Superman, Lois Lane and Lana Lang in
Action Comics #597 (February 1988)
Art by John Byrne & Leonard Starr & Keith Williams
Words by John Byrne
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“And then there’s the thing that happens at the end of Man of Steel that was so ill-conceived and poorly handled that you almost start to wonder if anyone attached to Man of Steel knows what makes Superman so special.”
Short version: I did not like MAN OF STEEL very much. I might write more about it later, because it was a very frustrating movie, but that’s what it boils down to.
24” X 36” screen prints. Ansin’s regular edition (top) is a TIMED release for 3 days, beginning Friday 12:01am CST, June 14th and ending Monday 12:01am CST, 17th June. The Metal Variant (bottom) is a limited edition of 100 and will also be on sale the 14th June at a random time.
Ken Taylor’s pieces are 20” X 36” in a regular edition of 300, and the grey Variant in an edition of 150. These pieces will both be released in the usual manner at a random time on Thursday 13th June 2013, via Mondo’s twitter announcement HERE.
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Here’s another infographic I did for HalloweenCostumes.com, this time illustrating the history of the emblem on Superman’s chest.
Until I researched this, I had no idea just how many variations the shield went through in its first five years, before they settled on the classic design that went mostly unchanged for over five decades.
My previous infographic (illustrating the evolution of Iron Man’s armor) can be seen here.
Somebody on Twitter was bitching about how they wished the Man of Steel chest emblem was more “historic” or something and I wanted to be like, “Son, which historic chest emblem do you mean?”
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