Why, he's the new Green Lantern of Sector 2813, according to Smallville Season 11: Lantern #1! But how can Clark balance his duties as Superman with being a Lantern? Plus a brand-new Ultimate Fantastic Four debuts, Kurt Cobain's alien obsession and more, in this week's comics! Read more...
Welling in Dior–On April 7th, actor Tom Welling, most popular for playing the role of Clark Kent in Smallville, attended the premiere of his latest movie, Draft Day. For the event, which was held at the Regency Bruin Theatre in Los Angeles, California, Welling wore a look from Dior Homme. Show More Summary
JARRETT OSBORNE, father of Clark Kent Osborne, says he has more than a bit of “a Superman complex.” So when his second son Harrison was born two years ago this month with polycystic kidney disease — on World Kidney Day — the Toronto-based cartoonist and designer felt compelled to leap into action. Read full article >>
Think of us as having two presidents. One, a fellow named Barack Obama, cuts a distinctly Clark Kent-ish figure. In presiding over domestic policy, he is regularly thwarted in his desires by the Republicans in Congress and couldn't until recently get his most basic choices for government positions or the judiciary through the Senate. Show More Summary
Poor Clark Kent. In this modern day where just about everybody seems to have a smartphone, the iconic telephone booth has practically disappeared from the landscape, removing one of his favorite changing rooms. Fortunately, as the Superman Visits TARDIS T-Shirt shows, there’s still at least one phone booth around that can be used to transform […]
Here's a proposal for the plot of a new comic book. Perry White summons Clark Kent and Lois Lane into his office one day in Metropolis. "I have bad news," White barks. "Health costs at the Daily Planet are through the roof. And it's all your fault. Show More Summary
In classical art, you almost never see Athena and Aphrodite depicted together. There's a reason for that, and it's not the same reason you never see Clark Kent and Superman in the same room.
Dylan Sprayberry, who played young Clark Kent, will recur on the MTV drama. read more
Young Clark Kent is coming to Teen Wolf. The MTV hit has cast actor Dylan Sprayberry as Liam, a new
Jesse Eisenberg has been cast as one of the comic book universe's most legendary villains, Lex Luthor, in the upcoming Batman vs. Superman! Movie Fanatic reports that in casting Eisenberg as Luthor, as a contemporary of Clark Kent, the...Show More Summary
This Superman Gray Logo Watch with Gun Metal Bracelet Band is the best watch for Superman fans. Clark Kent would appreciate this fine timepiece. Now you will always know what time it is, with a watch that takes its design cues from the Man of Steel himself. It features Japanese quartz movement and a bracelet-style […]
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We’d like to wish newly installed Irish Central writer Sean Dunne a very hearty FishbowlNY winter’s welcome. And thank the makers of 1993-97 ABC-TV series Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman for inspiring the 24-year-old Master’s...Show More Summary
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. Read more...
Like Superman’s Clark Kent and Spiderman’s Peter Parker, 29-year-old Lyndsey Scott has an alter ego. By day, she’s a high fashion model, walking the runway for the likes of Gucci, Prada, Calvin Klein, and Victoria’s Secret. By night, she dons square-framed Burberry glasses and transforms into probably the world’s most beautiful computer programmer. At least, she used to don...
There are several benefits to dating a geek. If you’re lucky enough to date a hot geek – think Clark Kent, perhaps without the buff physique – you will not only have less drama in your life, but you’ll also receive free IT support. But...Show More Summary
Yesterday’s post with the 1965 Newsweek cover story, “What’s Wrong With Newspapers?”, brought in some emails and the David Horsey cartoon below. Emails from readers are after the jump. From KEN GOLDSTEIN — Subject: “What was wrong with newspapers in 1965.” An interesting bit of history. But the prediction by Marshall McLuhan from the year … Read More
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"Action Comics" writer Greg Pak discusses the new Lana Lang, the opening issues of his run and the humanity -- and insecurities -- of Clark Kent, AKA Superman.