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Johnny Manziel: The Superman to Save Cleveland?

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As far as "heroes" go, they come and go relatively quickly on the shores of Lake Erie. All we can really hope for (as icons go) is that Manziel is more like Kal-El at the end of a draft day. Read More »

Interview: Michael Goffinet, Author of ‘They Call Me Superman’

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"There are no hidden messages in the book, just a lot of action, suspense, and humor." Read More »

How to Invite Superman to the Prom (and the Benefits of Expressing Gratitude)

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Research shows that expressing gratitude and praising others also benefits the giver. Case in point: my daughter's letter to "Superman." Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Man of Steel’

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Where is Superman? Not here in this disappointing entry into the comic-book canon. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Silver Age of DC Comics’ by Paul Levitz

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The people behind the desks, those with ink covered hands and color stained fingers, they were the real superheroes. Read More »

Panels about Comic Books Past, Present, and Future at San Diego Comic-Con

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Coverage of comic book panels on Day Two of San Diego Comic-Con. Read More »

My Top 10 Moments of San Diego Comic-Con 2013

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My fondest memories are as follows... Read More »

Movie Reboots Getting Awfully Redundant

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The remakes, revivals, and re-imaginings will go on ad infinitum because, unfortunately, all things on heaven and earth that can be imagined can be re-imagined. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Man of Steel’ Movie Novelization by Greg Cox

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Like most novelizations of films, if you didn't like the movie in the theater, you're not going to like it as a book. Read More »

Thursday Program Highlights for Comic-Con International 2013

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My top ten events of Thursday's programming. Read More »