NYCC First Look at “Reign of the Supermen”

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (WBHE) and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment (WBIE) gave those in attendance at New York Comic Con a first look at the upcoming animated movie “Reign of the Supermen”, the sequel to “The Death of Superman”.

On Saturday, October 6 an exclusive NYCC First Look at “Reign of the Supermen” was presented at the Javits Main Stage at the Javits Convention.

The critically acclaimed The Death of Superman took summer by storm, and the second half of the treasured DC Comics tale – Reign of the Supermen – completes the heroic package with its examination of a world first without Superman… and then with several vying for the ultimate title. The following video is an hour-long mix of never-before-seen animated clips and lively discussion amongst executive producer James Tucker, producer/director Sam Liu, screenwriters Jim Krieg & Tim Sheridan, character designer Phil Bourassa, and actors Patrick Fabian (Better Call Saul), voice of Hank Henshaw, Toks Olagundoye (Castle), voice of Cat Grant, Nyambi Nyambi (The Good Fight, Mike & Molly), voice of Martian Manhunter, and some surprise guests.

The “Reign of the Supermen” panel starts six hours, seven minutes in to the 9 hour long video.

Reign of the Supermen arrives from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment in Early 2019.

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As Superman films, I guess this is the best we can look forward to right now regarding our favorite super hero. I am sure he will be wasted on Supergirl. Most likely they will have Lois and Clark in peril and Supergirl, as usual, will save the day. If Warner Brothers had any sort of business sense, they should make their movies on tighter budgets. Where does all the money go, when “Justice League” was panned for poor CGI? Look at the “Deadpool” films for example. It doesn’t matter if you like them or not, the special effects are quite… Read more »