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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We're always trying to come up with new ways to tell Superman stories and new opponents we can give Superman. Just in thinking over things - I'm not sure where this came about, but I stumbled into it and realized I hadn't seen this kind of story told with Superman. I'm sure everything's been done in the 75 years of the character's history, but this particular thing I hadn't seen any time recently, and it seemed like it would be a fun thing to do.
Also, it's always good to give Superman opponents that he can't just punch out, and this was a good way to challenge him. Horror, I think, works because we care about the characters. It's all about emotion, really. Horror movies often have some kind of subtext of guilt or tragedy, and in the wake of "Doomed" in particular, it felt like a good way to give us a way to explore some of that subtly - to explore some of the emotional and relationship stuff that's going on in Superman's world. The genre just lends itself to that in a really great way.
When we suggested that Wonder Woman may offer some competition for Superman's affections (as she has recently in the comics), Adams dismissed that notion:†"They always think that if you put in another woman and automatically... 'Catfight!' No, I think that's a male fantasy thing. I don't think that's reality."
Then she added, "I don't know how it will turn out, if we're going to be competition, but we are not in this, I can safely say, and we're not in real life. She's just the coolest girl ever."
The voting booth for our 14th annual awards for the world of Superman has closed!
Voting began on November 13, 2014 and ended 11.59pm on December 14, 2014.
The 2014 SHIELD Awards gave you, the fans, the opportunity to voice your opinions about comics with a 2014 cover date, Superman related Movies, TV shows, and Superman merchandise released in 2014.
Everyone who voted in the 2014 SHIELD Awards automatically went into the draw for a chance to win "LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham", the new video game from Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment.
There could only be one winner and that person is: David Grant Lloyd
The results have been forwarded on to DC Comics, Warner Bros., and the various winners. Congratulations to those creative people involved!
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 "Accelerate", 6.00am "Calling"; Tuesday - 5.00am "Exodus", 6.00am "Exile"; Wednesday - 5.00am "Phoenix", 6.00am "Extinction"; Thursday - 5.00am "Slumber", 6.00am "Perry"; Friday - 5.00am "Relic", 6.00am "Magnetic".
On "American Chopper", basketball legend Shaquille O'Neal contracts OCC to build an enormous Superman-themed chopper for him in the episode scheduled to air in the U.S. on Monday, December 15 at 8.00pm and Midnight on DISCOVERY.
"Robot Chicken's DP Christmas Special", which will air in the U.S. on Cartoon Network on Tuesday, December 16 at 12.45am, compares the speed of Santa Claus and Superman.
The movie "Man of Steel" will air in the U.S. on MORE MAX on Thursday, December 18 at 10.05am.
"Smallville" writers and co-creators Al Gough and Miles Millar will talk about the TV series on "The Writer's Room" episode scheduled to air in the U.S. on Friday, December 19 at 7.15am on the SUNDANCE channel.
Episodes of the 1950s "Adventures of Superman" TV series air on MeTV in the U.S. on Saturdays. This week's episodes are: "Shot in the Dark" at 6.00pm and "The Defeat of Superman" at 6.30pm.
The animated movie "LEGO DC Super-Heroes: Batman Be-Leaguered" will air in the U.S. on Cartoon Network on Saturday, December 20 at 8.30am.
The film "Superman: The Movie" will air in the U.S. on DFC on Sunday, December 14 at 7.30pm.
NetFlix.com also has a number of Superman and Justice League TV shows and movies available to watch online.
In Australia, the movie "Man of Steel" airs on Tuesday, December 16 at 12.00pm on Foxtel's Premiere Movie Channel, and then again on Friday, December 19 at 4.05am.
In Australia, the "I Love Lucy" episode titled "Lucy and Superman" featuring George Reeves, will air on Wednesday, December 17 at 7.00am on FOX Classics.
In Australia, the animated movie "Superman Unbound" airs on Friday, December 19 at 3.50am on Foxtel's Family Movie Channel.
In Australia, the animated movie "LEGO DC Super-Heroes: Batman Be-Leaguered" will air on Cartoon Network on Saturday, December 20 at 3.00pm.
In Australia, the animated movie "Superman/Batman: Public Enemies" airs on Saturday, December 20 at 11.30pm on GO!.
If there's anything I've missed please don't hesitate to let me know.
Those qualified and interested must send photos and video clips of fighting skills, training and competitions, as well as contact info and city/state in which they†reside to:
Southwest region preferred Ė Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona, Utah
Deadline to submit:
Monday 12/15/14, 5pm
Pay is $880/day or $3,053/week
Tip: Title your email with child's age, city and type of Martial Arts practiced.
He will perform at Baymont Theater, 203 E. Front St., on Wednesday, Dec. 31 at 3 p.m. and at 7 p.m. Tickets to are $20, and Strebler will donate 100 percent of the ticket sales to Save The Massac.
A special Live Pay-Per-View broadcast of the 7 p.m. show will also be available. The live 30-minute event will be streamed on StageIt at 7 p.m., and is available for a minimum donation of $5.
As if two shows were not enough, Strebler, like other magicians, has another trick up his sleeve. Near the midnight hour at the Superman statue, he will be hoisted by a crane into the air and suspended in a straight jacket.
Strebler calls himself a "Superman geek," noting even before he was a special guest at the Celebration, he attended the event several times throughout the years. Strebler said he wanted to do something to give back to the community.
"I'm really excited about this show because I've been all over the world, but this is my favorite city in the world. I'm a huge Superman fan, and I'll do anything to help this community out. It's such an honor to perform here," he said.
The Superman family of comic books that will feature movie poster variant covers include:
Action Comics #40 inspired by Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, with cover art by Joe Quinones
Batman/Superman #20 inspired by The Fugitive, with cover art by Tony Harris
Justice League #40 inspired by Magic Mike, with cover art by Emanuela Lupacchino
Justice League United #10 inspired by Mars Attacks, with cover art by Marco D'Alphonso
Supergirl #40 inspired by The Wizard of Oz, with cover art by Marco D'Alphonso
Superman #40 inspired by Super Fly, with cover art by Dave Johnson
Superman/Wonder Woman #17 inspired cover by Gone With The Wind, with art by Gene Ha
Aquaman takes center stage at January 26 event; Limited Free Tickets Available to Fans on First Come, First Served Basis
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and The Paley Center for Media proudly present the World Premiere of Justice League: Throne of Atlantis in New York on January 26, 2015. Filmmakers and members of the voice cast will attend the event for red carpet media interviews and a post-screening panel discussion.
The screening will commence at 6:30pm, and attending talent will be announced as confirmed in the coming weeks. The Paley Center for Media is located at 25 West 52nd Street in New York City.
A limited number of free tickets are available to the general public. Fans wishing to receive free tickets to the New York event on January 26 must RSVP via email to JLAtlantisNY@gmail.com.
The body of all fan RSVP emails MUST include the (1) name of the entrant, (2) valid email address, and (3) name of the media outlet/website by which the entrant learned of the screening. No pleas, no begging, no extra words - just three simple lines of information.
Here's an example of EXACTLY how the body of the RSVP email should appear:
Tickets to the event will be distributed on a "first come, first served" basis, and fans will be notified via email.
In Justice League: Throne of Atlantis, Cyborg discovers an imminent threat in the depths of the oceans so powerful that it rallies together the newly formed Justice League. Meanwhile, wandering thousands of feet above the ocean floor is drifter Arthur Curry, a man with strange powers who may be the last chance to bridge the ancient Atlantean world with our own. Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and the rest of the Justice League must band together as they face off against warmongering Orm, an army of sea creatures, otherworldly weapons and perilous odds. In this all-new epic adventure from the DC Universe, mankind's only hope of escaping from the darkness lies with the guiding light of a man - Aquaman!
The celebrity laden cast features primetime television stars Matt Lanter (Star Wars: The Clone Wars, 90210) at Aquaman, Sam Witwer (Being Human, Star Wars: The Clone Wars) as Orm, Jason O'Mara (Terra Nova, Vegas, Life on Mars) as Batman, Christopher Gorham (Covert Affairs) as Flash, Nathan Fillion (Castle) as Green Lantern, Shemar Moore (Criminal Minds) as Cyborg, Rosario Dawson (Sin City) as Wonder Woman, Jerry O'Connell (Crossing Jordan, Stand By Me) as Superman, Sean Astin (The Lord of the Rings Trilogy) as Shazam, Sumalee Montano (Beware the Batman, Transformers Prime) as Mera, Sirena Irwin (Superman: Unbound) as Queen Atlanna, and Harry Lennix (Man of Steel, The Blacklist) as Manta.
Produced by Warner Premiere, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation, Justice League: Throne of Atlantis will be distributed by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment on January 27, 2015.
"I said I will do whatever it takes to make sure you are safe right here at school. So the next morning, they came in and found me asleep over here on the mat."
Teachers say the kids were quite amazed to find the Last Son of Krypton peacefully sleeping on the classroom floor in his classic red and blue tights, red cape, and yellow "S" shield.
"We just let them come in. We kept the lights off. We told them they needed to be quiet because somebody was sleeping in school," teacher Bonnie Troiani†said. "So they were quite amazed to see him in his jammies and with his teddy bear."
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.
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This time out Mike and Jeff put down the comics and pick up the DVD box set. After several episodes of not talking about the show the boys sit down (so to speak) to discuss the final two episodes of the first season of LOIS AND CLARK: THE NEW ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN. In "Barbarians at the Planet" the Daily Planet is bought by Lex Luthor and changes come fast and furious with explosive results. Then in "The House of Luthor" Lois is engaged to Lex, Lex has Kryptonite and Superman is caught in the middle.
Then after all that noise Mike and Jeff welcome a cast member from the first season to the show. Chris Demetrel (who played Jack, the homeless runaway turned copy boy) was nice enough to join the boys to talk about his time with the show. How did Chris begin acting? How did he get the part of Jack? How did he get along with Dean Cain and Teri Hatcher? Did Jack really figure out that Clark was Superman? All of these questions are answered as well as some fun anecdotes and the reason Chris isn't active as an actor anymore.
Mike and Jeff would like to thank Chris for sharing so much with them and the listeners. He was a very nice guy and fun to talk to.
Next time: WORLDS COLLIDE...THE CONCLUSION!
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According to DC Comics, Taylor's heavy workload is the reason behind his departure on the title, which he launched back in January 2013 as a tie-in to the popular video game of the same name.
IGN.com has published an interview with incoming writer Brian Buccellato, who will be working closely with Taylor during this transition period, picking up the Year Three story outline. Here's an excerpt from the interview...
Buccellato: Obviously we each have unique voices, our own sense of humor, and bring our own bag of tricks to the table. But I don't think the shift will be major. There are subtle differences in how Tom sets up and pays off comedic moments, and so the shift will likely be in how I deliver my brand of humor. Tom is masterful at what he does and I am not going to try and emulate him. Instead my goal is to integrate my creative sensibilities into the universe he has so deftly crafted.
IGN: Injustice is a tricky comic in that the end point of the story is already known. Are you finding it challenging to keep delivering twists and surprises while working within those limits?
Buccellato: I'll let you know in Year Four and Five. Honestly, writing a story where the end point is already known isn't the bad kind of challenge because when you sit down to write, you SHOULD know where your characters are going to end up. In my experience, storytelling starts with a set up, a character with a goal and an ultimate resolution... I find having a clear ending helpful as I creatively problem solve the story.