I’ve been going to therapy. I know that this is an intimate statement to start an editorial with, but it’s important for what’s to come.More
The Daily Planet originated on a farm. Much like the comic book hero the fictional version of our publication writes about, our news organization saw its humble beginnings on a midwestern family farm. The irony of this origin story always makes me smile.
It’s a Metropolis landmark, a symbol that has stood proudly in the skies of the City of Tomorrow for decades. The Daily Planet globe is 80 this year, and we have a classic Superman cartoon to thank for this iconic token.
“Golden Girls” star and international icon, Betty White, has died at age 99, days before turning 100. As a talented actress and comedian, Betty soon excelled to stardom with a career spanning all the way to 1930.
The Daily Planet will be making the big leap from farm to city in our upcoming move to Minneapolis, Minnesota.