Superman Lois Lane Rescue Fleischer Statue
Inspired by Fleischer Studio's animated shorts of the 1940s, this Superman Lois Lane Rescue Fleischer Statue captures a tender moment between Superman and Lois Lane.
Supergirl TV Series Statue
It's a bird, it's a plane, it's Superman? No, it's Supergirl! This Supergirl TV Series Statue features the likeness of actress Melissa Benoist and stands about 12 1/2-inches tall. Sculpted by Adam Ross, this is one statue no Supergirl fan will want to miss out on!
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Cover date: September 2, 2009
Writer: John Arcudi
Artist: Lee Bermejo
Writer: Jimmy Palmiotti
Artist: Amanda Conner
Reviewed by: Barry Freiman
What an incredible failure by John Arcudi. There is no pace to this story whatsoever. We've spent three weeks now on this huge revelation about the telepathic influence the aliens have when it was pretty clear from the beginning this was what was going on. At least it remains a beautifully drawn strip.
This week's Supergirl, by Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner, has Dr. Mid-Nite explaining to Kara that sunspot activity that is being siphoned by aliens is what affected the super-pets. Kara flies off toward the sun to confront the aliens. Dr. Mid-Nite stays behind to take care of Krypto and Streaky but, while his back is turned, the pair fly out the window following after Supergirl.
Sunspots? Aliens? That's the best you can come up with. How about Red Kryptonite? Even the Filmation cartoons came up with a better excuse for crazy Krypto behavior in one Superboy episode - crooks were using a device that affected the Dog of Steel's behavior which made it easier for the crooks to steal without Boy of Steel interference. After nine weeks, I expected something a bit more creative than sunspots and aliens.
See ya next week in the funny pages!
Check out the Comic Index Lists for the complete list of Superman-related comics published in 2009.