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Warner Bros. Granted Ownership Of 50 Percent Of Superman By Court
Warner Bros. Granted Ownership Of 50 Percent Of Superman By Court
In a surprise ruling yesterday, a California Federal Court judge granted Warner Bros.' request for summary judgment in the never-ending legal battle for control of the Man of Steel, ruling that a 1992 agreement between DC Comics and Joe Shuster's sister, Jean Peavy, meant that the publisher was potentially granted permanent ownership of Shuster's share of the character's copyright, pending appeal.
Behold the Check DC Comics Wrote in 1938 for the Exclusive Rights to Superman
Behold the Check DC Comics Wrote in 1938 for the Exclusive Rights to Superman
An astonishing artifact from the beginnings of American comics history was unearthed this week, the check written by DC Comics to Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster for the exclusive rights to their then-new character, Superman. The young comic book creators sold Superman to the publisher for a mere $130 (split between the two of them)...
Link Ink: The Penguin Confirmed for ‘Arkham City,’ Matthew Vaughn Makes Moolah and ‘The Broship of the Ring’
Link Ink: The Penguin Confirmed for ‘Arkham City,’ Matthew Vaughn Makes Moolah and ‘The Broship of the Ring’
Gaming: The Penguin graces the upcoming cover of the UK's PSM3 magazine, confirming his villainous role in Batman: Arkham City. Movies: Matthew Vaughn might make a Kick-Ass 2. After all, the first one made a ton of money, ya know? Bad Driving: The Plain Dealer reports that a driver (believed to be a repentant neighbor) drove through a commemorative comic art plate-covered fence at Superman co-cr
The 25 Most Awesome ‘Action Comics’ Covers of All Time
The 25 Most Awesome ‘Action Comics’ Covers of All Time
This week, DC is releasing Action Comics #900, a milestone issue for the comic that not only introduced the world to the Man of Steel, but kicked off the age of the super-hero way back in 1938. That's why today, we're celebrating along with Superman with a look back at a legacy that runs through the entire history of modern comics by going through every single issue and coming back with a look at

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