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    Superman may have started as a comic character, but he has evolved greatly in the 75+ years since he first appeared in a graphic novel in 1938 as well as in film. With reference to Superman: The Movie (1978) and Man of Steel, the evolution of the filmic technology and of the particular film will be discussed. If one has to analyse the posters, one can clearly see the change and evolution of filmic technology evident in these films. In posters 1 and 2, there are minimal details of Superman and his abilities, especially in poster 1. Posters 3 and 4 show more detail of the city of New York and his incredible ability to fly at high speed. There is also better picture quality compared to the posters of Superman making it evident to us that technology…

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    Superman Religion

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    Joe Shuster was a comic artist during the early 1900s is famous for making the character Superman. Surprisingly, for a person who believed in Judaism, his character Superman has more in common with Jesus than with Abraham. From research, Superman represents the ideal character from DC comics to compare to Jesus. Using Jesus Gospel story, Superman can share similar values like Jesus from the way he acts, resurrects people, and grows stronger after coming back from the dead. The Gospel story…

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    The Myth Of Superman

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    In Umberto Eco’s “The Myth of Superman”, he describes Superman as being a mythical character. Since he describes Superman as being mythical, he draws on this description to human beings. Unlike human beings Superman wasn’t born on earth, he was born on planet Krypton, already making himself unknown to the real world. In Eco’s essay he goes deeper in depth on creating an image for superman and the unrealism that people foreshadow him to be. Eco states in his essay that there are…

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    Superman And Technology

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    The reason for choosing these two particular films being superman the movie (1978) and Man Of Steel (2013) is to show the evolution of this particular super hero film, this showing how in time filmic technology improves. By doing these two films that have the same story line it shows us how superhero films are so similar to fairytales as they are able to be repeated again and again and still catch the attention of many, by choosing these two particular films it shows the very beginning of…

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    The Evolution Of Superman

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    Superman is a DC comics superhero created in 1933 by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. Since his first appearance in Action Comics #1, he appeared in radio serials, TV shows, movies, newspaper strips etc. It was his huge success and popularity that established the superhero genre as the center of comic book culture in the US. Superman's characteristics and traits changed more than once over the years, and those changes were explained as parallel universes. However, throughout all those changes,…

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    Superman Research Paper

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    Most people think that the man of steel, superman, would come out on top against the scarlet speedster, the flash, but this is not true and flash is faster, more agile, and has a better more diverse move set than the last son of krypton, which is why I think the crimson comet would beat the Kryptonian and here's why. First, let’s just say the flash is faster. Superman is fast but the flash is faster. The flash’s top speed is 24 tredecillions 759 duodecillions 449 undecillion (23,759,449,000,…

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    Batman Vs. Superman

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    The DC flick Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice displayed a completely new Lex Luthor, who may seem to be an eccentric genius but actually turns out to be a sociopath hell-bent on destroying Henry Cavill’s Man of Steel as well as Ben Affleck’s Caped Crusader. Luckily, Jesse Eisenberg’s character has been arrested in the film and is currently facing jail time. However, his company LexCorp Industries is officially washing their hands of Luthor by issuing a statement on Instagram! The official…

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    Doomsday is the best villain he kills heroes and does what he wants.A hero that he fights is superman and they are from the same planet.Doomsday and superman are both similar in strength and can both hurt each other.When they fight superman kills him but hes comes back stronger and cant be killed the same way.when this happens superman tries to figure out other ways to kill him.Something to note is that the more devastating the death the longer he takes to come back.Other villains cant to this…

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    Superman Vs Batman

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    The very anticipated movie of Batman V Superman stars Henry Cavil as Superman and alter ego Clark Kent, Ben Affleck as Batman, Amy Adams as Lois Lane and Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor. The movie starts a year and four months after the tragedy in the fictional Metropolis with General Zod who was from Krypton and wanted to destroy Earth to make a planet for Kryptonians. Superman is still doing his righteous duty and helping others who are in need but is also seen as a controversial topic.After…

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    Superman Popular Culture

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    In the world of American comics, bad guys run everywhere, the world often needs. Thus, Superman, Batman, Spider-man and other gifted heroes appeared in succession. They fight the evil and save the treacherous shovel people, these superheroes are selfless, and they can even sacrifice their lives in order to protect the weak. Superman, the first comic figure to come to America and his story, which is action comics, entered on triumphing over evil every time. Superman sales volume achieved…

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