1933 - Siegel & Schuster Create Superman
When two Jewish schoolboys teamed-up on a simple illustrated sci-fi story called The Reign of The Superman, they didn’t just make history, they changed it forever.
It’s #nationalcomicbookday and comiXology is giving you a crash course into the history of comics! Also head over to this page and get over 25 free comics when you use the code COMICS at checkout to help you celebrate!
Take this weekend to binge on Mark Waid & Alex Ross’s alternate-reality DCU Trinity story, Kingdom Come.
The DCU spent a year without Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman—a year in which the fate of the world hung in the balance! Now Grant Morrison, Geoff Johns, Greg Rucka (ruckawriter) and Mark Waid deliver the thrilling tale of the heroes who protected the planet in their absence in this best-selling series, on sale for 99¢ an issue all week!
The Final Showdown In Metropolis
SUPERMAN Vol. 2, #75 (Jan. 1993)
Dan Jurgens (pencils), Brett Breeding (inks) & Glen Witmore (colors)
Words by Dan Jurgens
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comiXolgy Unbound's Weekend #comicbinge
Everyone knows Jor-El sent his infant son to Earth to avoid death on Krypton, but now take a closer look at Jor-El’s emotional struggles with the decision. Plus, Kal-El’s early days on an alien world and the discoveries that set him on the path to becoming a legend!
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What would have happened if Kal-El’s ship had crash landed in Communist Russia instead?
In Superman: Red Son Mark Millar re-imagines a world where Kal-El dons the sickle and hammer to protect the workers utopia!
(Also Batman shows up in an awesome hat…)
A brand new edition is out today!