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  1. David Goyer, Syfy Developing Superman Origin Story; Teen Titans Pilot To Start Filming Next Year

    "It's not an 'S.' On my world it means ‘stop.’"

    After promising to focus on actual sci-fi programming and cut down on the shark-based weather phenomena, Syfy is about to bring audiences the most explosive television event of the decade: a David S. Goyer-developed drama about Superman's grandpa.

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  2. The Winter Olympics Will Have a Giant Kryptonian Face Projector, the World Engine Is Working

    Behold MegaFace, Destroyer of... Faces...

    It seems that Zod's plan to turn Earth into Krypton in Man of Steel wasn't entirely unsuccessful, as this year's Winter Olympics in Sochi will have a building-size version of the pin art face displays used by the Kryptonians. They're calling it MegaFace. Yeah, they pretty much named it after Megatron. Get your references straight, Russia.

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  3. Man of Steel Is Out Today on Blu-ray and DVD

    The documentary on Krypton alone is worth the price of admission here.

    Man of Steel, the tentpole around which Warner Bros. is building their new DC film universe, is out on DVD and Blu-ray today. We took a look at the special features on the Blu-ray. Here's what we think!

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  4. Geekoystem Podcast Episode 6 “Planet Krypton” Is Here!

    Our weekly discussion/argument about the finer points of geek culture.

    Episode six of the Geekosystem Podcast is here for your enjoyment! This week Dan is back from being a ghost, and the team discusses space law, the physics of the TARDIS, and whether or not Superman is boring or just difficult to write for. All that and Editors' Picks in this week's episode. Enjoy!

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  5. Neil DeGrasse Tyson Found Krypton for Superman in Comics and For Us in Real Life

    Everybody loves Neil DeGrasse Tyson. So it's no surprise that when DC Comics decided that Superman would try to find Krypton in the night sky in an upcoming issue of ACTION COMICS, they thought Mr. Tyson should be the person to help the Man of Steel. (In such a vulnerable moment, it's important to have support from a friend, right?) What DC wasn't banking on, I'd wager, was how involved Mr. Tyson would become once he agreed to let them use his likeness: Tyson worked with the writers to find a real star that could serve as a plausible location for Krypton's sun based on the relatively fuzzy criteria about the planet's location.

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  6. Neil deGrasse Tyson Has Found Superman’s Home Planet Of Krypton, With Science

    Faster than a speeding bullet!

    We here at The Mary Sue have a very fond affection for astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson. He's just so cool! Well his coolness factor just went up exponentially. He's found Krypton. 

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  7. Barack Obama Is Going to Be on MythBusters

    We all already knew that President Barack Obama was a bit of a geek, what with his buying Star Wars memorabilia in public, joking about dilithium crystals, and telling reporters that he was actually born on Krypton, sent by his father Jor-El to save Earth. (Maybe that's what all those birth certificate rumors are actually about?) Now, he's about to add another feather to his cap o' geekiness by appearing on the Discovery Channel's Mythbusters. Obama will appear in an episode exploring the ancient Greek myth that scientist Archimedes was able to set invading Roman ships on fire using reflected, focused light.

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