A full frontal view of the new Batmobile from Zack Snyder’s Batman Vs. Superman.
Superman/Batman: World’s Finest.
The First Look at Batman Vs. Superman’s New Batmobile.
"Man of Steel"
Art by Glenn Meling
«The Last Son of Krypton»
Art by Jackson Guice & Denis Rodier
«The Man of Steel»
Art by Jon Bogdanove & Dennis Janke
«The Man of Tomorrow»
Art by Dan Jurgens & Brett Breeding
«Superboy, The Metropolis Kid»
Art by Tom Grummett & Doug Hazlewood
Superman/Batman: World’s Finest
Fan Art by dDsign
Jonathan Kent: Been showing off a bit, haven’t you, son?
Young Clark Kent: Um… I didn’t mean to show off, Pop. It’s just that, guys like that Brad, I just want to tear him apart.
Jonathan Kent: Yeah, I know, I know.
Young Clark Kent: And I know I shouldn’t…
Jonathan Kent: Yeah, I know, you can do all these amazing things and sometimes you feel like you will just go bust unless you can tell people about them.
Young Clark Kent: Yeah. I mean every time I kick the football I can make a touchdown. Every time! I mean, is it showing off if somebody’s doing the things he’s capable of doing? Is a bird showing off when it flies?
Jonathan Kent: When you first came to us, we thought people would come and take you away because, when they found out, you know, the things you could do… and that worried us a lot. But then a man gets older, and he starts thinking differently and things get very clear. And one thing I do know, son, and that is you are here for a *reason*. I don’t know whose reason, or whatever the reason is… Maybe it’s because… uh… I don’t know. But I do know one thing. It’s *not* to score touchdowns. Huh?
Young Clark Kent: Thanks, Dad.
— Superman 
Clark Kent (at 13): Can’t I just keep pretending I’m your son?
Jonathan Kent: You are my son. But somewhere out there you have another father too, who gave you another name. And he sent you here for a reason, Clark. And even if it takes you the rest of your life you owe it to yourself to find out what that reason is.
— Man of Steel 
Superman: 75th Anniversary
In honor of the hero’s 75th anniversary, Man of Steel director Zack Snyder and DC animated universe maestro Bruce Timm have crafted this two-minute animated short, which blasts through the highlights of the character’s many incarnations, from comics, to movies, video games, and even pop art.