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What If Superman in Man of Steel was actually Colourful? Moving Pictures Notes 24 APR 2015

I didn’t really enjoy Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel to be quite honest. In fact, I haven’t really “loved” any of Snyder’s movies, probably because of his insistence of visual style over, I don’t know, acting/story/emotional depth. Harsh, and probably undeservedly so – after all, I’m no trained movie critic.

Anyway, not that any of the above has anything to do with what is about to follow mind you.

A guy by the name of Bryan Sanders and his colleagues wondered out aloud what Man in Steel would look like if was actually colourful, you know, how Superman ought to be, instead of all grey and saturated and in need of appearing in an angsty Batman movie.

Check it out:

Definitely an interesting little project. Personally, I think more colour would be awesome, but even with that, it still wouldn’t have saved this dour, depressing, and not very Superman-spirited, Superman movie.


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Related Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Du-eYiD9OfM

The Superman 75th Anniversary Animated Short Comic Book Notes 16 OCT 2013

superman statue based on jim lee artworkThe 75th anniversary of Superman officially kicks off with this amazing super-short film created by Bruce Timm (Superman: The Animated Series) and Zack Snyder (Man of Steel), and produced by Warner Bros. Animation.

This animated short follows Superman through the years, from his first appearance on the cover of Action Comics #1 all the way through to Henry Cavill in this year’s Man of Steel.

Seriously, there’s so much history in this two-minute film, it’s enough to make any fanboy quiver with happiness!

The official DC Blog went and wrote up a full breakdown of the video, and I thought it worth saving here just in case they go ahead and lose it in the next site redesign (which always seems to happen).

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