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Noteworthy Superman dates to remember...
September 1: Traditionally recognized as the birthday of Jonathan Kent, Clark Kent's adoptive father.
September 5: George Lazenby, Jor-El in the Superboy TV series, born in Queanbeyan, New South Wales, Australia in 1939.
September 6: Justin Whalin, Jimmy Olsen in Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, born in 1974.
September 6: Man of Steel screening at dusk takes place at Forest Park, City of Noblesville Parks in Indiana.
September 8: The Super Friends cartoon show makes its debut on ABC-TV in 1973.
September 10: Filmation's The New Adventures of Superman animated series premieres on CBS in 1966.
September 12: Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman makes its debut on ABC-TV in 1993.
September 13: Artist Mike Grell (Superboy and the Legion of Super Heroes) born in 1947.
September 15: Jackie Cooper, Perry White in the Superman films, born in 1922.
September 16: Tommy Bond, Jimmy Olsen in two serials, Superman and Atom Man vs Superman, born in Dallas, Texas in 1926.
September 16: Writer Kurt Busiek (Superman & Action Comics) born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1960.
September 16: Steve Younis, owner of the Superman Homepage, born in 1971. :)
September 17: Bryan Singer, director of Superman Returns, born in New York, NY, USA in 1965.
September 17: Writer Roger Stern (Action Comics) born in 1950.
September 18: James Marsden, Richard White in Superman Returns, born in Stillwater, Oklahoma in 1973.
September 20-21: Brandon Routh is a special guest at the Saskatoon Comic & Entertainment Expo.
September 22: Traditionally recognized as the birthday of Kara Zor-El, AKA Supergirl.
September 22: Laura Vandervoort, Kara Zor-El (aka Supergirl) in the TV series Smallville, born in Toronto, Canada in 1984.
September 23: Writer Peter David (Supergirl) born in 1956.
September 24: Tommy Bond, Jimmy Olsen in two serials, Superman and Atom Man vs Superman, dies in 2005, aged 79.
September 25: Christopher Reeve, star of the Superman films, born in New York, NY in 1952.
September 26: Writer Louise Simonson (Superman: The Man of Steel) born in 1946.
September 28: Traditionally recognized as the birthday of Lex Luthor.

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Dedicated to Andrew J Gould - the original keeper of the Superman Homepage!

Welcome! This website is devoted to DC Comics’ Superman, the first and best comic book superhero, who was created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. This website is dedicated to giving you information on Superman in all forms of media.

If this is your first visit to this website, then we invite you to take our Guided Tour. If you just want a quick explanation of what’s available within each section visit the Information Page. Otherwise just dive right in and jump to the various sections of the Superman Homepage by clicking on the navigational links on the left hand side of the screen or those in the "Timeline" menu at the top of the screen.


Below are the very latest events surrounding the Man of Steel! Check the "What’s New" page for a complete list of other recent items.

September 19, 2014: Superman Homepage "Speeding Bulletin" News VideoPrint

Speeding Bulletin Here's the "Speeding Bulletin" video report for the period September 12-18, 2014.

The "Speeding Bulletin" is your weekly Superman news video, recapping the latest events in the world of Superman. It also includes the "Great Scott!" segment brought to you by Scotty V.

Subscribe to the "Speeding Bulletin" via iTunes or your favorite Podcatcher.

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September 19, 2014: Authors of "Holding Kryptonite" Join Radio KAL Live!Print

Holding Kryptonite The Superman Homepage hosts a LIVE "Radio KAL" broadcast every week for Superman fans to come chat "on air" about the Man of Steel.

In our next show (Monday, September 22) Steve and Michael will be joined by Lauren Agostino and A.L. Newberg, the authors of the new book "Holding Kryptonite".

    Down on the Ground!
    It's a Bag. It's some Trash.
    It's...It's...What IS that?...

    In 1997, a young law firm assistant - Lauren Agostino - literally stumbled on a secret cache from Superman's creators Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. These original documents, private correspondence, legal papers, and artwork expose the muted and maligned history of the relationships and dynamics of the early Superman family.

    The origin of Superman and the downfall of its creators Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster is a dramatic saga that underscores one of America's most popular cultural icons. For the first time, Agostino and writer A.L. Newberg reveal the extraordinary true story of the Man of Steel's rise from a creative concept (sold for the infamous $130) to the 1947 lawsuit that nearly denied Siegel and Shuster of any future with their Man of Tomorrow.

    Stripped away the lies, myths and cover-ups this is a treasure trove for Superman fans and historians alike.

We'll be chatting with Lauren live on Monday night about this amazing find, the contents of her book, and the astounding historical events it uncovers.

You can read an excerpt and order the book via our Online Store.

Radio KAL Live! Be sure to listen to our live interview with the authors of "Holding Kryptonite" on Monday, September 22 at 7.30pm PDT in the U.S. (click here to check what time this is at your location).

To listen in visit www.SupermanHomepage.com/live at the designated time.

During the live broadcast you can phone (714) 242-6186 or click on the Skype icon (which will be available at the above link) during the show to be a caller and chat with us live "on air".

Subscribe to "Radio KAL Live!" via iTunes or your favorite Podcatcher.


Mild Mannered Reviews - Injustice: Year Two - Chapter #24Print

Injustice: Year Two - Chapter #24

Mild Mannered Reviews - Injustice: Year Two - Chapter #24

Released Digitally: September 16, 2014

"World's End"

Writer: Tom Taylor
Penciller: Bruno Redondo, Xermanico
Inker: Julien Hugonnard-Bert
Cover: Jheremy Raapack with Santi Casas & David Lopez of Ikari Studio

Reviewed by: T.A. Ewart (aka liheibao)

    Year Two of Injustice lacked the presence and punch of its first offering, and much was retread ground, mimicking the events that worked well the first go around. The second year ends on a hopeful, but disappointing scene. Why does Fate decide to intervene for Black Canary, and not Regime? Canary is given the chance at happiness that has been denied Regime, and when simply thought about, having Lois Lane back would stop all of this malarkey tuit suite. However, that would stop the dysfunction that is Injustice, and the money that it's bringing with it. There really are no heroes in this series at all. Even the Marvel heroes, who fight each other for recreation, aren't this bad. The DC Universe isn't one that can sustain this type of asymmetry and imbalance for long, as its existence is predicated on heroes and heroism. Injustice may suit the need of some readers, and line the pockets of DC and the book's creators, but it's greatest disappointment is not taking the opportunity to remind readers why heroism is needed. The DC superheroes are the grandest and greatest of them all, "Gathered together from the cosmic reaches of the universe... are the most powerful forces of good ever assembled. Dedicated to Truth, Justice, and Peace, for all mankind!" Has the readership become that old and jaded, that long in the tooth that such things are no longer worthy? Injustice shows us a world with no heroes, a world of fear, hate, and stupidity, yet it fails to show why this is not a good thing. Instead it's just Boss moments and badass buffoonery. This is what some have asked for, and salivated for, a Superman who is badass and does what he wants. There's nothing weak about him and you can take Regime with you into any fanboy argument and come out a winner. There is also no reason to like Regime, and if the world has shown anything the last few months, it is that we are still very much in need of heroes, particularly in our fiction.

Click here to read the complete review of Injustice: Year Two - Chapter #24.

September 18, 2014: Filming at Michigan Central Station for "Batman v Superman"Print

Another night shoot for "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" saw the crew set up at the old Michigan Central Train Station.

Filming at Michigan Central Station
Filming at Michigan Central Station
Filming at Michigan Central Station

Photos: Detroiturbex, Traverse360 and k5haw

Read more about the film shoot and the Michigan Central Station at MLive.com.

September 18, 2014: Batmobile Stows Away on Board the Millennium FalconPrint

Dawn of Justice JJ Abrams and Bad Robot have fired the latest salvo in the ongoing "Batman/Superman vs Star Wars" mash-ups which, until now, consisted of a number of photographs showing things like Superman as a Jedi and C3PO as Batman. With Zack Snyder having recently indicated that a Storm Trooper was responsible for taking the Batmobile for a joyride, JJ Abrams has created a video revealing the Millennium Falcon from "Star Wars: Episode VII", with a familiar stowaway attached to the "HUNKA JUNK".

September 18, 2014: Top 10 Classic Otto Binder Superman CreationsPrint

Action Comics #242 ComicsAlliance.com has put together the ten best Superman creations of Otto Binder, one of Superman's most prolific, yet underrated, comic book writers.

    From Krypto to Supergirl and even all the way to Lucy Lane, they're all here!

Learn more about Otto Binder by reading the book "Words of Wonder: The Life and Times of Otto Binder".

September 18, 2014: Greg Pak Talks About "Batman/Superman: Futures End #1"Print

Batman/Superman Futures End #1 With this week's release of "Batman/Superman: Futures End #1", writer Greg Pak talks to DC All Access about the status of Superman and Batman's relationship five years in the future.

Pick up the print edition of "Batman/Superman: Futures End #1", or purchase the book for the Kindle or iBooks. Still making up your mind? Maybe this Sneak Peek inside the book might help you decide.

September 18, 2014: From Crisis to Crisis: A Superman PodcastPrint

From Crisis to Crisis Welcome to the 172nd episode of From Crisis to Crisis: A Superman Podcast! This podcast has a simple premise; examine just about every Superman comic published between Man of Steel #1 in 1986 to Adventures of Superman #649 in 2006 in an informative and hopefully entertaining format.

Part index. Part commentary. Part history lesson. All podcast.

This time out Mike and Jeff finish up their look at the Elseworlds Annuals from 1994. The boys kick things off with SUPERBOY ANNUAL #1, which concludes the "Super Seven" story from ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN ANNUAL #6. Will the heroes defeat the alien invaders? Will everyone make it out alive? Well, yes and no, but you've have to listen to the episode to figure out the hows and whys of those answers. Then events go back to the Revolutionary War in the pages of ACTION COMICS ANNUAL #6 and we learn what would happen if one of Superman's ancestors came to Earth and was a huge jerk. Finally there's another period piece in STEEL ANNUAL #1 where John Henry was born before the American Civil War and there's armor (as you would imagine) and Arthurian references and a heaping, helping dose of racism.

Next time: Four words...SUPERMAN...DOOMSDAY...HUNTER...PREY!

You can subscribe to the show in two ways. First there is the RSS Feed and there is also the iTunes link. You can also download the episode directly.

If you want to comment on the show or contact the hosts you can always private message Mike and Jeff, leave comments here or email them at fromcrisistocrisis@gmail.com. All questions, concerns, fears, trepidations and cheap shots are welcome.

September 17, 2014: Justice League Animated Miniseries Set for 2015Print


In the first programming collaboration since Warner Bros.' investment in Machinima earlier this year, the global many 2 many programming service for fanboys and videogamers announced today that it has greenlit the new animated shortform series JUSTICE LEAGUE: GODS AND MONSTERS CHRONICLES, from Bruce Timm and Alan Burnett (both producers of the legendary Batman: The Animated Series). The digital series is based on Justice League: Gods & Monsters, an original animated film executive produced by Timm and co-produced by Burnett that will be released by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment later in 2015. Chronicles will focus on alternate versions of DC Comics' iconic Justice League members Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman.

"Ever since we announced the Warner Bros. strategic investment, we have been looking for a new and exciting way to tap into the company's unmatched content. With JUSTICE LEAGUE: GODS AND MONSTERS CHRONICLES, Machinima will be the very first place fans can experience a new vision for DC Comics' beloved Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman characters. In addition, we have built a first-of-its-kind package for brands to engage with these characters to reach Machinima's elusive audience," stated Chad Gutstein, Machinma's CEO.

JUSTICE LEAGUE: GODS AND MONSTERS CHRONICLES marks the first project from Warner Bros.' newly formed digital content production unit, headed up by Sam Register, President, Warner Bros. Animation and Warner Digital Series.

Sam Register said: "We couldn't be happier to be announcing our first new digital series today, and we're even more excited that it's a collaboration with such accomplished storytellers as Bruce Timm and Alan Burnett, who have been responsible for some of the most innovative and creative DC Universe projects. We can't wait for fans to have a chance to see the world they have created when JUSTICE LEAGUE: GODS AND MONSTERS CHRONICLES debuts on Machinima next year."

"We are committed to delivering DC Entertainment's extensive line-up of world-class characters and stories to audiences across all platforms and formats," stated DC Entertainment President Diane Nelson. "JUSTICE LEAGUE: GODS AND MONSTERS CHRONICLES is an exciting opportunity to bring alternate versions of DC Comics' iconic Justice League characters to Machinima, and we look forward to bringing this new animated shortform series to life with our partners across Warner Bros."

JUSTICE LEAGUE: GODS AND MONSTERS CHRONICLES explores a newly conceived reality in the DC Universe where Justice League members Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman are much darker versions of the Super Heroes that people think they know. The episodes are expected to debut on Machinima in spring 2015, weeks before the launch of the film. More details on each episode of JUSTICE LEAGUE: GODS AND MONSTERS CHRONICLES will be released in the upcoming months.

September 17, 2014: Tom Taylor Talks "Injustice: Year Three"Print

Injustice: Year Two - Chapter #24 With the digital release of "Injustice: Year Two - Chapter #24" out this week, writer Tom Taylor wraps up the second year of "Injustice: Gods Among Us", but will push right in to Year Three with no delay, with Chapter 1 of the new volume kicking off September 30.

IGN.com caught up with Tom to find out where things are at with the comic book series, and what fans can expect from "Regime Superman". Here's part of the interview...

    We saw Superman avoid defeat by accepting a Sinestro Corps ring. Will he continue to wield that ring in Year Three? Does its influence play a part in his continual evolution from hero to the tyrant we saw in the game?

    Taylor: I can't say too much on this but yes, he will be wearing the Yellow Ring when you see him next, and its power and Sinestro's influence will still be warping him. But someone is coming to change all of this...

    Batman's forces didn't defeat Superman's regime, but they did at least score a moral victory in terms of exposing Superman's actions to the world. How will that play out during Year Three? Is there a growing sense of unrest in the world?

    Taylor: Absolutely. Thanks to Black Canary, the world has seen the truth. The Man of Steel is someone to be feared now.

    Batman tried to defeat Superman through sheer force and failed. Is that why he turns to John Constantine and the magical realm for help in Year Three?

    Taylor: Batman and his team did pull off a lot of victories in Year Two. They dealt some pretty big blows to Superman's regime. But Superman is still standing. John Constantine knows that, short of a swift kick to the bollocks with big, sturdy Kryptonite boots, Superman's main vulnerability is magic.

Read the complete interview at IGN.com.

September 17, 2014: Retro Review - "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman"Print

Lois & Clark Superman Homepage reviewer Rob Ó Conchúir continues reviewing episodes from "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" for those nostalgic for the 1990s.

Check out his review of the Season 3 episode titled "Seconds" in which Lois' clone reveals to Lex Luthor that Superman and Clark Kent are one and the same.