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Ask Chris #331: The Imaginary Story Cake Brunch That Sadly Never Happened

Ask Chris #331, background art by Brian Bolland
Ask Chris #331, background art by Brian Bolland

Q: Can you please explain this picture? — @settlechaos

A: I actually can! But I'll warn you right now, friend, the actual answer does not involve a bunch of superheroes hanging out on a patio eating chocolate cake while ignoring Jimmy Olsen's cries for mercy in the background.

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ComicsAlliance’s Best Of 2016: The Best Character Redesign of 2016

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Check out the best redesigns of 2016, including our critics’ picks, listed in alphabetical order, and your picks of the runner up and winner in this category! This is the very best of 2016!

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ICYMI: A Super Woman Was Revealed To Be Queer In ‘Superwoman’ #3

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There's been a lot of talk in recent weeks about queer characters in superhero comics and how to appropriately convey the information that the character is queer while not having them scream it at the top of their lungs. While most attention has naturally gone to Wonder Woman, even though she has yet to be confirmed queer on the page, this week's Superwoman #3 by Phil Jimenez, Emanuela Lupacchino, Ray McCarthy and Hi-Fi tackled the revelation of a supporting character's sexuality in an effortless way.

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Up, Up, And Away: Phil Jimenez’s ‘Superwoman’ #1 Shocks Fans With Controversial Ending

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When DC Comics announced its slate of DC Rebirth titles, Superwoman was one of the books that really stood out as coming from left-field. For a time, we weren't sure who Superwoman would be, and when it was confirmed to be Lois Lane donning the costume, there were still more questions surrounding how she got her powers, and even which incarnation of Lois Lane it would be. (There have been two versions in the DC Universe since the reality-mashing events of Convergence.)

This week finally saw the release of Superwoman #1 by Phil Jimenez, Matt Santorelli and Jeromy Cox, which firmly establishes the new status quo for Lois Lane and Superwoman, while raising a lot more questions about the future of the comic and its lead than anyone was expecting. This article contains spoilers for the ending of Superwoman #1.

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Ask Chris #150: #150!

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Over a lifetime of reading comics, Senior Writer Chris Sims has developed an inexhaustible arsenal of facts and opinions. That's why, each and every week, we turn to you to put his comics culture knowledge to the test as he responds to your reader questions!

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The Many Loves Of Superman: A Brief History Of The Man Of Steel’s Love Life

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Last week DC Comics announced that Superman and Wonder Woman would lock lips in the upcoming Justice League #12, and unlike their previous lip-locks (like the one above, from John Byrne and George Perez's Action Comics #600 in 1988), this one would lead to an actual relationship, making them the DC Universe's premiere super-power couple...

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Superman’s Ex-Girlfriend Lana Lang Tries to Get Clark Kent Out of the Closet [Comic]

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Superheroes have to make some pretty sudden exits to deal with life or death situations, and usually end up making a lot of bogus excuses in their secret identities in order to race away. While we, the readers, know that they're standing up their dates in order to save the world, to the people around them they more likely seem rude, unreliable and disinterested...

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Smallville: Super Hot Family

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Hellooooooooooooo Supergirl! Apparently, the El family genes are amazing, seeing as both Clark and Kara are TOTALLY HOT! Any arguments there?? Didn't think so ...

This week's episode was all about Kara (played by Laura Vandervoort), introducing her formally into the 'Smallville' world

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