Discussion in 'The Comics' started by Thread Manager, Jan 24, 2011.
By supermanrebooted at 2011-04-07
what is this from?????
It's from the Marvel/DC crossover in the 70s 'Superman vs. the Amazing Spider-Man' (Part II) but that part is from when Superman fights the Hulk.
I always loved how they paid tribute to Reeves by drawing Superman in his image. Too bad that's already over
Agreed, I also like how Gary Frank drew Kal-El to be lean but still muscular. Which is more believable, especially when he's Clark.
Found these on deviantART:
(The Last Family of Krypton)
I hope Man of Steel has a great scene on Krypton like that
[SUPERMAN: METROPOLIS - Secret Files & Origins]
Since this is the comics thread and I don't want to start another for one question, I figured I ask here.
In what issues do "the Vanishing" storylines take place?
We don't actually see the event of "The Vanishing" occur, just the after effects and explanation in "For Tomorrow" issues Superman #204-215 (by Brian Azzarello and Jim Lee.)
Thanks! I was just feeling like I was missing something.
I know what you mean.I thought I had missed that storyline too.
I hope that they don't focus on the origin too much. Like maybe a brief 5 minute sequence right at the start. Because honestly, who in the general movie going audience doesn't know Super-man's origin story?
Looking at that Perez art...he is a true master. I only wish he was drawing the classic Superman uniform in the new Superman title.
If he'd been paired with Mark Waid as writer...holy crap...epic stuff.
We'll see how he does on the writing.