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DC Collectibles Bombshells Lois Lane Statue
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Designed by Ant Lucia. Sculpted by Tim Miller. Due to the overwhelming responses from the DC Comics Bombshell variant covers comes the lastest statue in the wildly popular line featuring your favorite heroes and villains portrayed in the pinup style of the 1940s and 50s! Limited edition of 5,200. Measures approximately 11.5" tall.

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Noteworthy Superman dates to remember...
October 3: The Adventures of Superboy makes its debut on television in 1988.
October 4: Melissa Benoist, Kara/Supergirl in the 2015 Supergirl TV series, born in Littleton, Colorado in 1988.
October 6: Britt Ekland, Lara in the Superboy TV series, born in Stockholm, Sweden in 1942.
October 6: One-time Superman comics editor Mike Carlin born.
October 8: Kirk Alyn, star of two serials, Superman and Atom Man vs Superman, born in Oxford New Jersey in 1910.
October 9: Brandon Routh, star of Superman Returns, born in Des Moines, Iowa in 1979.
October 10: Christopher Reeve, star of the Superman films, dies in 2004, aged 52.
October 15: John Hamilton, Perry White in the Adventures of Superman television series, dies in 1958, aged 71.
October 15: Artist Vince Colletta (Supergirl) born.
October 16: Smallville makes its debuts on television in 2001.
October 17: Superman writer and co-creator Jerry Siegel born in 1914.
October 17: Michael McKean, Perry White in the TV series Smallville, born in 1947.
October 17: Margot Kidder, Lois Lane in the Superman films, born in 1948.
October 21: Traditionally recognized as the wedding anniversary of Jonathan and Martha Kent.
October 23: Clark Kent proposes to Lois Lane in Superman #50.
October 25: Mehcad Brooks, Jimmy Olsen in the 2015 Supergirl TV series, born in Austin, Texas in 1980.
October 26: Supergirl TV series makes its debut on television on CBS.
October 27: Jeff East, young Clark Kent in Superman: The Movie, born in Kansas City in 1957.

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October 6, 2015: JLA Animated Series Coming in 2016Print

Last month speculation began about a possible new Justice League (JLA) animated series coming to Cartoon Network thanks to a photo of a poster posted online.

JLA Poster

The photo, shared by Reddit user UnknownJ25, shows a series of wall posters that is quite possibly from a Warner Bros. office in Burbank. The JLA poster, which shows silhouettes of popular DC Comics Superheroes, lead many to believe that a new JLA animated series would soon be announced by Warner Bros. Animation and/or Cartoon Network.

We appeared to have confirmation that this is indeed the case, when Cartoon Network Canada, responding via Facebook to a fan question put to them by James Harvey at WorldsFinest.com about the JLA animated series, stated: "We will be premiering a new Justice League series, but not likely until next fall."

However, they may have jumped the gun with that response, as a new statement on their Twitter feed currently reads:

Did they let the cat out of the bag too early, and receive a slap on the wrist from Warner Bros.? We'll keep you posted when we learn more.

October 6, 2015: Max Landis Talks About His Love of SupermanPrint

Superman: American Alien Max Landis, the screenwriter best known for his film "Chronicle", who is a big Superman fan and has his own Superman comic book series "Superman: American Alien" coming out in November, spoke to ComicBookResources.com about the series, and his love of the character...

WARNING: Max Landis does use some harsh language that some people might find offensive.

    When written simplistically, Superman is a very bland superhero. He's a messianic figure who can fly, is super strong and has a myriad of other powers. And the powerful you make him, the less interesting he becomes - just because you lose track of him as an entity and of him as vulnerable. And, in my eyes, he is the most vulnerable superhero because his superheroic persona is the closest to who he actually is, and that is something incredibly compelling to me about the character, is that he doesn't do a Superman voice. It's literally just Clark in a costume. He shows and tries to help people, then he goes back, goes to work, goes to bed, goes on a date with his girlfriend - his date is ruined, "I have to fly over there" ... He's a guy who's a superhero 'cause that's probably the right thing to do.

Watch all four parts of the video interview with Max Landis at the CBR website.

Mild Mannered Reviews - Injustice: Year Four - Chapter #22Print

Injustice: Year Four - Chapter #22

Mild Mannered Reviews - Injustice: Year Four - Chapter #22

Released Digitally: September 29, 2015

"Darker Sides"

Writer: Brian Buccellato
Penciller: Xermanico
Inker: Xermanico
Cover: Neil Googe with Rex Lokus

Reviewed by: T.A. Ewart (aka liheibao)

    Regime Superman and Darkseid's fight lacks any significance, due to the late entry of Darkseid as the villains behind the scenes, and the flimsy motivation behind it. If this is revenge for what happened to Kalibak, that begs the question, what happened to Kalibak? Was he beaten? Killed? Does anyone even remember? Care? Darkseid has never needed an excuse to go after anyone for any reason, so long as it serves whatever machinations he's about at the time. Kalibak was soundly beaten by Regime, but we're not told of his fate until now, four years later, which is clearly Buccellato's interpretation. In a book that has so clearly delineated a kill with no ambiguity, Kalibak is an anomaly. He states before being defeated, that he cannot be killed, and there's no reason not to believe him, yet four years later, he was killed. OK. Is this a kill a la Hercules? The real death? Regardless, it's a needless complication to an already lacking story. The world leaders' nuclear strike is a reminder of how little story there is to tell with Injustice. Substitute Captain Atom for the nukes, and Kalibak for Darkseid, and it's a replay of what occurred in Year One.

Click here to read the complete review of Injustice: Year Four - Chapter #22.

October 6, 2015: Superman Comics Available This WeekPrint

Action Comics #45 PreviewsWorld.com has released the list of comic books and other items on sale this week. Here are the Superman related items in that list.

On sale date: October 7, 2015 (unless otherwise stated).

The following products are expected to ship to comic book specialty stores this week, with all comics also available for digital download. Note that this list is tentative and subject to change. Please check with your retailer for availability.

Click on the comic book name to purchase its printed edition. Or click on the Kindle icon (Kindle) or iBooks icon (iBooks) next to a comic's title to download it in digital format.

Click on the magnifying glass icon (Sneak Peek) next to a comic's title for a sneak peek at the pages within.

October 6, 2015: Favorite Superman Artist - Poll ResultsPrint

Poll Position In the latest Superman Homepage Member Poll we asked you the following question:

Who is your all-time favorite Superman artist?

Dan Jurgens took top spot in this poll, edging out legendary artists like Curt Swan and José Luis García-López.

Quite a few people voted for artists who weren't on the list... Let's hear who they were in the comments below.

Here's the complete breakdown:

José Luis García-López
José Luis García-López
15% [17 Votes]

Wayne Boring
Wayne Boring
1% [1 Vote]

John Byrne
John Byrne
11% [12 Votes]

Alex Ross
Alex Ross
10% [11 Votes]

Frank Quitely
Frank Quitely
3% [3 Votes]

Dan Jurgens
Dan Jurgens
21% [23 Votes]

Joe Shuster
Joe Shuster
5% [5 Votes]

Ed McGuinness
Ed McGuinness
2% [2 Votes]

Curt Swan
Curt Swan
15% [16 Votes]

18% [20 Votes]


October 5, 2015: Your Live Superman Radio Show - Radio KAL Live!Print

Radio KAL Live! The Superman Homepage hosts a LIVE "Radio KAL" broadcast every week for Superman fans to come chat "on air" about the Man of Steel.

Here's what took place in tonight's episode:

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Our next show will be broadcast on Monday, October 12 at 7.30pm PDT in the U.S. (click here to check what time this is at your location).

To listen in visit www.SupermanHomepage.com/live at the designated time.

During the live broadcast you can phone (714) 242-6186 or click on the Skype icon (which will be available at the above link) during the show to be a caller and chat with us live "on air".

Subscribe to "Radio KAL Live!" via iTunes or your favorite Podcatcher.

October 5, 2015: Jesse Eisenberg Says His Lex Luthor is a "Real Scary Person"Print

Lex Luthor In a new interview published by Vulture, Jesse Eisenberg speaks about playing Lex Luthor in "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice", how he read comic books for research, and the comparison between his Lex Luthor and Gene Hackman's...

    For his newest role as Lex Luthor in next year's Batman v. Superman, he read comic books to prepare, but hadn't read them much beforehand, something he thinks was probably for the best or he might have become the "obsequious comic book fan" who was "too excited to stop smiling" while filming. Nonetheless he was happy to have a lot of material to work with.

    "There is this trove of stuff about this guy. A lot of it's repetitive, like he always winds up on the roof of his building giving some faux benevolent talk about how he's going to change the city," he explained. "It's fun to take that campy cartoony stuff and try to put it into a real person and try to reconcile the two."

    Eisenberg also insisted his Luthor would be very different from Gene Hackman's classic portrayal in the Christopher Reeve films, noting that "this movie is so different ... it has real psychological underpinnings, and this movie character feels like a real scary person."

Source: Vulture.com.

October 5, 2015: Fortune Article on Lex LuthorPrint

Lex Luthor An interesting article has been published at Fortune.com, titled "Lex Luthor Jr.: Not Just His Father's LexCorp".

It's unclear if this is an early piece of viral marketing for "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" or not, but the article, which links to a new LexCorp Twitter account, features an indepth examination of Lex Luthor's background, the fact that he's the 31-year-old son of Alexander Joseph Luthor, and delves in to how LexCorp became such a major industry power player.

    Alexander Joseph Luthor Jr. is a 31-year-old wunderkind who transformed an aging petrochemical and heavy machinery dinosaur into a tech darling of the Fortune 500 in what some call a superhuman feat.

    This jeans-wearing genius is equally at ease rappelling the climbing wall in his employee "inspiration station" and coding in "the crucible": the cutting-edge R & D lab where the baby-faced billionaire verbally extemporizes computer code like Miles Davis improvising a trumpet solo.

Read the complete article at Fortune.com.

October 5, 2015: Rachel Platten's "Fight Song" Featured in New "Supergirl" VideoPrint

Supergirl A new music video has been released, featuring the song "Fight Song" by Rachel Platten and footage from the upcoming "Supergirl" TV series.

    "I wrote 'Fight Song' during a really dark point in my life and career," said Rachel Platten. "After so much rejection, I began to doubt myself and feared that it was too late to make it in the industry. 'Fight Song' literally became my own anthem of empowerment when I needed it most. When I first watched 'Supergirl,' I fell in love with Kara. She perfectly embodies the message of 'Fight Song.' She's such a strong, courageous woman and I'm seriously so honored to have my song soundtrack her journey. You rock, Supergirl!"

    Since its debut in early 2015, "Fight Song" has been certified Double Platinum with over 2 million singles sold to date in the U.S., more than 70 million streams and more than 60 million video views around the globe. The single reached #1 at AC radio; "Fight Song" has also reached #1 at Adult Pop radio, where it remained for four consecutive weeks, and landed in the Top 10 at Pop radio. In all, the single has been listened to by 1.4 billion in cumulative radio audience.

Source: BroadwayWorld.com

October 5, 2015: The Dark Knight III: The Master Race - Covers and Mini-ComicPrint

The Atom Each issue of Dark Knight III: The Master Race will include a 16-page minicomic written by Frank Miller and Brian Azzarello and drawn by a roster of superstar artists. Today DC Comics released a look at Frank Miller's cover for The Atom's minicomic, which also features Superman.

    THE DARK KNIGHT III: THE MASTER RACE continues Frank Miller's landmark Dark Knight saga that began with 1986's THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS and continued with its 2001-2002 sequel THE DARK KNIGHT STRIKES AGAIN. Co-written by Brian Azzarello and drawn by Andy Kubert and Klaus Janson, The Dark Knight III: The Master Race is a miniseries in eight parts, with each issue consisting of one 32-page main story and one 16-page minicomic focusing on a different character from within the world of Miller's Dark Knight. These minicomics are a crucial part of the story, are also written by Miller and Azzarello and will be drawn by some of the greatest artists currently working in comics.

The Dark Knight III: The Master Race #1 will be available from November 25. The first issue will feature both standard and variant covers, plus a series of custom retailer covers only available at select stores. Here are some of the covers that Superman fans might be interested in.

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More variant covers are available to see at DCComics.com.

Mild Mannered Reviews - Superman #44Print

Superman #44

Mild Mannered Reviews - Superman #44

Scheduled to arrive in stores: September 30, 2015

Cover date: November 2015

"Before Truth" - Part 4

Writer: Gene Luen Yang
Penciller: John Romita Jr.
Inker: John Romita Jr.
Cover: Aaron Kuder, Klaus Janson, Dean White
Variant Cover: Kevin Nowlan

Reviewed by: Adam Dechanel

    How do ANY of the attacking villains make sense this issue? Of the huge array of villains in Superman's rogues we get a bizarre mishmash of foes that have no motive for doing so, nor are they really some of Superman's deadliest foes. The only one in a narrative concept that made sense was Dylan, and even he is motivated by a story I would rather have seen than be a throw away line for a story that never happened.

    Perry sacking Clark makes no sense - with a failing paper why would you jettison your goose and his golden egg? Ridiculous. Whether Perry felt betrayed or duped or whatever else - the journalist in him would have not allowed himself to throw Clark out.

Click here to read the complete review of Superman #44.