adventures of superman
You’ll have fun listening to a great discussion I enjoyed with comics pro Joe Keatinge, a creative force behind the excellent Shutter and also the scripter for Robert Kirkman’s Tech Jacket, both from Image Comics.
DC has started a new trend in mainstream comics with their digital first, weekly mini-comics that then get collected into bigger print issues. One of these weekly series is Adventures of Superman, an anthology series that tells a different short story every week by a different creative team. The first three issues of this have been collected for print and are now ready for review. So see how it fairs after the jump!
Orwell was right. So was Stoker, and probably Seuss too. I imagine that as my son grows older heâ€™ll have just as wild an imagination as his father – or even more so.Â I see the signs now as he plays and talks, but I wonder what would happen if imagination were outlawed?Â Would I break the law so my son could hear about the adventures of Superman, fables of the tortoise and the hare, or even the monsters that lurk under the bed?Â Probably.Â And if I lived in the City of Dust Iâ€™d be arrested quicker than those
Smallville: The Complete Seventh Season arrives September 9, 2008 from Warner Home Video, and in addition to all the episodes (Laura Vandervoort and Kristin Kreuk in HD WOOT!), the DVD collection includes several special features including Supergirl: The Last Daughter of Krypton, and Jimmy on Jimmy.