DC Comics was out in full force at the New York Comic Con, and we’ve taken all their panels, and announcements, and give you just the bits you need, on one handy article you can take with you wherever you go.
The Warner Archive Collection continues its rollout of fanboy-centric DC Comics properties with the December 11 DVD release of the original 1974 television pilot, WONDER WOMAN, starring Cathy Lee Crosby; and the much-requested sophomore season of the Alexander & Ilya Salkind produced SUPERBOY: THE COMPLETE SECOND SEASON.
Or – “I Still Remember The FIRST Superboy #0.”
The New 52 has made a lot of changes to a lot of characters, but none is as welcome as finally seeing Superboy in a costume that wasn’t horribly dated within seven minutes of its creation. Will the REST of this special origin issue make readers as happy? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Superboy has, with the help of and also helping the Titans to, escaped the clutches of N.O.W.H.E.R.E. and Harvest. Now on his own, sorta, can he continue on? Take the jump for a Major Spoilers look at him trying.
The Culling has begun, Harvest has collected his teen heroes and pit them against each other, now how is Superboy going to handle it, find out after the jump. . .
Or – “Boy Meets Girl…”
From the young Clark Kent, to the clone Connor Kent, to the other universe Superboy-Prime we’ve had a large number of characters with the title. Which bits and pieces are we being granted with here? Find some insight after the jump.
Spinning out of the events of Infinite Crisis… Wait a minute. Wasn’t that from like, five years ago? Yes, faithful Spoilerites, DC Comics is finally telling the tale of what Krypto the super-dog was up to during Infinite Crisis. Take the jump and see if a story that languished in limbo for half a decade earns a spot in your read pile…
DC Comics has released a sneak peek of Superboy #6, that arrives in stores this week.
DC Comics released a sneak peek of Superboy #5 that features a race between Superboy and Kid Flash. Hmmm… something seems very familiar about this…
Connor Kent is making another go at maintaining an ongoing series with this first issue of Volume IV’s Superboy. The young man is going back to his roots, although if you take that literally, it would mean his return to a Petri dish in a very ornate lab. After all, Connor Kent is the product of the combined D.N.A. of Clark Kent and Lex Luthor. No, in this case, Superboy is back where all of Superboy’s stories tend to originate: Smallville.
I first saw Rafael Albuquerque’s work in the pages of the now canceled Blue Beetle series, and knew then that he can create some great images. DC Comics has released the cover to Superboy #1 that arrives in November, that features the artist’s take on the title character.