Far from her stylized Inception scarves and Juno jeans, the latest images from James Gunn's superhero satire Super serves up Ellen page in a Kick-Ass colored Kevlar vest rocking some very Wolverine-looking tekagi. Indeed, it is a
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When we last spoke of Super, my ComicsAlliance colleague Esther Inglis-Arkell wondered if the ultra-violent superhero satire/parody/whatever could be responsibly categorized as "superhero" at all. Shot in a grainy hand-held style, the characters of the Rainn Wilson-starring film look especially ridiculous in
"Super" is an upcoming film from the writer/director of "Slither," James Gunn. The film is a look at superheroes through a very jaundiced eye. It sees them as insane, petty people who are not even remotely up to the task that they set for themselves