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In 2008, game developer Factor 5 was working on a major Superman video game for Brash Entertainment.
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@DC - DC Editor in Chief Marie Javins leads a super discussion with the super talented, multiple Eisner Award-nominated writers
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In 2008, game developer Factor 5 was working on a major Superman video game for Brash Entertainment.
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In this video, I explain and explore the story of Superman and every instance where it may have been used from the Silver Age up until the modern day.
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Going over Superman's various amped states during his Post-Crisis run.
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Power Scaling all of Post Crisis Superman's best feats and statements.
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This article is dedicated in loving memory to Christopher Reeve, Lee Quigley, Margot Kidder, Marlon Brando, Jackie Cooper, Glenn Ford, Phyllis Thaxter and Ned Beatty.

Superhero films have become extremely popular. In fact, they're one of the most populaire types of films. However, superhero films used to not be so common ou beloved. In the 1940's, there were various superhero movie serials. They were decently successful, but they weren't meant to be re-watched ou to have much to have much of a lasting legacy.

Things changed in the an 1978. That was the an that Richard Donner's Superman movie...
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Below is an essay I had to write for a college Film Genre Class:

In 1978, when Christopher Reeves flew on to the silver screen as the Last Son of Krypton, the superhero film genre was born. The film Superman: The Movie would go on to establish the narrative structure that is still used in the superhero films made today. Budgeted in 1977 at $55 million, it would set many precedents for the pop corn, maïs soufflé blockbuster, “not the least of which was the idea of hiring big stars in action genres that previously were made under mostly B-picture budgets” (McAllister, 110).

The first and most important thing...
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