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GOC's Superman Week: World’s Finest, A Friendship As Old As Time

It has always struck me that people seem to think of Bruce Wayne and Clark Kent as enemies or, at most, just partners when faced with the fight for justice crime when, in reality, they are best friends who know each other better than anyone else closest to them and understand each other in both their best and worst times. 2,010 more words


A Different Type of Superman

I saw this Superman onesie and instantly fell in love with it!  First, I am a fan of DC and Marvel characters (Contrary to the beliefs of zealots, it is possible to develop an affinity for both).  982 more words



Does Kal-el have an after-shave smell?
A thousand issues and I still don’t know
More important as a symbol than his
toilette d’eau perhaps… 84 more words

Superman and Achilles

One of the many pieces of symbolism that’s everywhere in Batman v Superman is the horse. It serves as a clear symbol of death. This includes the metaphorical horse – Wallace Keefe, used as a Trojan horse to smuggle a bomb into the Capitol. 563 more words


Friday Night Fights: Superman's Most Famous Fight

It makes sense that since we’re talking Superman’s 80th anniversary and Action Comics #1, which I just reviewed yesterday, that tonight’s fight should come from that comic. 344 more words

DC Spotlight

Superman IV: The Quest for Peace

Superman IV: The Quest for Peace. 1987. Directed by Sidney J. Furie. Starring Christopher Reeve, Gene Hackman, Jackie Cooper, Marc McClure, Jon Cryer, Sam Wanamaker, Mark Pillow, Mariel Hemingway, William Hootkins, Jim Broadbent and Margot Kidder. 840 more words

#So Bad It's Good

Superman: American Alien by Max Landis - A Book Review

You all know I struggle with Superman.  Many writers get the “super” right, but fail to truly capture the “man.”

Max Landis absolutely put the “man” before the “super” in this collection, and Superman is all the more “super” as a result. 373 more words