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Back in 1981 at the time of the release of Superman II, Britain offered up a documentary on the history of the Man of Steel, which includes comments from Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. This is part 1 of that documentary.
EdGross - 5/27/2010

UPDATED WITH BEHIND THE SCENES VIDEO: As Smallville prepares for its final season, Earth's Mightiest looks back at the making of the classic season six episode "Justice," which brought together members of the future Justice League. Writer/director Steven S. DeKnight reflects on the making of that episode.
EdGross - 5/20/2010

In this video presentation, an A-Z look at Batman's rogue gallery from the 1960s Adam West TV series is featured.
EdGross - 5/16/2010

Listen in on the conversation with Axel Braun, director of the parody Batman XXX, and it immediately becomes obvious that this man is a major comic book geek, and his passion for the subject is launching a whole line of these type of films.
EdGross - 5/14/2010

In the tradition of The Brady Kids Meets Wonder Woman comes The New Scooby Doo Movies: Batman and Robin, in which the Dynamic Duo meet Scooby and the Mystery Gang.
EdGross - 4/29/2010

Earth's Mightiest time machine brings you back to the often-awful '70s with this animated "classic" episode of The Brady Kids animated series in which the bunch meets Wonder Woman.
EdGross - 4/28/2010

In this exclusive audio interview, actor Bruce Greenwood discusses voicing Batman for the forthcoming animated DVD, "Batman: Under the Red Hood." Plus there's a separate audio interview in which he talks about playing Captain Christopher Pike in Star Trek.
EdGross - 4/28/2010

With Brad Meltzer’s Book of Lies, his estate's legal efforts to retain certain copyrights to his greatest creation and, now, the play The History of Invulnerability, it seems that Superman co-creator Jerry Siegel is more in the news than ever before.
EdGross - 4/10/2010

In this Earths Mightiest exclusive, producer James Tucker previews this week's episode of Batman: Brave and the Bold, "Chill of the Night," in which Batman has the chance to confront the killer of his parents, Joe Chill.
EdGross - 4/7/2010

Back in 1978. Adam West and Burt Ward returned to television as Batman and Robin, and were joined by the likes of Hawkman, Captain Marvel, Green Lantern and many more in two of the most bizarre superhero projects ever, Challenge of the Superheroes and Legend of the Superheroes. Co-director Chris Darley reflects on their making in this episode (followed by clips from the show).
EdGross - 4/4/2010

Back in the 1960s, a pair of presentations were done for proposed superheroine TV series. The first was the notion of doing Wonder Woman more as a sitcom, the second a Batgirl spin-off from the Adam West/Burt Ward Batman sensation of of the time. Check out both pilot presentations.
EdGross - 4/1/2010

In this Earths Mightiest exclusive, Batman: The Brave and the Bold producer James Tucker previews this week's episode of the series, "The Power of Shazam," which brings the Caped Crusader together with the Big Red Cheese himself, Captain Marvel.
EdGross - 3/31/2010

In the aftermath of the George Reeves Superman TV series, an attempt was made to mount The Adventures of Superboy, starring Johnny Rockwell as the Teen of Steel. What follows is that complete pilot for viewing.
EdGross - 3/28/2010

In a new feature that's exclusive to Earths Mightiest, producer James Tucker begins to preview each new episode of Batman and the Brave and the Bold, beginning with tonight's "The Super Batman From Planet X."
EdGross - 3/26/2010

Back in the early 1970s, DC decided that a radical approach should be taken to humanize Superman, and they turned to writer Denny O'Neil to handle it. For the most part, the experiment, as short-lived as it was, worked.
EdGross - 3/25/2010

Through interviews and behind the scenes images (including pre-vis and green screen shots), this is a look back at Clark Kent's single super flight on Smallville in the episode "Crusade."
EdGross - 3/17/2010

In this exclusive audio interview conducted shortly before the airing of "Absolute Justice", executive producer Brian Peterson talks about season nine's embracing of the Superman comic book mythology, the impact of both "Absolute Justice" and the introduction of Amanda Waller and, finally, addresses just when we will likely see the actual Superman costume.
EdGross - 3/10/2010

It may be a fan effort, but the merging of Marvel and DC in an effort to capture Clark Kent is pretty effective.
EdGross - 3/9/2010

When the CW placed Smallville on Friday nights in its ninth season, there was a general consensus that this was the network's way of kissing the show goodbye. But the ratings — particularly for a Friday night — coupled with a creative resurgence has led the CW to renew the show for a 10th season.
EdGross - 3/4/2010

A few years ago, Warner Bros. had seemingly fast-tracked George Miller’s Justice League: Mortal, but the project was ultimately cancelled — this despite the fact that most of the cast had been hired, as well as crew members. Among the latter was stunt coordinator/fight choreographer Richard Norton, to whom Earths Mightiest has spoken to exclusively.
EdGross - 3/3/2010