Christopher Reeve as Superman Premium Format Figure
Featuring an unmistakable lifelike portrait, film accurate tailored costume and poseable cape, this remarkable statue captures one of the most fondly remembered depictions of Superman ever committed to the big screen.
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"I was just hoping they wouldn't kill me," joked Mack of her character, Chloe Sullivan, a woman created specifically for the show instead of being realized from comic book source material. She, of course, wasn't killed off (Mack joked that anytime her character was hit or fell in a scene, she would keep her eyes opened - "they can't kill you if you keep your eyes open, right?"), as Chloe evolved greatly across the decade, becoming more independent and influential.
"It was great, once I settled in," explained Mack, adding she personally was more excited about the direction of the series after the fifth season. "There was such a relationship between myself and the legend and the show. The fact that DC [Comics] ended up buying my character and my likeness was so cool and crazy."
"It really felt like an intimate thing we were developing with the audience, and it was a privilege to have the opportunity to develop something from the ground up."
Cover date: May 2014
"The Kryptonian" - Part 1
Writer: Tom Taylor
Penciller: Nicola Scott
Inker: Trevor Scott
Cover: Ken Lashley & Matt Yackey
Reviewed by: T.A. Ewart (aka liheibao)
|SUPERMAN PARKING ONLY hero cartoon sign
|SUPERMAN LANE hero cartoon street sign
|Scotch Duct Tape, Superman, 1.88-Inch by 10-Yard
|Superman Stepping Stone Logo
|Child's Gardening gloves (Superman Logo)
|Superman Hero MSA V-Gard Hard Hat w/Ratchet Suspension
On sale date: March 12, 2014 (unless otherwise stated).
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It's interesting to correlate the results of this poll with membership statistics. While this website has over 6,000 people visiting on daily basis, on Twitter we have over 14,000 followers, yet that option in the Poll received a fairly low ranking. Where over on Facebook, which came in third in this poll, we have 2,000 members on our Facebook Page and 5,400 "likes" on our Facebook Group.
Nice to see that our iPhone app is doing well, receiving the second highest amount of votes in this poll.
Here's the complete breakdown:
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Here's what took place in tonight's show:
Our next show will be broadcast on Monday, March 17 at 7.30pm PDT in the U.S. (NOTE: With Daylight Savings starting in the USA the time in other countries may have changed. Click here to check what time this is at your location).
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"Alien" - Part 12 of 12
Writer: Bryan Q. Miller
Penciller: Edgar Salazar
Reviewed by: Matt Schorr
First and foremost, that's all they're giving us about the evil, alternate-earth Bruce Wayne? Really? You introduce one of the more interesting alternate versions of a character we've seen since... well, a really long time...and he gets tucked away nice and tidy? Most likely never to be heard from again? I don't much mind the blatant convenience of it all (Smallville on television was just as guilty, and I've always been willing to look past it), I just really wanted to learn more about this guy.
A life-size prototype Superman Body Armor/Suit created during pre-production of "Superman: Flyby" features the projected look of the proposed Superman suit and may be the only one in existence. This rare artifact from the doomed production measures an impressive 28" tall x 32" wide and is constructed of fiberglass with painted and applied detailing. Starting bid $5,000.
An unfinished Kryptonian Maquette of what we presume to be the Kryptonian known as Ty-Zor features the projected look of a Kryptonian suit. Stands 24.5" tall and has a minimum starting bid of $3,000.
A Superman Maquette created during pre-production features the projected look of the new Superman suit. Also stands 24.5" tall and has a starting bid of $4,000.
Thanks to Joe MacGuffin for the lead on this info.
United States of America
Episodes of "Smallville" air on TNT in the U.S. on weekday mornings. This week's episodes are Tuesday - 5.00am "Thirst", 6.00am "Exposed"; Wednesday - 5.00am "Splinter", 6.00am "Solitude"; Thursday - 5.00am "Lexmas", 6.00am "Fanatic"; Friday - 5.00am "Lockdown", 6.00am "Reckoning".
Fans of "Lois & Clark" can watch the following episodes on The Hub in the U.S. On Saturday, March 15 at 12.00am "Brutal Youth" followed by "The People vs. Lois Lane" at 1.00am. The former will air again at 5.00am. Then on Sunday, March 16 at 1.00am "Metallo" will be followed at 2.00am by "Chi of Steel". At 11.00pm that same night the episodes "Church of Metropolis" and "Operation Blackout" will air back to back.
The "Justice League Unlimited" episode titled "The Once and Future Thing" will air in the U.S. on Saturday, March 15 at 9.30am on The CW's Vortexx programming block.
The animated movie "Justice League: Doom" will air on CineMax in the U.S. on Wednesday, March 12 at 6.00am.
The animated movie "All-Star Superman" will air on HBO Films in the U.S. on Tuesday, March 11 at 3.30pm.
"Superman: The Movie" will air on ION Television in the U.S. on Sunday, March 16 at 11.00am.
"Superman III" will air on HBO Cable in the U.S. on Thursday, March 13 at 9.30m; and then again on Sunday, March 16 at 1.25pm.
The Justice League endures "Bring a Sidekick to Work" Day in the "Robot Chicken" episode scheduled to air on Cartoon Network on Tuesday, March 11 at 12.15am and 3.45am.
Superman appears in the "Robot Chicken" episode scheduled to air on Cartoon Network on Wednesday, March 19 at 12.15am.
George Reeves appears as Superman in the "I Love Lucy" episode titled "Lucy and Superman", which will air in the U.S. on Monday, March 15 at 8.00am on Hallmark.
NetFlix.com also has a number of Superman and Justice League TV shows and movies available to watch online.
In Australia, "Young Justice" episodes can be seen on Mondays-Fridays on GO! (99). This week's episodes are: Tuesday - "Failsafe" at 9.00am. Wednesday - "Disordered" at 9.00am and "Secrets" at 4.30pm (repeated at 9am the next day). Thursday - "Misplaced" at 4.30pm (repeated at 9am the next day). Friday - "Coldhearted" at 4.30pm (repeated at 9am on Monday). Then on Sunday, March 16 at 10.00am on GO! (99), the "Salvage" episode of "Young Justice: Invasion" will air.
In Australia, Superman stars in the "Batman: The Brave and the Bold" episode "Triumvirate of Terror!" which will air on Wedneday, March 12 at 9.30am on GO! (99).
In Australia, the animated movie "Superman: Brainiac Attacks" will air on the Family Movie Channel on Wednesday, March 12 at 11.20pm.
In Australia, an episode of "North Mission Road" investigates the death of "Adventures of Superman" star George Reeves, airing on Friday, March 14 at 3.00am and 7.00am on the CI channel.
In Australia, Superman picks the wrong pet sitter on the "Robot Chicken" episode scheduled to air on The Comedy Channel on Saturday, March 15 at 8.55am.
If there's anything I've missed please don't hesitate to let me know.
Cover date: May 2014
Writer: Greg Pak
Act One & Epilogue Penciller: Jae Lee
Inker: June Chung
Act Two Penciller: Kenneth Rocafort
Inker: Nei Ruffind
Act Three Penciller: Philip Tan
Cover: Jae Lee and June Chung
Variant Cover: Ed Benes and Pete Pantazis
Reviewed by: Michael J. Petty
I really liked how Superman and Batman immediately choose the two "sidekicks" with anger/rage issues to help them on Warworld and then also have the two techy/brainy "sidekicks" as well. I thought that was really good for this story. I would love to see more Supergirl/Red Hood team-ups, in fact, I think it'd be interesting if they were together, but I digress.
The way Pak wrote Superman and Batman, both as individuals and friends, was very well done in this issue, so I wonder why on so many other occasions he gets them all wrong? Here they were equals, here they worked together, here they beat accomplished their goal and they both grew stronger because of it. I really enjoyed each of their characters this issue.