Post Tagged with: “Clark Kent”

CULT CORNER: The Batman/Superman Movie: World’s Finest (1996)

CULT CORNER: The Batman/Superman Movie: World’s Finest (1996)

The Dark Knight joins forces with the Man of Steel in another Animated Series spin-off. 

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Look, Up in the Sky: Revisiting Superman (1941)

Look, Up in the Sky: Revisiting Superman (1941)

With Superman set to return our screens next month, we take a look at the Man of Steel’s first cinematic exploits in these legendary Fleischer shorts. 

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Before Smallville – Revisiting Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman

Before Smallville – Revisiting Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman

Man of Steel? More like Man of Romance. 

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SEQUELISED: Superman II (1980)

SEQUELISED: Superman II (1980)

The search for Clark Kent. 

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Four-Colour Romance: A Comic Compendium One-Shot

Four-Colour Romance: A Comic Compendium One-Shot

Ed prepares for Valentine’s the only way he knows how. 

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MEN OF STEEL #9: Superman Returns (2006)

MEN OF STEEL #9: Superman Returns (2006)

Is Bryan Singer’s thematic sequel to Superman II still a disaster seven years later? Kal-El detractor Dylan gives it a fresh perspective. 

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MEN OF STEEL #8: Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987)

MEN OF STEEL #8: Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987)

Superman goes to Milton Keynes for one of the worst comic book films of all time. 

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THE COMIC COMPENDIUM #42: Smallville (2002)

THE COMIC COMPENDIUM #42: Smallville (2002)

The Superman show comic book fans hated also spawned its own comic tie-in. Ed takes a look. 

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THE COMIC COMPENDIUM #41: Superman: Grounded (2010)

THE COMIC COMPENDIUM #41: Superman: Grounded (2010)

Our Superman coverage isn’t quite over yet. The Man of Steel takes a long walk across America and weighs the pros and cons of property damage. Wait, you mean this isn’t the film? 

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MEN OF STEEL #4: Superman (1978)

MEN OF STEEL #4: Superman (1978)

Christopher Reeve assumes the role he was born to play in Richard Donner’s quintessential blockbuster. This looks like a job for Cal-El!

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