By now we know GoPros can show us some pretty amazing stuff from up close, like a man falling from orbit or crazy parkour regimens. But what happens when a superhero straps on a cam and goes about their day, fighting crime and leaping tall buildings in a single bound?
It’s a bird… it’ a plane… it’s an overused anti-climactic build-up! But really, it’s an awesome video by YouTubers CorridorDigital featuring a first-person day in the life of Superman that you’ve GOTTA see:
Somebody’s made The Matrix new again by applying the formula of Man of Steel trailer. Which a) makes me want to watch The Matrix again, and b) makes me realize Neo was basically Goth Superman. Enjoy the walk down memory lane!
The new Superman movie is nearly upon us, and whether you’re a die-hard fan of Kal El, or a Johnny-Come-Lately who’s excited for a summer blockbuster, this image posted to Reddit’s r/movies group tracks the visual evolution of Superman’s iconic “S” logo.
My personal favourite is the 1941 logo. That one is snazzy as hell. The bee’s knees, even. Click to expand (you won’t regret it):
T-minus TWO days til Man of Steel hits theatres, and I’m pumpin’ myself up vlog-style. I thought the topic of light vs. dark superhero movies was pretty interesting. I mean after all, it’s sparking flame wars the Interwebz over… but which one is better? Can Superman save us from ourselves?
I recently came across an article that claims scientists have found a woman who can see 99 million more colours than the average person, all due to a fourth “cone” in her eyes.
So aside from learning we use cones to see (and here I thought they were just for ice cream) – THAT’S CRAZY. Can you imagine seeing colours everywhere that there were no names for? You wouldn’t even be able to explain them to anyone.
In my unlearned scientific mind, I imagine her to be exactly like Cyclops, or maybe Superman. Check out all the details in this article and be amaaaazed!