New Adventures of Superman-Seasons 2 & 3 DVD
Warner Home Video has announced that they will be releasing Seasons 2 and 3 of "The New Adventures of Superman" cartoons from Filmation on June 3, 2014.
"Man of Steel" Action Hero Vignette Figure
Superman soars into action with this dynamic new 1/9-scale vinyl figure. Featuring an accurate likeness of actor Henry Cavill, Superman strikes a dramatic pose on his diorama base. Fully colored and textured to a movie likeness, Superman requires minimal assembly for display.
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"My son was there. He was in the bus. He saw what Clark did." - MAN OF STEEL (2013)
Of all the lines of dialogue in the film, MAN OF STEEL, this particular one stands out in my mind. It is a line that I will always associate with one of the most incredible days of my life - Saturday, July 14th, 2012.
Not only did I get to experience the first ever footage of MAN OF STEEL, but I also helped save almost 10,000 people in line for HALL H... and it almost killed me.
Two years ago, at the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con, everyone was eagerly anticipating the Warner Bros. panel inside HALL H. There was a pretty exciting line-up that year: Pacific Rim, The Hobbit and MAN OF STEEL were going to be featured.
My brother Ivan and I were going to be there that Saturday. The only way to make sure we get inside was to get in line early. Real early. We got in line at 2:00 a.m. that Saturday morning. We would have lined up earlier, but I needed to get some rest beforehand, because I had donated blood at Comic-Con Thursday morning. I only got two hours of sleep that night.
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For information on where to get the book, and a brief summation of the concept, head on over to the official site.
ďThere are Supermen in the future, and Supermen in other worlds. There's a Superman from TV, a couple Supermen with darker skin, a bunch of evil versions of Superman, and a Mecha Superman who's more like a Transformer than a Kryptonian.
ďAnd thatís just this summer.
ďSo is there something going on with Superman? Why is DC embracing so many versions of him all of the sudden?Ē
Good questions. What do you think?
The bit about 1% of the proceeds going to the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation is buried in the Rolling Stone article, but it features somewhat more prominently on this eBay infographic advertising the auction.
Given that Chicago is where a great portion of the last Batman series filmed, as well as Man of Steel, there is no definitive way to know where or what it will feature, but we will be sure to bring you the answers as soon as they are available.
For those in the area, the Warner Brothers event will take place at 10:00 AM in Hall H. Watch here for more as it develops.
The Portland Art Museum's Film Center will be screening the Max and Dave Fleischer Superman cartoons in their entirety this weekend, on Saturday, as part of a series of animated features including Who Framed Roger Rabbit? and Wallace and Gromit.
If you are interested in seeing these features in their entirety, head on over to the NW Film Center website for more information and to buy tickets.
The news breaks as part of a plan from Warner Brothers to feature the release as part of a panel at the San Diego Comic-Con, specifically as part of the Warner Archive Collection presents Trailers From Hell Live! panel, which will take place this Saturday, the 26th, in Room 25ABC at 1:00 PM.
For the full story, head on over to World's Finest and check it out!
This location for the plaque was selected as it was used during a film shoot for the Adventures of Superman episode "The Man Who Could Read Minds" in 1953.
Cast members George Reeves, John Hamilton, Noel Neill, Jack Larson, and Robert Shayne were all present on that day back in 1953. Now, in 2014, Jack Larson will return to the site, joined by Beverly Washburn, Laura Siegel Larson and Stephanie Shayne Parkin, for the plaque dedication.
The plaque dedication is open to the public.
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