In Brian Michael Bendis and Ryan Sook's Action Comics #1006, Superman's pal Jimmy Olsen reveals a surprising intimate encounter he had with [SPOILER].
Brian Michael Bendis opens up on the reveals and arrivals in Action Comics, and how everything from the Red Cloud to the H-E-R-O Dial affects the DCU.
Action Comics #1004 may have just outed Superman's secret identity as Clark Kent to everyone on the planet.
The creative team of Action Comics #1004 reveal the behind-the-scenes process for a big moment between Lois Lane and Clark Kent.
Batman and Superman's friendship is reaffirmed when the Dark Knight does a solid for his bestie in Action Comics #1003.
An Easter egg in Action Comics #1003 may tease Brian Michael Bendis' first event for DC.
Superman writer Brian Michael Bendis hints that the revelations in Lois Lane's book are more than just the Man of Steel's secret identity.
It's a blink-and-you-missed-it moment, but Doctor Manhattan's machinations appear to finally be impacting Superman's world.
Writer Brian Michael Bendis has come under fire for his derogatory use of the word 'autistic,' as spoken by a villain in Action Comics #1002.
Lois is back on Earth and in hiding, but could she be working with someone to expose Clark Kent as Superman?
Superman is unaware that an entire network of criminals is operating in the shadows, dedicated to avoiding him at all costs.
Superman can't solve everything with his superpowers - sometimes he has to tap into his day job to get things done.
A character's surprising return in Bendis' first Action Comics storyline bodes ill for the future of Superman's relationship with Lois Lane.