Superman: Earth One Vol. 3
The follow-up to the NEW YORK TIMES #1 bestselling graphic novels SUPERMAN: EARTH ONE VOL. 1 and 2 is here! Written by J. Michael Straczynski with art by Ardian Syaf, SUPERMAN: EARTH ONE VOL. 3 follows a young Clark Kent as he continues his journey toward becoming the World's Greatest Super Hero.
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Superman: "It's not an S. On my planet it means sobriety."
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Kidder has fond memories of the filming here, especially the scenes along the Niagara River.
"I actually insisted on doing the bit where Lois clambers, sputtering, out of the Niagara River by myself. The stuntmen rolled their eyes but said nothing, so they harnessed me up, had six strong stuntmen making a circle behind me, and I stepped into the river," Kidder said from her home in California. "The current was so strong, but I was too proud to cry uncle. So frightened as I now was, as I should have been in the first place, I did the shot over and over again. I have never appreciated stuntmen and the stuff they put themselves through, more than I did that day."
†"This will be the first and probably only time that fans will ever get a chance to get a photo with Margot in the exact spot she filmed Superman II 35 years ago," said Chris Dabrowski, President of Niagara Falls Comic Con. "This opportunity will truly be a piece of movie history. It's once in a lifetime."
Jay Towers, morning news anchor for WJBK-Fox 2 News Detroit, who co-hosted the panel with Jim Bowers from CapedWonder.com, filed this report for Fox 2 News Detroit this morning.
If ever there were a face of evil in the DC Universe, this is it. Capturing the most malevolent villain the Justice League has ever faced, Sideshow Collectibles is proud to present the Darkseid Premium Format Figure.
Towering over two feet tall, the imposing ruler of the planet Apokolips lords over its war-torn and fiery terrain with an iron fist. As the formidable Omega Sanction burns bright in the eyes of the merciless tyrant, Darkseid seeks the Anti-Life Equation and - in turn - the means to usurp free will from all sentient life in the universe. A being of unparalleled might and immeasurable intelligence, his god-like powers make him not only a threat to our world and its heroes, but to every world within his powerful reach.
Not one to take disappointment lightly, he became the sworn enemy of Superman. He has vowed that the world will turn its back on the Man of Steel along with all other "alien" meddlers, and instead embrace him as Humanity's champion... and ruler.
Lex Luthor's greatest weapons are his highly analytical mind and vast scientific knowledge. He quickly analyzes any situation and formulates an efficient and deadly response. His many encounters with Superman have resulted in him creating an armored exoskeleton that exploits many of the hero's weaknesses.
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All these locales are being pitted against each other to survive, and when the dome comes down and Superman gets super again, he's faced with a neighboring Gotham from the alternate Flashpoint world where Bruce Wayne was killed as a little boy and it was his father, Thomas, who instead became Batman.
Superman and the Dark Knight have had a long relationship, but it becomes inverted when it's Thomas and Clark instead of Bruce and Clark, Jurgens says. "What happens when all of that is tied around the idea of Lois having a baby when you have a Batman who's a vigilante because he lost his son."
In this version of the characters, Superman appears to be a son of General Zod and is shown to be more violent and quick-tempered. Batman is not Bruce Wayne but Kirk Langstrom, who becomes a pseudo-vampire because of the bat venom that he used to try and cure his cancer. He now feeds on the blood of criminals in order to live. Wonder Woman is no longer an Amazon, but is the wife of Orion and is one of the New Gods. In the film and in the series, they still form the Justice League that is being persecuted for allegedly causing the massacre of a group of scientists.
"Justice League: Gods and Monsters" is an original animated film executive produced by Timm and co-produced by Burnett that will be released by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment later in 2015.
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Now that youíve seen a photo, what do you think of ?
Almost 90% of you think that Jesse Eisenberg looks good or better as Lex Luthor in the photo released. That's a pretty impressive statistic. Let's hope his performance is met with equal enthusiasm.
Here's the complete breakdown:
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38% [36 Votes]
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Cover date: May 2015
"Casualties of War"
Writer: Peter Tomasi
Penciller: Doug Mahnke and Ed Benes
Inker: Jaime Mendoza, Keith Champagne, Mark Irwin and Ed Benes
Reviewed by: Michael Bailey
That's where Tomasi won me over. Everyone seems to have a different dog in this Superman dating Wonder Woman race. Mine is seeing how writers explore why these two work as a couple. Superman dating Wonder Woman isn't a story. It's an idea. The story is how the two get along and why would they work romantically. The answers to that question can vary depending on what version of Superman and what version of Wonder Woman we're talking about. Right now we're dealing with an alienated but still wanting to be human Superman and a god of war Wonder Woman. These are not the ideal versions of either characters but this is the hand the New 52 dealt so that's the hand Tomasi is playing.