Supergirl TV Series Statue
It's a bird, it's a plane, it's Superman? No, it's Supergirl! This Supergirl TV Series Statue features the likeness of actress Melissa Benoist and stands about 12 1/2-inches tall. Sculpted by Adam Ross, this is one statue no Supergirl fan will want to miss out on!
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United States of America (All times are ET)
The "I Love Lucy" episode titled "Lucy and Superman" (starring George Reeves) will air on HALLMARK in the U.S. on Friday, June 3 at 5.30am.
The movie "Superman Returns" will air on MOMAX in the U.S. on Saturday, June 4 at 8.35am.
An episode of the 1950s "Adventures of Superman" TV series airs on MeTV in the U.S. on Saturday at 5.00pm. This week's episode is:
Saturday, June 4 - "The Whistling Bird".
You may also want to check NetFlix.com, as they sometimes have a number of Superman and/or Justice League TV shows and movies available to watch online.
Australia (All times are EDT)
In Australia, the animated movie "Justice League: Doom" will air on Foxtel's Family Movie Channel on Wednesday, June 1 at 6.10pm; and again on Cartoon Network on Saturday, June 4 at 8.00pm.
In Australia, the animated movie "LEGO Justice League vs. Bizarro League" will air on Foxtel's Family Movie Channel on Thursday, June 2 at 6.20am.
In Australia, the animated movie "LEGO Batman: The Movie - DC Super Heroes" will air on Foxtel's Family Movie Channel on Thursday, June 2 at 7.10am; and again on Sunday, June 5 at 10.50am.
In Australia, the movie "Hollywoodland" will air on Foxtel's Thriller Movie Channel on Saturday, June 4 at 9.55am.
In Australia, the animated movie "LEGO Justice League: Batman Be-leagured" will air on Cartoon Network on Saturday, June 4 at 7.35pm.
In Australia, episodes of the "Young Justice" animated series air on the following days on Cartoon Network. This week's episodes are:
Wednesday, June 1 - "Before The Dawn" at 12.03am
Thursday, June 2 - "Cornered" at 12.03am
Friday, June 3 - "True Colors" at 12.03am
Saturday, June 4 - "The Fix" at 12.03am
Sunday, June 5 - "Runaways" at 12.03am
Monday, June 6 - "War" at 12.03am
In Australia, episodes of the "Justice League Unlimited" animated series air on the following days on GO! (99). This week's episodes are:
Saturday, June 4 - "The Once and Future Thing - Part 2" at 5.00pm
Sunday, June 5 - "The Cat and the Canary" at 5.00pm
In Australia, episodes of the "Krypto the Superdog" animated series air on the following days on Boomerang. This week's episodes are:
Tuesday, May 31 - "Funny Business/Now You See Him" at 5.40am
Wednesday, June 1 - "Bones of Contention/Superdog? Who's Superdog?" at 5.40am
If there's anything I've missed please don't hesitate to let me know.
Cover date: July 2016
"The Final Days of Superman" - Part 8: "Do or Die"
Writer: Peter J. Tomasi
Artists: Mikel Janin & Miguel Sepulveda
Cover: Mikel Janin
Variant Cover: Mikel Janin
Reviewed by: Adam Dechanel
A series that ends with a yearning for more and unanswered questions is the greatest way to end this Superman's adventures.
The cameos were all welcome though rushed and not fleshed, they did provide for a thoroughly enjoyable twist to the plot and Clark White soaring in was brilliantly played out. I love that he is a mysterious stranger to these heroes but despite that he is readily embraced into the story.
Cover date: July 2016
Writer: Geoff Johns
Penciller: Ethan Van Sciver, Gary Frank, Ivan Reis and Phil Jimenez
Inker: Joe Prado, Ivan Reis, Matt Santorelli and Gary Frank
Reviewed by: Michael Bailey
That's not an exaggeration either. My favorite comic book company and my preferred comic universe seemed to be doing everything in their power to make me want to walk away. Between starting ACTION and DETECTIVE COMICS over at number one to getting rid of the Justice Society to establishing a nonsensical five year time line...it seemed like the powers that be were bound and determined to get rid of everything that made the company special.
I'd go into everything wrong they did with Superman but we don't have that kind of time.
It made me sad because as much as I like Marvel and as much as I have read books from other publishers DC was always my home and the New 52 did away with just about everything that made it feel that way. It's like that scene in the movie "Grosse Pointe Blank" where Martin goes to visit his old house and finds that it has been turned into a convenience store. I would stare at the new comics and recognize the structure of the universe but everything else had been changed into something...else. I tried about twenty titles when the New 52 began and four years later I was only buying the Superman titles and JUSTICE LEAGUE.
Then DC UNIVERSE: REBIRTH #1 came out.
And I was home again.
Just what role Lex Luthor will play in the upcoming film is unknown at this point in time.
"Justice League - Part One" is scheduled for release on November 17, 2017.
Check out his review of the Season 4 episode titled "The People v. Lois Lane" in which Professor Jefferson Cole and District Attorney Clemmons, one seeking revenge and one seeking election, put togther an elaborate frame and get Lois arrested for murder.
Comprised of one-hundred easily digestible chapters, McCabe manages to break down the Superman legend into its core components. Beginning with the creators and the creation, the book proceeds to discuss the evolution of the mythology. Nearly every mainstay of the franchise is touched upon in some form or another.
Released at least a month prior to the premier of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and the revamping of the DC Universe in DC Universe Rebirth #1, the book is relatively up-to date, including an entire chapter dedicated to 2015's Supergirl TV show.
Buy "100 Things Superman Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die" by Joseph McCabe at the Superman Homepage Online Store.
In keeping with Superman-themed names for the pygmy goats, Zod is named for General Dru-Zod, a warlord from Superman's home planet of Krypton. He currently weighs seven pounds and is growing steadily. "He is still quite young, but is exploring his new barn, playing with Lois and napping," continued Ricciardone. "As always, our staff will continue to monitor Lois and Zod closely to ensure that they are doing well together."
Zoo visitors can see Lois and Zod in the Zoo's Farmyard area next to the sheep. "This little one is quite small and he will seek shady, cool places to hang out sometimes," concluded Ricciardone. "We encourage visitors to stop by to visit Zod and watch him grow up all summer long."
So we've got a story that's right in our wheelhouse now, to explore the father-son relationship for this first arc.
And as Pat said, we're really playing with it from the eyes of a child, looking up at a father, who is someone he loves, but at the same time is a superhero, is an incredibly powerful being. And we'll be showing how Jonathan deals with that.
Working with Pat on the writing side with this now and also seeing the images coming through, it's amazing, the bond that you see with the way he draws these characters - the emotion in the faces and the way they interact with each other, the whole family. And having Lois there as the mother now is a whole new dynamic we didn't have in Batman and Robin, unless you count Alfred. [Laughs]
But it's just really great, for us, to keep exploring that angle, especially because we both have kids. And they're such different characters than Batman and Robin, it's really a nice way to flip a page and deal with characters so different, as Clark and Jonathan and Lois, and we're going to go down some real cool different avenues with it.
Bizarro by Giuseppe Camuncoli boasts "a gorilla-like build", while the new Super-Man design is by Viktor Bogdanovic.
Released on May 25, the DC UNIVERSE: REBIRTH SPECIAL debuted to incredible fan response and critical acclaim:
"Reading Rebirth feels like coming home again" – IGN.com
"If this is any indication as to what we can expect in the Rebirth titles, it's going to be a fantastic time to read DC Comics." – Comicvine.com
"DC Universe: Rebirth was, for me, the perfect DC comic." – Comic Spectrum
DC Entertainment is proud to announce that this 80-page blockbuster, written by Geoff Johns with art by Ethan Van Sciver, Gary Frank, Phil Jimenez and Ivan Reis is headed into its second printing, featuring updated cover art (by Gary Frank) and a new, square bound format at a price of US$5.99. This version will be produced in limited quantities and are sure to go fast once they hit retailers on Wednesday, June 8!
This epic tale of legacy, love, life, return of a much beloved character and an ending that NOBODY saw coming is the gateway for DC's line wide title re-launch beginning June 1. With 17 titles shipping twice monthly and an additional 14 monthly titles, all at a new lower price of $2.99. REBIRTH is a return to the themes of optimism, hope and incredible superhero storytelling that has made DC and its characters the favorite of fans the world over for more than 80 years!