Clark Kent’s glasses acting as pretty much his first and last line of defense when it comes to revealing his secret identity has always been one of the silliest facets of the Man of Steel. But, at least in the eyes of legendary Superman comic writer John Byrne, one incarnation of Supes did it right.
The ongoing story in Superman and Action Comics has been a hell of a ride for not one, but two Clark Kents. Last week, we learned about the true mastermind behind the entire crazy plot—and yet, this week, there’s been a new twist that somehow even tops that for madness.
Lois and Clark. It’s a pairing held up as one of the dreamiest in all comics, the classic romance of the secret superhero and the no-nonsense reporter that loved him. The two have gone through some rough spots—but let’s not forget, in their earlier incarnations, Lois and Clark could be real douchey to each other.
In her spare time, freelance artist Brittney Williams has been working on a fan comic and fanart project, The Daily Planet Files, focusing on life at Clark Kent's day job. If the art she's released for it is any indication, that comic's going to be utterly charming.
Self-plagiarism? Please. When it comes to questionable journalistic ethics, Jonah Lehrer is small fry. Clark Kent. Peter Parker. Lois Lane. These are the real culprits — the "stand up" citizens and "superheros" who make a mockery of the journalistic profession with their flagrant disregard for objectivity,…
Henry Cavill has some huge boots to fill as the new Clark Kent. So what source materials is he reading to prepare to star in Zack Snyder's reboot The Man Of Steel?
Tom Welling confirms it: the CW's putting the kibosh on Smallville after its 10th season. Will Clark finally fly and don his trademark blue-and-red speed-suit? Will Kristin Kreuk guest-star? Will we finally get a Smallville version of Batman? [Hollywood Life]
On Friday's Smallville, Martha Kent stopped by the farm (with Perry White in tow), Maxwell Lord practiced some psychic surgery, the identity of the Red Queen is revealed, and everyone (and their mother) needs the Book of Rao. Spoilers on!
On Friday's Smallville, "Sacrifice," a bunch of characters died, one hero was mutilated, and a certain femme fatale kicked it (only to come back from the dead minutes later). Richard Pryor with a sombrero this show ain't. Spoilers ahead.
On Friday's Smallville – "Charade" – Lois finds herself betwixt allegiances to Clark and the Blur, Maxwell Lord showed up to brain-drain Lois, and our reporters get canned from the Daily Planet. Also, never date Clark Kent. He'll stalk ya.
Superman's a pretty decent guy and after he falls for Lois Lane, he immediately tries to be completely honest with her. The only trouble is that Lois is a bit confused as to what Superman's coming out about.
If tonight's episode of Smallville happens to be your first, here's the bad news: You've missed eight years' worth of backstory. Now, here's the good news: We're about to tell you all you need to know anyway.
Fans of the CW's Smallville should look to Superman comics to see where the ninth season will take them... including the current World of New Krypton storyline, and some potentially disastrous fashion choices. Spoilers!
Alas, poor Smallville supporting character. We knew you well, but that wasn't enough to save you from Doomsday (in a very literal sense). But that's not all that happened in last night's finale. Spoilers!
Secret identities. Do we really need them? More importantly, do superheroes? And how do they really work? (Do they?)
Two characters will die in the season finale of Smallville and (shockingly) not come back to life, according to new rumors. We're kinda hoping they go wild. Speculative spoilers ahead.
It looks as if the CW is taking Superman's famous Never-Ending Battle tagline a little too seriously, as it's just been announced that Smallville has been renewed for a ninth season starting this fall.
Is the ninth season of Smallville in danger because TV bosses can't let go of the past? That's a rumor going around, as the CW looks to the show's producers to reboot... Melrose Place?
It was the moment where a million fanboys cheered - I know, that I was one of them - but does Superman The Movie director Richard Donner publicly stating that the Superman movie franchise should be handed over to Action Comics writer (and former assistant to Donner) Geoff Johns actually mean that anything will change…