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July 27: Jackson Beck, voice of Superman Radio Introduction, dies in 2004, aged 92.
July 29: Allison Mack, Chloe Sullivan in Smallville, born in Preez, Germany in 1982.
July 29: Writer Gail Simone (Action Comics) celebrates her birthday today.
July 30: Laurence Fishburne, Perry White in the 2013 Man of Steel movie, born in Augusta, Georgia in 1961.
July 31: Dean Cain, star of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, born in Mt. Clemens, Michigan in 1966.

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July 7, 2014: Neal Adams Questions Superman's Physical AppearancePrint

New Krypton Comic book creator Neal Adams took time out during the Pensacon 2014 convention this past weekend to chat with the guys at Geek I/O Podcast Network about his success over the years, his upcoming "Arrival of the Supermen" comic book story, and why Superman has the muscles he has.


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#1 | Steve Younis on July 7, 2014 7:32pm EST
I know the man's a legend in the comic book industry... but I wouldn't call him "humble" by any stretch of the imagination. Shock
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#2 | lastson_ofkrypton on July 7, 2014 8:43pm EST
I wonder when this arc is gonna hit shelves. I'm really excited to read it.
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#3 | Hypoxic on July 7, 2014 8:49pm EST
Calling Adams humble is like calling Stan Lee an introvert.
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#4 | LarGand on July 8, 2014 1:18am EST
Good artist. But it's never a good sign when a man talks about himself in the third person ...
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#5 | Nyxiplctk on July 8, 2014 7:32am EST
Man.. what was that all about. 8 minutes of absolute gloating. Regardless, I wonder if Arrival will finally get solicited for October considering a few new DC titles were announced recently.
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#6 | Sol on July 8, 2014 6:24pm EST
It's interesting and shameful how the comic book industry kisses this jerk's tuchus (as talented as he may be), but when they "retired" the late Curt Swan, DC comics basically treated that incredible artist like so much fecal matter. There's something seriously wrong here. My understanding is that Mr. Swan was a humble man. After listening to current professionals like John Byrne, Frank miller, and, of course, Mr. Adams here, perhaps the comics world cannot abide humility. Sad-sad-sad-sad-sad . . .

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