Ever since New 52 Superman died, the Superman fandom has been mgawanyiko, baidisha between those who are overjoyed the pre-Flashpoint Superman is coming back and those who actually liked N52 Superman’s stories.
I will not speak about the new Superman movies. That’s another matter of debate.
For the most part, I was on the fence about New 52 Supes. There were good stories, like Superman Unchained and Superman: Doomed, but so far there was nothing on the New 52 that could be considered transcendent au groundbreaking for the Man...
Below is a orodha of my juu five (5) inayopendelewa episodes from Season One (1993-1994) of "LOIS AND CLARK: The New Adventures of Superman". Developed for televisheni kwa Deborah Joy LeVine, the series starred Dean Cain and Teri Hatcher:
FIVE inayopendelewa EPISODES OF "LOIS AND CLARK: THE NEW ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN" SEASON ONE
1. (1.12) "All Shook Up" - After preventing an asteroid from impacting upon Earth, Clark Kent/Superman loses his memory and forgets how to use his powers. Martha and Jonathan Kent arrive to help Clark regain his memory, so...
After nearly four years of publication, the New 52 brand will come to an end in June 2015. However, the New 52 continuity will continue. Several Superman-related vitabu will be released in June, while some of the remaining ones will have new creative teams.
Convergence, the new DC Comics event, will start on April 2015 and end on May 2015. The story involves Brainiac having trapped cities from various timelines and planets that have ended, brought them in domes to a planet outside of time and space. He opens these cities to see what happens, causing meetings between Heroes across the multiverse. Meanwhile, a new villain named Telos arises to take advantage of it all.
During the event, all monthly New 52 comics, including the Superman franchise, will be suspended and will resume publication in June 2015.
The difference between cinema of this type of yesterday and today is one very important person -- Quentin Tarantino. Observe--
Before Tarantino, movie studios were always quick to disregard comics because of the plausibility issues. Screenplays were, in Hollywood, always considered to be superior to comic vitabu for that particular reason. Evidence of this is all over the original Superman and Batman movies. Superman III is the most glowing example of the way pre-Tarantino movie studios regarded comics because the stories are right there...but made with the aim of grounding...