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 marking its p
Here at ComicsAlliance, we value our readership and are always open to what the masses of Internet readers have to say. That's why we've given Senior Writer Chris Sims the punishment pleasure of stepping into the grand tradition of the Answer Man as he responds to your reader questions!
Q: Assuming you only have $300 (or less) to spend on getting caught up, what's vital for "Legion of Super-Heroes?" -- StoopidTallKid
A: I've said before -- this very week, in fact -- that the only way to really get the most out of the Legion of Super-He
Yesterday, Chris Sims and David Uzumeri ran through five of their favorite obscure characters from the Legion of Super-Heroes in preparation of today's release of "Legion of Super-Heroes" (volume six!) #1! Today, they're back to finish the job with five more entries from the often rebooted 31st Century!
David: Was Rainbow Girl pre-existing? I remember reading her little intro info blip thingie, and she basically sounded like the Geoff
David: The Legion of Super-Heroes! The team always seemed to me like the Grateful Dead of superhero comics, like a band with a really devoted following but such a self-referential history and unorthodox paradigm that it seems impenetrable. Which is why we're here today to
"The Legion of Super-Heroes" is coming back as a brand new comic book in May -- and so is Paul Levitz, who will be returning as the writer of the futuristic superhero comic in with art by Yildiray Cinar, and subsequently taking over the Legion-focused "Adventure Comics" in June