✨Do you know that initially Superman could only jump to the height of skyscrapers. This ability arose because of the difference in gravity between Krypton and Earth. However, when creating a cartoon studio encountered the problem of animation of such a jump and suggested making a flying Superman, which was much easier and cheaper ✏️ And the most superhero bow tie of our store you can find on WoodenAccessoriesRU.etsy.com 👈 ✒️А Вы знали, что первоначально Супермен мог только прыгать на высоту…

✨Do you know that initially Superman could only jump to the height of skyscrapers. This ability arose because of the difference in gravity between Krypton and Earth. However, when creating a cartoon studio encountered the problem of animation of such a jump and suggested making a flying Superman, which was much easier and cheaper ✏️ And the most superhero bow tie of our store you can find on WoodenAccessoriesRU.etsy.com 👈 ✒️А Вы знали, что первоначально Супермен мог только прыгать на высоту…

Bonnie And Clyde a set of original music inspired by ten unique pairs of characters is the latest accomplishment in the very productive and creative career of arranger-composer-trumpeter Dave Lisik. A Canadian who taught high school in Winnipeg Canada and college in Memphis Tennessee Lisik has been a resident of Wellington New Zealand since 2010 where he teaches at the New Zealand School of Music and has been a very active part of the jazz and creative music scene. While Lisik has written…

Bonnie And Clyde a set of original music inspired by ten unique pairs of characters is the latest accomplishment in the very productive and creative career of arranger-composer-trumpeter Dave Lisik. A Canadian who taught high school in Winnipeg Canada and college in Memphis Tennessee Lisik has been a resident of Wellington New Zealand since 2010 where he teaches at the New Zealand School of Music and has been a very active part of the jazz and creative music scene. While Lisik has written…

#100Years#100Years Sheldon Mayer ( http://ift.tt/2nqf61m ) In the 1970s when failing eyesight limited his drawing ability he continued to work for National/DC contributing scripts to the companies horror and mystery magazines including most notably House of Mystery House of Secrets and Forbidden Tales of Dark Mansion. With artist Tony DeZuniga he co-created the "Black Orchid" feature which ran in Adventure Comics #428-430 in 1973. Mayer wrote and drew several "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer"…

#100Years#100Years Sheldon Mayer ( http://ift.tt/2nqf61m ) In the 1970s when failing eyesight limited his drawing ability he continued to work for National/DC contributing scripts to the companies horror and mystery magazines including most notably House of Mystery House of Secrets and Forbidden Tales of Dark Mansion. With artist Tony DeZuniga he co-created the "Black Orchid" feature which ran in Adventure Comics #428-430 in 1973. Mayer wrote and drew several "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer"…

"I thought about when I was young and what I used to make my decisions on: What would Superman do, what would Batman do? I thought, why not African superheroes?"

A Nigerian comics startup is creating African superheroes

"I thought about when I was young and what I used to make my decisions on: What would Superman do, what would Batman do? I thought, why not African superheroes?"

"I thought about when I was young and what I used to make my decisions on: What would Superman do, what would Batman do? I thought, why not African superheroes?"

A Nigerian comics startup is creating African superheroes

"I thought about when I was young and what I used to make my decisions on: What would Superman do, what would Batman do? I thought, why not African superheroes?"

General Zod was born on Krypton and he loved his planet, he only wanted what he thought was best for it. But then his government accused him of treason and sent him to the phantom zone (A prison created by Superman's father to hold the worst criminals) with his followers just before Krypton was destroyed by what he had done. When Zod got out, Kal-El had already grown up as Clark Kent and become Superman. He enacted revenge on the son of the man who put him in the Zone.

General Zod was born on Krypton and he loved his planet, he only wanted what he thought was best for it. But then his government accused him of treason and sent him to the phantom zone (A prison created by Superman's father to hold the worst criminals) with his followers just before Krypton was destroyed by what he had done. When Zod got out, Kal-El had already grown up as Clark Kent and become Superman. He enacted revenge on the son of the man who put him in the Zone.

Superman first graced the small screen in the television show Adventures of Superman that ran from 1951-1958, starring George Reeves.  The first incarnation of Reeves' costume was created in white, grey, and brown to read properly when filmed in black & white. Tyranny of Style.

Superman first graced the small screen in the television show Adventures of Superman that ran from 1951-1958, starring George Reeves. The first incarnation of Reeves' costume was created in white, grey, and brown to read properly when filmed in black & white. Tyranny of Style.

Tyler Hoechlins Superman could happen but not yet   Supermans appearance on CWsSupergirl has created quite a buzz and has been well received by fans and critics. This has led many to wonder if a standaloneSuperman show could be possible in theKreisberg and Berlanti universe of DC universe TV shows. When asked by Comicbook.comabout this Andrew Kreisberg stated:  Im not going to sit here and say that theres never going to be a world in which there is aSuperman TV show and that Tylers going to…

Tyler Hoechlins Superman could happen but not yet Supermans appearance on CWsSupergirl has created quite a buzz and has been well received by fans and critics. This has led many to wonder if a standaloneSuperman show could be possible in theKreisberg and Berlanti universe of DC universe TV shows. When asked by Comicbook.comabout this Andrew Kreisberg stated: Im not going to sit here and say that theres never going to be a world in which there is aSuperman TV show and that Tylers going to…

Superman is vastly superior to Goku when it comes to strength. Goku's strongest form is still 416.25 times weaker than Superman's base. If you add sundipping then the Saiyan is 2500x weaker then the Man of Steel. That's a 2500x edge to Superman for one category. In the end, durability is another thing that Superman trumps Goku in. A base (no sundip) Superman can, at the very minimum, survive 10 octillion megatons. Goku, with the power level factoring of 1,000,000,000 and his Super Saiyan…

Superman is vastly superior to Goku when it comes to strength. Goku's strongest form is still 416.25 times weaker than Superman's base. If you add sundipping then the Saiyan is 2500x weaker then the Man of Steel. That's a 2500x edge to Superman for one category. In the end, durability is another thing that Superman trumps Goku in. A base (no sundip) Superman can, at the very minimum, survive 10 octillion megatons. Goku, with the power level factoring of 1,000,000,000 and his Super Saiyan…

2017 March Madness Super Eliminator Super Heroes vs Super Stars  Welcome to March Madness everyone! We here at the Clash along with our sister site Going For 2 are doing a special bracket challenge. In this we are pitting some of your favorite comic book and video game characters up against NBA and NFL stars in a bracket style challenge to determine just who is the best of the best. First up for us is our top 8 Comic BookCharacters of All-Time.  Batman (Detective Comics #27 1939)  Seriously…

2017 March Madness Super Eliminator Super Heroes vs Super Stars Welcome to March Madness everyone! We here at the Clash along with our sister site Going For 2 are doing a special bracket challenge. In this we are pitting some of your favorite comic book and video game characters up against NBA and NFL stars in a bracket style challenge to determine just who is the best of the best. First up for us is our top 8 Comic BookCharacters of All-Time. Batman (Detective Comics #27 1939) Seriously…

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