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Supergirl TV Series Statue
Supergirl TV Series Statue

It's a bird, it's a plane, it's Superman? No, it's Supergirl! This Supergirl TV Series Statue features the likeness of actress Melissa Benoist and stands about 12 1/2-inches tall. Sculpted by Adam Ross, this is one statue no Supergirl fan will want to miss out on!

Superman Lois Lane Rescue Fleischer Statue
Superman Lois Lane Rescue Fleischer Statue

Inspired by Fleischer Studio's animated shorts of the 1940s, this Superman Lois Lane Rescue Fleischer Statue captures a tender moment between Superman and Lois Lane.


Noteworthy Superman dates to remember...
February 1: The new episode of Supergirl (S01E12) titled 'Bizarro' will air on CBS in the USA at 8.00pm ET/PT.
February 1: Stuart Whitman, Jonathan Kent in the Superboy TV series, born in San Francisco, California in 1928.
February 8: The new episode of Supergirl (S01E13) titled 'For The Girl Who Has Everything' will air on CBS in the USA at 8.00pm ET/PT.
February 8: Artist Bruce Timm (Superman: The Animated Series) born in 1961.
February 8: Jack Larson, Jimmy Olsen in the Adventures of Superman television series, born in Los Angeles, California in 1928.
February 8: John Williams, composer of Superman: The Movie, born in Floral Park, New York in 1932.
February 12: The Superman radio serial debuts in 1940.
February 12: Joanne Siegel, wife of Jerry Siegel and the original model for Lois Lane, dies in 2011, aged 93.
February 17: Long-time Superman artist Curt Swan born in 1920.
February 22: The new episode of Supergirl (S01E14) titled 'Truth, Justice and the American Way' will air on CBS in the USA at 8.00pm ET/PT.
February 27: Adam Baldwin, voice of Superman in Superman: Doomsday animated movie, born in Chicago, Illinois in 1962.
February 27: Traditionally recognized as the birthday of Lori Lemaris, mermaid of Atlantis.
February 29: Traditionally recognized as Superman's birthday!

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February 5, 2016: "Why You're My Superhero" Fill-in-the-Blanks BookPrint

Superhero Book The Superman Homepage has created its own Fill-in-the-Blanks book titled "Why You're My Superhero!"

Tell that special someone in your life just how much of a superhero they are to you.

Simply fill in the blanks on the pages within and give the book to that special someone in your life to make them feel SUPER!

A great gift idea for Valentine's Day! Order yours through the Superman Homepage Online Store today!

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February 4, 2016: Zack Snyder Talks About "Man of Steel" and DC's TV PropertiesPrint

Batman v Superman Speaking on the Hall of Justice Podcast, director Zack Snyder spoke in detail about the new film, reactions to the "Man of Steel," and his feelings on the current DC Television shows.

In regards to the criticism some fans directed at "Man of Steel", Snyder said, "People are always like 'you changed Superman'. If you're a comic book fan, you know that I didn't change Superman. If you know the true canon, you know that I didn't change Superman. If you're a fan of the old movies, yeah I changed him a bit."

As for the DC TV landscape, Snyder exclaimed, "This is the bottom line for me. I have 100% respect and love for what they're doing on TV. I think it's amazing. The joy and the fun of them speaks to the iconic, graphic nature of these characters. These characters are bigger than any of the actors playing them. Long after I'm done making a Batman v Superman movie, there will be someone else who makes it. It's almost like an American tradition now we've established that these characters will be played again and again, and they exist outside of us in this moment.

I think that's sort of the thing I've embraced, and as opposed to trying to shoehorn all of these storylines into a single universe, we let the characters exist in multi-universe, and therefore it's a lot more fun and a lot more value for the audience. They get to see their favourite and most beloved characters on different adventures at the same time in different universes and it really makes the meal a lot richer and a lot more fun. We get to go with these guys in all different directions and that's really the joy of what we're trying to do over here at DC."

Listen to the complete interview below:

February 4, 2016: Bryan Singer's Thoughts on "Superman Returns"Print

Superman Returns In an interview with Empire magazine, Bryan Singer reflected on directing "Superman Returns" and why the film misfired with fans.

    "It was a movie made for a certain kind of audience. Perhaps more of a female audience. It wasn't what it needed to be, I guess. I think I could lop the first quarter off and start the movie a bit more aggressively and maybe find a way to start the movie with the jet disaster sequence or something. I could have grabbed the audience a little more quickly. I don't know what would have helped. Probably nothing. If I could go again, I would do an origin. I would reboot it."

Interestingly, Singer had tentative plans in place for a sequel to "Superman Returns" which would have been titled "Man of Steel".

    "We did explore it a little. Just hammering out ideas. I think Darkseid was going to be the villain. It was pretty world-destroying, actually."

While those plans never got off the ground, a lack of interest from Warner Bros. saw the direct move on to a different project.

    "I ended up having the opportunity to go and make Valkyrie, and I think the studio lost interest at that point... I can't say it was all the studio's fault and I can't say it was all my fault. It just fizzled out."

Source: ComicBookMovie.com

February 4, 2016: First Look at Daniel DiMaggio as Young Kal-El on "Supergirl"Print

CBS has released two new images from an upcoming episode of "Supergirl", giving us our first look at actor Daniel DiMaggio as young Kal-El.

Young Kal-El

In this episode, when a parasitic alien attaches itself to Kara and traps her in a dream world where her family is alive and her home planet was never destroyed, Kara's beloved cousin Kal-El joins her and her parents in domestic Kryptonian bliss, where neither of them needed to escape to Earth, or become super heroes.

Young Kal-El

Titled "For The Girl Who Has Everything", this episode is scheduled to air on Monday, February 8 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET) on the CBS Television Network.

February 4, 2016: The Flash/Supergirl Crossover Episode Titled "Worlds Finest"Print

Worlds Finest Grant Gustin, who plays The Flash on the hit TV series of the same name, has revealed via Instagram that the title of the episode in which his character speeds to National City for an upcoming meeting with Kara on "Supergirl", will be "Worlds Finest".

With no mention of Superman or Supergirl in either "The Flash" or "Arrow" TV shows, speculation is that "Supergirl" may be set on a different Earth in the Multiverse. Which may be why the title of this episode is "Worlds Finest" rather than the more well known "World's Finest".

The "Worlds Finest" crossover episode, which is noted as being episode 18 in what we know to be a 20 episode first season, is scheduled to air on March 28 on CBS.

February 4, 2016: "Batman v Superman" Cups Available in SingaporePrint

Singtel Cups Special "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" collector cups are available as part of a hi!Card promotion from Singtel in Singapore.

Fans in the region simply need to buy a minimum $15 hi! SIM card or $30 top-up at their nearest Singtel shop, exclusive retailer or convenience store to receive a free "Batman v Superman" cup (while stocks last).

February 4, 2016: "Man of Tomorrow" Fan Film Now OnlinePrint

Man of Tomorrow "Man of Tomorrow" is a new fan film directed by Hugh Puyau and produced by Jacob Vignon, Florent Guiheux and YALROK.

Based upon Superman and Batman, and adapted from "Superman: Earth One" by J. Michael Straczynski, the fan film, which runs at over 40 minutes long, is a French spoken film with English subtitles available.

    The 21st century, it's a new era for human progress, mega-corporations are more powerfuls than goverments. Metropolis is a shining example of human progress. It's in this very context that we discover a young and lost Clark Kent who still mourns the tragic death of Jonathan Kent and Lana Lang his greatest love. Clark will travel from Smallville to Metropolis, more determined than ever in a quest against "Omega Corp" who he holds responsable for his losses. In the darkness of Metropolis Clark will have to fight a new enemy, one who will test him like never before. He will also meet new allies that will bring him to his ultimate destiny: SUPERMAN.

Follow the official Facebook page for the "Man of Tomorrow" fan film.

February 4, 2016: Details for "Supergirl" S01E14 "Truth, Justice and the American Way"Print

Supergirl CBS has issued an official description for the 14th episode of Season 1 of "Supergirl".

Titled "Truth, Justice and the American Way", this episode is scheduled to air on CBS in the USA on Monday, February 22 at 8.00pm ET/PT.


    "Truth, Justice and the American Way" - Supergirl does battle with the deadly Master Jailer (Jeff Branson), who is hunting and executing escaped Fort Rozz prisoners. Also, Cat hires a second assistant, Siobhan Smythe (Italia Ricci), who immediately tries to one-up Kara, and Kara and James disagree over the DEO's methods, on SUPERGIRL, Monday, Feb. 22 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

The episode was written by Yahlin Chang and Caitlin Parrish, and directed by Lexi Alexander.

Mild Mannered Reviews - Justice League of America #7Print

Justice League of America #7

Mild Mannered Reviews - Justice League of America #7

Scheduled to arrive in stores: January 27, 2016

Cover date: March 2016

"Power and Glory" - Part Six

Writer: Bryan Hitch
Penciller: Bryan Hitch
Inker: Daniel Henriques and Andrew Currie
Cover: Bryan Hitch and Alex Sinclair

Reviewed by: Jeremiah Boor

    Today, many mainstream comics suffer from decompression, or writing for the trade. For this reason, fans want short arcs or one-shots. But those formats make it difficult for big ideas, like the one Hitch has developed in this arc, to breathe. Instead of stretching the story out into a twelve issue arc, Hitch needs to develop his story into a twelve issue arc. There's a difference, but unfortunately, this writer's strength is not story development.

Click here to read the complete review of Justice League of America #7.

February 3, 2016: "Supergirl" Episode Review - S01E13 "Bizarro"Print

Season 1, Episode 11 'Strange Visitor From Another Planet' Superman Homepage reviewer T.A. Ewart (aka liheibao) reviews episodes from the new "Supergirl" TV series, airing on CBS.

Check out his review of the 12th episode in which Kara faces off against her mirror image when Bizarro (Hope Lauren), a twisted version of Supergirl, sets out to destroy her. Also, Kara grows closer with Cat's son, Adam (Blake Jenner).

    The biggest concern in reviewing Supergirl for this reviewer, is how to tackle an episode that isn't enjoyable. Thus far, Supergirl has provided solid and consistent entertainment, and has steadily, progressively improved with every episode, with the exception of "Blood Bonds," and still has much room to grow. The biggest detraction heaved on the show is to dismiss it as "Superman in a skirt". The statement isn't without some credence, as like Mary Marvel before her, Supergirl was introduced as a female counterpart to an already established male hero i.e. we've got the whole demo covered. Although, Supergirl could easily be pigeonholed in such a manner, the show, much like Sterling Gates and Jamal Igle's excellent run on the comic book, has firmly established Kara as her own person, a character as heroic as her cousin, Superman, but still different, with concerns and day-to-day doings that aren't the mirror image of the Man of Tomorrow. Similarities will exist, and these are for obvious reasons, but those likenesses bond Supergirl to a greater story, dynasty, and destiny. So, when we see Bizarro make an appearance on Supergirl, the knee-jerk reaction would be to voice how the show is taking Superman's rogues for her. Well, of course, that is the truth... but they are doing it so well.

Click here to read the complete review of this "Supergirl" episode.

Mild Mannered Reviews - Adventures of Supergirl - Chapter #1Print

Adventures of Supergirl - Chapter #1

Mild Mannered Reviews - Adventures of Supergirl - Chapter #1

Released Digitally: January 25, 2016

"Chapter 1"

Writer: Sterling Gates
Penciller: Bengal
Inker: Bengal
Cover: Cat Staggs

Reviewed by: T.A. Ewart (aka liheibao)

    There's not a lot here for anyone hoping for such. A quarter of the story is analepsis to bring readers up to speed if they're not familiar with the Supergirl show the book is based on, and the remainder of the story is primarily to set-up next issue. Rampage is a good choice of adversary, and the allusion to Supergirl: Cosmic Adventures in the 8th Grade via "Belinda-The Bully" is a nice payoff for long-time Supergirl fans, but in all fairness to Supergirl, Gates, and Bengal, this is a set-up issue in the most academic fashion. It's almost unfair to review it, because as Gates is a proven writer of Supergirl, next issue will very likely tie-in and raise this installment with its own quality.

Click here to read the complete review of Adventures of Supergirl - Chapter #1.

February 3, 2016: "Justice League vs. Teen Titans" to Premiere at WonderConPrint

JL vs TT Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and WonderCon will offer fans the first opportunity witness the animated clash between veteran super heroes and their youthful counterparts when "Justice League vs. Teen Titans," the latest DC Universe Original Movie, has its World Premiere at WonderCon during the March 25-27 weekend at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

"Justice League vs. Teen Titans" welcomes the Teen Titans to the ever-expanding canon of classic DC Comics characters within the DC Universe Original Movies. When Damian’s over-aggressive tendencies almost destroy a Justice League mission, he is sent to learn teamwork by training alongside the Teen Titans. However, adjusting Damian’s attitude turns out to be the least of the Teen Titans’ troubles as Raven’s satanic, world-conquering father Trigon begins an escape from his inter-dimensional prison. To complete his return, Trigon must have Raven’s assistance – and to accomplish his goal, he spreads his demonic forces across the globe, infiltrating the minds and bodies of the Justice League to do his bidding. To save the universe and prevent a literal hell on Earth, the Teen Titans must rescue – or defeat – the Justice League, and intern Trigon for all eternity.

The voice cast for "Justice League vs. Teen Titans" includes several actors reprising their recent Justice League roles – Jason O’Mara (Complications, Terra Nova) as Batman, Jerry O’Connell (Crossing Jordan, Stand By Me) as Superman, Rosario Dawson (Sin City, Rent) as Wonder Woman, Shemar Moore (Criminal Minds) as Cyborg and Christopher Gorham (Covert Affairs, Ugly Betty) as Flash. Sean Maher (Firefly/Serenity, Batman: Bad Blood) also returns as Nightwing, as does Stuart Allan (Batman vs. Robin) as Robin/Damian. Making their Teen Titans voiceover debuts are Taissa Farmiga (American Horror Story, Wicked City) as Raven, Jake T. Austin (Wizards of Waverly Place, The Fosters) as Blue Beetle, Brandon Soo Hoo (Tropic Thunder, From Dusk Til Dawn: The Series) as Beast Boy and Kari Wahlgren (Phineas and Ferb, Legion of Superheroes) as Starfire. Jon Bernthal (The Walking Dead, Daredevil) takes the villainous center stage as Trigon.

Produced by Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment, "Justice League vs. Teen Titans" is directed by Sam Liu from a screenplay by Bryan Q. Miller and Alan Burnett based on a story by Miller. James Tucker is Supervising Producer. Burnett is also co-Producer. Sam Register is Executive Producer.

Produced by Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment, the film will be available from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment on March 29, 2016 via Digital HD, and April 12, 2016 on Blu-RayTM Deluxe Edition, Blu-RayTM Combo Pack and DVD.

February 3, 2016: Tom Welling Talks About "Supergirl" and "Batman v Superman"Print

Tom Welling Appearing on "Access Hollywood", to talk about his new film "The Choice", Tom Welling also spoke about his recent close call with a pillow fire, his time on "Smallville", and whether he'd appear on "Supergirl".

"I've gotten a lot of questions about that, and the funny thing is, I've never been asked," he said. "They've never asked me. So, we'll see. It's a great show; I've seen it."

Tom also expressed how excited he is to see "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" after having watched the latest trailer.