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Superman is the brainchild of Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster who first envisioned the character in 1932 and later had his first appearance in Action Comics #1 in June 1938. What Jerry and Joe did not know at the time was that they had created a character that would become the signature icon of DC Comics and the most universally recognized hero in human history.

Since 1938, the character of Superman/Clark Kent has appeared in every imaginable media form including television, film, novelizations, and even a Broadway show.

Being Superman is the childhood fantasy of every little boy and girl (they of course want to be Supergirl). He is an enduring emblem of the American dream, the young immigrant who comes to the United States, embraces the culture and makes something of himself and enriches his adopted nation. He is a classical hero in the modern age who fights criminals, rescues the helpless and has a sense of morals and justice as strong and unshakeable as he is.

Since 1998, the Superman Super Site's mission statement has been to bring you all the latest news, updates, and information pertaining to the Man of Steel and the Superman universe in general.

It is a mission we are proud to maintain for all the fellow Superman fans of the world and everyone who visits our site because, without you, we would not exist.





The McDonald's fast-food chain is launching a Justice League themed menu in Hong Kong and is kicking it off with the "Batman Burger."

The new burger (pictured below) features two patties, an egg, mustard sauce, bbq sauce, cheese and onions.

Other items debuting on the heroic new menu are "Squeezy Cheesy Fries" (french fries that the consumer squeezes cheese onto) and sparkling green apple iced tea.



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While recently speaking with the Detroit Free Press, actor Ben Affleck reflected on his time in the Motor City while filming "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice." Here's an excerpt from the article:

What does he think of Detroit so far? "I love it. It's made a big impression on me," says Affleck. "I went and toured some of the car factories. I was really kind of moved by how American industry is actually employing American workers here in Michigan, that it's really happening, I saw it with my own eyes."

"It's been really inspiring to see ways that people here are working and plugging away and rebounding and dedicating themselves to the city. There's this whole kind of spirit here of, 'Hey, we're on the comeback' kind of thing."

"There are things to be discouraged by here and there are things to be inspired by here. I find it really dynamic. There are parts that look like Metropolis and parts that look like Gotham City," says Affleck, perhaps with a hint of what's to come.

Read the complete article at here.

"Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice" is scheduled to hit theaters on March 25, 2016.

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MLive.com has scored an interview with an anonymous bartender/waiter from Flint, MI who recently completed his work as an extra in director Zack Snyder's "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice."

Here's an excerpt from the interview in which the extra discusses how memorable the experience on set was:

What was the experience like filming scenes for "Batman v. Superman" and your interactions with other extras, cast members and crew members?

I have done commercial work, stage work and performance work, but have never seen anything on this scale. There were 200-plus people involved in the shoot I took place in. That's pretty small because this was a situation where everyone wasn't used at once. People came (as part of the crew) knowing what to do and that helped. It really helped and was fairly easy — if you were willing to listen.

You had to be willing to do what was necessary. If you did that, crew members were willing to work with you. There was a real sense of professionalism and the message: 'You're either going to get on board with this opportunity or you're going to jump ship.' They didn't have any time to waste and they were moving, moving, moving. When they say 'We need you on the set!,' you have to get on the set. You run to the set, you don't walk. They don't really tell you that, but I understood.

What do you think fans should expect with "Batman v. Superman" once it's released?

I know comic books, and slowly became a fan of Zack Snyder. I think there are going to a few little things (in the film) where fans are going to be like 'What?' But I think they'll understand later. And I think sometimes nerds take things too seriously, you know, when it comes to these movies. This is coming from a half-nerd, a half-geek.

With these types of films, you can't take them too seriously. I think "Man of Steel" was a great reboot, and Zack Snyder did a great, great job. And I came up with Christopher Reeve (as Superman). Just even as an aesthetic look, (Reeve) looked like Superman. But now there's the technology with these movies, so I think with Batman v. Superman, based on the Frank Miller stories, I think it's going to be a great movie.

I'm hoping that it blows "Avatar" out of the water. Avatar is a beautiful movie, but it's the same old story. I want it to be knocked off the top, and I think fans should expect to be blown away (with "Batman v Superman") and damn near have tears in their eyes.

Read the complete interview at MLive.com

"Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice" is scheduled to hit theaters on March 25, 2016.

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Following the recent reveal and photos of the Batmobile on the set of "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice", now comes what may be the first look at the latest big-screen version of Wayne Manor.

Batman-News has posted the following images showing production crews setting up at the abandoned Ransom Gillis House in Detroit, while a set video has also been posted featuring Gotham City Police arriving at the mansion.

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Actor Michael Rosenbaum will be a featured celebrity guest at the "1st Annual Shock Pop Comiccon" which takes place February 13th - 15th, 2015 at the Broward County Convention Center in Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Rosenbaum is best known for his starring role as Lex Luthor for seven seasons on the hit CW television series, "Smallville" and as the voice of Wally West/The Flash on the animated series, "Justice League."

Other guests scheduled to attend the three-day convention include Robert Englund ("A Nightmare on Elm Street",) Ralph Macchio ("The Karate Kid",) Sylvester McCoy ("Dr. Who",) and Kristin Bauer ("True Blood").

For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit http://shockpopcc.com/.

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The Temple Israel Museum in Memphis, TN has recently unveiled a new exhibit entitled "Superman: The Jewish Roots of America's Super Hero" which explores the influence of the Jewish experience on the evolution of the Man of Steel.

In 1938, two Jewish kids from Cleveland, Ohio, created Superman, the world’s most-enduring super hero. In doing so, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster wrapped their comic book character in a dual identity and concealed the signs of Jewish culture that they embedded in their Mensch of Steel. Today super hero scholars and collectors continue to ask: What did Siegel and Shuster have in mind when they gave birth to Superman 76 years ago? Who at that time knew that Superman’s roots were Jewish? Yet clues to Superman’s Jewish origins are numerous.

The exhibit features a broad and meaningful collection of Superman memorabilia and artifacts amassed by Temple Israel member Eddy Zeno.

"Superman: The Jewish Roots of America's Super Hero" will be on display in the Temple Israel Museum from September 22nd - December 31st, 2014.

For more information, please visit http://www.timemphis.org

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Harry Lennix Talks "Batman v. Superman"

Posted on September 22, 2014 by Neil Cole

Actor Harry Lennix will soon return to televison for the second season of NBC's "The Blacklist" in his role as Harold Cooper, the assistant director of the FBI Counterterrorism Division.

While recently promoting the new season of the hit tv series, Lennix was asked by Moviefone if he could reveal anything about "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice" in which he will once again star in the role of General Swanwick.

"'Batman v Superman' ... [Laughs] Well, no. Anybody who's a fan of the '86 graphic novel "The Dark Knight Returns," I think will be well pleased by that. This is a historic event. Clearly, Zack Snyder is on the cutting edge of directing movies of this scope and scale. I think you can depend on the acting -- you've got Amy Adams, of course. You've got Henry [Cavill]. I don't think there are any surprises with regard to that. What will happen remains to be seen. I'd probably wind up in a box some place."

"The Dark Knight Returns" invloved one of the most epic showdowns ever between Batman and Superman, in which the Man of Steel is ordered by the US Government to venture to Gotham City to take Batman into custody.

Time will tell which, if any, aspects of "The Dark Knight Returns" storyline will be incorporated into director Zack Snyder's highly anticipated follow-up to "Man of Steel."

Source: Moviefone

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Supergirl TV Series Coming to CBS

Posted on September 19, 2014 by Neil Cole

Entertainment Weekly has learned that Warner Bros. Televison has received a commitment from CBS to air the studio's Supergirl series.

Based on the DC Comics character, the drama tells the story of Kara Zor-El, who was born on the planet Krypton, but escaped amid its destruction years ago. Since arriving on Earth, she’s been hiding the powers she shares with her famous cousin Superman. But now, at age 24, she decides to embrace her superhuman abilities and be the hero she was always meant to be.

Arrow and Flash executive producer Greg Berlanti and New Normal’s Ali Adler will write and executive-produce with Sarah Schechter.

The Supergirl drama is the latest in an extensive line-up of DC Comics inspired tv series which are set to premiere in the coming weeks and months.

FOX will premiere "Gotham" on September 22nd followed by the CW Network series premiere of "The Flash" on October 7th and season three of "Arrow" on October 8th. "Constantine", which is based on the characters appearing in the DC Comics series 'Hellblazer', debuts on NBC on October 24th.

Source: Entertainment Weekly

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MACHINIMA PARTNERS WITH WARNER BROS. AND DC ENTERTAINMENT FOR ORIGINAL SERIES
JUSTICE LEAGUE: GODS AND MONSTERS CHRONICLES
THREE-PART ANIMATED SHORTFORM SERIES FROM BRUCE TIMM AND ALAN BURNETT
FEATURES BATMAN, WONDER WOMAN AND SUPERMAN IN AN ALTERNATE UNIVERSE

In the first programming collaboration since Warner Bros.’ investment in Machinima earlier this year, the global many 2 many programming service for fanboys and videogamers announced today that it has greenlit the new animated shortform series Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles, from Bruce Timm and Alan Burnett (both producers of the legendary Batman: The Animated Series). The digital series is based on Justice League: Gods & Monsters, an original animated film executive produced by Timm and co-produced by Burnett that will be released by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment later in 2015. Chronicles will focus on alternate versions of DC Comics’ iconic Justice League members Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman.

“Ever since we announced the Warner Bros. strategic investment, we have been looking for a new and exciting way to tap into the company’s unmatched content. With Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles, Machinima will be the very first place fans can experience a new vision for DC Comics’ beloved Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman characters. In addition, we have built a first-of-its-kind package for brands to engage with these characters to reach Machinima’s elusive audience,” stated Chad Gutstein, Machinma’s CEO.

Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles marks the first project from Warner Bros.’ newly formed digital content production unit, headed up by Sam Register, President, Warner Bros. Animation and Warner Digital Series.

Sam Register said: “We couldn’t be happier to be announcing our first new digital series today, and we’re even more excited that it’s a collaboration with such accomplished storytellers as Bruce Timm and Alan Burnett, who have been responsible for some of the most innovative and creative DC Universe projects. We can’t wait for fans to have a chance to see the world they have created when Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles debuts on Machinima next year.”

“We are committed to delivering DC Entertainment’s extensive line-up of world-class characters and stories to audiences across all platforms and formats,” stated DC Entertainment President Diane Nelson. “Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles is an exciting opportunity to bring alternate versions of DC Comics’ iconic Justice League characters to Machinima, and we look forward to bringing this new animated shortform series to life with our partners across Warner Bros.”

Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles explores a newly conceived reality in the DC Universe where Justice League members Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman are much darker versions of the Super Heroes that people think they know. The episodes are expected to debut on Machinima in spring 2015, weeks before the launch of the film. More details on each episode of Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles will be released in the upcoming months.

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Production work on "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice" recently switched over to some nighttime film shoots featuring the latest version of the Batmobile.

Thanks to Autoblog, some amazing photos from the shoot have been posted featuring the iconic vehicle racing through the streets of the Gotham City set in Detroit, Michigan. Check out a few of the photos below:



Check out the full gallery of the Batmobile in action at the above Autoblog link.

"Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice" is scheduled to hit theaters on March 25, 2016.

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Voice actor Buster Jones who provided the voice of Black Vulcan on the classic "Super Friends" cartoons in the early 1980's has passed away at the age of 71.

In addition to the Super Friends, Jones also had roles in such '80s & '90s cartoons as "The Transformers", "G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero", "The Real Ghostbusters", "Captain Planet & the Planeteers" and "The New Batman Adventures."

Jones was born in Paris, Tennessee in 1943. He attended Lane College in Jackson, Tennessee, where he played in a band and got a job as a disc jockey. During his career as a DJ he worked in Washington, D.C. and in Los Angeles. He also did voice work in commercials, which led to his career as a voice actor.

Outside of voice acting, Jones appeared as the host of "Soul Unlimited" which was Dick Clark's short-lived all-black version of "American Bandstand" that Clark had created as an answer to "Soul Train."

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Beginning in 1916 and continuing for over 47 years, world-renowned artist Norman Rockwell published a total of 323 original covers for the Saturday Evening Post featuring realistic depictions of everyday life scenarios.

Inspired by Rockwell's artwork, artist Ruiz Burgos (aka "OnlyMilo") has created an original series of Saturday Evening Post covers featuring the superheroes & villains of DC Comics.

One such cover - pictured below - depicts Clark Kent sitting at a vintage shoe-shine booth surrounded by subtle references to the Man of Steel including a child reading a copy of "Action Comics No. 1" and an advertisement pertaining to Superman co-creators, Joe Siegel and Jerry Shuster.

View all of Burgos' original DC Comics inspired Saturday Evening Post covers on his Deviant Art page.

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The memorial bronze Superman statue of 5-year-old Toronto murder victim, Jeffrey Baldwin is nearing completion and will be officially unveiled on October 18, 2014.

The statue features Baldwin - who was starved, beaten and ultimately murdered by his grandparents in 2002 - dressed as the Man of Steel. DC Entertainment initially refused to allow the inclusion of the iconic "S" shield on the sculpture but, following a public outcry, the decision was ultimately reversed.

"I am grateful to DC for allowing Jeffrey's statue to display the iconic Superman S-shield," stated memorial organizer Todd Boyce in an interview with THR. "The amount of affection shown for Jeffrey from people around the world has been extremely heartwarming.

Hopefully Jeffrey's statue will act as a reminder to adults of their responsibility to report a suspected case of abuse, possibly saving the life of another vulnerable child."

The statue will be located in Toronto's Greenwood Park and will include a park bench inscribed with messages to Jeffrey from those who contributed funds to the memorial project.

Source: THR

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DC Entertainment will continue to put a heavy emphasis on Batman's 75th anniversary during the course of their schedule of events during the 2014 New York Comic-Con.

Here's a complete run-down of their official plans for the 2014 convention:

  • A multi-faceted booth presence featuring Batman costumes worn by Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, George Clooney and Christian Bale, and a very special cape and cowl from BATMAN v. SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE director Zack Snyder. The booth will also include a Batman memorial statue that appeared in THE DARK KNIGHT RISES and video game kiosks featuring Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment games LEGO BATMAN 3: BEYOND GOTHAM and INFINITE CRISIS.
  • A highlight of DCE’s activities at New York Comic Con will be a must-see “Batman 75th Anniversary” panel that gathers renowned Batman talent for an in-depth discussion. On hand to celebrate the World’s Greatest Detective will be famous Batman artist Jim Lee (BATMAN: HUSH), DCE Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns (BATMAN: EARTH ONE), bestselling BATMAN creative team, writer Scott Snyder and artist Greg Capullo, superstar BATMAN artist Neal Adams and the “voice of Batman” Kevin Conroy (Batman: The Animated Series, Batman: Arkham Knight). Saturday 2pm Empire Stage 1-E
  • The future of Gotham begins this October and the “Batman: Gotham Rising” panel will herald in a collection of writers and artists to discuss Batman’s next 75 years, including the debut of BATGIRL’s new look, along with the debut of new series GOTHAM ACADEMY, ARKHAM MANOR and GOTHAM BY MIDNIGHT, and a new storyline from the bestselling BATMAN series, and hit titles CATWOMAN, ROBIN RISES, and GRAYSON. Friday 3:15pm Empire Stage 1-E
  • Get an inside look at some of the amazing work from DCE’s female creatives at the “Women Of DC Entertainment” panel which will include JOKER’S DAUGHTER writer Marguerite Bennett, new series GOTHAM ACADEMY writer Becky Cloonan, HARLEY QUINN writer/artist Amanda Conner, WONDER WOMAN writer Meredith Finch, COFFIN HILL writer Caitlin Kittredge, SECRET SIX writer Gail Simone, and new BATGIRL artist Babs Tarr. Saturday 6:15pm Room Room 1A06
  • Join the heroes of DC Comics – The New 52 at the “Champions of Justice” panel which will include JUSTICE LEAGUE writer Geoff Johns, WONDER WOMAN artist David Finch, STAR SPANGLED WAR STORIES writer Jimmy Palmiotti, CONSTANTINE writer Ray Fawkes, DEATHSTROKE writer and artist Tony Daniel, LOBO artist Aaron Kuder, GRAYSON writer Tim Seeley and artist Tom King, BATMAN/SUPERMAN writer Greg Pak, and SECRET ORIGINS writer Paul Levitz. Saturday 4:15pm Room 1A06
  • Get your download on the latest “DC Digital” titles from new series including ARROW: SEASON 2.5, THE FLASH: SEASON ZERO, SENSATION COMICS FEATURING WONDER WOMAN, as well as INJUSTICE and SMALLVILLE. You won’t want to miss sneak peeks and exciting news about what’s on the horizon for the digital slate. Panelists include Marc Guggenheim, Bruno Redondo, Marc Andreyko, Shawn Kittlesen, and Bryan Q. Miller. Sunday 2:00pm Room Room 1A21
  • Unlock the secrets behind the hugely anticipated new storyline at the “Green Lantern: Godhead Begins!” panel, featuring a star-studded collection of talent including Van Jensen (GREEN LANTERN CORPS), Justin Jordan (GREEN LANTERN: NEW GUARDIANS), Robert Venditti (GREEN LANTERN) and Brad Walker (GREEN LANTERN: NEW GUARDIANS). Friday 1:15 pm Room Room 1A06
  • Get an inside look at Vertigo’s genre-defying titles at the “Vertigo: Defy Conventions” which will amaze with trend-setting comics and top-notch talent. Plus be there for sneak peeks at what’s to come from the imprint that consistently defies expectations. Friday 5:15pm Room Room 1A06
  • “Mad About MAD” – MAD Magazine presents the latest from the Usual Gang Of Idiots in this hilarious, must-see panel! Thursday 6:15pm Room 1A24
  • Fans will be able to pick up exciting New York Comic Con exclusives including variant cover editions of THE MULTIVERSITY #1, BATMAN #35, BATGIRL #35, and two editions of HARLEY QUINN: FUTURES END #1 – “Love It” and “Hate It.”
  • The 2014 New York Comic-Con takes place October 9th - 12th at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in Manhattan, New York.

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    An open casting call for "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice" has been sent out by Warner Bros. for scenes which will be filmed in Lansing, Michigan this Fall.

    According to the Michigan Film Office website, the studio is seeking background actors that are at least 18 years of age. Here are the casting call details:

  • Filming will be all night on 10/16/14 and 10/17/14
  • Filming in Lansing
  • Extras are paid $65.20/8 and overtime after 8 hrs.
  • Catered meal provided
  • Hiring extras 18 years of age and older
  • Must be legal to work in US
  • If you are interested in the opportunity of being an extra in the highly anticipated film, submit a current casual photo along with your name, date of birth, and cell phone number to wb@realstyleonline.com with the subject line, "Lansing Extras".

    "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice" is scheduled to hit theaters on March 25, 2016.

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    A power outage at the Six Flags Great Adventure amusement park left some patrons briefly stuck on "Superman: Ultimate Flight" and other rides, but no injuries were reported.

    The park in Jackson, New Jersey lost power early Sunday afternoon which forced some riders to exit other coasters and walk along the tracks.

    “When we got off the Green Lantern line people were walking on the track to get off,” tweeted park-goer Jillian Maggio.

    Park spokeswoman Kaitlyn Turi says all guests who were on rides when the outage occurred were safely unloaded within 20 minutes. The cause of the outage was not immediately clear according to Jackson police.

    Power was restored to portions of the park a short time later, and following a safety check some rides resumed normal operations. All rides affected by the outage were not immediately disclosed.

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    Actor Denny Miller Passes Away at Age 80

    Posted on September 14, 2014 by Neil Cole

    Actor Denny Miller who portrayed the role of Superman in a series of Air Force recruiting commercials in the 1970s has passed away following a brief battle with ALS.

    Miller was born April 25, 1934 in Bloomington, Indiana. He was a basketball star at UCLA where his father was a physical education instructor. In his senior year, while working as a furniture mover to pay for school, he was discovered on Sunset Boulevard by a Hollywood agent who signed him with MGM. He became the first blond Tarzan in Tarzan, the Ape Man (1959), a cheapie/quickie which lifted most of its footage from earlier Johnny Weissmuller movies. MGM had him under contract for 20 months; in that time, he worked 8 weeks as Tarzan. After that, he did guest spots on a number of TV series, finally becoming a regular on "Wagon Train" from 1961 to 1964 as character “Duke Shannon”. In 1965-6, he starred with Juliet Prowse in Mona McCluskey (1965).

    Miller guest-starred on Gilligan's Island in 1964 as “Duke Williams” in episode “Big Man on Little Stick”, and in 1967 as “Tongo the Ape Man” in episode “Our Vines Have Tender Apes.” He would also guest-star on another Sherwood Schwartz production, The Brady Bunch, in 1973 as Carol Brady's egomaniacal high-school boyfriend "Tank Gates" in the episode "Quarterback Sneak".

    He also starred as "Wyoming Bill Kelso" in the Peter Sellers movie The Party, as the clone (Theta-class life form) Ser 5-9 on the original Battlestar Galactica series, as an alien invader in the television mini-series V, and as the Gorton's Fisherman on TV ads for 14 years. All together, he starred in over 200 episodic television series.

    Later in life, Miller became a health advocate and an author of three novels including "Didn't You Used To Be...What's His Name?" and a book about the obesity problem in the United States called "Toxic Waist?...Get To Know Sweat!". USA Book News selected this last book as a Finalist in the Health Category for "Best Books 2006".

    Miller is survived by his wife, Nancy.

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    A recent report from Cosmic Book News stated that the recently revealed Batmobile had been stolen from the Detroit set of "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice."

    Not suprisingly, the story turned out to be completely fake. This is also the same site that posted the fake news story earlier this year that "Breaking Bad" actor Bryan Cranston had been confirmed in the role of Lex Luthor.

    In response to the fake article and seeing an opporunity for another crossover image between his film and J.J. Abrams' "Star Wars" movie, director Zack Snyder has posted the following mash-up of the new Batmobile and a Stormtrooper from "Star Wars" being arrested by Gotham City cops for stealing the vehicle:

    "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice" is scheduled to premiere in theaters on March 25, 2016.

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    Congratulations to Alexis Thompson who was our August contest winner of one hardcover edition of "DC Comics: A Visual History".

    For our September contest, we have partnered with TV Store Online to offer one lucky individual the opportunity to win the following three (3) Superman t-shirts:

    To enter, simply enter your name and email address below and click the "Enter Here to Win" button. We will select the winner on Tuesday, September 30th.


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    For our September contest, we have partnered with TV Store Online to offer one lucky individual the opportunity to win the above three (3) Superman t-shirts.

    To enter, simply enter your name and email address below and click the "Enter Here to Win" button. We will select the winner on Tuesday, September 30th.




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    09/06: Justin Whalin, Jimmy Olsen in Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, born in 1974.
    09/08: The Super Friends cartoon show makes its debut on ABC-TV in 1973.
    09/10: Filmation's The New Adventures of Superman animated series premieres on CBS in 1966.
    09/12: Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman makes its debut on ABC-TV in 1993.
    09/13: Artist Mike Grell (Superboy and the Legion of Super Heroes) born in 1947.
    09/15: Jackie Cooper, Perry White in the Superman films, born in 1922.
    09/17: Writer Roger Stern (Action Comics) born in 1950.
    09/19: Jeremy Irons (Alfred Pennyworth in "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice") born in 1948.
    09/25: Christopher Reeve, star of the Superman films, born in 1952.
    09/26: Writer Louise Simonson (Superman: The Man of Steel) born in 1946.



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