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Batman/Superman Movies 9 – Superman IV: The Quest For Peace

After Superman III ended up being a commercial disappointment, followed by the Supergirl movie straight up bombing, the Salkinds sold the Superman film rights to the Cannon Group. The Cannon Group has a complicated history, but in short, it’s a … Continue reading

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Batman/Superman movies 6 – Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut

When I talked about Superman II last week, I focused mainly on the troubled production the movie faced. From the conflict between Richard Donner and the producers, to the problems with the cast when he was replaced with Richard Lester. … Continue reading

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Batman/Superman movies 5 – Superman II theatrical cut

In the previous post, I touched on the production difficulties behind Superman, starring Christopher Reeve. I probably spent more time talking about them than the actual movie, yet I didn’t even scratch the surface of what happened. The production problems … Continue reading

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Batman/Superman movies 2 – Superman and the Mole Men

When people think of the old Superman movies, the Christopher Reeves quadrilogy usually comes to mind. Yet as influential and historically important as those movies are, they weren’t the first theatrically released Superman movies. Like with Batman, there were serials … Continue reading

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Comics of June 12, 2019

This week, I picked up two comics, and these two comics mostly tell the same story. Superman 12 and Supergirl 31. In fact, the first two thirds of each issue tell the exact same story, just from different angles. As … Continue reading

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Comics of May 8, 2019

I’m now on my last stretch of evening shifts before I move, which means there are only so many days left where there’s no guarantee I’ll make it home before midnight after work. As for preparations, apart from packing, all … Continue reading

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Comics of August 8, and swimming update

So, this past weekend was a 3-day weekend here in Canada. Not sure if it was for anyone else, but I decided to take advantage of it. I went for my most ambitious swimming attempt yet, and one I won’t … Continue reading

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Comics of July 11, 2018

I’m feeling kind of sore today, but it’s the kind of sore that will be good for me in the long run. Long story short, I did inspection at work yesterday. That involves nearly 8 hours straight of moving around … Continue reading

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Comics of July 4, 2018

For any American readers, Happy Independence Day. To the rest of you, happy new comic day. So this past weekend, I swam three 200m butterflies, all negative split, all in a 50m pool, and two of them were within 20 … Continue reading

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Comics of June 27, 2018

I’ve decided that instead of my originally planned 5-6 entries in my odds and ends month for my James Bond Blogathon, I’ll only be covering three official entries. On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, The Living Daylights and License To Kill. … Continue reading

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