HWR RELEASES... LEGEND OF THE LICH LORD, PANIC/FITZGERALD & SHADOWGATE

HWR RELEASES... LEGEND OF THE LICH LORD, PANIC/FITZGERALD & SHADOWGATE
Working with Composers: Bruno Valenti, Brian Tyler & Rich Douglas

Man of Steel: Versus

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Today, Superman is commonly seen as a brave and kind-hearted hero with a strong sense of justice, morality, and righteousness. He adheres to an unwavering moral code instilled in him by his adoptive parents. His commitment to operating within the law has been an example to many citizens and other heroes but has stirred resentment and criticism among others, who refer to him as the "big blue boy scout." Superman can be rather rigid in this trait, causing tensions in the superhero community.
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So I have not had a versus vs. versus in sometime, so I thought I would throw you all a one... My question is not the obvious "who is your favorite Superman"... mine who stands best for Truth, Justice and the American Way? They all stand for some type of humanity, some cause... which one fills the shoes the best.

This will be the last of the posting on the Man of Steel... I filled the month, well at least my regular postings... I won't be here on Friday so this will run until Monday when we welcome in the month of July! Though there are hundreds of Superman aspects I didn't cover from costume, music, bad guys, good guys... well you get the picture. Scratching the surface... maybe I will return to it down the road.
-Jeremy [Retro]

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8 comments:

  1. You know it is funny, but I always wished they would do an adult version with the cast of Smallville. I felt it had a chance to be a better version of Lois and Clark.

    I will always go to the comics for my Superman. I actually like the 2002 - the new 52 Superman.

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  2. I like this latest Superman best. And of course I really like the 70's comic book version, since I get hooked on the DC world when I was a kid.
    May we both enjoy our day off tomorrow!

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  3. To me, Christopher Reeves is Superman. He was super in real life and film. All that he did for spinal injuries alone made him greater than any film could.

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  4. Superman should stop July from coming so quickly!

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  5. This has been a great series Jeremy. While I liked Man of Steel it's probably the most flawed version of Superman. So I would say Reeve is the best.

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  6. My favorite had to have been the 1950s George Reeves Superman....



    ...o.k, I'm kidding! Not that there was anything wrong with that version...just a bit hokey, was all.

    My favorite incarnation has been the cartoon series "Justice League Unlimited" version. Still the boyscout, but with just a touch of an edge.

    Great series, Jeremy :)

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  7. I enjoyed the flawed comic Superman of KINGDOM COME painted by Alex Ross. This latest incarnation seems more rooted in realistic psychological reactions. Along the lines of what Brandon said: I thought if they were going to make a movie, why not take advantage of the 10 years of audience loyalty for Smallville the TV series and use those stars?

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