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Artist Phil Postma, who recently brought his toon style to a September variant cover on IDW's Judge Dredd series, has posted a series of images to his blog of some sadly fictional cerealsSuperman fans may soon be clamoring to make real. Cereal manufacturers Kellogg's, General Mills and Post will want to pay heed, too, as the artist's design work stands head and shoulders above most super market aisle fair. Most CA readers probably couldn't walk past boxes bearing these designs without filling a shopping cart... or three.
Sometimes, people have to learn their lessons the hard way. Don't touch a hot stove. Mess with the cat and you'll get the claws. Green guys with glowing armor and tubes coming out of their heads can dish out some nasty beatings
Where next for Warner Bros' animated adaptations of DC Comics' storylines after this month's Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Part 2? Up, up and away, apparently, as White Collar's Matt Bomer voices the Man of Steel for this Spring's Superman: Unbound.Based on Geoff Johns' "Brainiac" storyline from the writer's Action Comics run with artist Gar
DC Universe Online creative director Jens Andersen informed players of the pending fall of the MMO's artificial intelligence antagonist Brainiac last week, marking a kind of end to the game's opening story arc and the transition to the title's next chapter. It's set to go down in soon via the "Battle for Earth" DLC pack, which will pit players against Brainiac's Avatar of Magic on t
As a guy who loves comics and LEGO, I've been pretty excited about the upcoming Marvel and DC LEGO sets ever since they were announced. I have to say, though, the official versions are going to have to be absolutely amazing to even come close to the great creations that are already being made by fans.
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Love it or hate it, the "Smallville" TV show has been one of the most popular mass media adaptations of a comic, reaching millions of viewers each week with stories of what Clark Kent's life was like before he became Superman. Now, we're mark