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Noteworthy Superman dates to remember...
September 1: Traditionally recognized as the birthday of Jonathan Kent, Clark Kent's adoptive father.
September 5: George Lazenby, Jor-El in the Superboy TV series, born in Queanbeyan, New South Wales, Australia in 1939.
September 6: Justin Whalin, Jimmy Olsen in Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, born in 1974.
September 6: Man of Steel screening at dusk takes place at Forest Park, City of Noblesville Parks in Indiana.
September 8: The Super Friends cartoon show makes its debut on ABC-TV in 1973.
September 10: Filmation's The New Adventures of Superman animated series premieres on CBS in 1966.
September 12: Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman makes its debut on ABC-TV in 1993.
September 13: Artist Mike Grell (Superboy and the Legion of Super Heroes) born in 1947.
September 15: Jackie Cooper, Perry White in the Superman films, born in 1922.
September 16: Tommy Bond, Jimmy Olsen in two serials, Superman and Atom Man vs Superman, born in Dallas, Texas in 1926.
September 16: Writer Kurt Busiek (Superman & Action Comics) born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1960.
September 16: Steve Younis, owner of the Superman Homepage, born in 1971. :)
September 17: Bryan Singer, director of Superman Returns, born in New York, NY, USA in 1965.
September 17: Writer Roger Stern (Action Comics) born in 1950.
September 18: James Marsden, Richard White in Superman Returns, born in Stillwater, Oklahoma in 1973.
September 20-21: Brandon Routh is a special guest at the Saskatoon Comic & Entertainment Expo.
September 22: Traditionally recognized as the birthday of Kara Zor-El, AKA Supergirl.
September 22: Laura Vandervoort, Kara Zor-El (aka Supergirl) in the TV series Smallville, born in Toronto, Canada in 1984.
September 23: Writer Peter David (Supergirl) born in 1956.
September 24: Tommy Bond, Jimmy Olsen in two serials, Superman and Atom Man vs Superman, dies in 2005, aged 79.
September 25: Christopher Reeve, star of the Superman films, born in New York, NY in 1952.
September 26: Writer Louise Simonson (Superman: The Man of Steel) born in 1946.
September 28: Traditionally recognized as the birthday of Lex Luthor.

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August 23, 2014: Super Robin Williams TributePrint

Robin and Chris As everyone knows, earlier this month the world mourned the death of Robin Williams. Many Superman fans know that Robin Williams and Christopher Reeve were very close friends. While I did post a quick message on both Twitter and Facebook at the time, the fan art shown here (by Cynthia Sousa) caught my eye today, and I felt it deserved to be posted here as a tribute to both men, who made our lives so much better through their talents.

In his book "Still Me", Christopher Reeve related a few stories about Robin Williams...

    "The first person I met at Juilliard was the other advanced student, a short, stocky, long-haired fellow from Marin County, California, who wore tie-dyed shirts with track suit bottoms and talked a mile a minute. I'd never seen so much energy contained in one person. He was like an un-tied balloon that had been inflated and immediately released. I watched in awe as he virtually caromed off the walls of the classrooms and hallways. To say that he was 'on' would be a major understatement. There was never a moment when he wasn't doing voices, imitating teachers, and making our faces ache from laughing at his antics. His name, of course, was Robin Williams."

And then, after his horse riding accident in which he suffered severe spinal injury, Christopher Reeve relates this story about lying in the hospital ICU...

    "As the day of the operation drew closer, it became more and more painful and frightening to contemplate. In spite of efforts to protect me from the truth, I already knew that I had only a fifty-fifty chance of surviving the surgery. I lay on my back, frozen, unable to avoid thinking the darkest thoughts. Then, at an especially bleak moment, the door flew open and in hurried a squat fellow with a blue scrub hat and a yellow surgical gown and glasses, speaking in a Russian accent. He announced that he was my proctologist, and that he had to examine me immediately. My first reaction was that either I was on way too many drugs or I was in fact brain damaged. But it was Robin Williams. He and his wife, Marsha, had materialized from who knows where. And for the first time since the accident, I laughed. My old friend had helped me know that somehow I was going to be okay."

Their deaths, ten years apart, saddened us all...but their lives brought us so much joy.


#1 | Hypoxic on August 23, 2014 1:49am EST
That's a nice piece of art.

Reeve's death was a tragedy. Williams's was a waste.

It sucks.
#2 | AxeEmAll on August 23, 2014 6:26am EST
Two legends gone who could have offered much more to us with their selfless selves if they were still alive today.

Thank you so much for touching our lives with your talent.
#3 | BBally on August 23, 2014 8:00am EST
This is a lovely fan art, although when I think of Reeve and Williams, I think Superman and Popeye.
#4 | UltraWoman on August 23, 2014 9:32am EST
I had never known the connection between these two until Robin's passing. Rest in Peace both of you.
#5 | Warren on August 23, 2014 9:55am EST
love it
#6 | Sven-El on August 23, 2014 12:15pm EST
Indeed, Hypoxic.

When I think of Reeve and Williams, I think of Superman and Peter Pan ( from Hook).
#7 | Hypoxic on August 23, 2014 1:21pm EST
AxeEmAll wrote: ...Popeye

Sven-El wrote: ...Peter Pan

For me, Robin Williams is Mr Keating.
#8 | Supereyes on August 23, 2014 1:45pm EST
I can't believe both of these guys are gone.
#9 | approuty on August 23, 2014 10:12pm EST
R.I.P. Robin William, he is one of my favorite actors, including Christopher Reeve, of course.

Nice Tribute picture but it would be cool if Robin William, as Peter Pan, could have been flying along Christopher Reeve's Superman!

R.i.P. Robin Williams, you will be missed always.
#10 | SuperS on August 24, 2014 5:14pm EST
I'm glad to see you post this Steve, I had not seen this piece of artwork. Two men who loved each other and touched our lives forever. Robin Williams will always be the Genie in Aladdin for me, a sense of humor and vision operating at warp speed. Chris will always be the man who made us believe a man could fly. It was more than just a movie, he was Superman.
#11 | Steve Younis on August 24, 2014 8:00pm EST
Superman and Mork were there two break out roles, hence the artwork depicting them as such.
#12 | solitude on August 25, 2014 6:26pm EST
And did not Mork act Super heroish in an episode or two?

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