If anyone's had a rough go over the past few years at DC Comics, it's Superboy. He had a nervous breakdown, died, came back to life, and starred in a backup feature before finally returning to the Teen Titatns
Today on his website, artist Michael Cho posted his painted cover for the upcoming hardcover collection of early "Superboy" stories, and it is pretty great:
I've been looking forward to the collection -- the few Superboy stories I've read from the '40s somehow manage to exceed the Golden Age craziness of their grown-up counterparts -- but seeing Cho's beautiful cover makes me even more excited. It's a great piece of art, and according to Cho, "It was a fun assignment, and gave me t
Comics historian Alan Kistler sits down with Gunn to go over the Man of Steel's many costume choices over the years and the results are equally insightful and endearing.
Well, Joaquin Phoenix was Superboy, at least in one of the most marvelous dream sequences I've ever seen.
Here's the story: once upon a time, a 15-year-old Phoenix appeared in a 1989 episode of "Superboy" called "Little Hercules." But don't mistake
It's that time of year to count our blessings and think about what we're thankful for. When feasting over turkey, stuffing, pumpkin pie and all that good stuff during Thanksgiving dinner, make sure to remember this one simple truth - none of the things we're thankful for would be possible if Superboy never relocated Dracula to outer space