The actor originally played Clark Kent on 'Smallville' and reprised his role for a short cameo in 'Crisis on Infinite Earths'.
Superman Smashes The Klan completed its three-issue-story on Wednesday, reconnecting Superman to his immigrant roots.
The finale of 'Superman: The Animated Series' aired in February 2000.
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo's upcoming 'Dark Nights: Metal' sequel will be one of DC's biggest stories of 2020.
Comic book movies have not had much of a presence at award shows. Over time, only a handful of films have gotten a nomination, but "Joker" has gotten a record number of nominations.
To date, Snyder Cut supporters have raised over $150,000 for suicide prevention through various events, campaigns and initiatives.
"Crisis on Infinite Earths" may be over, but its events will have major impacts on "Arrow," "The Flash," "Batwoman," "Supergirl," "Black Lightning" and "Legends of Tomorrow" on The CW.
"Superman and Lois" has been given a series order by The CW, with a release date expected soon, and "Crisis on Infinite Earths" sets up the upcoming "Supergirl" spin-off.
"Crisis on Infinite Earths" on The CW is based on a comic book series full of clues as to what will happen in the Arrowverse crossover.
The "Crisis on Infinite Earths" can only be ended by the 7 Paragons, with the identity of the final three the source of a huge amount of fan speculation.
"Crisis on Infinite Earths" will see LaMonica Garrett in the dual role of The Monitor and the evil Anti-Monitor, who will have a huge part to play in the Arrowverse crossover.
"Harley Quinn" on DC Universe has a familiar voice cast bringing some of Batman's most famous allies and enemies to life.
"Dear Justice League" is written by Michael Northrop, with art by Gustavo Duarte.
From 'A Streetcar Named Desire' to 'Apocalypse Now.'
"Today was exciting."
"We're all puppets," Gary Frank wrote on Twitter.
Superman—the first, most famous American superhero—turns 80 this year.
A new book, "Slugfest," details the epically petty battles between the creators of Batman and Captain America.
Has D.C. learned from its mistakes with "Suicide Squad" and "Batman v Superman"?
The astrophysicist most recently chimed in about "Titanic." Is he veering away from his strictly science-based reviews?
David Edelstein's Vulture review (and his defense of it) highlights the pushback against how some male film critics talk about female characters.
Own a piece of comic book movie history, if you can afford it.
Americans want extreme body enhancement technology to stay in the realm of fiction—and not enter real-world science.