In a preview from Wired magazine, it's revealed that the Man of Steel will be making a Dickensian-like appearance in Lee Bermejo's upcoming (next Wednesday) graphic novel, Batman: Noel, which is inspired by Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol.
In the new issue of SciFi Now magazine, CBM editor Ed Gross offers up an exclusive interview with actor Henry Cavill who discusses his role of Theseus in Immortals and Superman in Man of Steel.
Bleeding Cool has posted an image of the actual check that "Detective Comics" paid to Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster for the rights to Superman, as well as some additional material.
The talented editor kashchei2003 has come up with the next teaser trailer in his continuing look at the Superman/Doomsday battle. This time out, Batman and Wonder Woman get ready for a little payback!
Not only has Superman fan Mike Meyer been inundated by gifts and letters of support from people responding to the fact that his Superman memorabilia collection was stolen, but he was also the recipient of a phone call from the Man of Steel himself.
In an interview with Newsarama, writer Grant Morrison elaborated on his views regarding Superman and how this version of the Man of Steel is going to be pretty different from the ones that readers are used to.
The DC Comics relaunch continues to make the news in a major way, and in this following interview conducted by ABC, Geoff Johns and Jim discuss exactly what's going on.
Grant Morrison, while speaking to Fastcompany.com, admits that he felt the historical "weight" of rebooting the Man of Steel in Action Comics #1, which hits stores on September 7th.
Warner Brothers, DC Entertainment and Legendary Pictures have announced that Man of Steel will be holding open casting calls in Nanaimo and Ucluelet on Vancouver Island.
According to an article appearing in the Kane County Chronicle, there was quite a bit of shock when Jor-El of Krypton -- actually actor Russell Crowe -- spent some time at the Batavia Library in Kane.
One of the great things about a movie that films on location is that the residents simply never know when they and Hollywood will come together. Such was the case with Pastor Scott Hodge at the Orchard Community campus, who encountered Superman himself as Man of Steel was shooting.
In addition to Amy Adams, Man of Steel director Zack Snyder has been spotted on the Plano, Illionis location for the film. Wonder if this is a strange shoot for Snyder in that so much is being shot outdoors rather than on green screen in the studio as was the case with 300, Watchmen and Sucker Punch.
The cover of the new Action Comics #1 (coming next month from DC) is fairly well known at this point, but now artist Jim Lee has released a couple of early sketches for different designs he had come up with.
As Man of Steel shoots in Plano, Illinois, this video news report covers the reactions from local residents about such a massive production taking place in their town.
Although DC hasn't released descriptions of their contents yet, they have posted the covers for the third issues of Action Comics, Superman and Supergirl.