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234 pages

The Rise of Superman, Decoding the Science of Ultimate Human Performance

Creator: Steven Kotler | Business & Economics - 2014

Using years of research and interviews with adventure sports athletes, the New York Times best-selling author of Abundance and A Small, Fury Prayer attempts to unlock the secrets to ultimate human performance and the state of consciousness ...

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

About this book
An exploration of how extreme athletes break the limits of ultimate human performance and what we can learn from their mastery of the state of consciousness known as “flow”In this groundbreaking book, New York Times–bestselling author Steven Kotler decodes the mystery of ultimate human performance. Drawing on over a decade of research and first-hand interviews with dozens of top action and adventure sports athletes such as big–wave legend Laird Hamilton, big–mountain snowboarder Jeremy Jones, and skateboarding pioneer Danny Way, Kotler explores the frontier science of “flow,” an optimal state of consciousness where we perform and feel our best.Building a bridge between the extreme and the mainstream, The Rise of Superman explains how these athletes are using flow to do the impossible and how we can use this information to radically accelerate our performance in our own lives.At its core, this is a book about profound possibility, what is actually possible for our species, and where—if anywhere—our limits lie.



409 pages

Superman, The High-flying History of America's Most Enduring Hero

Creator: Larry Tye | History - 2013-05-21

A history of the American superhero demonstrates how the Man of Steel has tapped into the American psyche in ways that reveal key national characteristics, and discusses the writers, artists, and performers involved in his creation.

Publisher: Random House Incorporated

About this book
Seventy-five years after he came to life, Superman remains one of America's most adored and enduring heroes. Now Larry Tye, the prize-winning journalist and New York Times bestselling author of Satchel, has written the first full-fledged history not just of the Man of Steel but of the creators, designers, owners, and performers who made him the icon he is today.   Legions of fans from Boston to Buenos Aires can recite the story of the child born Kal-El, scion of the doomed planet Krypton, who was rocketed to Earth as an infant, raised by humble Kansas farmers, and rechristened Clark Kent. Known to law-abiders and evildoers alike as Superman, he was destined to become the invincible champion of all that is good and just--and a star in every medium from comic books and comic strips to radio, TV, and film.   But behind the high-flying legend lies a true-to-life saga every bit as compelling, one that begins not in the far reaches of outer space but in the middle of America's heartland. During the depths of the Great Depression, Jerry Siegel was a shy, awkward teenager in Cleveland. Raised on adventure tales and robbed of his father at a young age, Jerry dreamed of a hero for a boy and a world that desperately needed one. Together with neighborhood chum and kindred spirit Joe Shuster, young Siegel conjured a human-sized god who was everything his creators yearned to be: handsome, stalwart, and brave, able to protect the innocent, punish the wicked, save the day, and win the girl. It was on Superman's muscle-bound back that the comic book and the very idea of the superhero took flight.   Tye chronicles the adventures of the men and women who kept Siegel and Shuster's "Man of Tomorrow" aloft and vitally alive through seven decades and counting. Here are the savvy publishers and visionary writers and artists of comics' Golden Age who ushered the red-and-blue-clad titan through changing eras and evolving incarnations; and the actors--including George Reeves and Christopher Reeve--who brought the Man of Steel to life on screen, only to succumb themselves to all-too-human tragedy in the mortal world. Here too is the poignant and compelling history of Siegel and Shuster's lifelong struggle for the recognition and rewards rightly due to the architects of a genuine cultural phenomenon.   From two-fisted crimebuster to über-patriot, social crusader to spiritual savior, Superman--perhaps like no other mythical character before or since--has evolved in a way that offers a Rorschach test of his times and our aspirations. In this deftly realized appreciation, Larry Tye reveals a portrait of America over seventy years through the lens of that otherworldly hero who continues to embody our best selves. Praise for Superman   "Engaging, fun, inspiring--like the Man of Steel."--The Huffington Post   "Powerful . . . wonderfully readable."--The Plain Dealer "A story as American as Superman himself . . . The best origin story pulsing through Superman is not the one about the Krypton-to-Kansas alien baby, but rather the one about the superhero's mortal and sometimes star-crossed creators."--The Washington Post   "Fun, enlightening pop-cultural history."--Kirkus Reviews "A rich history full of lively heroes and villains, much like a comic book. Essential for Superman fans."--Library Journal (starred review)   "[A] comprehensive, definitive history."--Publishers Weekly From the Hardcover edition.



12 pages

My First Superman Book, Touch and Feel

Creator: David Bar Katz | Juvenile Fiction - 2011-01-11

The first book every comic book geek Dad will want to read to his child!

Publisher: Downtown Bookworks

About this book
The first book every comic book geek Dad will want to read to his child! And the first-ever touch-and-feel Superman book.Each of 6 spreads in this irresistibly cool package features classic Superman art and a special interactive feature. Budding Superman fans can: ·        tap his rippling chest of steel ·        experience the magic of X-ray vision ·        pull the tab bringing Clark Kent into the phone booth as Superman flies out ·        touch his silky red cape ·        be dazzled by his sparkly Fortress of Solitude ·        and pet a furry Krypto   Tons of fun for children of all ages!


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  • Superman: The Movie

    Movie

    Rating (865 reviews):
    (4.5/5)

    'Superman' on DVD...THE one to buy!

    At last, Superman is presented the way it was meant to be! The master print for the 1978 classic had deteriorated so badly that the film, particularly the white-on-white Krypton opening scenes, was almost unwatchable. (I had even gone so far as to write a critique on Amazon.com demanding a 'Director's Cut' DVD edition, digitally transferred and remastered, be made!) Somebody was listening! While this isn't a 'Director's Cut' (Donner has said that the version that premiered in 1978 was the version he preferred), the movie has been expanded, to include a couple of brief scenes with Brando, and the famous Superman Gauntlet sequence at Luthor's underground lair (the remaining unused sequences can be seen in the 'Deleted Scenes' Chapter, on Side 2).Technically, the DVD is fabulous; the Krypton sequences are now clean and sharp, a couple of shots where, previously, color balancing problems had turned Superman's costume green have been corrected, and, best of all, the soundtrack... 5/5 Benjamin J Burgraff (Las Vegas) - See all my reviews, April 28, 2001

    Video Quality Review (Blu-ray)

    4/5 Achilles - See all my reviews This review is from: Superman: The Movie [Blu-ray] (Blu-ray) This is a tough one to review. For a film made in 1978, I don't think it could look any better. I'm willing to bet this Blu-ray disc is as good if not better than the premiere screening of Superman back in 78. Great care must have been taken to clean up and restore this picture. It is practically free of scratches and dirt. It is detailed, far above standard definition. Colors are balanced and eye catching. Contrast is natural and evenly spread. Inserted scenes are consistent with the rest of the film. Never looked better. Still, 1978. There are a few scenes with plenty of grain and most of the film gives the impression of being a little out of focus, a little blurred. Five star transfer, four star visual impact. I doubt if a 1080p display is getting much more out of this picture than a 720p display.(PS3 - 1080p projector - 92") Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 30, 2007

    Superman DVD gets A+

    Last night a friend that works at Warner Brothers brought over a surprise: The Superman-The Movie two disc DVD! And after watching it, I've got some good news, and some bad news.First the good news- This new version is even better that the original edit of the film. A lot more of Marlon Brando's scenes. And the really cool sequence in Lex Luthor's underground hide out where he tries to kill Superman with bullets, fire & cold. Plus more...The picture quality is just stunning. Krypton has this insane glow to it. And the new sound rivals brand new movies. The music is bright & vibrant, swirling all around you, and the entire 5.1 mix is used very well.Now, the bad news- There's only the one version of the movie. I had hoped you'd be able to play the original, too.More good news- The second disc has an enormous amount of brand new special features (almost two hours worth.) In their entirety, they seem to transport you back in time to relive the fascinating... 5/5 Superfreak - See all my reviews This review is from: Superman - The Movie (DVD) Last night a friend that works at Warner Brothers brought over a surprise: The Superman-The Movie two disc DVD! And after watching it, I've got some good news, and some bad news.First the good news- This new version is even better that the original edit of the film. A lot more of Marlon Brando's scenes. And the really cool sequence in Lex Luthor's underground hide out where he tries to kill Superman with bullets, fire & cold. Plus more...The picture quality is just stunning. Krypton has this insane glow to it. And the new sound rivals brand new movies. The music is bright & vibrant, swirling all around you, and the entire 5.1 mix is used very well.Now, the bad news- There's only the one version of the movie. I had hoped you'd be able to play the original, too.More good news- The second disc has an enormous amount of brand new special features (almost two hours worth.) In their entirety, they seem to transport you back in time to relive the fascinating... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 22, 2001


  • Mattel

    Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Batman and Superman Figure 2-pack

    Toy (Mattel)

    Rating (90 reviews):
    (4.6/5)
    Mattel

    Very good

    4/5 Ale - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Batman and Superman Figure 2-pack (Toy) Very good overall, arrived as expected, happy with purchase., April 5, 2016

    Toy Figures

    5/5 FabGeekMom - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Batman and Superman Figure 2-pack (Toy) I bought this for my 4 year old granddaughter and she enjoyed it. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 12, 2016

    Five Stars

    5/5 mike m - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Batman and Superman Figure 2-pack (Toy) Great toy! Very well made highly recommend! Great price! Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 17, 2016
    List Price: $19.99
    Featuring 9 points of articulation
    From the DAWN OF JUSTICE movie
    The Greatest Superhero Battle of All Time
    Celebrate the new BATMAN v. SUPERMAN
    True to movie styling






  • DC Comics

    DC Comics 12" Superman Figure

    Toy (DC Comics)

    Rating (102 reviews):
    (4.6/5)
    DC Comics

    Excellent 12" figure from Mattel

    5/5 S. Sylvia (Massachusetts) - See all my reviews, November 28, 2014

    This is worth it!!!

    5/5 Missouri Mom (MO, USA) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: DC Comics 12" Superman Figure (Toy) You get what you pay for. This is like the ones in wal mart recently for $10 except the arms bend and all limbs can rotate. A wonderful bonus for boys who really want their superhero to be able to serve justice... And stand up. The paint and is dull, not shiny and it looks like a knock off. The cape is felt with no design, but My boys love it and so do I!!! Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 13, 2015

    Superman Basic 12" Figure

    4/5 Donn Schroeder (New Market, MD) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: DC Comics 12" Superman Figure (Toy) The is a very basic 12" figure of the new 52 Superman. Perfect for play, not a lot of details, but there is enough articulation to make it fun for kids of all ages. The colors are bright and super. I was not impressed at first, but this figure has grown on me. Not a collector's piece, but fun non the less. Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 10, 2015
    List Price: $9.99
    DC Comics fans of all ages will love this 12" figure of an all time favorite character
    Wage colossal battles between good and evil!
    Superman comes to spectacular life in epic scale
    Offers 9 points of articulation for great action figure play and value
    Pick up the entire collection that also includes Batman, The Flash and The Joker (sold separately)


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    Superman Through The Years Mug - Action Comics - DC- Officially Licensed

    Kitchen (The Unemployed Philosophers Guild)

    Microwave and dishwasher safe.
    The Superman Through The Years Mug shows how the "Man of Steel" has evolved over the decades.
    High-quality ceramic mug depicts Superman from his original 1930s image until the present day.
    Comes in cool, graphical gift box.
    Holds 14 ounces.



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