Before the DC Animated universe heads towards its own rumored Flashpoint, Superman still has time to demonstrate the value of his brand of heroism in the upcoming Superman Vs. The Elite, based on Joe Kelly, Doug Mahnke and Lee Bermejo's 2001 Action Comics #775 story "What's So Funny About the Truth, Justice and the American Way." Click through for brand new clips and images from next month's movie.
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It looks like Joe Kelly, Doug Mahnke and Lee Bermejo's 2001 Action Comics #775 story "What's So Funny About the Truth, Justice and the American Way" still has legs in 2012 as the latest clip from Warner Home Video's upcoming Superman vs. The Elite reintroduces Man
Just in time for this weekend's premiere of Superman vs. The Elite at WonderCon, Warner Bros. Animation has let loose new stills from the animated feature adaptation of Joe Kelly, Doug Mahnke and Lee Bermejo'sAction Comics #775 story "What's So Funny About the Truth, Justice and the American Way." Joining shots of Superman and Lois Lane is the
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