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Superman

  1. How It Should Have Ended Discusses Superhero Movies, the Oscars, Reboots

    Watch it for the ending. Trust us.

    I think my favorite thing about the HISHE YouTube channel is that over time, it's slowly evolved from a series of gimmicky movie parodies to what basically amounts to a superhero-themed episode of Seinfeld. Which I think makes Batman George? Yeah, Batman is totally George. Anyway, check out this edition of Super Café where they basically talk about nothing and it's the best thing ever.

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  2. Former Kryptonians Helen Slater & Dean Cain Head to CBS’s Supergirl

    Once you're in the Super family, you're in it for life.

    Am I super excited about this news? You bet!

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  3. Looks Like CBS’s Supergirl Show is Looking to Cast a Superman

    But maybe not quite how fans might want to see him.

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  4. Ming Doyle, Erica Henderson and Other Comics Artists Give Us the Genderblended DC Movie Universe We Always Wanted

    *make grabby hands*

    It began simply, when Ming Doyle posted this fabulous depiction of Sigourney Weaver as Bruce Wayne. But if you're going to give Tumblr an art prompt (draw DC comics characters as played by famous movie stars of a different gender), you better be prepared to give it a glass of milk to go with it. I mean... for the art explosion that happens next.

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  5. The Secret to Superman Stories is NOT Super-Flare

    (Though Super-Flare IS fun!)

    Last week, Superman developed a new super-power. Sort of. This ability, which Batman calls "super-flare," is an extension of heat-vision, expelling the solar energy in Superman's body in one destructive blast, then leaving him powerless for about twenty-four hours. There have been several who have suggested that such a power is good because it is the key to making Superman more interesting and more human.

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  6. Amy Adams Promises: No Super/Wondy/Lane Love Triangle, and Other Script Details From Batman v Superman

    "And then I said 'There's the door, spaceman.'" "Classic!"

    It's a rough life, hoping for a greater presence for female characters in superhero movies. So it's not particularly surprising that folks can find potential sooty interiors to any silver lining, namely, that now that Superman and Wonder Woman are an item in comics, it might mean that Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice will release with a healthy helping of that tired trope of female competition over a man.

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  7. 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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  8. Wonder Woman’s New 52 Origin Should Not Be Used in Film (or At All)

    Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice producer Charles Roven says they'll be using Wonder Woman's DC Comics' "New 52" reboot origin rather than the story imagined by her original writer and creator William Moulton Marston. I think using the New 52 origin in general, much less in these films, is a mistake which diminishes the character and goes against why she was created in the first place.

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  9. Nic Cage/Tim Burton Superman Details Put Supes in Therapy, and I’m Kind of Into It

    Nicholas Cage: Good or Bad?

    You think Man of Steel was moody? How about Superman in therapy because he doesn't know where his powers come from and he just wants to fit in. It sounds like the never-realized Tim Burton Superman movie was about one step away from being titled Superman: You Can't Tell Me What to Do You're Not Even My Real Dad!

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  10. DC Wonderfully Responds To Those Terrible Superman/Wonder Woman & Batman Shirts

    Well, that's a nice start.

    Say what you want about DC Comics and their various and sundry public marketing snafus, but they're getting much, much better at quickly and graciously addressing fan concerns and apologizing for their involvement. Which, I guess they kind of had to when you think about it. Still, credit where it's due, guys.

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