"Young Justice: The Complete First Season" Blu-ray
All 26 episodes of the first season will be included in this Blu-ray collection, which will be released on August 12.
How do you feel about Warner Bros. moving the release date of "Batman v Superman" to March 25, 2016?
Seems that the vast majority of fans are happy with the release date moving from May to March 2016. The naysayers were few and far between.
Here's the complete breakdown:
Excellent! I'm very happy!
52% [51 Votes]
Good! I'm fine with it.
27% [27 Votes]
3% [3 Votes]
Bad move. I don't like it.
3% [3 Votes]
Terrible decision! They should have stayed with May 6, 2016!
1% [1 Vote]
I don't care either way
14% [14 Votes]
Here's what took place in tonight's show:
Our next show will be broadcast on Monday, August 26 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.
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United States of America
Episodes of "Smallville" air on TNT in the U.S. on some weekday mornings. This week's episodes are: Monday - 5.00am "Thirst", 6.00am "Exposed"; Tuesday - 5.00am "Splinter", 6.00am "Solitude"; Wednesday - 5.00am "Lexmas", 6.00am "Fanatic"; Thursday - 5.00am "Lockdown", 6.00am "Reckoning"; Friday - 5.00am "Vengeance", 6.00am "Tomb".
The movie "Hollywoodland", about the life and death of George Reeves, will air on SUNDANCE on Monday, August 18 at 9.00am.
The movie "Superman II" will air on ION Television in the U.S. on Monday, August 18 at 11.00am.
The animated movie "Justice League: The New Frontier" will air in the U.S. on Encore Family on Wednesday, August 20 at 11.25pm; and then on Encore Action on Friday, August 22 at 6.15am.
The "Justice League Unlimited" episode titled "Destroyer" will air in the U.S. on Saturday, August 23 at 9.30am on The CW's Vortexx programming block.
The movie "Man of Steel" will air on MAX in the U.S. on Monday, August 18 at 3.55pm; then on MOMAX on Thursday, August 21 at 2.20pm; and back on MAX on Saturday, August 23 at 9.00am.
NetFlix.com also has a number of Superman and Justice League TV shows and movies available to watch online.
"Superman Returns" will air on YTV in Canada on Saturday, August 23 at 4.00pm and 8.00pm EDT.
In Australia, the animated movie "Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox" will air on Foxtel's Family movie channel on Monday, August 18 at 9.05pm; and Friday, August 22 at 4.45am.
In Australia, the animated movie "Superman Unbound" will air on Foxtel's Family movie channel on Tuesday, August 19 at 12.30am.
In Australia, "Man of Steel" will air on Foxtel's Premiere movie channel at 8.30pm on Thursday, August 21.
In Australia, "Superman III" will air on GO! (99) at 7.50pm on Saturday, August 23.
If there's anything I've missed please don't hesitate to let me know.
"I was a big reader of the comic book Superman, which I had the first editions for 10 cents," he said of the superhero comics now worth millions, "which my mother threw away."
An estimated 60 celebrities and fans had come from around the world to the San Fernando Valley to pay tribute to one of Hollywood's earliest and most successful TV series from 1952-58.
The event was followed by lunch at the Beverly Garland Hotel with a possible tour today of Reeve's boyhood and adult haunts, including the Benedict Canyon home where in 1959 he'd committed suicide.
Source: San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Cover date: October 2014
"Know Thy Self"
Writer: Aaron Kuder
Penciller: Jorge Jimenez
Inker: Jorge Jimenez
Cover: Jorge Jimenez & Michael Atiyeh
Reviewed by: Adam Dechanel
What a way to go! It was a great issue that delivered a satisfying end to the book. One final book awaits us in Superboy: Futures End #1 but the series is now gone.
Aaron Kuder gave us an ending that was far and away the best Super book of late - all the loose ends are gone - perhaps only the Evil Legion is the only thing left that's a bit fuzzy. My niggle is the explaining the series in flashback - I know it's necessary for those that didn't endure the series up until this point but the retread just felt forced.
Cover date: October 2014
"The Kryptonian" - Part 6
Writer: Tom Taylor
Penciller: Nicola Scott
Inker: Trevor Scott
Cover: J.G. Jones and Paul Mounts
Reviewed by: T.A. Ewart (aka liheibao)
"I want to stare hard into the heart of both of these characters and their true love and see what that love means to us, the DC Universe and the people of Earth," Tomasi says. "Does it pose a danger or a threat? If two people like that are together and in love, where is the drama in that, and what repercussions does it have?"
Although he's getting free reign in terms of supporting villains, it's the two heroes in the title who really brought Tomasi on board: "They're two obviously headstrong characters, physically strong characters and characters who have very strong opinions on how the world should work."
The issue, one of less than 50 unrestored copies believed to remain today, being sold by Darren Adams who owns Pristine Comics in Federal Way, Seattle, is expected to fetch over $3 million by time the auction ends in just over 8 days.
Cover date: October 2014
Superman Doomed: Last Sun - Chapter One: "Assimilation"
Writer: Greg Pak
Penciller: Aaron Kuder and Scott Kolins
Inker: Aaron Kuder and Scott Kolins
Reviewed by: Michael Bailey
I haven't been that excited after reading a Superman comic in a long time. In all honesty the last time I got this much of a charge was during the whole REIGN OF THE DOOMSDAYS thing, so it's kind of weird that the next story to get me going after that also involves Doomsday.
I'm trying to find a way to write this review without repeating everything I have been saying about this story since it started. When they first announced DOOMED I was open to the story but I had no idea I would end up enjoying it as much as I have. I like that the creators involved decided to play with us readers by making us think the main thrust of this story was going to deal with Superman falling victim to the Doomsday Virus. He did and it was interesting to see that play out but now we have Brainiac and Mongul and Non and the Phantom King and seven billion people under alien control and it's all so freaking good.
"Chaos" - Part 11
Writer: Bryan Q. Miller
Artists: Agustin Padilla
Colorist: Carrie Strachan
Reviewed by: Matt Schorr
Please, allow me to explain...
Scenes like this are what so many non-Superman fans (or perhaps I should say "anti-Superman" fans) point to and say "See? He's too powerful. That's why he sucks." And in this case, they'd sort of be right. We've been told for the past few issues Superman can't survive Bleed Space anymore than Lois can. But once he's shot out of the ship, he simply doubles back and tears a hole in the ship's hull. To be fair, at least he appears to be struggling a bit, but it still negates most of what we've been told up to this point. "He can't survive Bleed Space ... He can't survive Bleed Space ... Wait! He survived." It feels cheap and lazy, from a storytelling standpoint. And while I've pointed out flaws in Miller's storytelling here and there, he's better than this.