It occurs to me we've seen him in the red trunks when he was saving the plane in the future...
Pull List; seems to be too long to fit in my sig...
Last edited by misslane38; 03-26-2012 at 08:47 AM.
So after seeing Batman Beyond spin-off Justice league and now superman beyond digital series, am i the only one hoping for a Justice League season #1 series.
Dc: Action Comics/Animal Man/Swamp Thing/Earth-2/Green Arrow/Batman/Threshold/Batwoman/Justice League/Green Lantern/Teen Titans/Superman/Justice League Dark/I,Vampire.
This needs to hurry up and get here!
SMALLVILLE SEASON 11 #3
Written by BRYAN Q. MILLER
Art by PERE PEREZ
Cover by RYAN BENJAMIN and SALEEM CRAWFORD
On sale JULY 4 • 40 pg, FC, $3.99 US • RATED T
• The SEASON PREMIERE EVENT continues!
• OLIVER and CHLOE are on a hunt in the heartland…or are they the hunted?
• LOIS is caught in the crossfire as SUPERMAN confronts LEX about last issue’s disastrous climax…
• HENSHAW’s condition takes a turn for the worse!
Can't wait, but I'm not seeing much resemblance to the live cast anymore. This will likely be my have title of the month, at least from DC anyway.
I agree. The solits for it make me want to read this book now!
I don't mind if the characters look EXACTLY like the actors. I'm happy to see a Superman that looks like a classic Superman. Nothing against Tom Welling, and I enjoyed his portrayle on the series itself, but his actual face would not translate well as a comic book version of Superman, even IF it does uses the continuity from the series. His face just looks a bit too angular to be what we expect any version of Supes to look like. It's forgivable in live action, as it's nearly impossible to find an actor that looks like the square jawed, chiseled Superman from the comics and is a half way decent actor(Chris Reeve and Henry Cavill not withstanding) and concessions have to be made especially when at the beginning,we were dealing with a teen age Clark. But comics, even ones based on TV series, shouldn't have to be held 100% to the limitations of reality.
The fact that Welling was a dark haired, tall, well built guy (at least by the last couple years of the show) and the SMALLVILLE comic version of Superman/Clark Kent follows the same basic template, it's good enough for me.