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LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham
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.

DC Collectibles DC Comics Icons: Superman Statue
Superman Statue

Sculpted by Gentle Giant Studios! Now the Man of Steel can stand watch in your own home with this stunning statue that perfectly captures his DC Comics -The New 52 look. Limited edition of 5,200. Measures approximately 11" tall.


Noteworthy Superman dates to remember...
October 3: The Adventures of Superboy makes its debut on television in 1988.
October 6: Britt Ekland, Lara in the Superboy TV series, born in Stockholm, Sweden in 1942.
October 6: One-time Superman comics editor Mike Carlin born.
October 6: It's a bird, It's a Plane, It's Superman! performances at 2pm and 8pm at Hayes Theatre Co. in Potts Point, Sydney, Australia.
October 7: DC Supervillains - Justice League: Masterminds of Crime DVD goes on sale.
October 8: Kirk Alyn, star of two serials, Superman and Atom Man vs Superman, born in Oxford New Jersey in 1910.
October 9: Brandon Routh, star of Superman Returns, born in Des Moines, Iowa in 1979.
October 10: Christopher Reeve, star of the Superman films, dies in 2004, aged 52.
October 15: John Hamilton, Perry White in the Adventures of Superman television series, dies in 1958, aged 71.
October 15: Artist Vince Colletta (Supergirl) born.
October 16: Smallville makes its debuts on television in 2001.
October 17: Superman writer and co-creator Jerry Siegel born in 1914.
October 17: Michael McKean, Perry White in the TV series Smallville, born in 1947.
October 17: Margot Kidder, Lois Lane in the Superman films, born in 1948.
October 21: Traditionally recognized as the wedding anniversary of Jonathan and Martha Kent.
October 23: Clark Kent proposes to Lois Lane in Superman #50.
October 24-27: Helen Slater appearing at New Zealand's Armageddon Expo.
October 27: Jeff East, young Clark Kent in Superman: The Movie, born in Kansas City in 1957.

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October 16, 2014: Scott Snyder Couldn't Be Prouder of "Superman Unchained"Print

Superman Unchained Newsarama.com sat down for a chat with comic book writer Scott Snyder for an indepth interview in which, amongst other things, he spoke about how "Superman Unchained" will end exactly how he always planned it to, and that he couldn't be prouder of how the story turned out. Here's part of the interview...

    Q: There are certainly some terrible images we see towards the end of that issue. Switching gears to Superman Unchained, can you talk about where this comic ended from where you and Jim Lee thought it would go? Did you accomplish what you set out to do as a storyteller with this book? Snyder: Honestly, it's one of the rare comics that is ending exactly where I pitched it to end. It's very weird as there are a lot of times where you'll see a callback from issue #1 - the boy with the binoculars looking at Wraith, Luthor's paper folding, this notion of what the sun means, who Superman is, the satellite that falls in the first issue - a lot of the things, both visual and narrative in nature, are echoed in issue #9. That was all designed from the very beginning.

    What Superman Unchained is all about for me - not to spoil it - is why I think Superman is great. It's meant to be a kind of challenge to the kind of conventional take on Superman, which is that he stands for "truth, justice, and the American way," that he's this monolithic symbol of all things that are good and right. To me, you start writing him and you realize he doesn't know what the hell he's doing half the time. It's basically trial and error. He's doing the best he can. It's not that he stands for anything; if anything, he stands for following your own moral compass even if that compass leads you to places that make absolutely no logical sense whatsoever. Spell your own doom. Why would you create a human identity, fall in love, or even grow affectionate towards all of your human friends and coworkers when you age much more slowly than them? In a few years, they're going to realize that something's wrong. Why would you ally yourself with no government if you know every government is going to be building weapons to take you down if you interfere with a protocol of theirs? Why would you help with some things, some catastrophic events but not others like political oppression?

    Superman, to me, is inspiring and wonderful because he isn't a straight beam of light that's always right. He's actually this zigzagging, trial-and-error beam of light, and in that, he's ten times as more inspiring than if he always knew the right thing to do. In that way, the last issue is very much about that idea.

    One of the things about issue #9 I love the most - again, not to spoil it - is that I think the person who understands that the best about Superman, in some ways, is Lex. There's a reason why, and it's a fun secret we reveal at the end of the issue. So it really ends where I hoped it would end, and I couldn't be prouder of it.

Read the full interview at Newsarama.com.

October 15, 2014: Warner Bros. Confirms Superhero Movie Slate Through 2020Print

Warner Bros. Today at a Time Warner investors meeting, Warner Bros.' Chairman and CEO Kevin Tsujihara outlined an aggressive content strategy for the Studio aimed at increasing profits while "doubling down on outstanding content, working with the best talent and maintaining the culture that makes Warner Bros. so great."

"The opportunity is huge. And no studio is better positioned to take advantage of it than Warner Bros."

"The demand for high quality video content is growing fast - in the United States and around the world - as new technologies have created new platforms and millions of new connected consumers," said Tsujihara. "The opportunity is huge. And no studio is better positioned to take advantage of it than Warner Bros."

As part of his presentation, Tsujihara announced a bold expansion of the industry's broadest theatrical slate, built around the largest, most important global franchises. Warner Bros. Pictures will release three LEGO-branded films over the next four years, building upon the enormous success of this year's "The LEGO Movie" ($468 million worldwide box office), starting with "Ninjago" in 2016, directed by Charlie Bean and produced by Dan Lin, Roy Lee, Phil Lord and Chris Miller. Batman will take a star turn in "The LEGO Batman Movie" in 2017, directed by Chris McKay, and the sequel, "The LEGO Movie 2," will debut in 2018.

The Studio will release three pictures, in 2016, 2018 and 2020, based on best-selling author J.K. Rowling's original story and screenwriting debut, "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them." Set in an extension of her familiar wizarding world, featuring magical creatures and characters inspired by Harry Potter's Hogwarts textbook and its fictitious author, Newt Scamander, "Fantastic Beasts" will be directed by David Yates, who directed the last four Harry Potter movies, and reunite the filmmaking team of David Heyman, J.K. Rowling, Steve Kloves and Lionel Wigram.

And, in a massive expansion of the Studio's DC Entertainment-branded content, Warner Bros. Pictures and New Line Cinema will release a slate of at least 10 movies - as well as stand-alone Batman and Superman films - from 2016 through 2020 that expands this prized universe of characters:

  • "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice," directed by Zack Snyder (2016)

  • "Suicide Squad," directed by David Ayer (2016)

  • "Wonder Woman," starring Gal Gadot (2017)

  • "Justice League Part One," directed by Zack Snyder, with Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill and Amy Adams reprising their roles (2017)

  • "The Flash," starring Ezra Miller (2018)

  • "Aquaman," starring Jason Momoa (2018)

  • "Shazam" (2019)

  • "Justice League Part Two," directed by Zack Snyder (2019)

  • "Cyborg," starring Ray Fisher (2020)

  • "Green Lantern" (2020)

Read the complete Press Release by clicking on the "Read More" link below.

October 15, 2014: Filming for "Batman v Superman" Headed to New MexicoPrint

Dawn of Justice Filming for "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" is preparing to head to New Mexico in the coming months.

    Sets are being built for “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” in southwestern New Mexico, near Deming, according to sources.

    Filming is slated to start in the Playas area in November, according to those sources. OneHeadlightInk.com, a New Mexico film blog, is also reporting the movie is slated to shoot in New Mexico.

Source: KOAT.com.

October 15, 2014: Shopping - Superman Wet Weather GearPrint

October 14, 2014: Lexcorp Trucks Spotted Around Broad Art MuseumPrint

The closure of roads around the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum in East Lansing today for filming of "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" has seen a number of new photos pop up online via Social Media.

Michigan State University posted online that the Broad and Circle Drive from Collingwood Drive to just west of the Broad are closed today through Friday, which indicates that filming on the movie is ready to take place during that period.

Rumor and speculation began to circulate when Lexcorp trucks were photographed on location.

On Location at the Broad Art Museum
Lexcorp Truck at the Broad Art Museum
Lexcorp Truck at the Broad Art Museum

Photos: David C. Jones, Greg Monahan and Simon Schuster

October 14, 2014: Laura Vandervoort Reacts to Supergirl TV Series NewsPrint

Laura Vandervoort IGN.com caught up with Laura Vandervoort at New York Comic Con for a video interview, where they asked her about her reaction to the news about a new live-action Supergirl TV series.

"I saw a lot of Twitter comments when that was happening that people wanted me to play Supergirl," she said. "I don't know what their plan is for it, but I wish them well, and maybe I can show up on it at some point. Maybe they'll have me come in as a villain or something; that would be fun."

As for what advice she could give to whoever lands the role of Supergirl she replied, "Just make it your own. Everyone has an idea how she should be, which I was concerned about when I played her. When you find a way to relate to her and bring your own self into it, I think people appreciate it. You can't make everything the same, so just make it your own."

Source: IGN.com

October 14, 2014: Matthew Reeve Talks About His Father at NYCCPrint

Matthew and Christopher Reeve Matthew Reeve, the 34 year old son of the late Christopher Reeve, attended New York Comic Con this past weekend, participate in a Q&A panel to reminisce about his late father and reveal "The Big Idea" campaign, which has introduced a device that has dramatically changed the lives of four injured individuals through epidural stimulation. The device has helped these men "to recover voluntary movements" with their legs and even stand, according to the organization's website.

    Reeve - flanked by four wheelchair-bound men, all wearing Superman shirts - addressed the audience at Comic Con on Saturday, by sharing what his famous father was like in everyday life.

    "I absolutely understand how everyone sees him as Superman," Reeve said. "To me he was dad and he was just awesome. He could fly an airplane, he could sail a boat, he was an accomplished piano player. Just the other day, I found some of his stuff and it had this sheet music in it ... To me, it looked like someone had just taken ink and thrown it at the page, but he minored in music theory."

    After the Comic Con panel, Reeve spoke to ABC News and touched on his father's untouchable legacy as Superman.

    "Superman was the original superhero and dad did such a fantastic job in his performance that for a lot of people, he just personified the role so strongly that it almost be impossible to disassociate," he said. "Still to this day, which is a source of pride."

Source: ABC News.

October 14, 2014: Superman Comics Available This WeekPrint

Supergirl #35 PreviewsWorld.com has released the list of comic books and other items on sale this week. Here are the Superman related items in that list.

On sale date: October 15, 2014 (unless otherwise stated).

The following products are expected to ship to comic book specialty stores this week, with all comics also available for digital download. Note that this list is tentative and subject to change. Please check with your retailer for availability.

Click on the comic book name to purchase its printed edition. Or click on the Kindle icon (Kindle) or iBooks icon (iBooks) next to a comic's title to download it in digital format.

Click on the magnifying glass icon (Sneak Peek) next to a comic's title for a sneak peek at the pages within.

Mild Mannered Reviews - Superman/Wonder Woman #12Print

Superman/Wonder Woman #12

Mild Mannered Reviews - Superman/Wonder Woman #12

Scheduled to arrive in stores: October 8, 2014

Cover date: December 2014


Writer: Charles Soule
Penciller: Jack Herbert, Walden Wong and Cliff Richards
Inker: Jack Herbert, Walden Wong and Cliff Richards

Reviewed by: Michael Bailey

    I am sitting here typing on my keyboard with a giant smile on my face.

    If I wasn't totally sold on the Superman/Wonder Woman relationship before I am now.

    I almost can't put into words how much I enjoyed this issue. From the opening pages where Superman and Wonder Woman are reunited and are just so happy to see each other to the spat they have in the middle of the issue to that ending where they felt like a real couple. I really don't have anything bad to say about this comic. It's odd. Usually I can find something that bugs me but the one thing that I had a problem with (Superman and Wonder Woman arguing in the middle of the book) turned out to be a plot point.

    Seriously. This was awesome.

Click here to read the complete review of Superman/Wonder Woman #12.

October 14, 2014: First Introduction to Superman - Poll ResultsPrint

Poll Position In the latest Superman Homepage Member Poll we asked the question:

What was your first introduction to Superman?

Most of you were introduced to Superman through the movies, with the cartoons slightly edging out comic books.

Here's the complete breakdown:

Comic Books
Comic Books
21% [23 Votes]

23% [26 Votes]

34% [38 Votes]

Live-Action TV Show
Live-Action TV Show
19% [21 Votes]

Toy/Action Figure
Toy/Action Figure
1% [1 Vote]

3% [3 Votes]

Video Game
Video Game
0% [0 Votes]

0% [0 Votes]

0% [0 Votes]

October 13, 2014: Your Live Superman Radio Show - Radio KAL Live!Print

Radio KAL Live! The Superman Homepage hosts a LIVE "Radio KAL" broadcast every week for Superman fans to come chat "on air" about the Man of Steel.

Here's what took place in tonight's show:

Check Out Hobbies Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio with SupermanHomepage on BlogTalkRadio

Our next show will be broadcast on Monday, October 20 at 7.30pm PDT in the U.S. (click here to check what time this is at your location).

To listen in visit www.SupermanHomepage.com/live at the designated time.

During the live broadcast you can phone (714) 242-6186 or click on the Skype icon (which will be available at the above link) during the show to be a caller and chat with us live "on air".

Subscribe to "Radio KAL Live!" via iTunes or your favorite Podcatcher.

October 13, 2014: Charles Rovan Says They Chose Affleck to Tower Over CavillPrint

Dawn of Justice In a video interview for Stephen Galloway's "The Hollywood Masters series", Charles Roven, "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" producer spoke at length about casting Ben Affleck in the role of Batman, which included the fact that he is taller than Henry Cavill.

    "He was the first guy we went to. That's who we wanted," said Roven, adding that Affleck had everything they were looking for in this new incarnation of both Bruce Wayne and his crime-fighting alter ego, Batman. "We knew that we wanted a very mature Batman, because we wanted to juxtapose him with this very young Superman. So we wanted a guy who was tougher, rugged, who had signs of life, who had lived a hard life, and we wanted the guy to have chops, for sure. So when we went down that list, there just weren't a tremendous number of guys who could carry that."

    Roven added that Affleck's height was also a factor.

    "We also wanted a guy with big stature. Ben is 6' 4". Henry [Cavill] is 6'1". We wanted Batman to tower over Superman. Not hugely, not like a basketball player. Superman needed to 'look up' to Batman. We wanted that dynamic, and Ben could do that, easily," he said.

Source: HollywoodReporter.com

October 13, 2014: Bryan Q. Miller Officially Announces the End of "Smallville" Comic Book SeriesPrint

Smallville Writer Bryan Q. Miller has written a detailed report on his Tumblr account explaining that the end of the "Smallville: Season 11" comic book series was planned and expected, while thanking everyone from the readers to the long list of creative people who were involved. Here's a brief excerpt from his post...

    The end was not sudden, was in no way contentious and was not a surprise from the creative side in the least - this was planned-planned-planned, and I blessedly had more than enough time to end things the way I had always intended. All told, there were maybe only TWO arcs out of the whole bunch that got kicked back when pitched - which, all things considered, is a pretty great success/failure ratio when it comes to this kind of thing. The series didn't truly lack for not having them.

    From the top down, everyone on this side of the screen worked endlessly to create a continuous Smallville experience from the television screen to the computer/tablet/phone display, to the printed page. As Clark's world grew and expanded into "Superman's", so did the kind of stories we were able to tell - ones of scale and scope that never would have been possible to realize or conceive on a television show's budget. For viewers who came to the platform (and comics!) from the show, thank you for trusting us with your characters, your world, your ships and your stories.

Read the full post at Bryan's Tumblr account.

"Smallville: Season 11", which enjoyed a run of 14 stories, equalling 125 digital issues or 40 print issues, will end its run with the conclusion of the current "Continuity" story.