In this one-on-one audio interview conducted shortly before Man of Steel opened, director Zack Snyder reflects on what it was about Henry Cavill that convinced him that he was the right man to play the last son of Krypton.
It's the final third - particularly the ending - of Man of Steel that has caused the most controversy, and in this exclusive excerpt from an interview with writer Mark Waid he discusses that ending. Nothing but spoilers follow.
The annual Superman Celebration is taking place this weekend in Metropolis, Illinois, and this video features an interview with the town's official Man of Steel, Josh Boultinghouse, who previews what fans can expect.
Artist Mauro Perucchetti has a tendency to depict mythic characters in the sculptures that he crafts, and for his latest efforts he has decided to use Superman and Batman in a classic situation.
The music of Taylor Swift has been combined with a multitude of video clips to create an effective music video tribute to Smallville called "Long Live Smallville," which encompasses much of the show's 10-year history.
In an exclusive interview with CBM Editor Ed Gross, writer Bryan Q. Miller discusses the Smallville season 11 digital comic, in this installment talking about the Lex Luthor that audiences will be meeting.
Smallville Season 11 kicks off in digital comics form this April, and in this exclusive interview writer Bryan Q. Miller shares his views on his interpretation of the Man of Steel.
England's Daily Mail caught some images of Man of Steel stars Henry Cavill, Amy Adams and Kevin Costner arriving for a photo shoot - all dressed in their civvies, of course. No word on whether or not the shoot would feature them in costume.
While director Zack Snyder and actor Henry Cavill while filming sequences for Man of Steel at Edwards Air Force Base in California, Cavill took the opportunity to thank the soldiers for all that they do.
Thanks to Wired.com, Superman fans are getting a short preview of Action Comics #5 in which writer Grant Morrison begins offering up his view on the Man of Steel's origin with a cover that proclaims, "It begins....again!"
Earth’s greatest super heroes face foes on all fronts – using a plan initiated from within – in the all-new Justice League: Doom, the next entry in the popular, ongoing series of DC Universe Animated Original Movies, which is inspired by Mark Waid's "Tower of Babel" storyline.
Okay, this is definitely lightening things up a bit: turns out that back in the '60s Superman and Tennessee Tuxedo (voiced by Don Adams) teamed up for a Soaky Toys commercial. Yeah, we know: what's a soaky toy?
Tomorrow will see the end of an auction for a near mint copy of Action Comics #1, marking the 1938 debut of Superman. According to this AP video report, this copy rates 9.0 out of 10, and an 8.0 rated copy sold last year for $1.5 million.
Bleeding Cool is reporting that fans of the Batman Beyond universe are going to be very happy come February 2012 with a pair of titles that will continue that world in two very distinct ways.
To commemorate the impending release of Smallville: The Complete Series on DVD, Tom Welling did an interview with the Los Angeles Times' Hero Complex to reflect on the five actors who had the most influence on him. What follows is a look at the first two.