LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham
"LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham" is the next instalment to the blockbuster LEGO "Batman: The Videogame" and "LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes" videogames.
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If this is your first visit to this website, then we invite you to take our Guided Tour. If you just want a quick explanation of what’s available within each section visit the Information Page. Otherwise just dive right in and jump to the various sections of the Superman Homepage by clicking on the navigational links on the left hand side of the screen or those in the "Timeline" menu at the top of the screen.
The Superman Homepage has put together the following Infographic noting the Top 10 songs that specifically mention the name "Superman" in the song's title.
The list was collated using Billboard's Hot 100 database, and took into account the song's peak position on the music charts, as well as the length of time it remained in the charts.
Click on the Infographic to view it in full size.
You can listen to "Sunshine Superman" by Donovan, the No. 1 Superman song of all time, using the media player above.
Our next show will be broadcast tonight Monday, November 24 at 7.30pm PST in the U.S. (click here to check what time this is at your location).
To listen in visit www.SupermanHomepage.com/live at the designated time.
During the live broadcast you can phone (714) 242-6186 or click on the Skype icon (which will be available at the above link) during the show to be a caller and chat with us live "on air".
United States of America
Episodes of "Smallville" air on TNT in the U.S. on some weekday mornings. This week's episodes are: Monday - 5.00am "Shimmer", 6.00am "Hug"; Tuesday - 5.00am "Leech", 6.00am "Kinetic"; Wednesday - 5.00am "Zero", 6.00am "Nicodemus"; Thursday - 5.00am "Stray", 6.00am "Reaper"; Friday - 5.00am "Drone", 6.00am "Crush".
The film "Superman: The Movie" will air in the U.S. on DFC on Wednesday, November 26 at 7.00pm and 10.00pm.
The movie "Man of Steel" will air in the U.S. on MAX on Monday, November 24 at 8.00am; and on Wednesday, November 26 on 5MAX at 9.00pm; then on ACTION MAX on Friday, November 28 at 12.20am; and then on MAX on Saturday, November 29 at 10.00pm.
The animated movie "LEGO DC Super-Heroes: Batman Be-Leaguered" will air in the U.S. on Cartoon Network on Friday, November 28 at 12.30pm.
Episodes of the 1950s "Adventures of Superman" TV series air on MeTV in the U.S. on Saturdays. This week's episodes are: "The Unknown People - Part 1" at 6.00pm and "The Unknown People - Part 2" at 6.30pm.
NetFlix.com also has a number of Superman and Justice League TV shows and movies available to watch online.
In Australia, the animated movie "Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox" airs on Thursday, November 27 at 10.50pm on Foxtel's Family Movie Channel; and then again on Sunday, November 30 at 7.05am.
If there's anything I've missed please don't hesitate to let me know.
Cover date: January 2015
Writer: Greg Pak
Penciller: Adrian Syaf
Inker: Adrian Syaf
Cover: Adrian Syaf, Danny Miki and Wil Quintana
Reviewed by: Alisa Lea Gossage
That's just pure evil.
Cover date: January 2015
"Crucible - Part One"
Writer: K. Perkins and Mike Johnson
Penciller: Emanuela Lupacchino
Inker: Ray McCarthy
Cover: Emanuela Lupacchino
Reviewed by: James Lantz
Francis Lawrence, who directed "I Am Legend" and is currently promoting "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1", gave Collider.com further insight into the Superman/Batman advertisement's appearance.
"We thought, 'Hey, what movies would it be fun to have up on the screen when the plague hit?'" Lawrence recalled, adding that he recently saw Goldsman, who revealed the studio never gave them clearance to use the combined logo (watch the full interview below).
Although Lawrence doesn't remember where the logo came from, it appears to be based on the one from DC Comics' Superman/Batman series, which debuted in 2003.
The Superman/Batman discussion begins about 2:10 into the video.
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:
Those in attendance not only got a chance to participate in a Q&A with Michael, but they were also able to view costumes from films he's worked on, and costume design illustrations never shown to the public before.
Wilkinson was able to attend the event during a break in filming on "Batman v Superman", before he headed off to New Mexico, where he has his work cut out for him creating costumes for 60 extras...
Superman, The Flash, Bane, The Joker and other characters are available. Which one you get with your Kids Meal purchase is up to chance (or so I've been told).
Here's part of the interview in which Dan talks about the public reaction to the "Death of Superman"...
It's hard to paraphrase, but I think almost every major newspaper had a columnist who wrote something about "What Does Superman Mean To Us?" And "What does it mean when he's gone?" And they might have pointed to a national cynicism or, loss of innocence, or maybe there's no longer a place for a big blue boycott, or maybe e those people who are in charge have no idea what they're doing, or something like that. That's what it got into.
And what was the fan community's response back then? You didn't have the Internet's echo chamber to fall back on. How did you deal with the outcry that followed the issue?
The outcry actually started long before. Once the solicitation catalogs came out, that's when it really started. That's where, you're right, the Internet, while it existed, it wasn't there in the sense we know it today. It was just barely a glimmer in anyone's eye. More than anything, we had the letters. We got them at the office, we got the phone calls, that's how we heard back. In a way, it was a little more immediate. And when I say "immediate," that's because people - it's so easy just to drop a comment on a message board these days. But back then, you had to pick up the phone and actually make a call. Or you had to sit down, write a letter, and send it in. We started hearing from people as soon as the solicitations came out.