The Man of Steel fights to protect Metropolis against the same destructive force that obliterated Krypton in this animated adventure based on Geoff Johns and Gary Frank’s 2008 comic book story arc Superman: Brainiac. Superman (voice of Matt Bomer) is preoccupied with Lois Lane (voice of Stana Katic) and training Supergirl (voice of Molly Quinn) when he learns that Brainiac (voice of John Noble) has set his sights on Metropolis. An unstoppable juggernaut whose power grows with each new city he collects, Brainiac will put The Man of Steel’s true strength to the ultimate test.
So ends another year of the Ottawa Comic Con. Today, which also happens to be Mother’s Day, had a much better turn out then I thought. I took the day to take a good look at the vendors and artist alley. Picked up some beautiful artwork from Neal Adams, Geoff Isherwood, and other independent artists from around Ottawa. I got to meet the legendary George Perez again, and he was nice enough to do a beautiful Wonder Woman sketch for me.
So ends another day at the Ottawa Comic Con. Like any typical con, Saturday’s are usually the busiest day, filled with long lines, huge crowds, and plenty of cosplay to check out. Today was no different. The day started with waiting though a huge line to get into the con, and then another one once we got in for the Firefly panel. As I mentioned, long lines are not unusual for the busiest day of any comic con.
I just got back from the first day of the Ottawa Comic Con, which was pushed to 3 days this year thanks to the tremendous turnout last year. Although I was really looking forward to this con, the day started on a sad note. One of my personal headliners I really wanted to see, Summer Glau had to cancel because she had lost her passport.
by Andrew Pinkham, Assistant Editor
Today drops probably one of our most anticipated DC Animated Films since Superman Batman Apocalypse. Iron Man 3 kicked off a great start to the summer blockbusters when it comes to comic book movies we get Superman: Unbound today and of course in June we get my most anticipated movie of the entire summer which would be the Man of Steel. I digress though because this is a site about Supergirl, Please go to where ever you may get your blu-ray’s or dvd’s and pick this movie up. I would love to hear that this was the most successful DC Animated movie as far as sales go and I think the Supergirl Fan Community can make it happen. You will be hearing a special episode of the Kara Zor-El Podcast talking about this movie so be on the look out for that in the very new future.
Welcome to a new age! Over the past few weeks, I have made some significant changes to the site. Probably the biggest of them all, is the name. The site’s address has been changed from karazor-el.com to supergirlhomepage.net. The site’s email address and social networking names have also been changed to reflect the new name. The Kara Zor-El Podcast is staying as it is, as well as Krypton’s Last Daughter: A Supergirl Podcast. Both shows will be under the same email address and social networking title, the Supergirl Homepage.
Over the next coming months, I’m hoping to grow the site even bigger, by adding more shows, and some amazing writers. I’ll have more information on the next episode of the Kara Zor-El Podcast, with a special surprise at the very beginning of the show.
Here’s the latest interview with Molly Quinn on here portrayal of Supergirl in Superman: Unbound. In the interview Molly talks about the relationship between Superman and Supergirl and talks a little bit about what she likes about the character of Supergirl and what she likes most about the script for Superman: Unbound.
Here’s another clip of Supergirl from the new DC Animated movie Superman: Unbound. The clip shows an emotional Supergirl talking to Lois about Superman being away, and Brainiac’s impending invasion of Earth. Superman: Unbound is available on iTunes right now, and on DVD and blu-ray May 7th.
May 7th could not get here any sooner. The trailer for the new DC Animated movie Superman: Unbound looked great, but a clip with Supergirl looks even better!
They’re were some fantastic interviews that came out of this year’s Wondercon, including a few from the voice of Supergirl herself, Molly Quinn. In the interviews, Molly talks about what it meant to voice such an iconic character, and what she hopes the fans will get out of the film.
Fresh off the heels of an incredible Supergirl #19 comes the most electrifying podcast this side of Argo City. Episode 23 packs a volley of drama and anger that has never been measured on a podcast before, and that’s only from Andrew, wait till you hear the rest of the show! We take an in depth look at Supergirl #19, talk comic convention news, answer emails, and debate over Injustice: Gods Among Us. We also briefly acknowledge this rather average trailer for a movie called “Man of Steel”. Hosts: Danny Saab & Andrew Pinkham.