2015).

Young Fathers may have the shortest Tiny Desk Concert ever.  It’s only 4 minutes long.  I know that these are edited down from the full show, but wow. 555 more words

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Fastball Feedback: Comic Book Reviews For June 24

This article was originally published at ComicBook.Com on June 24, 2015.

For more than 75 years, alter egos and secret identities have been a central trope in superhero comics. 1,209 more words


Review Brew: Superman 41

Writer: Gene Luen Yang

Artist: John Romita Jr.

Inker: Klaus Janson

Colorist: Dean White

When we get new starts from DC, I always look out for new approached on major characters. 552 more words

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Superman: The Man of Tomorrow

by Gene Yang | Originally posted on GeneYang.com

There’s a reason why folks call Superman the Man of Tomorrow.

When he was created in the late 1930s, he really did embody that era’s ideas about the future. 457 more words