Superman Sixth Scale Figure
Inspired by over 75 years of comic book legacy, Superman takes flight wearing his iconic costume, exquisitely tailored with unmistakable S-shield emblazoned across the chest, and a poseable fabric cape.
New Adventures of Superman-Seasons 2 & 3 DVD
Warner Home Video has announced that they will be releasing Seasons 2 and 3 of "The New Adventures of Superman" cartoons from Filmation on June 3, 2014.
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Earlier this year the film's crew constructed a house on the property near Otsikita Lake at the vacant camp grounds owned by the Girl Scouts.
Lee Anne Muldoon, listed on IMDB.com as a unit publicist for Batman v Superman, could not be reached for comment Sunday via a phone number and email provided at the site.
[Local resident Brian] Barker said movie officials told him prior to the current activity that they'd be filming in February, but he doesn't think that happened.
"As of now I don't think they've filmed. I think the winter was too bad," he said.
He received a letter dated June 26 from Crown City Pictures letting him and other residents know that there would be an increase in traffic June 28 and 29 for an "equipment test," the company would be performing.
"Casualties of War"
Writer: Tom Taylor
Penciller: Bruno Redondo
Inker: Julian Hugonnard-Bert
Cover: Jheremy Raapack
Reviewed by: T.A. Ewart (aka liheibao)
We are pleased to announce that INJUSTICE: GODS AMONG US YEAR TWO returns to a weekly digital release schedule beginning today and running through the end of September. DC Comics' bestselling Digital First title is written by Tom Taylor with art by Bruno Redondo and others, based on the popular videogame from Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.
The month of October will bring much excitement for the fans of INJUSTICE: GODS AMONG US when the YEAR TWO Annual will be distributed in print and available same-day-digital on October 1. Written by Tom Taylor and Marguerite Bennett with art by Jheremy Raapack and Dave Yardin, the annual tells two untold tales. The first features Hal Jordan and Sinestro, and the other focuses on the resistance in Gotham City where Commissioner Gordon and Barbara work together for the first time. Anything can happen in this world and the annual is no exception.
In addition to the annual, the next phase of the INJUSTICE saga will begin with the release of the first digital chapter of INJUSTICE: GODS AMONG US YEAR THREE on September 30. Bi-weekly print issues will include two Digital First chapters each, starting October 8. Welcoming John Constantine to the storyline, YEAR THREE will have no shortage of magic. Tom Taylor will continue to write the story with art by the likes of Bruno Redondo, Mike S. Miller, Tom Derenick, among others. The first two covers are from Neil Googe and Trevor McCarthy, respectively.
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On sale date: July 2, 2014 (unless otherwise stated).
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Jeff Trexler, legal expert and friend of the Superman Homepage, has given us his thoughts on what this all means and how it might play out.
A couple things that the case has going for it: it's from the Ninth Circuit, which has a relatively high reversal rate (the U.S. federal appellate court system is divided into sections covering several states; the term "circuit" is a reference to the old practice of judges riding the circuit, traveling by horse from town to town). Also, there was a dissent in the case, so there is at least some evidence of a differing opinion.
That said, there's a pretty high wall to jump. The Ninth Circuit majority framed this case as a matter of interpreting the contract under state law - it's largely a factual inquiry grounded in interpreting the specific language of the contract, which is not the sort of thing in which the Court tends to get involved. Toberoff tries to get past this by invoking the statute's language re folks retaining the right terminate transfers despite "any" agreement to the contrary, but this runs up against the established case law across circuits + some language in the statute's legislative history, both of which indicate that "any" here does not extend to a contract where the original transfer is being rescinded and regranted.
Why does the rescind-and-regrant exception make sense? Well, imagine a situation in which an author or heirs go to a publisher and say, "Hey, our termination right is coming up. Give us a bunch of money now, we'll rescind and regrant, and you'll save yourself a lot of hassle later." The publisher pays up, a new contract is issued... and then when the time comes, the author or heirs file for termination anyway, citing the "any agreement" language. The courts have agreed that the policy behind the statute allows for authors and heirs to trade on their rights to secure a better deal; otherwise you open things up to that kind of abuse.
The petition has a number of other incidental flaws that would pop out to a savvy law clerk or reflective Justice. The bit about how Shuster's siblings had no rights to bargain with since Shuster's copyright interest was still in probate; the distinction between a pension agreement and a settlement; the lack of a viable alternative to the present interpretation embraced by all circuits; the reference to the existence of a dissent as proof that a standard is inherently and improperly vague. While the press reports may see all this as evidence that the case is heating up for the Shuster side, for others it can have the appearance of someone pushing a big rock up a steep hill.
Once you read "Superman #32" by Geoff Johns and John Romita Jr., give us your personal rating.
Looks like most people (over half of you) thought that "Superman #32" was good or better... which is a good start for the new run by Geoff Johns and John Romita Jr.
A quarter of you are slow readers... :P
Here's the complete breakdown:
5/5 - Fantastic!
21% [13 Votes]
4/5 - Good
31% [19 Votes]
3/5 - Average
7% [4 Votes]
2/5 - Bad
2% [1 Vote]
1/5 - Horrible!
0% [0 Votes]
I haven't read it yet, but I plan to
25% [15 Votes]
I don't read comic books
15% [9 Votes]