Batman once had a bodyguard.
Superman has a new Revenge Squad to deal with of his mightiest enemies in this Rebirth continuation.
Superman is forced by his own ideals to defend Lex Luthor from crimes the supposedly reformed supervillain has not committed…yet!
Jimmy told me to hurry up and get to something. Is this hurrying up enough? I don’t know. Oh, hey, the Super Sons!
Superman returns to Metropolis, wondering why there’s another Clark Kent running around, and Lois Lane goes back to work in this transitional trade.
A big game hunter finds he can switch minds with a powerful golden gorilla. Now that’s some Silver Age silliness.
Superman and Lois Lane need to both train and protect their son from the Eradicator in this Rebirth Relaunch.
A DC summer crossover event intended to create new heroes. Most of them sucked.
Giving one of the earliest superheroes a supernatural successor, we have the new Crimson Avenger.
The pre-Flashpoint Superman returns with his wife Lois, son Jon, and a real problem with the idea Lex Luthor wants to be the new Superman.