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Her little fighter then took a turn for the worse and medics told Kaye and fiance Scott to consider turning off his ventilator.
But the superhero fans begged for a few more days with their baby and had him christened 'Kalel' - Superman's 'real' name on the planet Krypton before he crashed to earth.
Overnight their poorly baby defied doctors to drastically improve and within days he was off his ventilator.
Now the little fighter is six months old and finally at home, but his astounded family still can't believe their little hero is alive and well.
Amy Adams was on set within the building at 111 Wacker, which is being used to represent the Daily Planet building entry.
That man is Bob Holiday, who played Superman on Broadway in the 1966 production of "It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's Superman!"
Today, November 12, is Bob's 82nd birthday!
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This Superman figure is easily one of the more striking in my personal collection. It stands in full view of anyone who enters my collection room, on my main desk. The cape is a vibrant red and gives a real flair to Superman's stance.
However, it's the maneuverability of the figure that allows you to truly make it your own. With over 30 points of articulation, you can position Superman in whatever stance (or flight) position you like, giving you a unique opportunity to create a different look to the same figure time and time again. The interchangeable hands add another dimension of personalization.
The Man of Steel: Superman Sixth Scale Figure features:
|Superman Bath & Body Set
|Superman ~ Embroidered Bath Towel ~ Blue
|Superman Mega Box Decanter Bath & Body Set
|Superman 14 Piece Bath Set
|Superman Bath Time Play Shave Set
|DC Comic Justice League Embroidered Bath Towel
|Superman Fabric Shower Curtain
|Superman Hooded Towel Bath Poncho Wrap
|DC Comics Superman Adult Lounge Bath Robe
|Whitexue Comic Hero Superman Waterproof Shower Curtain
|BALLEE Superman Man of Steel Logo Shower Curtain
|Superman Logo Bathroom Shower Curtain
|Superman Bathroom Shower Curtain
|Superman Bathroom Shower Curtain
|Whitexue Superman Logo Shower Curtain
For Superman fans, here is the info on the books involving Superman and Supergirl...
Writer: Dan Jurgens
Artist: Lee Weeks and Dan Jurgens/Norm Rapmund
Superman and Lois deal with the impending birth of their child as he is called in to protect the city.
Writer: Frank Tieri
Artist: Vicente Cifuentes
When Supergirl, Zatanna, and Jade went to Jessie Quick's baby shower, they didn't expect to be taken to another planet for a year, or to be attacked by Flashpoint Aquaman.
Convergence comprises a nine-part weekly comic book series that begins on April 1 with issue #0 and ends with issue #8 on May 27, as well as 40 brand-new 2-part mini-series to be published throughout April and May.
In "LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham", the Caped Crusader joins forces with the super heroes of the DC Comics universe and blasts off to outer space to stop the evil Brainiac from destroying Earth. Using the power of the Lantern Rings, Brainiac shrinks worlds to add to his twisted collection of miniature cities from across the universe. Now the greatest super heroes and the most cunning villains must unite and journey to different Lantern Worlds to collect the Lantern Rings and stop Brainiac before it's too late.
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The Justice League will square off against Bizarro versions of themselves, before teaming up to defend Earth from Darkseid.
As an added bonus, the Blu-Ray and DVD combo pack will also come with a Batzarro LEGO figure. "Justice League vs. Bizarro League"†is set to release on February 10, 2015. No pricing or pre-order information available at this point in time.
On sale date: November 12, 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.
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Cover date: January 2015
Writer: Greg Pak
Penciller: Aaron Kuder
Inker: Aaron Kuder
Reviewed by: Michael Bailey
Problem number one is that Pak is keeping on with the whole, "Clark thinks the world is just fine without Superman" thing. Now in and of itself that isn't a huge problem as this is the time to deal with such a thing. The problem is that Pak doesn't really deal with it. We get a hint of it on the first page and then outside of his interaction with Lana it isn't mentioned again. I realize this is the first issue in a continued story, so maybe I am asking took much but it still bugged me.
Problem number two was that interaction with Lana. Again, given everything that happened to her parents it makes sense that Lana would have issues with Clark but I just don't like how it's playing out. Her getting on him about making promises right after he saved the day is the type of thing that always rubs me the wrong way. Basically this guy just saved you but because he wasn't there when your parents died because he had other things going on doesn't mean that he should stop making promises. I understand Lana's grief. I understand that this sort of thing creates conflict and drama. I am just done with it as a storytelling device.
Superman was first connected with "Sesame Street" via an animated insert produced by Filmation (the same company who created the 1966 "The New Adventures of Superman" cartoons), for the first Test Pilot of the children's program. Re-using footage from the cartoon episode "The Chimp Who Made it Big", the "Sesame Street" segment sees Superman up against a giant ape who has Kryptonite vision. Superman uses a lead door to shield himself from the deadly green rays, before briefly announcing the letter "D" for door. It is believed the voice used in this segment was that of Clayton "Bud" Collyer, who also voiced Superman in the 1966 cartoons and in the 1940s radio series.
On January 21, 1971, Superman appeared in a more susbtantial segment on "Sesame Street" (episode 184), where the Filmation animation depicted the Man of Steel teaching children about the letter "S".
And we can't forget Super Grover, a long-running spoof of Superman. His secret identity is Grover Kent.
After his horse riding accident Christopher Reeve appeared on "Sesame Street" twice. Once on his own, where he recites the alphabet with Ernie and his rubber duckie.
And another time with his son Will, where Chris talks to Zoe and Big Bird about being in a wheel chair.
More recently, Henry Cavill appeared on the premiere episode of the 44th season of "Sesame Street", joining Elmo to talk about "Respect".
Did you or someone in your family dress up as a Superman related character for Halloween?
A pretty even result across both the Yes and the No votes. So let's see some photos from those who did!
Here's the complete breakdown:
41% [27 Votes]
44% [29 Votes]
We don't dress up for Halloween
15% [10 Votes]