Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by JoeZhang, Jul 20, 2013.
Maybe Clark wouldn't feel as awkward if he took his glasses off before going to bed....
Then how would we be able to distinguish him from Bruce Wayne?
What is this taken from? I'd be curious to read the rest of the story.
Silly Christopher, that'd be fun.
Superman/Batman Annual #1
Superman/Batman Annual#1. It shows how the two heroes met and started working together after they were forced to share a suite together on a cruise ship due to some mix-up. In the middle of the night the ship is attacked and the two spring to action in their way and eventually start working together to stop the crisis, before that their "alter egos" clash pretty good on the ship between Clark's midwest charm and manners and Bruce's "persona" of the self-involved billionaire. Pretty bizarre but decent issue.
It's a call back to an earlier story from the Silver Age.
I wouldn't mind some more of that screwball-flirting Kidder & Reeves had. As others said, Downey found a pretty good tone/voice for IM and I think Affleck could do similar. Nor sure about Cavill/Adams though.
Actually, one of the best things about MOS was the chemistry between Cavill and Adams, IMHO. Perhaps not quite Reeve/Kidder or even Cain/Hatcher but way better than Routh/Bosworth. On the basis of other performances I've seen Amy give, I think she could handle that sort of banter quite effortlessly.
Zack Snyder was asked at ComicCon, last year I believe, who would win in a fight.
I think this is a good sign. It means we wont have a protracted fight between the two heroes that eats up twenty minutes of the film.
Thanks. Found it in digital format. A fun issue.
At the end of the story, we see a reproduction of the cover art for the Silver Age story.
Josh Brolin confirms he was in talks to play Batman
Y'know, the more I think about it, the more I realize I would have preferred Josh Brolin (especially over Ben Affleck). I am willing to give Affleck a shot, though.
But imagine all the snarky comments about Jonah Hex!
I don't think Brolin can be blamed for Jonah Hex.
^Affleck can't be blamed for Daredevil either, but that hasn't stopped the fan rage.
That was indeed my point . . . .
As I saw someone else put it online, Affleck gets tarred with Daredevil, but Brolin gets a free pass for Jonah Hex?
That's because nobody's seen Jonah Hex.
And we have a winner!
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