It's the dawn of a new age of heroes, and Metropolis has just met its first. But as Daily Planet intern Clark Kent working alongside reporter Lois Lane secretly wields his alien powers of flight, super-strength and x-ray vision in the battle for good, there's even greater trouble on the horizon.Written by
Within the story, it is never revealed who offered the bounty for Lobo to 'collect' Kal-El from Earth (so there is a question as to who "out there' knows about him. Also, Lobo has a reputation of always 'getting his man' yet he leaves Superman on Earth with no comment about giving up his bounty. See more »
They meet someone from stars and their first instinct is to fire at will.
They love you.
They don't know me, and I am afraid that when they do...
Maybe you are what they need. If they know about you maybe they will see things differently.
Or maybe the government will lock him up, or worse.
At some point they are going to ask me "Where I am from and why I was sent here?" And I won't have the answers. And in the meantime, one way or the other Lois is going to publish her expose.
You know what they are ...
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There is no post-credit scene on this movie. See more »
Seems like a pointless story.
It focuses on the beginning how he started how he introduced him self to the world.
It feels pointless everything being well known.
The graphics are OK the style is just OK.
The battles are simple not extravagance.
The pacing is OK not boring but not edge seating.
All in all it is an OK movie with i do not see the point of other than is a cartoon aimed for kids.
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