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Orson Scott Card’s ‘Adventures Of Superman’ Story Is Still Coming, DiDio Says

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There's still no date set for publication, nor is there an artist attached, but DC Comics Co-Publisher Dan DiDio said in a Wednesday interview that the Adventures of Superman story by writer Orson Scott Card, whose staunch position against gay marriage led to retailer boycotts when the issue was first solicited, is still going to happen.

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The Big Issue: Comic Book Retailers On Orson Scott Card And Superman, Part 5 [Interview]

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When DC Comics issued its statement of no action in response to the outcry over its hiring of anti-gay-marriage crusader Orson Scott Card to write a story in its new Superman anthology, Adventures of Superman, the publisher essentially delegated the moral decision, not only to fans, but to retailers. Some of those retailers will sell the book normally. A few will sell the book, but donate their profits. Others, an ever-growing group, are choosin

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Chris Sprouse Bows Out of ‘Adventures Of Superman’ Story By Orson Scott Card

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Artist Chris Sprouse has decided he won't be drawing the story penned by sci-fi author Orson Scott Card in DC Comics' Adventures of Superman, the publisher told USA Today.

Continuing media attention focusing on the comic and Card's vocal activism against same-se

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The Big Issue: Comic Book Retailers on Orson Scott Card and Superman, Part 4 [Interview]

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When DC Comics issued its statement of no action in response to the outcry over its hiring of anti-gay-marriage crusader Orson Scott Card to write a story in its new Superman anthology, Adventures of Superman, the publisher essentially delegated the moral decision, not only to fans, but to retailers. Some of those retailers will sell the book normally. A few will sell the book, but donate their profits. Others, an ever-growing group, are choosin

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The Big Issue: Comic Book Retailers on Orson Scott Card and Superman, Part 3 [Interview]

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When DC Comics issued its statement of no action in response to the outcry over its hiring of anti-gay-marriage crusader Orson Scott Card to write a story in its new Superman anthology, Adventures of Superman, the publisher essentially delegated the moral decision, not only to fans, but to retailers. Some of those retailers will sell the book normally. A few will sell the book, but donate their profits. Others, an ever-growing group, are choosin

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The Big Issue: Comic Book Retailers on Orson Scott Card and Superman, Part 2 [Interview]

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When DC Comics issued its statement of no action in response to the outcry over its hiring of anti-gay-marriage crusader Orson Scott Card to write a story in its new Superman anthology, Adventures of Superman, the publisher essentially delegated the moral decision, not only to fans, but to retailers. Some of those retailers will sell the book normally. A few will sell the book, but donate their profits. Others, an ever-growing group, are choosing to kee

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The Big Issue: Comic Book Retailers On Orson Scott Card And Superman, Part 1 [Interview]

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When DC Comics issued its statement of no action in response to the outcry over its hiring of anti-gay-marriage crusader Orson Scott Card to write a story in its new Superman anthology, Adventures of Superman, the publisher essentially delegated the moral decision, not only to fans, but to retailers. Some of those retailers will sell the book normally. A few will sell the book, but donate their profits. Others, an ever-growing group, are choosin

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DC Comics Responds To Orson Scott Card Backlash

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Last week DC Comics announced Adventures of Superman, a new digital-first series set to tell out-of-continuity stories about the Man of Steel, with a rotating creative team that features some of the more talented and popular names in comics. Normally this sort of news would be met with near universal acclaim, but the inclusion of science fiction author Orson Scott Card has proven to be a point of contenti

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New Digital-First Superman Series to Feature Timm, Hitch, Samnee, Sprouse and More with Out-of-Continuity Adventures

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Great news from DC Comics: the publisher has announced Adventures of Superman, a new digital-first series that's the sort of thing we've been eager to see for years. Launching in April, the title will give a

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Why I Love Dragon Age, By Colleen Coover

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"Dragon Age" #1 comes out today from IDW, a comics adaptation of the swords and sorcery role-playing video game that made news a while back for including same-sex liaisons among its possible romantic entanglements. And while we were initially intrigued at the idea of bringing the rich storytelling of the game into the world of comics, we

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