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New Superman Logo from “Man of Steel”

 

The official Facebook page for Man of Steel has gone live, providing a first look at the redesigned logo for director Zack Snyder’s reboot of the Warner Bros. franchise. It’s dark, textured and a little gritty, and likely to displease fans already grumbling about the updated costume.

Written by David S. Goyer from a story by Goyer and Christopher Nolan, Man of Steel stars Henry Cavill as Clark Kent, Amy Adams as Lois Lane, Michael Shannon as General Zod, Diane Lane as Martha Kent, Kevin Costner as Jonathan Kent, Russell Crowe as Jor-El, Ayelet Zurer as Lara Lor-Van, Laurence Fishburne as Perry White, Antje Traue as Faora, Harry Lennix as General Swanwick and Christopher Meloni as Col. Hardy. The film opens June 14, 2013.


More Jim Lee Designs – Earth 2

Coming in May, DC COMICS-THE NEW 52 “Second Wave” will literally expand the world-building efforts of the comprehensive publishing initiative. With the addition of a parallel Earth that features prominently into both EARTH 2 and WORLDS’ FINEST, the developing narrative will encompass new heroes from distinctly different backgrounds, building on the shared universe in some surprising ways.

“Mourning the death of his beloved, Superman carries both a sadness in his heart along with the weight of Earth 2′s welfare upon on his shoulders, while never showing this and seeming to all that he is this world’s peerless champion,” said EARTH 2 writer James Robinson.

“What would you have to do to teach Superman to kill?” asks EARTH 2 editor Pat McCallum. “He’s endured the loss of his home world, and now the Last Son of Krypton must weather the death of his soul mate Lois Lane. Just how far can you bend the Man of Steel before he breaks?”

Here’s a first look at the Superman of EARTH 2, designed by Jim Lee.


Merry Christmas!

Hey wordpress peeps! Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! I hope all of you are enjoying the holidays!

Here’s another text post about my Christmas here in California. It started when I woke up on the 24th. Now, “waking up” and I rarely mix. I woke up early in the morning AND have to hurry up and get dressed for an occasion? That’s just hard. But waking up to Christmas is another story. I was excited, we were going to my Brother-in-law’s family’s house for Christmas Eve Lunch. We live in Milpitas, it’s a long drive. Long enough for me to catch a nap, that is. Anyway, we got to their house, and arrived with everyone in front of the camera taking pictures. That was alright though. We were late, so we understand. A couple of hours later, after eating of course, it was gift giving time. First up were the parents, I really didn’t care what their gift was so I have no idea what they were. Probably cookware or something. Next up the kids. Me and my brother were the only teenagers their. My sisters 34 years old, she ain’t no kid. My brother and I got a $25 gift card from GameStop(Cha-ching!) each given to us by Julie, Roger, and Pablo. Holla!

Giftcards!

We also got $25 each from Mr. and Mrs. Gonzales(Gary’s parents). So all in all, a very good start.

 

Next we passed by My uncle Tony’s since they too were living in Vallejo, CA. My uncle Tony just got home from work. While waiting, My Mom and Uncle talked about whatever during the entire time we were their. We gave him our gift. It was Alcohol. It’s pretty cool. My Auntie Lina and my cousin Omar was there too. Here’s our photo:

From left to right: My Brother Gus, Me, My Sister Sol, My Pops, My Mom, uncle Tony, Auntie Lina, and my cousin Omar

They were going to a different party. There was still the matter of Christmas Eve Dinner. We have plans to go to my Mom’s cousin’s place. This was in Dublin, CA. Anyway, there aren’t any pictures because we had so much fun we forgot to take any. I got about $100+ from my Aunts and Uncles there. Hahaha.

 

So the next day, which is today, we had breakfast at my Sister’s in San Jose, CA. We also had a gift giving event there. I got the $50 dollar giftcard from Target and this AWESOME Superman: The Collected Strips from the late ’30s to early ’40s.