DC Collectibles Superman By Moebius Statue
Based on the artwork of Moebius. Sculpted by Chris Dahlberg. Legendary artist Moebius brings his unique artistic style to the Man of Steel line with this newest entry in the line of statues based on the artwork from Superman #400. Limited edition of 5,200. Measures approximately 8.25" tall.
DC Collectibles Bombshells Supergirl Statue
Are you a fan of Kara Zor-El? Supergirl looks like a pinup girl from the 1940s and 1950s! Statue is sculpted by artist Tim Miller. She sure looks happy! Sculpted by artist Tim Miller, the DC Comics Bombshells Supergirl Statue stands a little over 10 1/2-inches tall, with a look inspired by the pinup girls of the 1940s and 1950s. If you're a Supergirl reader or fan of the Kara Zor-El, you must add this amazing cold-cast porcelain statue to your collection! Ages 15 and up.
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Today, Bleacher Report provided ComicBook.com with some B-Roll footage of the costumes, which provides a much more detailed look at both the Superman and Wonder Woman costumes.
Prepare to be amazed by a unique show with Morgan Strebler, one of the world's leading experts and performers in the field of Psycho Kinectic magic. Using only the power of the mind, PK is the ability to physically alter or affect various objects. Morgan's show has been on TV and performed in 75 countries. Morgan will have shows on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Entertaining the crowds again this year, is K-9 Crew Trick Dog show. An ultimate high-energy canine thrill show, featuring husband & wife team of Tony and Sarah Hoard. The "K-9" Crew has performed on Good Morning Show, Animal Planet, America's Got Talent season 4, along with NBA, MLB, NFL & College Teams.
Making a return trip to Metropolis is the amazing riders of Freestyle Connection. Their action packed BMX bike show will keep you on the edge of your seat with heart stopping tricks in midair on ramps and box jumps.
For the comic book fans, the Superman Celebration welcomes featured guests including writer Kurt Busiek known for his work on the Marvel's limited series, his own award winning title "Astro City", and his four year run on The Avengers. Working for D.C. Comics, Busiek wrote a 52-issue weekly DC miniseries titled Trinity, starring Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman.
Joining Busiek is artist and writer Mike Norton, known for his work on Runaways and Gravity. Norton is also known for his web comic "Battle Pug". In February 2007, Norton signed an exclusive contract with DC and has worked on the All New Atom, written by Gail Simone. He took over pencil duties on Green Arrow/Black Canary from issue 7, worked on several issues of Countdown to Final Crisis, illustrated a fill-in issue of Blue Beetle #26 and contributed to the backup stories in DC's weekly series, Trinity.
Also appearing at the Celebration is Artist Alex Saviuk who began his professional career at DC Comics illustrating such titles as Green Lantern, The Flash and Superman. Saviuk later moved to Marvel where he established himself as a key Spider-man artist. Since 1997, Saviuk has drawn The Amazing Spider-Man Sunday newspaper comic strip, written by Stan Lee. In 1997-1998, he spent a one-year stint at Topps Comics drawing The X-Files until the end of its run.
Saturday nights entertainment features the comic genius of Scott Long. Scott has appeared in major comedy clubs in over forty states and has appeared on NBC, Fox and ESPN. Scott has also performed radio on such programs as The Bob and Tom Show. He has written sketches for NFL on the Fox PreGame show. Scott will be performing at the Baymont Theater prior to the Save The Massac Benefit Auction. The auction will feature super hero related items for bid with all proceeds going towards the renovation of Metropolis' 1938 Art Deco Theatre. Tickets can be purchased at the Metropolis Chamber of Commerce or at the door.
This year's Fan Film Festival proves to be the biggest one yet with over 50 fan films entered from 17 countries. Films will be shown at the Baymont Theater Thursday evening, Friday and Sunday, with the top films being awarded Friday evening.
Filling out the schedule for the weekend are the Kid's Superhero Costume Contest, the Beautiful Baby Contest, an eating contest, Superman trivia and new this year, the Great Metropolis Puzzler Contest. For the athletes attending, the Celebration has the Kiwanis Super Trek Bike Ride, the Supercity Crossfit Challenge, the Superman Road Race & Fun Walk, a Disc Golf Tournament and the Superman Classic Push/Pull Competition. Sunday's featured events are the Hero's and Villains Costume contest, and the Rotary Car Show.
For a full list of events, competitions and entertainment, go to www.metropolistourism.com or contact the Metropolis Chamber of Commerce at 618-524-2714.
The video also covers the worldwide DC Comics Super Hero World Record Event.
Okay, so I am writing this as I have just returned from the IMAX theater for the "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" IMAX Event! I have to start this by saying I think this was a perfect way to release the trailer. As I was telling fellow fans at the theater this is the first time Batman and Superman are appearing on the screen together and having the trailer just released like any other trailer would have been a letdown. For something of this magnitude you need an "Event"!
This event did not disappoint.
I was able to leave work early today to anxiously stand in line for 2 hours waiting to see a trailer I watched a million and one times over the weekend online. When I arrived at my theater I was surprisingly second in line! I was lucky enough to share this whole experience with my very good friend and fellow collector, Jamie Reigle of CMOS collectibles!
The theater lobby filled up quicker than I had anticipated. By 6pm there must have been 20 or 30 people waiting in line. After a lot of anticipation, we were finally able to enter the theater. On our way in we were told to put our names and email on a sheet that would allow us to receive an email to see the movie a WEEK EARLY in IMAX next March! That was enough "swag" that Zack Snyder had promised for me, but we got so much more in that ten minutes we were all there.
Jamie and I had excellent seats to view the teaser. Before the trailer started it was a blast getting to talk to fellow fans about the movie, the trailer, what we were expecting, and just how epic this whole experience was! Then it was 7pm... the same representative who had told us we would see it early walked in and couldn't warn us enough about not being able to film what we were about to see! I'll be very surprised if bootlegs of this actually leak online.
The lights dimmed, and Zack Snyder himself came on screen, standing in front of the Batmobile! He asked us yet again very politely to not film the trailer and that this was an exclusive IMAX trailer! As I said, I had spent all weekend watching the trailer over and over again. I can recite it verbatim! Seeing it in IMAX though, as Zack Snyder said before the show "The way this trailer was meant to be seen" was a whole new experience! The blues of the new Superman costume explode off the screen! The visuals and dialogue came off the screen in a way I wasn't expecting, I was seeing this trailer for the first time. It had all the familiar shots, until the "S" came up with the Bat symbol behind it, then it all changed.
Suddenly I'm watching Superman, out of breath and with a distinct curl in his hair that we are all familiar with, and he starts running and flies over the edge of the inside of an abandoned building. We see Batman in a running stance and he charges at Superman, then for a split second we are looking at Batman and Superman on screen together in IMAX for the first time. Just as the punch is about to be thrown it cuts to black, end of teaser.
Zack Snyder then comes back and says that a lot of the film was actually shot in IMAX and that the final epic scene of them clashing, that had everyone in my theater screaming at the top of their lungs, would only be seen in IMAX until the movie is released in March.
Then we got to see it again, and everyone was just anticipating the final few seconds of the beginning of the throw down of the century. Again the audience went into an uproar! Screen faded to black and all we saw was #BatmanvSuperman.
I've been a Superman fan my whole life, this will go down as one of my fondest Superman memories ever. The whole experience was beyond amazing. The people, the environment, the trailer, it was so well put together and such an incredible way to show the first footage from a historic movie. To top it all off we received the teaser posters that Zack had tweeted out last night! You had your choice of Superman or Batman, me and Jamie scored a few of each!
This 18x24" hand-numbered, limited edition art print includes penciled artist signatures and an embossed seal of authenticity.
Art by Kris Anka and Fabian Schlaga.
On sale date: April 22, 2015 (unless otherwise stated).
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Tonight Michael and Steve dissected the "Batman v Superman" teaser trailer in detail. Come check out what they had to say:
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