More of my owls.
The blue/green one is a gift for a friend. The gold and red ones on either side need homes eventually. The two above them are the original and the first one I colored.
And below them all, what I used to color them.
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Why is the Superman of the movies always so much more personable and humane than Superman in the comic books?
Why is it that movie writers and producers and directors have such drastically different version of Superman than the version that DC can come up with?
Don’t get me wrong the DC version, the comic book version, does have greatness in him as he’s supposed to, but I just can’t read DC comics and look at Superman the way I can look at him when I watch any of the movies that have ever been made for him.
I guess that’s why I’d rather read Marvel comics, whose characters are so fundamentally flawed in the way they view things, to the way they handle things, to the actions and reactions that they have. For Marvel it doesn’t matter whether it’s the comic books or the movies, their characters in either media are just so similar to each other doesn’t matter if it’s earth 616 where the Marvel cinematic universe they just are who they are.
But for DC comics their comic book version versus their movie versions are just so different sometimes I just can’t see the similarities at all between the source material and then what’s been created from it.
And I say all this as I’m watching Man of steel for the first time ever, so go figure…