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LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham
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.


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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September 2, 2014: Total Film Magazine on the Dawn of DC MoviesPrint

Total Film #224 Issue #224 of Total Film magazine features "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" photos of Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman on the cover, with an interior article titled "The Dawn of DC".

The six page article discusses all three characters, while examining the possible characters who will make up the Justice League in a film about DC's greatest superheroes.

In regards to Henry Cavill as Superman the article says, "The Man of Steel has been a member of the Justice League of America ever since they first teamed up in 1960 to defeat alien starfish Starro the Conqueror (The Brave And The Bold #28), even if he was too busy in outer spase to assist on that occasion. But will he be its leader in Zack Snyder's film?" Total Film asks. "Not if Batman has anything to do with it..."

You'll find the article in the October issue of Total Film magazine.


#1 | Mighty Rao on September 2, 2014 9:59pm EST
I love DC Comics and their characters. I really do. Ever since I was a kid. But let's face it, right now Warner Bros. is just playing catch-up to Disney/Marvel.

When you look at it Warners has owned DC for about 40 years now and they've had all this time to explore and exploit these characters, but all we've gotten are some goofy live action TV shows and movies (as well as some great animated ones).
The only reason they're kicking things into high gear is because of all the success Kevin Feige and Marvel Productions are currently having. Most of their movies for other studios have been financially profitable (Spider-Man, X-Men, etc) and they kept the best for themselves (Capt. America, Thor, Iron Man). Those were such big hits that the greedy rats at Disney bought the entire company and got the rights to the most prized possesion: The Avengers.

WB on the other hand never needed to go into business with other studios since they owned DC outright since the 70's but they squandered their opportunities (Swamp Thing? Steel?? Jonah Hex anyone???). Unless it's Batman related, it seems like they weren't interested.

I hope they're successful with their future movies, but it seems like a case of "Too little too late".
#2 | MIKE-EL on September 4, 2014 7:33pm EST
For the record, Marvel's most prized possessions are Spider-Man and the X-Men, but I see what you're saying.

On the other hand, does it really matter if they're playing catch-up or not? DC has been killing it with animation for the past 20 years, they've been killing it with their television for 10 (Smallville, Arrow, even Human Target, and now The Flash, Gotham, and Constantine, possibly Supergirl), their comics are still doing well, and in terms of film they just released not only a new Superman film that performed well (not amazing, but certainly not terrible) but also a trilogy of Batman films that have yet to be surpassed in terms of comic book film quality (there's also Watchmen that I would add to that). With DC coming out with more live action television and starting up their film universe at their own pace (which is smart so that it's not rushed), I don't think it really matters about who started first, I think all that matters is who has the better product and that's all in the eyes of the viewer anyway.

I think we can all agree that no matter if the Avengers are super-popular right now, that eventually that'll fade. Superman, Batman, and even Spider-Man have always been popular, and will always continue to be.

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