Rumor of the Day: Potential plot points for DC's Justice League Part 1
Don Kaye

Thanks to a casting agency, we may have some insight into the storyline of Justice League Part 1. Potential spoilers ahead!

Here's how David Goyer justifies Superman killing Zod in Man of Steel
Nathalie Caron

It may have been two years, but the sound of Superman snapping the neck of General Zod in Man of Steel is still being heard all over the world.

Goyer on the status of Syfy’s Superman prequel series Krypton
Trent Moore

It’s been almost a year since we heard David S. Goyer (Man of Steel) was developing a Superman prequel television series at Syfy. Now we finally have an update on Krypton.

DC Comics Responds to Superman Cover Controversy
Jesse Murray

Co-publishers Jim Lee and Dan Didio respond to the controversy surrounding the depiction of Superman in Frank Miller's Dark Knight III: The Master Race companion comic.

Watch this Superman toy safely fly (fall) from space to the Earth below
Dany Roth

Look! Up in the sky! It's a bird! It's a plane! It's (an action figure of) Superman!

[REDACTED] was almost Lex Luthor in McG's Superman film
Matthew Jackson

The Superman franchise generated so many false starts and development deals in the decade or so before Superman Returns dropped in 2006 that we've got no shortage of interesting "What Might Have Been" scenarios to ponder. For proof, just check out who McG wanted for Lex Luthor in his almost-movie Superman: Flyby.

Help save the bats with the cast of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
Nathalie Caron

The cast and crew of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice have taken on a cause worthy of the Dark Knight himself: to help save the bats.

Man of Steel's Goyer working on new DC-based TV project code-named ‘Krypton'
Trent Moore

It seems the recent wave of The Flash, Gotham and Constantine were just the beginning for DC’s expanded slate of television projects. Up next? Krypton.

First look at Batman/Superman #15 hints at a romance between Batman and...Lois Lane?
Nathalie Caron

Looks like love is in the air between Superman the Dark Knight and our intrepid Daily Planet reporter, Lois Lane.

One of comics' best artists gives the perfect retort to sexist DC t-shirt designs
Dany Roth

Someone used their DC merchandising license for evil. Bill Sienkiewicz took care of the problem, though.

Captain America vs. Superman: A battle of American cultural icons
Aaron Sagers

With Captain America: The Winter Soldier available now on home video, and a super battle slated in cinemas in 2016 between Cap and Superman, we explore who is the greater American icon.

The 12 most important superhero deaths ever
Matthew Jackson

Another superhero, Wolverine, is headed to the chopping block. But will his death really resonate?

Here's a fascinating breakdown of J.J. Abrams' cancelled Superman flick
Nathalie Caron

In 2002, Warner Bros. almost went ahead with Superman: Flyby but ultimately didn't. And from this fascinating new breakdown of the superhero flick, it was a wise decision.