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  1. DC Co-Chairman James Gunn will be directing his own script for Superman: Legacy. The project is part of the multi-platform connected DC universe – “Chapter One, Gods and Monsters." Gunn announced that a new Superman movie will be made when he took the job at DC and Henry Cavill won't be returning as the Man of Steel. The new Superman movie will be about the early days of Superman. Superman Legacy tells the story of Superman’s journey to reconcile his Kryptonian heritage with his human upbringing as Clark Kent of Smallville, Kansas. He is the embodiment of truth, justice, and the American way, guided by human kindness in a world that sees kindness as old-fashioned. Superman: Legacy is scheduled for theaters worldwide on July 11th, 2025. Source: Deadline
  2. Thought I'd start a post showing some of my Superman/DC comics collection that I love so much. Tell me what you all think. And also feel free to show images of your collection.
  3. Wanted to get some people's thoughts on what they think is the best comic version action figure of Superman. I'm a big Superman fan and just want to make sure I have it for my collection. And if there isn't one now, what would be one that is coming soon (such as what McFarlane may make!!!) Thanks in advance for your feedback!
  4. Super simple paint job. Black over the yellow of the chest symbol and the belt. A little gold on the buckle and grey on the sides of the hair. My first paint job, done with acrylic model paint I had lying around, in about an hour.
  5. Next up for my custom Super Powers collection is an update to a previous custom, this time using the original SP Lex Luthor head. Hope you enjoy this, as always More to come
  6. In the 2018 documentary I Am Paul Walker, it was revealed by Paul Walker's manager, Matt Luber, and his stunt double, Oakley Lehman, that the late actor had the opportunity to portray Clark Kent, the Man of Steel. Luber disclosed in the documentary, which recently aired on The CW, that Walker was screen testing for the role of Superman and was considered the frontrunner for a lucrative $10 million deal. Lehman, who was not only Walker's stunt double but also his childhood friend, confirmed that the actor was seriously considering taking on the iconic superhero role. However, Walker ultimately decided against it as he did not want to be tied down to playing Superman for multiple films and the rest of his life. According to Luber, Walker was even dressed in the Superman costume during the audition when he abruptly made up his mind and left, expressing his discontent with the situation. In 2003, Walker disclosed the reasons behind his decision to decline the role of Superman when DC attempted to revive the franchise. Walker passed away on November 30, 2013, at the age of 40, as a result of a car collision. Source: Deadline
  7. Since I was feeling in a "Super" mood yesterday, ( bad pun, I know.) I decided to go to work on Superman's cousin the "Girl of Steel", Supergirl. This was made using a McFarlane Wonder Woman as a base. ( with a lot of sanding.ugh.) then added a head from a Fresh Monkey fiction Blank Slate figure, skirt from a Mary Marvel Shazam movie figure. Then finally made a mold from the 70s Pocket Heroes Superman to make her "S" logo. Hope you enjoy this, more to come.
  8. Next up is Super Powers Gangbuster! Doesn't get more obscure than the time Superman was suffering through PTSD after sending Zod and the other Kryptonian villains to their death in the Phantom Zone, that he took on a new identity as the vigilante Gangbuster. Roughing up hooligans Daredevil style and breaking bones. Only when discovered by Metropolis' other hero Guardian, (and yes hes coming at some point.) did he exile himself into space to get his together.
  9. Heres Super Lex! This was made up by me with spare parts, I had in the box. My thought process is this is what Luthor fantasizes about when he let's himself dream. A world where he's the hero and has the power and Superman is the evil despot trying to take over the planet.
  10. Next up for my McFarlane Super Powers collection is an updated Lex Luthor in Battle Armor. Made from various Lightyear, Marvel Universe, and DC figures that I pieced together. I hope you enjoy this, and remember, as always more to come.
  11. Here's my take on a McFarlane Super Powers Bizarro. I based him on artist Ed McGuiness' redesign of the character from his early 2000's run on the comic. The base is a McFarlane Superman that I used apoxie sculpt for the hair. The cape is from the one and only Capemaster. Hope you enjoy this take, and please hit like button or leave feedback, if you do. Thanks.
  12. Warner Bros. Discovery has meticulously remastered Max Fleischer’s treasured set of 17 animated Superman shorts from the original 35mm source elements. Max Fleischer’s Superman 1941-1943 will be available to purchase Digitally on HD and on Blu-ray on May 16, 2023. Superman made his comic book debut in 1938, appearing in Action Comics #1 (dated June 1938, but officially published on April 18, 1938), and the Man of Steel’s popularity grew with his subsequent radio program. Max Fleischer gave the world’s first Super Hero his initial animated spotlight, producing 17 theatrical animated shorts from September 1941 to July 1943 that further elevated the character’s profile, and added many significant aspects to his canon – including coining many of Superman’s patented catchphrases and attributes. Warner Bros. Discovery’s advanced remastering process began with a 4K, 16-bit scan of Fleischer’s original 35mm successive exposure negative. Staying true to the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.37-to-1, the highest quality raw image was then scanned and then entered into the recombine process – utilizing special proprietary software to merge the successive exposure Technicolor negatives into a single RGB color image. The end result is pristine animated shorts that have been restored to the animators’ originally intended production quality. Well-known radio actors Clayton “Bud” Collyer and Joan Alexander reprised their famed The Adventures of Superman radio show roles for the Fleischer/Famous Studios animated shorts as Superman/ Clark Kent and Lois Lane, respectively. Jackson Beck provided the voice of Perry White and the show’s primary narrator. Additional voices, many of whom had participated in the Superman radio program, were provided by Jack Mercer, Grant Richards, Julian Noa, Lee Royce, Max Smith, Sam Parker, and Carl Meyer. Max Fleischer’s Superman 1941-1943 will be available on May 16, 2023, to purchase Digitally in HD from Amazon Prime Video, AppleTV, Google Play, Vudu, and more, and on Blu-ray at major retailers both online and in-store. EPISODES (AND PREMIERE DATE): Superman (Mad Scientist) – 9/26/1941 The Mechanical Monsters – 11/28/1941 Billion Dollar Limited – 1/9/1942 Arctic Giant – 2/27/1942 The Bulleteers – 3/27/1942 The Magnetic Telescope – 4/24/1942 Electric Earthquake – 5/15/1942 Volcano – 7/10/1942 Terror on the Midway – 8/28/1942 The Japoteurs – 9/18/1942 Showdown – 10/16/1942 The Eleventh Hour – 11/20/1942 Destruction, Inc. – 12/25/1942 The Mummy Strikes – 2/19/1943 Jungle Drums – 3/26/1943 Underground World – 6/18/1943 Secret Agent – 7/30/1943 SPECIAL FEATURES INCLUDE: New Featurette – Superman: Speeding Toward Tomorrow – Superman’s exploits in the Fleischer series modernized the monomyth of the Greek godlike hero and expanded and romanticized the prevalent themes of sci-fi and fantasy. It was this combination of heartfelt storytelling, relatable heroes, and amazing visuals that has endeared the Fleischer series to fans as one of the greatest superhero stories of all time. This featurette explores visual storytelling as the lavish animation, with special attention paid to all the atomic age technology, pushes science fiction closer to becoming a powerful social and pop culture force. Featurette – First Flight: The Fleischer Superman Series – The Origins and Influence of This Groundbreaking Cartoon Series – A gathering of contemporary animators, comic book & animation historians, and legendary Fleischer artists examine these beloved shorts, focusing on the animation and the breakthrough techniques that created it, as well as studying the title character’s place in history. Featurette – The Man, the Myth, Superman: Exploring the Tradition of Superman Heroes on the Page and Screen – A fascinating study of Superman-esque characters throughout history – in ancient myth, literature, and film – that bring forth imaginative, super-human qualities, captivating audiences and enduring the test of time. Pricing and film information: PRODUCT SRP Digital HD Purchase $14.99 USA and CANADA Blu-ray $33.99 USA, 39.99 CANADA Languages: English Subtitles: English, French Running Time: 145 minutes
  13. One of the Man of Steel’s most personal tales in DC history – from the mind of comics icon Grant Morrison, and produced under the expert oversight of animation legends Bruce Timm and Dwayne McDuffie – All-Star Superman will be available to own on 4K Ultra HD for the very first time on April 18, 2023, from Warner Bros. Discovery Home Entertainment. Grant Morrison's beloved, Eisner Award-winning vision of Superman's heroic final days on Earth is brought to exquisite, animated life in All-Star Superman. The film begins as the Man of Steel rescues an ill-fated mission to the Sun (sabotaged by Lex Luthor) but, in the process, is oversaturated by radiation - which accelerates his cell degeneration. Sensing even he will be unable to cheat death, Superman ventures into new realms - finally revealing his secret to Lois, confronting Lex Luthor's perspective of humanity, and attempting to ensure Earth's safety before his impending end with one final, selfless act. Twelve years after its initial release, All-Star Superman holds a “Fresh” rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The film was the 10th in the ongoing series of DC Universe Movies and DC Animated Movies that now number more than 50 films across 17 years. The star-studded voice cast is headed by James Denton (Good Witch, Desperate Housewives), Christina Hendricks (Mad Men, Good Girls), and Anthony LaPaglia (Without A Trace) as Superman, Lois Lane, and Lex Luthor, respectively. Other noteworthy cast members are seven-time Emmy Award winner Ed Asner (Up, Elf, The Mary Tyler Moore Show) as Perry White, Golden Globe winner Frances Conroy (American Horror Story, Joker, Six Feet Under) as Ma Kent, Matthew Gray Gubler (Criminal Minds, Alvin and the Chipmunks franchise) as Jimmy Olsen and Linda Cardellini (Avengers: Endgame, Dead to Me, ER) as Nasty. Rounding out the impressive cast are Arnold Vosloo (The Mummy), Steve Blum (Star Wars: Rebels, Cowboy Bebop, Naruto), Catherine Cavadini (Elvis, Soul, The Powerpuff Girls), Finola Hughes (General Hospital, Staying Alive), Alexis Denisof (Guardians of the Galaxy, Angel), Obba Babatunde (S.W.A.T., That Thing You Do!), John DiMaggio (Futurama, Interview with the Vampire), Chris Cox (Family Guy), Robin Atkin Downes (The Strain, Batman: The Long Halloween), Kevin Michael Richardson (Mortal Kombat, The Simpsons), Fred Tatasciore (Star Trek: Lower Decks, American Dad!) and Michael Gough (Overwatch, Batman: Arkham Origins). All-Star Superman is executive produced by animation guru Bruce Timm (Batman: The Animated Series) and directed by Sam Liu (Batman: The Killing Joke, The Death and Return of Superman) from a script by acclaimed animation/comics writer Dwayne McDuffie (Static Shock, Justice League/Justice League Unlimited). McDuffie, an incomparable force in the comics and animation realm, was a co-founder of Milestone Media, the industry’s most successful minority-owned-and-operated comic company. His creations are headlined by Static Shock, for which he won a Humanitas Prize in 2003, and he served as a producer in helping guide the beloved Justice League/Justice League Unlimited animated series. McDuffie passed away in 2011 at the age of 49. All-Star Superman will be available to purchase on April 18, 2023, on 4K Ultra HD both online and in-store at major retailers. SPECIAL FEATURES INCLUDE: The Art of the All-star Adaptation (New Featurette) – Go behind the scenes and inside the process of screenwriting, character designing, and scoring the animated adaptation of the quintessential Superman comic series, All-Star Superman. This fascinating featurette includes insight from executive producer Bruce Timm, director Sam Liu, character designer Dusty Abell and composer Christopher Drake. An All-Star Salute to the Silver Age Superman (New Featurette) – Explore DC’s historical inspirations in Grant Morrison’s love letter to the wildly fantastic Silver Age of Superman in comics. Superman Now (Featurette) – In a moment of inspiration, Grant Morrison was provided an opportunity to revamp the Man of Steel into something modern, something more relevant for today's audience. This is the story of All-Star Superman - where it all started, and what it came to be. The Creative Flow: Incubating the Idea with Grant Morrison (Featurette) – A detailed look at Grant Morrison’s original sketches and ideas. Audio Commentary – Featuring the thoughts of Bruce Timm and Grant Morrison. Digital Comic Book – All-Star Superman Pricing and film information: PRODUCT SRP 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack* $33.99 USA * Features an Ultra HD Blu-ray disc in 4K with HDR, a Blu-ray disc featuring the film in hi-definition, and a digital version of the movie Languages: English, French, and Spanish Running Time: 76 minutes Rated PG for some violence
  14. Henry Cavill wanted to be a nice guy and wait until everyone had a chance to see Black Adam over the weekend before announcing that he was officially back as Superman. The end of Black Adam was teased with an appearance by Cavill as Superman, which leads us to believe that the sequel to Black Adam will have Dwayne Johnson’s anti-hero and the Man of Steel going 15 rounds. Check out the Instagram post by Cavill with his announcement and what was shown in Black Adam is just "a small taste of things to come.” https://www.instagram.com/reel/CkGjGIZL4rk/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link
  15. Continuing with my villains for the McFarlane Super Powers line, It's time for Doomsday! I used a DC Superheroes upper half and filled in the elbow joints with apoxie sculpt, and a fresh repaint. Then for the lower half, I really went to work with the apoxie on the new 52 Darkseid Super Powers figure. Lot of fun. Hope you enjoy this, and leave feedback. Much appreciated and as always, more to come.
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