SO SUPERMAN has given in, [...]

Kate Reardon
October 2012
Mail on Sunday;10/28/2012, p33
SO SUPERMAN has given in, accepted the inevitable supremacy of the interweb and resigned as a newspaper journalist. His counterintuitively sexy Clark Kent persona is so dorky that he belongs on the side of the geeks anyhow.


Related Articles

  • Interwebs.  // Computer Desktop Encyclopedia;2015, p1 

    See Interweb.

  • Dead Superman may revive DC Comics. Jensen, Jeff // Advertising Age;11/23/1992, Vol. 63 Issue 48, p13 

    This article reports on the decision of DC Comics to kill its enduring character, Superman, in an apparent attempt to revive its declining market share in 1992. Company executives said the decision to kill Superman was made more than a year ago and was announced to comic book distributors in...

  • TV's heroic role in changing attitudes.  // Daily Variety;5/23/2012, Vol. 315 Issue 37, p2 

    The article focuses on the role of television in accepting LGBT people and for changing attitudes of the audiences. It mentions some of the televisions shows with LGBT characters such as "Superman Returns," where star Christopher reeves has gay character, and "Partners," where star Brandon Routh...

  • THE BLACK MAN AND THE GREAT WHITE PLAGUE. Gibson, John M. // Social Forces;May36, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p585 

    Tuberculosis, which was a rarity among Negro slaves prior to the Civil War, became so rampant among the colored population after emancipation that, as late as 1896, physician Frederick L. Hoffman, consulting statistician of the Prudential Insurance Co. of America, lamented in his book, "Race...

  • PART THREE: Women and Racial Politics: CHAPTER 7: BLACK PROTEST and the EMERGENCE of IDA B. WELLS.  // Gender of Racial Politics & Violence in America: Lynching, Priso;2001, p417 

    The article focuses on political protests staged by African Americans against lynching and white domination in the nineteenth century in the United States. It cites the role played by African American women in maintaining and extending traditions of protest such as Ida B. Wells. It describes...

  • THE GAP BETWEEN GOVERNMENT AND PEOPLE. Dozer, Donald M. // Public Opinion Quarterly;Spring45, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p70 

    This article examines the rising gap between government and people in the United States. Upon the basis of mere election returns and in the absence of more scientifically reliable and continuous gauges, it may be suggested that the national government of the United States has responded to proved...

  • AirTran chooses Interweb for Web work.  // Advertising Age's Business Marketing;Oct97, Vol. 82 Issue 9, p48 

    Reports that an account was offered by AirTran Airlines to Interweb. Information on the account.

  • Superman.  // U.S. News & World Report;11/23/92, Vol. 113 Issue 20, p20 

    Reports that due to lagging newsstand sales, DC Comics will kill off the 54-year-old Superman in the issue coming out November 17. The agent of his demise; Advance sales have made this the bestselling issue of `Superman'; Over a million copies have sold so far; Possible resurrection of Superman...

  • Chapter 7: Death Comes for the Archbishop: Guerrilla War of the Female Self. Shaw, Patrick W. // Willa Cather & the Art of Conflict: Re-Visioning Her Creative Im;1992, p142 

    Chapter 7 of the book "Willa Cather and the Art of Conflict: Re-Visioning Her Creative Imagination" is presented. It analyzes Cather's novel "Death Comes for the Archbishop," which is perceived to indicate the author having accepted the inevitability of death. Women only play a minor in the...


Read the Article


Sign out of this library

Other Topics