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I would agree with that Phase Pistol
Well, better at a TRU than in some dark alley somewhere. :sleepAlso, you are a braver man than me, taking zoom shots of Superman's crotch at a TRU :lol
I agree with that.... it's like when they changed Anakin's lightsaber in Revenge of the Sith.. which is different to the one Luke has later. Only people on forums like this would really know, you can't tell that much on screen.And about the "S's" on the shoes, I doubt we'll see that in the movie. It was probably just the designers having fun and seeing how many they could fit there. Only the designers and people in this forum will even know they exist
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I agree with that....Only people on forums like this would really know, you can't tell that much on screen.[/b][/quote]And about the "S's" on the shoes, I doubt we'll see that in the movie.
Here's the suit shown in Los Angeles vs the suit shown at Toys R Us in New York... they could be two different suits, or the two mannequins might just be making the suit look different.
The LA suit does look more like the way it fits on Routh.
That's very true. The '89 Batman was a pretty radical design. This one isn't remotely as radical and, after all, the comic book interpretations have evolved and changed quite a few times over the years and especially from artist to artist.In my mind, though the details are different, the suit is VERY recognizable as superman. if you look at it, it's obviously a superman suit. You could almost not make that claim about the first keaton batman suit, which everyone now considers ground breaking.
I can see what you mean but they don't really look that way to me due to the upper boot part and lack of laces. The custom soles they had made... and I get this tidbit from one of those many interviews I've read... Singer said the reason they made those great big soles on his boots was to help visually balance out the size of his shoulders and upper chest. That seems like a bit of an odd statement but that's basically what he said. Never thought of using the soles of someone's boots to visually balance their shoulders but whatever...Is it just me or dose the super man boots look like a pare of basketball shoes painted red :thumbsdown