All-Star Superman Clip, Images, NY & LA Premiere Information
January 17, 2011

All-Star Superman, the next direct-to-DVD DC animated movie, will have premieres in New York City on February 14 and Los Angeles on February 17. Post-screening panel discussions with cast and crew will follow at each.

The press release I got the end of last week said this:

A limited number of free tickets are available for the general public. Fans in the New York City area wishing to receive free tickets to the NY event on Feb. 14 must RSVP via email to AllStarSupermanNY@gmail.com. Fans wishing to receive free tickets to the Los Angeles event on Feb. 17 must RSVP via email to AllStarSupermanLA@gmail.com. Tickets to both events will be distributed on a “first come, first served” basis.

But given my delay in posting this, I’m not sure any are still available. In the meantime, here are some new images from the movie, for those of us who won’t see it until the DVD is for sale on February 22: (Click to make them bigger.)

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And here’s a clip introduced by James Denton, voice of Superman, in which the hero is diagnosed by Dr. Leo Quintum:

5 Responses  
Charles Knight writes:  

Wow, those guy sound flat, like they are reading the side of a cereal box.

Greg Manuel writes:  

I’m really looking forward to this, even if I’m not too certain if a feature-length adaptation is the best way to go. I think twelve 11-minute vignettes would have been better so that each individual issue could’ve gotten their due.

Johanna writes:  

Oooh, an All-Star Superman cartoon series! I’d watch that.

Greg Manuel writes:  

Totally – unfortunately it would only be the equivalent of one season…but it would make some serious dollar, especially if it tried to adapt the series as verbatim as possible…

In fact, this could open up a whole other avenue of animated episodic volumes!

I remember reading that “Batman: Year One” was the next story DC Animated was going to tackle. What if DC Animated made that into a miniseries…however many episodes needed to tell the story as cleanly and as fully as possible. And every time DC Animated goes to adapt a storyarc featuring one of their characters, that would be their approach. Whether it be “Sinestro Corps War,” or “Final Crisis,” or what-have-you.

I’d sure buy that…

natron1 writes:  

Charles Knight writes:
January 18, 2011 at 4:25 AM

Wow, those guy sound flat, like they are reading the side of a cereal box.
its somewhat of a flat moment. its sad! while reading the comic version, i felt that the doc quantum was such a genius he just spoke in monotone. and supes is somewhat of a genius himself so that along with the dark mood kind of makes it seem flat i think but we can only hope the rest of the film is a bit more verbally enthusiastic. just my take.


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