I want that lizard toy! It's wondefully tacky like me! :D
Is Bradley Cooper Lex Luthor In ‘Man Of Steel’? | Geeks of Doom
Lotta sites running with the rumor that Zod AND Lex Luthor are in the new Supes flick. If it is true, I would imagine it's a walk-on, maybe post credits, setting up for a potential sequel. They have managed to keep the meat of the plot under wraps pretty well on this one...probably because everyone is sniffing Nolan out and there isn't a lot of excitement(yet) for this one.
Superman Gets New Origin In ‘Action Comics #5′ But Does He Need One?
In Action Comics #5, Grant Morrison and Andy Kubert, care of DC Comics, will re-explore the origin story for Earth’s first and mightiest superhero, Superman.
As it’s been done countless times, DC Comics has ordered up a brand new origin story for The Man of Steel, but this time, his story is the capable hands of my all-time favorite comic book writer Grant Morrison. Previously, Morrison had addressed the origin of Kal-El of Krypton brilliantly in one single page, the first page of his and Frank Quitely’s amazing mini-series All-Star Superman. So if there were any doubts as to whether Morrison could handle the origin, he can. But the question that begs to be asked from this is: Do we really need yet another origin story for The Man of Tomorrow so soon?
Last edited by jerseydevil; January 4th, 2012 at 11:12 AM.
Hey, some of the stuff that I bought way buck might be in the quarter bin today, but you don't know what's going to happen tomorrow!
Oh, and I have never read The Goon.
Grant Morrison is completely over rated. You want the best Superman origin ever? Read "Supreme : The Story Of The Year" by Alan Moore (yes yes... also allegedly over rated).
Think it's probably the best "Superman" story I've ever read, though I haven't read it (or any Supreme stuff) in years. Think it was reprinted in the "Mr. Majestic" trade. I should dig 'em out.