Superman (1978) should be standard viewing and if people still go herp derp glasses then I'll cut their faces off. That movie is the best example of how the disguise CAN work even without getting into tinted lenses and having shape-shifting friends
yes, but bringing that up is still a good point. because it means that there is “proof” (however false it may be) that they are not the same person.
i think that these pages in birthright are also an excellent example
Many of us know the basics after having seen at least one cartoon, movie or TV show based on Superman comic books. When the planet Krypton was about to blow up due to a chain reaction at its core, scientist Jor-El and his wife Lara sent their baby Kal-El (whose name meant “star-child”) into a rocket aimed for Earth. There, he was raised on a farm in Kansas by Jonathan and Martha Kent, who named him Clark. He later became a journalist at The Daily Planet and led a double-life as the world-famous superhero called Superman.
Just about everyone has heard this story (and if you haven’t, seriously, where have you been?). And everyone knows Lois Lane is his love and Lex Luthor is his enemy. Most people know Kryptonite is bad, that Superman has a clubhouse in the Arctic Circle called the “Fortress of Solitude.” But as DC Comics gets set to celebrate 700 issues of the Superman comic book this week, here are some things you may not have known about the Last Son of Krypton.
My short film script for my movie class. It’s partially adapted from the DCAU ‘World’s Finest’ three-part episode, as well as John Byrne’s Man of Steel miniseries. I also tied it in with the Superman Returns-verse.