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First Look: “Superman Reborn” Kicks Off In Superman #18

10 February 2017 11:21 AM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

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Is it just me or have the Superman line of books been on fire since Rebirth launched last summer? Seriously, every issue put forth instantly goes near the top of my reading pile each week and I just can’t get enough.

Knowing that the “Superman Reborn” crossover – a four-issue arc set to span the pages of both Superman and Action Comics all throughout March – is set to kick off in a matter of weeks, I highly doubt my enthusiasm will subside anytime soon. I mean, it’s much more than the fact that Big Blue is getting a new costume when this is all over – this event will likely be a game changer for the Man of Steel and his supporting cast.

If anything, three things can be taken away from the preview gallery DC has »

- Eric Joseph

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DC Releases Rebirth Trailers Highlighting Batman, Superman And More

11 January 2017 11:32 AM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Despite The New 52’s success, DC’s reboot of its line of books divided the fanbase, causing many to believe that the publisher’s rich history had been jettisoned in order to make way for a darker, more Christopher Nolan-esque universe. Then, to the delight of many, Geoff Johns spearheaded the Rebirth initiative that kicked off last June and brought back the sense of optimism some felt had been lost in addition to embracing more classical elements.

Now that we’re deep into the relaunch, the time has come to start rolling out the first wave of collected editions. In order to help get the word out, they’ve cut a handful of trailers that feature artwork from various series and pull quotes related to each. Leading the pack, obviously, is Batman.

It comes as no surprise to us that DC’s favorite golden goose garner much attention, given the sales figures of Batman, »

- Eric Joseph

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A Red Son Rises In Superman #14

3 January 2017 9:16 AM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

If I can say anything about the Superman family of titles, it’s that they have consistently been some of the best comic books DC has put out since the Rebirth era kicked off last June. And even though both Superman and Action Comics essentially share the same cast of characters, the difference in tone has made for two markedly different – yet equally spectacular – ongoings.

Interestingly enough, the latest issue to come from Peter J. Tomasi and Pat Gleason is seemingly less domestic than those that preceded it and gets a bit, shall we say, extradimensional when none other than Red Son Superman puts in an appearance.

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Not only that, but the cover and synopsis hint at even more Supermen from across the multiverse showing up, making this somewhat reminiscent of Final Crisis. Our better judgment says to pay close »

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