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It's Only the End if You Want it to Be

Posts tagged clark kent

Aug 18 '14

devotedtosmallville:

"Or there’s another kind of activity two people share, repetitive motion, builds to a climax."

Aug 17 '14

the-crimson-question asked:

You've been in DC a lot longer than I have, so I'd figure I'd ask you: what are some of the best Superman stories out there?

renaroo:

I’ve got at least one “masterpost” of my Superman recs you can go to here, but I can give you a quick “starter recs” to go off of as a new reader : )

Where to start!:

I would honestly feel comfortable with people starting off with any of these.

I should note that this is entirely based on the Superman continuity before the New52. I have no real love for the reboot’s take on the Super Family — particularly how they’ve dismantled it and broken the relationships with Clark I loved the most (Lois, Ma, Pa, Kon, Chris, etc.).

If you’re interested in that version of the character I’m sorry : ( I can’t help much.

Aug 9 '14

FYEAHSUPERMANANDLOISLANE is a blog that celebrates every incarnation of Superman/Clark Kent and Lois Lane. Their legacy as DC Comics’ ultimate power couple began in 1938 with the publication of Action Comics #1, and it has continued most notably in the Christopher Reeve and Margot Kidder films of the 70s-80s, the Lois and Clark: The New Adventures Superman television show of the 90s, the last 7 years of the WB/CW hit Smallville, and most recently in the blockbuster Man of Steel.

Their adventures in live action and in comics have revealed them to be an inspiring pair of individuals and a compelling couple destined to fight for truth and justice and to fall in love generation after generation.

FYEAHSUPERMANANDLOISLANE posts include original and reblogged edits, quotes, and gifs featuring Lois and Superman/Clark both separately and together from comics, television, and film. Photos of cosplay, announcements about relevant merchandise, and news updates are also posted.

Requests, submissions, questions, and input are all welcomed!

*in response to this post

Aug 9 '14
loislaneverse:

thehappysorceress:

My hope for the DC relaunch.
Just a Bad Dream; latest commission from Mike Kevan 
(for those below a certain age, you may need a reference.)

We fervently share this hope for the relaunch!

loislaneverse:

thehappysorceress:

My hope for the DC relaunch.

Just a Bad Dream; latest commission from Mike Kevan

(for those below a certain age, you may need a reference.)

We fervently share this hope for the relaunch!

Aug 1 '14
Jul 31 '14

dcu:

My mom made it for me.

(Source: bionictorch)

Jul 27 '14
therearecertainshadesoflimelight:


Lois and Clark by Cat Staggs

Cat is so amazing. Also, Cat and Amanda are having a baby! Buy her art, people! Support their baby! :).

This is just so adorable!

therearecertainshadesoflimelight:

Lois and Clark by Cat Staggs

Cat is so amazing. Also, Cat and Amanda are having a baby! Buy her art, people! Support their baby! :).

This is just so adorable!

(Source: fyeahsupermanandloislane)

Jul 15 '14

themyskira:

favourite comic book artists → Christopher Moeller

Jul 14 '14

Smallville Memories | Erica Durance & Tom Welling
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Jul 14 '14

Superman and Lois Lane by Adam Hughes

Superman and Lois Lane by Adam Hughes

(Source: fyeahsupermanandloislane)

Jul 10 '14

One of the few things I think DC has done right lately are all the lines of variant covers they’ve been doing, which have been lots of fun IMO. These are a few of my absolute favorites, mostly from the Steampunk and Bombshell covers (although one is from the upcoming horror-themed variants).

Can’t you just imagine some of these making gorgeous posters to hang on your wall?

Variants to: Wonder Woman #32 (by Ant Lucia), Batgirl #28 (by J.G. Jones), Justice League Dark #28 (by Tommy Lee Edwards), Batwoman #32 (by Ant Lucia), Batman and Ra’s al Ghul/Batman and Robin #32 (by J.G. Jones and Alex Sinclair), Wonder Woman #35 (by Aaron Lopresti), Batman/Superman #8 (by Tommy Lee Edwards), Superman #32 (by Ant Lucia), Superman/Wonder Woman #9 (by Ant Lucia, Emanuela Lupacchino, and Fabio Montovani) and Batwoman #28 (by Dave Johnson)

Jul 8 '14
"What makes Superman a hero is not that he has power, but that he has the wisdom and the maturity to use the power wisely. From an acting point of view, that’s how I approached the part."

Christopher Reeve, showing the depth to which he understood the character he was playing. (via what-measure-is-a-mook)

The real Superman. Accept no substitutions. 

(via supermantights)

(Source: mother-fudging-billy-batson)

Jul 6 '14

Happy Birthday, Doc!

thehappysorceress:

Be sure to wish uber-talented and all-around nice guy Evan ‘Doc’ Shaner a happy birthday today!

Just look at what this guy can do. 

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I’ve been lucky enough to get a couple of commissions from Evan, myself. 

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Not a great photo, but Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy as The Spirit and Lady Luck.

and…

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Jay Garrick - The Flash!

Happiest of days to you, Doc!

Jun 29 '14

Fan Art: Superman K-Metal Restoration Page 23 (In Progess) by reiner55

since1938:

cloisnews:

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Superman K-Metal Restoration Page 23 (In Progess)

In progress work of restoration. Based on an unfinished golden age Superman story - “The K-Metal From Krypton”.

By reiner55

Ok but for those that do not know, this project is very important.  Jerry Siegal wrote a story in which Lois finds out that Clark and Superman were one and the same, and that was supposed to be the status quo from there on out.  However the publisher pulled the story and kept the charade going for another 50 years.  

This project is a restoration of the original art from 1940 for what was supposed to be Superman #8.  Jerry wrote the story while several artists including Joe Shuster, Wayne Boring, Paul Cassidy, et. al. contributed artwork.  So today several artists are helping restore the original work.

The most important page is here

So to reiterate: JERRY AND JOE WANTED LOIS TO KNOW THE TRUTH WAY BACK IN 1940.  

Jun 29 '14

lere8:

Lois and Clark - Pilot