Kara Zor-El (Melissa Benoist) may have finally started her journey out from her cousin Superman's shadow on Supergirl, but that doesn't mean that Clark Kent is leaving the show. While viewers have only seen shadowy, from behind images of the Man of Steel, TVLine reports that another iteration of... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Supergirl
"Let's just kill him." That was Jerry Ordway's solution to the problem that the creative teams behind Superman were facing in the early '90s. After building for years to a wedding between Lois Lane and Clark Kent --- something that had...Show More Summary
Playing Smallville’s young, hunky and (mostly) costume-free Clark Kent, Tom Welling held a starring role in our fantasies from 2001 to 2011. In case you need a reminder, here’s Tom in his Smallville days. Welling, 38, has kept a lower profile in the years since the show ended, but he’ll appear in the next Nicholas... Read more »
You’re Clark Kent, a little boy who’s way different than your parents or anyone else in your hometown of Smallville. One day, you start floating high into the sky. Who the heck is going to show you how to fly? Read more...
Chronicle screenwriter Max Landis has his own Superman comic now, and while it treads on familiar ground, it promises to be like no other: seven snapshots from Clark’s life as he learns to deal with his superpowers and learns to become a superhero. The first issue leans into the similarity a little too much, but it’s a promising start. Read more...
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While many men choose to grow their hair out come fall, Henry Cavill is bucking that trend–albeit for reasons not to do with grooming preferences. The ‘Man of Steele’ has wrapped filming on Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice and is… Read The post Henry Cavill Says Goodbye to Clark Kent’s Curly Locks and Buzzes His Head: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Your nephew may look adorable dressed up as Clark Kent, but he's no diminutive superhero -- he's actually celebrating Satan. This is the public service announcement brought to you by conservative televangelist Pat Robertson, who used...Show More Summary
Kicking butts and eating nuts while Black Adam and Sinestro hang out like old pals barely balances the week from the misappropriation of Clark Kent.
Sometimes Professor Adrian Sargeant can be a real pain in the ass. We should all be grateful. This week the mild mannered, empirical-evidence-please scholar and the author of the classic Building Donor Loyalty shed his Clark Kent persona and came out swinging against proposed regulatory efforts by the UK government to gag charities. Regulatory efforts aimed […]
What Makes Herc Of CBS’ SUPERGIRL?? Read the full article on AICN I am – Hercules!! CBS’ new hourlong “Supergirl” follows the adventures of Clark Kent’s hot blonde cousin, who like Clark works for a newspaper (hers is in palm tree-strewn National City) and has all the powers and abilities of Superman. Show More Summary
CBS has leaped into the superhero game in a big way with Supergirl, which premieres Monday, Oct. 26 at 8:30/7:30c. Kara Zor-El (Melissa Benoist) is a Kryptonian who's had a very different experience from her cousin Clark Kent, aka Superman. After arriving on Earth as a teenager, she's pursued a path... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Supergirl
At the start of the '80s, Superman was Christopher Reeves and also was Clark Kent. But who was the mysterious Klark Kent in the '80s? Call the Police, there is a madman around and his name is Stewart Copeland.
Superman attempts to restore his powers, while Lana Lang and Lois Lane have it out in Tomasi & Mahnke's "Superman/Wonder Woman" #22 from DC.
Max Landis and Nick Dragotta "deliver one of the most approachable and heartwarming reimaginings of young Clark Kent" in "Superman: American Alien" #1.
You know Superman, but you don't know Max Landis' version of Clark Kent. "American Alien" pairs him with visionary artists like Nick Dragotta on #1.
Look, up in the sky! A Superman who’s still married! A Lois Lane who didn’t expose Clark Kent’s secret identity to the world! Not a hoax! Not an imaginary story! This is all happening in the newly re-rebooted DC Universe, where there’s another weaker Clark Kent leaping tall buildings. What the heck is going on? Read more...
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