Warner Bros recently released their newest DC animated movie, All-Star Superman, and they’re celebrating by providing us with a prize pack to pass along to you! All-Star Superman became available for download on February 23, and you can find it now on iTunes. Conveniently, one of the pieces in the prize pack is a free iTunes download of the movie. But wait, there’s more! To make sure you meet the required dress code for geeking out to this great animated adaptation, they’re also throwing in a distressed Superman T-shirt and a Superman hat! Here’s how you can enter:
1) Leave a comment on this post and tell us who your favorite DC hero or villain is.
2) Follow @Fandomania on Twitter and tweet this message: “Follow @Fandomania and retweet this for a chance to win an All-Star Superman prize pack! http://bit.ly/hE3EJd”
3) “Like” Fandomania on Facebook and leave a comment on the link to this post (it should show up shortly after this post goes live on Friday).
You’ll get one entry into the contest for each of the above that you do, up to a maximum of three entries. Be sure to enter before the deadline, midnight Eastern time on the night of Wednesday, March 9, 2011.
wonderwoman she da best!
The Joker, what can I say I like trouble makers.
It’s unoriginal, but I’ve got to say Batman. My dad had a small collection of very old Batman comics (issue numbers in the double digits) which I went nuts for as a kid. I fell away from Batman over time (mostly because of the lousy Schumacher movie sequels) but rediscovered him in my early 40s with my son. Now I’m a bigger fan than ever, going back to read story arcs I missed, reveling in the gamut of great writers who’ve worked their magic on the Caped Crusader over the years, from Frank Miller to Kevin Smith, and digging on the Bat in all his media incarnations (we’ve got all of THE BATMAN animated series on DVD, and the LEGO BATMAN and ARKHAM ASYLUM videogames will never get old in our house!).
Batman remains a fascinating character because he’s not a “super” — he’s a human being who transcends the limits of his own mortality (mainly through sheer will, though the gadgetry helps) to pursue his cause, and he stays true to his path despite all it has cost him. There is still nobility in Bruce Wayne and the Bat, and still a romantic notion that the world can be better than it is… and some people will always fight for that.
My favorite is absolutely super man – I mean clark ken and the superguy himself – total package.
My fave is SUPERMAN!