Jews created the superhero genre, so why are there so few Jewish superheroes?
A couple of young Jewish comic artists were inspired to create Superman by a vaudeville strongman named Breitbart (not that Breitbart).
Wonder Woman. Has. A. Sword.
Yesterday, the Internet was abuzz with the fact that Israeli supermodel Gal Gadot had been cast as Wonder Woman in the upcoming “Batman vs. Superman.”
Gal Gadot will be the new Wonder Woman! I repeat: Gal Gadot will be the new Wonder Woman!
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s… Beta-Sigma-Rho Man? The recent discovery of a 75-year-old pencil sketch by Superman creator Joe Shuster hints at the Man of Steel’s origins.
A rare 75-year-old comic book featuring the debut of Superman found in a Minnesota home’s wall fetched $175,000 at auction, comic book seller Comicconnect.com said on Wednesday.
The new Superman film is out and the superhero is celebrating his 75th birthday. Here’s 10 reasons to believe the Man of Steel might actually be Jewish.
We survey the best of new Jewish lit, from debut fiction to biographies of Franz Kafka and the creators of Superman. There’s even a story about Anne Frank’s older sister.
A Jerusalem shop settled out of court with two comic book companies that charged it sells unlicensed kippahs bearing the images of Superman and Spider-Man.