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Superman and Lois by ChrisSamnee Superman and Lois by ChrisSamnee
I heard the news yesterday that Tom Mankiewicz, perhaps best known for his work on the Superman script, passed away. Superman is, in my opinion, the best movie ever made - so I thought I would do a small tribute to that on the blog today.

This is my version of the "You've got me? Who's got you?" moment - one of my favorites in the movie. Do you have a favorite moment from Superman the movie?
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:iconskizzenbuch94:
It looks so old school (in a good way)! :)
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comicprints Mar 28, 2013  Student General Artist
Wow I really wish you could do a run on Superman... I think you would be perfect for the kind of silver age action storylines. This is a really great image, best bit is Superman's smile- he's seen this reaction a thousand times before!
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:iconarcusprime:
A classic moment! I like this alot!
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:iconalphanathan:
style, style, style!!! now do a WHOLE comic like this.
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:iconalphanathan:
style, style, style! what else do you need?
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:icondave-dreamer:
The helecopter bit was my favorite part in the whole movie. Although, if you wanted to do a funny moment you could show Superman using his x-ray vision to see what color her underwear is and Lois' reaction.
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:iconxdb5:
haha i like the smile on his face
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smbhax Aug 22, 2010  Professional General Artist
Lois' face is absorbing. I was trying to figure out why and thought maybe it's because the eyes seem slightly unfocused--but that totally make sense if she's having a scared of heights moment. And besides that it's an impressively easy-looking handling of what should have been a tricky head position. I mean hell you even let her oh so professionally square jacket shoulder cut off half her mouth, and the expression *still* works.

...

Is it hard to convince employers to pay you what you're worth when you make your work look so easy???
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