If you think this sounds like something out of the 90s, you can be forgive. There was a storyline that ran through the Superman books in the mid-1990s called “The Death of Clark Kent,” where one of the Man of Steel’s adversaries learned his secret identity and launched an attack to destroy him, forcing Superman […]
Since the character’s introduction in 1938 (77 years ago), Superman has always hidden behind the secret identity of Clark Kent. But the latest comic book storyline has exposed Clark Kent. The result is forcing Superman, for the first time in the character’s history, to find a new alter-ego. Show More Summary
There are days that I'd really like to live in Smallville. I don't mean Clark Kent's Kansas hometown; I'm talking about the Hamburg label that's home to acts like Christopher Rau, Julius Steinhoff, Moomin, and Smallpeople. I don't think...Show More Summary
For over 70 years, Superman has hidden behind a single secret identity: Clark Kent. But now that the comics have re-exposed Clark Kent to the DC universe, the Man of Steel needs a new alter-ego. And so, for the first time in his history, Superman has a new secret persona. Read more...
Clark Kent attempts to continue life as Superman despite his depleted powers in Greg Pak, Aaron Kuder & Scott Kolins' "Action Comics" #45.
The second-generation screenwriter talks about his 7-part series exploring the early days of Clark Kent.
Gene Yang won't reveal the mysterious villain in "Superman" #44, but the writer tells CBR about Hordr Root's connections to a classic DC character.
Superman's ID is out and than means supervillains know where he/Clack Kent live. One group comes calling in this preview of this week's SUPERMAN #44.
Jack Larson, who played the role of Clark Kent’s sidekick, Jimmy Olsen, the earnest, bumbling cub reporter on the 1950s television series “Adventures of Superman,” and who later became a playwright, librettist and movie producer, died Sept. 20 at his home in Los Angeles. He was 87.Read full article >>
Saints coach Sean Payton knows that Clark Kent won’t be walking though the door of the team’s locker room to turn into Superman and save the day, which means that the group already on hand is going to be charged with turning things around after an 0-2 start to the season. According to Payton, one…
Jack Larson -- the first person to play Clark Kent's sidekick Jimmy Olsen -- died Sunday at his home in Brentwood, CA. He was 87. Larson starred alongside George Reeves on "The Adventures of Superman" from 1952-1958. He acted sparingly after the…
Actor Jack Larson, who played a sidekick to Superman's alter-ego Clark Kent at the fictional Daily Planet newspaper, has died at age 87.
Cam Newton is known for his “Superman” end-zone celebration, where he pretends to open a dress shirt and reveal the cartoon hero’s logo, à la Clark Kent. However, the Panthers quarterback looked all too ordinary in a Week 1 win over the Jaguars. On Sunday, Newton was back to resembling a superhero. He threw for 195 yards […]
Ryan Mallett made it to the end zone and did his best Clark Kent celebration. But Cam Newton was a little more Superman Sunday. Newton led the Panthers to a 24-17 win over the Texans on a day when neither offense had much of what you’d call continuity. In the end, it was Newton’s improvisation…
A new rumor claims that Warner Bros. is requesting 'Batman v Superman' get rid of some Clark Kent scenes.
Young Bruce Wayne plays schoolyard detective with Clark Kent and Diana Prince in a new hybrid kids series.
It’s long been unclear who is the worse reporter: Clark Kent, who lies to his readers daily by not mentioning that he’s the guy he is always writing about, or Lois Lane, whose ability to recognize Kent’s true identity is kryptonited by a pair of glasses. Read more...
In today's "Superman" #43 by Gene Luen Yang and John Romita Jr., we learn the circumstances behind the world learning the "Truth" about Clark Kent.
How did the world learn Superman and Clark Kent were the same person, and who does he blame? Find your answers here.
Gay 'marriage' is no big deal, the heroine tells an amazed Clark Kent.