Did the 1992 “Death of Superman” storyline from DC Comics send you into a fit of fanboy fury? Max Landis, son of director John Landis and writer of the film Chronicle, was pretty ticked by it. His 15-minute rant-slash-reenactment is required viewing for all true comic book fans.
You’ve probably never wondered to yourself, “What would it be like if Aardman did DC Comics superheroes?” (Aardman, in case you don’t know, is the claymation studio behind Wallace & Gromit, Chicken Run, Arthur Christmas, and lots more.) Today you’re going to find out exactly what it’s like.
LEGO has just released its first toys in the new “LEGO DC Universe Superheroes” lineup (“LEGO Marvel Superheroes” sets are coming later this year). To celebrate, adult LEGO builder Rod Gillies created this awesome TV displaying a Superman minifigure TV show — and it really plays.
As time gains distance from Tim Burton’s late 90s attempt at rebooting the Superman film series with the proposed Nicolas Cage film Superman Lives, the Internet gets more and more looks at the extensive pre-production work that was done before the flick was canned. Here are some goodies that underscore just how different and weird [...]
With all of the great superhero movies that there have been, there’ve been quite a few stinkers as well. And then there have been some that never made it before cameras — both promising sounding scripts and some that were so very, very bad. Here are 11 superhero films that might have been.
At this moment, director Zack Snyder is busy reinventing Superman on the big screen, with actor Henry Cavill in the red and blue. In a complete break from past continuity, The Man of Steel will present a new telling of Superman’s origin story. Our Dark Knight Rises fan-made poster gallery was a big hit, so here’s [...]
Superhero real estate has always been an essential part of the genre, from Bat-caves to orbiting satellites. Considering the cave option, other than the Bat, the rest of the world appears to have moved on as writers compete to make the most surreal bases, as evidenced by the phenomenal Ant Farm of Frankenstein, Agent of [...]
Superheroes and artwork will never get old. At least not if the artwork is good, or at the very least, interesting. I just discovered an artist by name of Keron Grant, and what he has done with a handful of superheroes is definitely interesting, and I dare say, awesome. Don’t forget to get involved in [...]
Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures have headed off speculation and potential spy photos of their new Superman by releasing this early promotional image for a movie that’s almost 2 years away. The Immortals‘ Henry Cavill stars Superman in 2013′s The Man of Steel.
The 5-minute scene you’re about to watch cost Warner Bros. $10 million to make. It was meant to be the opening of Superman Returns, Bryan Singer’s 2006 big-budget film that heralded Superman‘s return to the big screen. But there’s a very good reason it didn’t make the cut: it’s dull as dirt.