More than just a tribute, Clark and Jon's adventure hints that a classic Darwyn Cooke tale may now be part of DC's Rebirth canon.
Peter Tomasi and Patrick Gleason explain how Clark and Jon's visit to Dinosaur Island is a fitting tribute to the late, great Darwyn Cooke.
Superman officially accepts his role on his new world and gives his son important advice, while a pal of theirs makes his return.
The super-teams of Pat Gleason, Dan Jurgens, Tyler Kirkham, and Peter Tomasi reveal what's coming for the Man of Steel and his family.
The classic "Rein of the Supermen" villain reveals his plan, and a member of the Superman family sacrifices themselves to stop him.
Raising a half-human/half-Kryptonion child isn't easy, but it's even more difficult when the other two-thirds of the Trinity come knocking in Peter J. Tomasi, Patrick Gleason and Mick Grey's "Superman" #1.
Lana and Clark both have plans for Superman's remains in Peter J. Tomasi, Patrick Gleason, Doug Mahnke and Jaime Mendoza's "Superman: Rebirth" #1.
Peter Tomasi & Patrick Gleason discuss the game-changing events of "Superman" #52, in which two Men of Steel died, and what to expect from Rebirth.
Peter J. Tomasi, Dale Eaglesham, Scot Eaton and Wayne Faucher unleash the Super-Pretender on pre-New 52 Superman in "Action Comics" #52, but the early momentum of this storyline is fading fast.
The roots of DC's next Man of Steel are explored in a secret Chinese laboratory ahead of Rebirth.
"Superman/Wonder Woman" #28 marks the halfway point of "The Final Days of Superman," but -- even as Peter J. Tomasi's script ties up more super-powered loose ends -- Ed Benes's art falls a little too flat.
Superman all but forces Supergirl into his role in Peter J. Tomasi, Paul Pelletier and Sandra Hope Archer's "Action Comics" #51.
Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke and Jaime Mendoza continue "The Final Days of Superman" in "Batman/Superman" #31, which introduces new foes, follows up on an introduction from the first chapter and ties off a loose thread.
Writer Peter J. Tomasi spoke with CBR about Superman's impending death, the character's legacy and what fans should expect in "Superman: Rebirth."
Peter J. Tomasi and Ian Bertram forge a downright creepy and horrific tale in "House of Penance" #1.
In Peter J. Tomasi and Fernando Pasarin's "Detective Comics" #51, the members of Jim Gordon's former Marine unit are being hunted down -- and he's next.
DC has selected 24 creators at random to reimagine the classic Kirby Cool creation, in the spirit of 1985's "DC Challenge."
In "Superman" #51, Peter J. Tomasi and Mikel Janin kick off a storyline that has a distinctly different title than originally advertised, and one that now looks to lead directly into "Superman: Rebirth."