DC Collectibles Bombshells Supergirl Statue
Are you a fan of Kara Zor-El? Supergirl looks like a pinup girl from the 1940s and 1950s! Statue is sculpted by artist Tim Miller. She sure looks happy! Sculpted by artist Tim Miller, the DC Comics Bombshells Supergirl Statue stands a little over 10 1/2-inches tall, with a look inspired by the pinup girls of the 1940s and 1950s. If you're a Supergirl reader or fan of the Kara Zor-El, you must add this amazing cold-cast porcelain statue to your collection! Ages 15 and up.
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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Look for more exclusive interviews with Dan Harris and Mike Dougherty (Writers), and Louise Mingenbach (Costume Designer) in the next few days.
Brandon: It's a great honor to join the Superman legacy. This is a character that people all over the world know and love and everyone who has been a part of the legacy will go down in history. I'm very proud to be able to bring such a positive character to younger generations and further enrich steadfast fans love and excitement for Superman.
Q: "Superman Returns" seems to delve deeper into the real person behind the tights - Kal-El. He seems to have flaws and misgivings, which as a result gives the character greater emotional resonance. Would you agree with this, and do you think this makes for a stronger understanding of Superman as a character?
Brandon: Well, I wouldn't say that the film highlights Kal-El's flaws, but it does highlight his naivette. He is not well versed in the ways of love and so there are some stumbling blocks. His journey in this realm results in more emotional resonance. Audiences will see him deal with emotions they've felt and they get to watch him mature. As we want to be like Superman, he wants to be like us!
Q: Which of Superman's powers would you most like to have and why?
Brandon: Flight. It would be awesome to be able to be anywhere I want, and if I'm strong enough I can take someone with me!
Q: What have you learned about yourself while playing this character?
Brandon: Well, this experience shone an even brighter light on the importance of being a kind, gentle, thoughtful, non-judgmental person. It has such an amazing impact on the world.
Brandon: I do feel a responsibility to always keep the image of Superman as it should be. This includes future films. But in truth, I am an actor at heart, so I also don't want to limit myself.
Q: How does it feel to portray a journalist like Clark Kent and then be on the opposing side being grilled by journalists, all to do with "Superman Returns"?
Brandon: Hah, well, I don't do too much actual reporting in the movie, but I know that being relaxed when answering questions is the best approach for me. That way people who want to trip me up or get under my skin won't have the upper hand.
Brandon: Well, there are a lot of 'super-nerd' fans! Which is awesome, cause I can be very nerdy, so don't sell yourself short on the fan base. But yes I've thought about it for sure. There is no real way to conceive of how big it could be. I aim to take it in stride and have a good time.
Q: If you were in Lois' shoes would you be angry at Superman for leaving, and could you forgive him?
Brandon: Hah, YES. Just because you don't know the right words to say doesn't mean you shouldn't tell someone you are leaving. It's always best to communicate when heavy emotions are involved.
Q: As an actor playing Clark/Superman, is there any new challenge or scenario you think could be interesting to see Clark/Superman face?
Q: Publicity photos have shown that you're a virtual carbon copy of the young Chris Reeve when dressed as Clark Kent, will your portrayal of Clark be similar to Reeve's awkward nerd approach, or have you incorporated any characteristics of any of the other 'Clarks'?
Brandon: I think Clark is inherently what society would label 'nerdy'. But I don't play him that way. Any awkwardness or goofiness really comes out of his pure joy and excitement at being around Lois and other people.
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Robert O'Connor. Highly active UK member of Superman Homepage, imdb, lcfanfic (Lois and Clark Fan Ficton) and other Superman sites, the youngest of the crew at 16 and based in Dublin.
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