Dec 05 2011

Behind The Panels (beta) Issue 6 – Superman: Secret Origin

Hosted By: David McVay & Richard Gray

This week, we discuss the latest news from the world of comics including Alan Moore’s reaction to the Frank Miller outburst, Nicolas Cage’s $2.1 million dollar comic and “Lego Batman 2: DC Superheroes” is coming to gaming console near you soon. We also have our book club review, this week we discuss Superman: Secret Origin.

The Show

Next Week’s reading assignment: The Walking Dead Issues 1 – 8.

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The music this week is from “Superman: The Movie” by John Williams.

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    […] of Steel is undoubtedly influenced by Mark Waid’s Superman: Birthright, Geoff Johns’s Superman: Secret Origin and certainly elements of Superman: Earth One, David S. Goyer’s screenplay is mostly its own […]

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    […] Steel is undoubtedly influenced by Mark Waid’s Superman: Birthright, Geoff Johns’s Superman: Secret Origin and certainly elements of Superman: Earth One, David S. Goyer’s screenplay is mostly its […]

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