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Cover date: February 2014
Writer: Greg Pak
Penciller: Brett Booth
Inker: Norm Rapmund
Reviewed by: Michael J. Petty
I know I'm probably one of the few, but I enjoyed the first arc Batman/Superman had to offer, though it was average it was a nice change. The Doomsday "Villain's Month" issue was also quite enjoyable. Even last issue I thought was really good and set up a good story, and then this issue came along...
One of my biggest complaints last month was that Pak didn't write Superman correctly, in fact, he made him act like, well, a 16 year old. Now, let me say I have nothing against 16 year olds, my own brother is currently 16, but what I mean by that is he wrote Superman less experienced, less mature, and all around awkward. It worked in the Zero Year tie-in (Action Comics #25, which I loved!), but 6 years later? No thanks...
"Titans" - Part 4
Writer: Bryan Q. Miller
Penciller: Cat Staggs
Inker: Carrie Strachan
Considering the source material has now covered both a romantic and platonic version of the Superman-Wonder Woman relationship, it could go either way and there is a possibility Adams could get what she wants to a degree. The idea of Lois Lane feeling threatened by Wonder Woman's presence, but Superman insisting she means nothing to him right before all parties team up to fight a common enemy seems like a likely option.
"Although we would certainly welcome the folks from Warner Bros. back, I have not heard anything that would give me indication that they will be filming on a large scale here," said Plano Mayor Bob Hausler.
This week's special guest is Ilya Salkind. Next week they'll chat with Jack O'Halloran and the week after that Deborah Joy LeVine and then K Callan and Eddie Jones (all from "Lois & Clark").
The website also posted a rumor about Lex Luthor casting possibilities that seem a little unlikely.
The "Speeding Bulletin" is your weekly Superman news video, recapping the latest events in the world of Superman. It also includes the "Great Scott!" segment brought to you by Scotty V.
Merchandise seen in this episode:
When asked who his favorite Superman villain is, Cavill answers with Doomsday, because he's proved himself to be a match for the Man of Steel.
In SoundWorks Collection's video profile on the Sound Design for "Man of Steel", they talk with the sound team for the movie, including re-recording mixer Chris Jenkins, re-recording mixer Frank A. Montaño, supervising sound editor and designer Eric A. Norris, supervising sound editor and designer Scott Hecker, and dialogue supervisor Kira Roessler.