Awwww yeah! Exactly the Superman cartoon I’ve been hoping for!

My Adventures of Superman screenshot depicting Clark Kent, Lois Lane and Jimmy Olsen

In fact, it’s so close to what I would’ve done it’s almost a bit weird! We don’t have a release date, or a trailer. But a new Superman cartoon, My Adventures with Superman, has indeed been announced, and we do have a teaser screenshot and a bit of information. I’ve thought for a while that […]

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Superman & Lois Pilot First Impressions: It was OK I guess

Superman & Lois poster

Spoiler warning. I watched the pilot episode of Superman & Lois and, well, I didn’t find it particularly good. It certainly wasn’t wretchedly bad or anything, either. I suppose I might as well keep watching the show out of curiosity, but I won’t be surprised if I end up dropping it soon. I can’t really […]

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Adventures of Superman Episode Review: The Man Who Could Read Minds (S2E3)

Title Card for the Adventures of Superman episode "The Man Who Could Read Minds"

The Man Who Could Read Minds is a pretty typical for an episode in the first two seasons of Adventures of Superman: a crime story that is treated pretty seriously though it contains a gimmick that is a bit on the goofy side, with Superman thrown in. If you know anything about me, you know […]

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A Quick Look at Two Superman Games

Part of the cover of Superman for the Sega Genesis alongside part of the cover for Superman: Countdown to Apokolips

It’s often claimed that there are no good Superman video games. I’ve only played two Superman games so far, but I’m going to dispute that claim slightly, because I think both of these games can at least be described as decent or kinda good. Neither of them are great, but they both have some positive […]

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Is Superman Being “Overpowered” Actually Genius?

Cover of Superman #7 showing Superman descending with bullets bouncing off him, next to the text "World's Greatest Adventure-Strip Character"

Once my sister said to me that Superman is the best character because he’s bulletproof. So many action characters, such as Batman, just seem to miraculously dodge the bullets every time. Either that, or everyone attacking them apparently has a horrible aim. So in a way, Superman is the most “realistic”. Obviously his powers aren’t […]

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Stack Shock Episode Review: Sons of the Fathers

Sean Foley and Robert Hawkins

Sons of the Fathers (Static Shock season 1 epsiode 8), despite a somewhat silly name, is an episode I’m rather fond of. If I think about it, it epitomizes many of the traits I enjoy about the show in general: an honest treatment of heavy real-life social issues (albeit in a somewhat preachy and simplistic […]

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