HAPPY BIRTHDAY, SMALLVILLEThe longest-running superhero series in television history made its debut back on October 16, 2001, on the WB with 8.4 million viewers.
GET TO KNOW: CLARK KENT [SUPERMAN]
↳ “A good Superman story fills you with awe. It’s the mythology of a sun god who wished he was a man because he saw something so great in us. It’s the story of a hero who could move whole worlds and see through stars and hear a whisper on the other side of the planet… who fell in love with a storyteller.”
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Batman/Superman #10 (2014)
Infinite Crisis || Man of Steel
And the way it came down to the end, is it’s very, very emotional. Superman’s about to be forced to kill Zod. So this is just Michael and Henry. The visual effects are minimal here. It’s just mano a mano, basically a struggling, grappling match in order for Superman to try and save the citizens. And it was intense, it was emotional and it was really, really physical for these two guys. They worked really hard and it was actually some of the most arduous of the scenes for these guys. It was really physical, yet so emotional all the way up until Superman has to take Zod out. The welling up and the scream of emotion is just haunting and the entire crew was kind of in awe and frozen when we were shooting this.
Superman as drawn by Kenneth Rocafort
actors who completely understand the characters they play and defend them to dumbass interviewers deserve the world and have my heart tbh.
"Is Superman cool?"