DC Collectibles Superman By Moebius Statue
Based on the artwork of Moebius. Sculpted by Chris Dahlberg. Legendary artist Moebius brings his unique artistic style to the Man of Steel line with this newest entry in the line of statues based on the artwork from Superman #400. Limited edition of 5,200. Measures approximately 8.25" tall.
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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The cast of the "Supergirl" TV series includes: Melissa Benoist as Kara/Supergirl, Chyler Leigh as Alexandra "Alex" Danvers, Mehcad Brooks as James Olsen, Laura Benanti as Alura Zor-El, Calista Flockhart as Cat Grant, David Harewood as Hank Henshaw, and Jeremy Jordan as Winslow Schott.
Andrew Kreisberg (The Flash and Arrow), Greg Berlanti and Ali Adler are writers on the series. Glen Winter is directior of the pilot episode from a script penned by Ali Adler (No Ordinary Family) and Greg Berlanti (Arrow), both of whom are executive producers alongside Sarah Schechter and Andrew Kreisberg.
The Supergirl TV series is expected to debut on CBS this September.
The former Glee star coupled that with a form-fitting neon orange skirt that showed off the actress's toned legs.
She finished off her look with a pair of beige flats and wore her long brunette locks pulled back into a ponytail.
She was spotted wearing a pair of thin-framed black glasses, and sported a large black purse slung over her shoulder.
The star seemed to have her hands full, as she carried a coffee, a small brown bag, and had a newspaper and what appeared to be a manila envelope under her arm.
Later she was spotted making her way onto set in a fitted pale pink dress which featured black piping along the collar and the waist.
She coupled that with a pair of tan Ugg boots, and wore her hair in a high ponytail, accessorizing with small gold hoop earrings.
There are more photos of Melissa Benoist from the LA shoot at JustJared.com.
The cast consists of: Melissa Benoist as Kara/Supergirl, Chyler Leigh as Alexandra "Alex" Danvers, Mehcad Brooks as James Olsen, Laura Benanti as Alura Zor-El, Calista Flockhart as Cat Grant, David Harewood as Hank Henshaw, and Jeremy Jordan as Winslow Schott.
Andrew Kreisberg (The Flash and Arrow) recently joined Greg Berlanti and Ali Adler as a writer on the series. Glen Winter is directing the pilot episode from a script penned by Ali Adler (No Ordinary Family) and Greg Berlanti (Arrow), both of whom will be executive producers alongside Sarah Schechter and Andrew Kreisberg.
The Supergirl TV series is expected to debut on CBS this September.
Krypto can also use Vigilance, a skill that enhances other abilities; Man's Best Friend, which he can use to rush to defend his allies;†On the Hunt, a devastating howl that slows enemies; and Piercing Howl, a loud bark that shoots a blast of air. Dawnbase has a full description of Krypto's powers.
A Windows PC version of "Infinite Crisis" is currently in open beta stage and will be†officially released on March 26.
"Infinite Crisis" is a free-to-play multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) with a robust lineup of DC Comics Champions, including Batman, Superman, Joker, Wonder Woman, and more.
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GLY: That's just an essential part of the character. And as I'm writing, what I'm expecting is that it will come out organically. Superman has been around for so long; he's been around for, what, eight decades now? And he goes through these different eras where different aspects of who he is get emphasized. I think at the core of him is the idea of the immigrant experience. His creators were two children of Jewish immigrants. And embedded in his origin story is this idea of negotiating between two cultures and trying to take two halves of himself and create something that's whole and unified. I'm hoping what will happen is as we build our narrative, that aspect will come out organically.
HC: Has any of the art started? John, do you have a script yet or is that still in the process?
JRJ: I do not have the script for No. 41. I actually am knee-deep into issue 40, which I am attempting to dialogue myself. I'm plotting it, and I'm going to pencil it, and I'm going to attempt to dialogue it, and hopefully I can make it through without adding any more gray hairs to myself. I'm having a lot of fun with it. I ended up plotting it and throwing in as much dialogue into it for descriptive purposes to make everyone happy, but it actually helped myself out. I'm going work on No. 40 for a little while longer, and I haven't gotten the script for No. 41 yet, but I'm looking forward to it. I've spoken to Gene several times, along with the other teams that work on the character, and there's this grand design for the character and the stories that is really very, very good. Not that I would tell you in an interview that it was awful, but I'm very happy with it. That an idea that could make you cringe ended up being such a brilliant idea, and I know because I was a part of the idea that could make somebody cringe. And now there's a whole Super-story, and [DC] is listening to all of these writers, Gene included, that have been working on - a year's worth, Gene?
GLY: We're trying to figure out something that will take him through a big chunk of time. We've been talking about 10 months to a year's worth of story. Superman, because he's such an important character in the DC Universe, there are four titles where he's one of the main stars. There's "Superman," there's "Batman/Superman," "Superman/Wonder Woman" and "Action Comics." All of the writers of these books [Yang, Greg Pak and Peter J. Tomasi], we got together for a conference in New York a couple weeks ago to just talk through the character, talk through some sort of a premise that would be able to go through all those books. That was the tricky part, coming up with some kind of a premise that would both give us as writers the freedom to tell stories with our own voices, but also give all of these books a sense of unity.
Our goal in June is just to make JUSTICE LEAGUE a character-driven event book. We want to make it as big as we possibly can. Our issue in June is forty pages long. We're treating it like the biggest story we could ever do. Again, on the surface, it might look like it's very epic in scope but it is a very very personal story for the team.
"The Darkseid War" will begin within the pages of "Justice League #41", scheduled for release on June 17.
In short, you could call DC's June (and July; as six of the 24 new titles - Cyborg, Dark Universe, Martian Manhunter, Mystik U, and Justice League United - will debut one month later) a "soft relaunch" of 2011's 'New 52.'" The New 52 started 52 DC titles over with new #1 issues and a single universe.
"The Batman 8-pager will change the status quo of Batman, the Superman 8-pager will change the status quo of Superman, and the Justice League 8-pager will set up the Darkseid War," said DC Co-publisher Dan DiDio. "So each one of those will have ramifications, as people will expect."
After the May 2 Free Comic Book Day, 8-pagers will continue in DC's books throughout the month. "People [will] get a chance to read these books, see the different styles of art, read the different types of stories, and see how we plan to interpret our characters in a new way," DiDio said. "And hopefully, in doing so, they'll get excited about the new books when they come out in June. I think this is a necessary tool, and really so valuable to inform out what we have planned for all these books. It gives everyone a chance to sample them in advance before they hit the shelves."
Writer: Grant Morrison
Penciller: Jim Lee
Inker: Scott Williams et al
Main Cover: Jim Lee with Rian Hughes
Reviewed by: T.A. Ewart (aka liheibao)
On sale date: March 11, 2015 (unless otherwise stated).
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