YES! I have been wanting this since I first discovered there were scenes cut from the 1978 Superman movie. Some scenes have been put back in for some releases, but never all of the deleted scenes. Over at Warner Brothers Archive, it has been announced that the Superman: The Movie will be getting the extended cut treatment. Their description reads:

SUPERMAN: THE MOVIE – EXTENDED CUT & SPECIAL EDITION 2-FILM COLLECTION (1978,2000)
Run Time 188 Minutes-EXTENDED CUT (NEW 2017 1080p HD MASTER)
151 Minutes-SPECIAL EDITION
Subtitles Spanish, French, English SDH
DTS HD-Master Audio 2.0 – English (EXTENDED CUT)
DTS HD-Master Audio 5.1 – English, DOLBY DIGITAL SURROUND 5.1 – French, DOLBY DIGITAL SURROUND 5.1 – Spanish
ORIGINAL ASPECT RATIO – 2.40:1, 16 X 9 LETTERBOX
COLOR
2-BD 50
Special Features (on Superman The Special Edition Disc): Commentary by Director Richard Donner and Creative Consultant Tom Mankiewicz; 3 Documentaries Taking Flight: The Development of Superman, Making Superman: Filming the Legend and The Magic Behind the Cape; Screen Tests; Restored Scenes; Additional Scenes; Additional Music Cues; Music-Only Track

Decades before blockbuster Extended Cuts were common, Superman proved a true “Man of Tomorrow.” Superman: The Movie received an ahead-of-its-time makeover for its television premiere – nearly 40 more minutes of story, creating a two-night television event. Audiences had already been swept off their feet by Christopher Reeve’s Last Son of Krypton, and now there was more to enjoy. Unseen in decades, this version is paired here with Richard Donner’s definitive vision of his film, the Special Edition Director’s Cut (2000), to create a supersized celebration of Metropolis’ favorite son that preserves the director’s intent while feeding superfan demands.


I had no idea that a 3 hour cut of the Superman movie even existed until a few years ago. Surprisingly my father told me that he watched Superman on February 1982, during the ABC broadcast of the movie and said that the movie included scenes that he never saw again afterwards. I honestly thought he made it up until I joined comic book forums years later who all collaborated this experience. My dad was a closeted geek, but I think if he was alive, he’d be pretty darn giddy to learn that this was finally being done.


Awesome comic book week! We discover Mr. Oz’s identity. Maxima (the AWESOME version of her) takes on both Superwoman and Supergirl. Scarlet Spider meets up with Mistress Death. Flash is still dealing the Negative Speed Force. Batman and all of his sidekicks take on the Justice League (kinda sorta) and more on this week’s comic book load. What’s your load look like?

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There may be lots of Dragon Con happiness in this video. Beware to see lots of positive happiness between lots of people. It’s one of the best cosplayer cons in the world and I would never pass a chance up to share this experience with my friends and bestest buddies, ever!

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What would be a good name for an archenemy for the GayComicCorps? The nemesis is gay himself and has more like an Xavier vs. Magneto relationship to the Corp. This is not an Anti-Gay man and he is not a self hating closeted character at all. Both sides want equality for the LGBT community. But both sides use different means to achieve this goal. What do you think would be a good name?

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I want to introduce you to my good friend Jay Foxworthy. Jay, along with his husband Bryan and two kids Daniel and Selena are the Leffews of the Gay Family Values YouTube channel. Jay’s family and I have been friends and collab mates as a part of YouTube’s community of gay voices. As a GFV viewer, and as a friend, I know that Jay cares about equality and protecting those who do not have a voice. It is Jay’s heart, conviction, and willingness to be an open book that is one of the many reasons I kept watching.


That’s why I am excited that Jay is running for Sheriff in Sonoma County California. If elected, Jay would be the first out gay man to serve as Sheriff anywhere in the United States! Jay has a personal sense of obligation to make changes where and when he can. He has mentored many LGBTQI young people all over the world and fought for marriage equality. I know that Jay, if elected Sheriff, will bring the same heart and courage to his office that he has brought to Gay Family Values all these years. Let’s help Jay become the first openly gay male Sheriff in America by donating to his campaign.


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Many people know the Bumblebee car robot in the Transformers universe. Many others know that Bumblebee is a character in DC Comics…and she was was around before Hasbro created their famous yellow Volkswagen bug car (although he hasn’t been that version in long ass time). Toy naming rights and trademarks are a thing and media rights and everything else, all seem to be quite different from each other. Hasbro is suing DC over the toy name of Bumblebee to exist, because…pettiness? Afraid people will suddenly be confused? More money? Granted, Hasbro is making a spin off live action Bumblebee movie. So I am sure they have tons of Bumblebee toys set to be made.


Variety is reporting that the trademark-infringement lawsuit was made on Monday, by Hasbro against DC Comics. Or more appropriately, Warner Bros, over the name “Bumblebee” on toys. Granted, there are not a lot of DC Bumblebee toys out there, but damn. I am curious how this will turn out.


Bobby Drake aka Iceman takes on Wolverine’s bisexual son – Daken. Although it is a short fight, we do get to see some slightly sexual tension between the two as well. It’s a great issue and we see more of Iceman’s personal life start to come to the surface with a huge shocking ending.

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The shirtless Violinist is back, but this time he’s doing a rendition of A Part of Your World, from Disney’s Little Mermaid. He’s joined with his real life boyfriend Paul Castle. Paul Castle also happens to be the director of this music video. This is quit beautiful. Check out their video attached below.


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I just got done watching the Defenders series and there was a short teaser included for the upcoming Netflix Punisher series. We get to see Jon Bernthal in his upcoming costume and I like it! It’s practical and realistic. Plus it’s got the comic book Punisher vibe to it. The series is expected to debut something in late 2017. What do you think?