Jeff Wamester’s steampunk variant cover for Superman #28

Jeff Wamester’s steampunk variant cover for Superman #28

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"Actually, when we heard Seth’s [Rogen] movie [This Is the End] was coming out, it was called The End of the World, and we wrote to him and said, “We need that. That’s our title. It’s the name of a pub, and it’s really important that we keep it as The World’s End. Do you mind shifting your title a little bit?” Because initially it was called Jay and Seth Versus the Apocalypse. But no, that’s just synchronicity. After Earth, Oblivion, World War Z, Man of Steel — there’s been a lot of apocalypse films this year. And it’s generally because the Mayan apocalypse was approaching, their timing was off, and it’s the biggest way to make a spectacle, too, to destroy whole cities. Even Transformers in 2012. I think science fiction’s kind of lost its way over the years, in that people suddenly think it’s about the robots. It was never about the robots. It’s always been about the people. And robots have been a metaphor for something. And there doesn’t seem to be a metaphor now. It’s literal destruction. Was Man of Steel a metaphor for 9/11? No. It was just us seeing buildings falling down. There’s nothing poetic about that."

Simon Pegg

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"They have Batman and Superman, and they don’t know what to do with them. That’s like being a porn star with the biggest dick and you can’t get it up. What the fuck?"

Joe Quesada on DC Comics (via Sean Howe’s Marvel Comics: The Untold Story)


"You are who you choose to be."

"You are who you choose to be."

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"I know a lot of people don’t like to see an icon like Superman at the center of controversy, but really it’s kind of perfect. He’s a modern myth, a symbol of justice and that the public would argue issues of justice in relation to him means Superman is not only still relevant, but important."

Jeff Parker on Superman’s role in this whole Orson Scott Cards/Superman ordeal.

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