“I want you to remember, Clark, in all the years to come, in all your most private moments … I want you to remember my hand at your throat. I want you to remember the one man who beat you.”
BATMAN, to Superman, in a line from Frank Miller’s 1986 comic book series Batman: The Dark Knight Returns.
Director Zack Snyder had Man Of Steel actor Harry Lennix read the passage to confirm that the sequel would feature both superheroes.
From the series Man Of Steel, Man of Ages by Indonesian artist Imbong Hasidoebroto. (Deviantart via the New York Times)
Unholy sidekick, Batman! DC Comics is reportedly killing off Robin.
HALF-GLASSED Sao Doan, 5 years old, watched as her mother took a photo of Merrill Hunt, dressed as Spider-Man, washing windows at All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg, Fla., Thursday. Three window cleaners dressed up for the day. (Photo: Cherie Diez / Tampa Bay Times via Zuma Press / The Wall Street Journal)
HAVE A WOLVERINE CHRISTMAS!!! PEACE AND GOOD WILL TOWARDS X-MEN!!!
The President just put this on his Facebook page because he is A) awesome, B) finding creative ways to celebrate his “Person Of The Year” honor, or C) because that’s actually Venom dressed up as Spider-Man and the President’s in major trouble so he had White House photographer Pete Souza put this picture on Instagram in lieu of a distress call.
I also got to thank him for being on Tumblr, sigh!
Today’s Google Doodle — honoring the 107th anniversary of Winsor McCay’s Little Nemo in Slumberland — is the very definition of Internet epic.
All of Stan Lee’s Marvel film cameos
This whole exchange just cracks me up.
- I’d forgotten that DC as in DC Comics originally stood for “Detective Comics.”
- Pictured above is the check for $130, paid by DC to cartoonists Jerome Siegel and Joe Shuster for the rights to Superman back in 1939.
- The check sold for $160,000 at auction yesterday.
- Daaaaaaamnnnnnnn, son… of Jor-El.
(Photo: Reuters via MSNBC)
SUPER, LANG Herbert Chavez posed with his Superman memorabilia inside his house in Calamba, Philippines, Wednesday. Mr. Chavez has undergone cosmetic surgery to make himself resemble the ‘Man of Steel.’ (Photo: Cheryl Ravelo / Reuters via the Wall Street Journal)