70s superman

Welp. We went to see Wonder Woman. I cried during the sad parts and some of the other parts. They were the same kind of tears I had on and off through Ghostbusters. Movies with strong women who are fully realized people who are allowed to be sexual but are not sexualized and can also kick ass just make me cry randomly. Though TBH I also cry in LotR when anyone picks up their sword and runs into battle screaming the name of their home. I didn’t even realize how ravenous I was for a female version of that.

10

1. The Revenant
2. Beasts of No Nation
3. Mad Max: Fury Road
4. The Hateful Eight
5. Creed
6. Ex Machina
7. Sicario
8. Anomalisa
9. Room
10. The Peanuts Movie

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11. Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation
12. Bridge of Spies
13. Spotlight
14. The Gift
15. Ant-Man
16. Slow West
17. The Martian
18. Shaun the Sheep
19. Pawn Sacrifice
20. Dope
21. Circle
22. Trumbo
23. Black Sea
24. Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials
25. Steve Jobs
26. A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night
27. Avengers: Age of Ultron
28. Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens
29. Straight Outta Compton
30. It Follows
31. Macbeth
32. Kingsman: The Secret Service
33. The End Of The Tour
34. Bone Tomahawk
35. Jurassic World
36. Chi-Raq
37. True Story
38. Run All Night
39. The Night Before
40. Cop Car
41. Spectre
42. Krampus
43. Grandma
44. Me and Earl and the Dying Girl
45. Inside Out

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alexandercruzdesign  asked:

We always hear about your secret proposal for superman should you be hired, and I was wondering who would be your top three picks for artists? (No cheating by cherry picking across superman's 70+ years unless they're still alive and working)

I didn’t know I’d mentioned it that often - it’s not a formal proposal so much as a set of guidelines (which I should probably update given ideas I’ve been having lately for the likes of Brainiac and Cyborg Superman) of how I’d approach and/or reinvent the various aspects of his world if I was given total leeway, with some input from a couple pals; some of it would require a full-fledged reboot to enact, but a lot could I think be slotted into preexisting status quos like what we have now. It probably comes out to around 30 single-space pages or thereabouts as it is.

As for three artists for a prospective Superman run, Doc Shaner’s at the top, and then Kenneth Rockafort for some particularly fight-driven or trippy space issues. And while I cannot begin to imagine he could keep to a monthly schedule, there’s very little I’d love more than to grab Mukesh Singh for some specials and annuals whenever possible; check out his gorgeous art and imagine that as applied to Superman’s world, that sheen and detail and sense of scale. Dozens more I’d love to work with, but they’re the three who immediately come to mind as the ones I’d want in rotation, or at least on standby so to speak.