Justice League: Gods and Monsters [Blu-ray]
In an alternative history Zod is Superman's father, Batman is a vampiric Man-Bat, and Wonder Woman is the child of Ares, God of War. When these dark heroes form an alliance, the question everyone asks is will they save the world, or rule it?
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DC Collectibles Bombshells Lois Lane Statue
Designed by Ant Lucia. Sculpted by Tim Miller. Due to the overwhelming responses from the DC Comics Bombshell variant covers comes the lastest statue in the wildly popular line featuring your favorite heroes and villains portrayed in the pinup style of the 1940s and 50s! Limited edition of 5,200. Measures approximately 11.5" tall.
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I re-read "Action Comics" #1 while preparing for the book because I started off by talking about "Action," in general, and how I felt it really worked. I got a new appreciation for it and a new understanding of how fast and how colorful it must have seemed to people at the time. This was, of course, the time of black and white cinema and Superman burst onto the scene with this incredible velocity. I kind of really got into that early Superman, which was something that I wasn't really a big fan of before. So to answer your question, yes, I've read the "Superman Chronicles" right through the first couple of years of "Superman" when it was really quite pure and brash.
Can you bring us up to speed to where Superman is at this point in your story in terms of strength and powers? Is he leaping tall buildings in a single bound or is he flying?
Well, he's kind of in a space between leaping and flying. [Laughs] Right now, he's kind of leaping, but he's in this moment between doing this and this other thing. You get to see what his limits truly are in "Action Comics" #7. You get to see if he can actually run or jump or fly. That development is a big part of what we're doing. But right now, he's kind of an inbetweener. He's only six months into his career.
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