Farmer With a Cape

docshaner:

From DC’s July 2014 solicitations. MARK YOUR CALENDARS, FOLKS.

docshaner:

From DC’s July 2014 solicitations. MARK YOUR CALENDARS, FOLKS.


taralys:

reyesrobbies:

superman’s instagram is full of inspiring quotes, pictures of the sunrise, out of focus shots taken with fans (tagged carefully with each persons name), drawings that small children have sent to him with thank you tags attached and artistic shots of apple pie’s purchased at small town diner’s

If you ever needed to cheer yourself up, his Instagram would be the place to go

This^^^^^^


Lane and Kent are on the case.
I love it when you talk dirty.
Smallville: Season 11


professorthorgi:

more-like-a-justice-league:

I love Batman. I do. But I cannot overstate how overkill this is. Seriously, I feel like I’m being drowned in Batman stuff. He has a dozen monthly comics, a weekly comic, Arkham Origin and now Knight, Batman and Son, Assault on Arkham, and the Bruce Timm and Darwyn Cooke shorts, and Batman is highjacking the Man of Steel sequel. Just rename DC Comics to Batman Comics.

They do all this for Batman, and yet for Superman’s 75th Anniversary they created three different evil versions of him and put out a movie where he loses all hope and it ends with him yelling at the sky after he just murdered a dude. Way to go DC, your head is clearly in a very firm and solid place. Up your own butt. 



DC comics be like


The Hardest Boss In Any Game
Music Accompaniment

The Hardest Boss In Any Game

Music Accompaniment


jthenr-comics-vault:

Kingdom Come Superman by Alex Ross

jthenr-comics-vault:

Kingdom Come Superman by Alex Ross



juansalvo-1957:

Superman For all Seasons

juansalvo-1957:

Superman For all Seasons


davesaguin:

Christopher Reeves as Superman

davesaguin:

Christopher Reeves as Superman


"ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN" COMES TO AN END

DC announced that this Monday’s Adventures of Superman #51 was the final chapter of the series. [x]


iasketchblog:

My Superman by Chris Peterson
Web: www.vsrobots.com 
Twitter: www.Twitter.com/VsRobots

iasketchblog:

My Superman by Chris Peterson

Web: www.vsrobots.com 

Twitter: www.Twitter.com/VsRobots


eaja:

Art by John Romita Sr.

eaja:

Art by John Romita Sr.


thechronologicalsuperman:

Action Comics vol.1 #62 - Cover date July 1943
How long will Superman live? It’s a question with which the writers have often had to wrestle, If he does age, how long will his vitality and youth persist? Will his powers weaken with age? And what of Superman’s crusade against crime and injustice, is it a war he can ever win?
Since the Seventies, we’ve been comfortably presented with a minor parade of older Supermen gone gray at the temples - the Superman of Earth-2, the Superman of Kingdom Come, the Superman of Batman Beyond - but in this first foray into the concept, the Man of Steel hasn’t aged a day.
It’s the year 2143 - two hundred years into this story’s future - and Superman is not only as young and vibrant as his present-day self, but he has more leisure time; his war on crime has borne such fruit that the idea of villainy is unknown in this far-flung time. The champion Superman spends his days turning his terrific mind to scientific advancement and leisurely listening in as old acquaintances pass his legend on to younger generations.

thechronologicalsuperman:

Action Comics vol.1 #62 - Cover date July 1943

How long will Superman live? It’s a question with which the writers have often had to wrestle, If he does age, how long will his vitality and youth persist? Will his powers weaken with age? And what of Superman’s crusade against crime and injustice, is it a war he can ever win?

Since the Seventies, we’ve been comfortably presented with a minor parade of older Supermen gone gray at the temples - the Superman of Earth-2, the Superman of Kingdom Come, the Superman of Batman Beyond - but in this first foray into the concept, the Man of Steel hasn’t aged a day.

It’s the year 2143 - two hundred years into this story’s future - and Superman is not only as young and vibrant as his present-day self, but he has more leisure time; his war on crime has borne such fruit that the idea of villainy is unknown in this far-flung time. The champion Superman spends his days turning his terrific mind to scientific advancement and leisurely listening in as old acquaintances pass his legend on to younger generations.


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