LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham
"LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham" is the next instalment to the blockbuster LEGO "Batman: The Videogame" and "LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes" videogames.
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Episodes of "Smallville" air on TNT in the U.S. on some weekday mornings. This week's episodes are: Monday - 5.00am "Arctic", 6.00am "Odyssey"; Tuesday - 5.00am "Plastique", 6.00am "Toxic"; Wednesday - 5.00am "Instinct", 6.00am "Committed"; Thursday - 5.00am "Prey", 6.00am "Identity"; Friday - 5.00am "Bloodline", 6.00am "Abyss".
The animated movie "All-Star Superman" will air in the U.S. on HBO Family on Monday, September 29 at 6.00am.
The animated movie "Justice League: Doom" will air in the U.S. on HBO Family on Tuesday, September 30 at 12.20am; and then on Sunday, October 5 at 4.40am.
The movie "Man of Steel" will air on HBO in the U.S. on Monday, September 29 at 3.45pm; then on Tuesday, September 30 at 8.30pm; and then on Thursday, October 2 at 9.50am and 8.00pm.
Superman appears in the Robot Chicken episode titled "Unionizing Our Labor", which will air in the U.S. on Thursday, October 2 at 12.00am on Cartoon Network.
The movie "Hollywoodland", about the life and death of George Reeves, will air on IFC on Saturday, October 4 at 11.30am.
Episodes of the 1950s "Adventures of Superman" TV series air on MeTV in the U.S. on Saturdays. This week's episodes are: "Rescue" at 6.00pm and "The Secret of Superman" at 6.30pm.
George Reeves guest stars in the "I Love Lucy" episode titled "Lucy Meets Superman", which will air in the U.S. on Sunday, October 5 at 6.30am on the Hallmark channel.
NetFlix.com also has a number of Superman and Justice League TV shows and movies available to watch online.
In Australia, the animated movie "Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox" airs on Tuesday, September 30 at 6.30am on Foxtel's Family Movie Channel.
In Australia, the movie "Man of Steel" airs on Wednesday, October 1 at 10.15pm on Foxtel's Premiere Movie Channel.
In Australia, the animated movie "Superman Unbound" airs on Thursday, October 2 at 10.45pm on Foxtel's Family Movie Channel.
In Australia, the animated movie "LEGO Batman: The Movie" airs on Friday, October 3 at 4.30pm on Cartoon Network.
If there's anything I've missed please don't hesitate to let me know.
In the video below we see a Gotham City Police car race down the street (interestingly named Alfred Street), where it screeched to a halt in front of the building.
A number of cast trailers were labelled with the names of "Alfred", "Lois" and "Chuck". It would appear that Jeremy Irons and Amy Adams may have been on location, but just who "Chuck" might be is anyone's guess.
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The "Speeding Bulletin" is your weekly Superman news video, recapping the latest events in the world of Superman. It also includes the "Great Scott!" segment brought to you by Scotty V.
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Aquaman: Why do I have to hold up his butt? He can fly, can't he?
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Cover date: November 2014
Writer: Greg Pak
Artists: Cliff Richards, Jack Herbert, Vicente Cifuentes
Cover: Aaron Kuder
Reviewed by: Alisa Lea Gossage
As a matter of fact, I believe that Superman somehow felt betrayed by Batman. Bruce mentions that both Superman and Batman have their 'limits.' Apparently, whatever Batman did caused Superman to reach his 'limit.' Meanwhile in the future, we see Bruce quickly reaching HIS 'limit.'
I love the portrayal of Bruce Wayne. In this issue, he's not so much brooding as he is sad. I like the idea that he misses Clark. Not just Superman. He misses his friend.
I can tell when I read some of these early drafts of Superman Lives... things would've changed and transformed, especially when you see the designs that came even from Kevin's script. If the film came out in '99, it would have been a hit. It had a lighter feeling that [Burton's] other films didn't have. He wanted to show flight how it had never been seen before. And Cage had all of these great ideas of Superman as an outcast - what nerds feel like. It would've touched upon that in ways that no one had ever touched upon in any other superheroes.
Superman was more like a kid in the corner who got laughed at all the time, but taking that to the extreme - being a visitor from another planet. You see that in all of Tim Burton's movies. He said, "I always felt like I was an alien, growing up in Burbank," and that was exactly what Nic Cage saw, too. People laughed at Nic Cage from the costume test footage, but, in the final costume, Nic Cage looks badass. I had a picture of it on my phone and would show it to people, and every skeptic says, "You know what, that's not bad." It makes me happy. You get that flip-flop.
Henry bought the dog (which is a breed known as Akita) at the beginning of the year from dog breeder Big Bear Akitas.
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Part index. Part commentary. Part history lesson. All podcast.
In this special and yet at the same time normal sized episode of the show Mike and Jeff talk about the rematch everyone was talking about in 1994... SUPERMAN/DOOMSDAY: HUNTER/PREY! The boys talk about all three issues of the prestige format series that saw not only the return of Doomsday but of a certain cyborg as well. As the story opens Clark is having a rough time sleeping as a recurring nightmares of facing Doomsday and decides that he needs to find the creature that killed him. Meanwhile Doomsday does indeed return and ends up on Apokolips where he faces off against Darkseid. If that weren't bad enough Hank Henshaw also returns and it is up to the Man of Steel to not only save Apokolips but stop both the Cyborg and Doomsday.
We also learn Doomsday's origin. That's kind of important.
Next time: Well... the boys were going to jump into WORLDS COLLIDE and they even said as much at the end of this episode but they decided to go through all of the e-mail they've received over the past year instead. So, next time FEEDBACK and then after that part one of WORLDS COLLIDE!
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Today super hero scholars and collectors continue to ask: What did Siegel and Shuster have in mind when they gave birth to Superman 76 years ago? Who at that time knew that Superman's roots were Jewish? Yet clues to Superman's Jewish origins are numerous. As the story goes, Superman was born on the planet Krypton. There his name was Kal-El, which in Hebrew means "voice of God." Knowing they had only moments before Krypton was to explode, Kal-El's doomed parents put their special child in a spaceship that propelled him to the safety of Earth. The story parallels that of Moses, whose mother, desperate to save her infant son from the Pharoah's death decree, placed him in a reed basket and floated him down the Nile. Kal-El and Moses were rescued by non-Jews - Moses by Pharoah's daughter and Kal-El by a Kansas farming couple named Kent. For Siegel and Shuster, Kal-El's escape to Earth is the story of the Jews and their exodus from Egypt.
Temple Israel member Eddy Zeno has built a broad and meaningful collection of Superman memorabilia and artifacts that explore the influence of the Jewish experience on the evolution of Superman. Superman: The Jewish Roots of America's Super Hero, displays part of Eddy Zeno's collection, which invites the viewer to consider the Jewish subtexts at work.