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‘Funky Winkerbean’ Takes On J. Michael Straczynski’s ‘Grounded’ Story Arc. You Are Not Hallucinating This Headline.


As regular ComicsAlliance readers know all too well by now, I have an all-consuming obsession with Tom Batiuk's Funky Winkerbean, a newspaper comic strip that is usually devoted to chronicling the various miseries of its characters...

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War Rocket Ajax #11: The Superman Exit Interview with Chris Roberson


This week, ComicsAlliance's official podcast is proud to welcome writer Chris Roberson back to the show for an honest, open interview about his tenure as the writer of Superman, what it was like to take over the "Grounded" story, the stories he didn't get to tell during his run, and his take on what really happened to Sharif, Superman's Muslim ally in the controversial issue that got shelved by DC Comics -- and you can listen to the whole show, right here at ComicsAlliance...

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Why Did DC Cancel Superman’s Team-Up with a Muslim Hero?


Ever since it was solicited three months ago, DC has been billing Superman #712 as a story where Superman goes to Los Angeles and meets the West Coast's newest super-hero, Sharif, a young man dealing with a public that might not want his help...

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Silver Age Remix Comics: ‘Superman: Grounded’ [Original Art]


From Blackest Night to Flashpoint, today's super-hero comics are all built around the Big Event. But what if those stories had happened forty, fifty, or even sixty years ago? That's the question that ComicsAlliance is trying to answer with the help of artist Kerry Callen (who drew the incredible "Silver Age Marvel" pieces), by reimagining how the biggest modern-day DC Comics event comics would have looked in the Silver Age...

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‘Superman’ #707: Chris Roberson Turns It All Around


Here at ComicsAlliance, we've expressed some pretty strong feelings about "Grounded," the much-ballyhooed story arc where writer J. Michael Straczynski and artist Eddy Barrows sent Superman on a walk across America...

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The 5 Worst Comics of 2010: #1 — Superman: Grounded


#1. Superman: Grounded

Initially intended to be a twelve-issue story following Superman as he walked (adamantly not flying) across America and reconnected with the country and its people, "Grounded" became more a publishing irregularity than anything...

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Superman To Walk Across America in ‘Grounded’ by J. Michael Straczynski


Superman is perhaps best known for the qualities that make him so different from the average American, like being able to fly, shoot lasers from his eyes, deflect bullets, and generally be a solar-powered, nigh-omnipotent alien...

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