Published in 2002. It’s been collected in one of the recent Strange Tales HCs. (Not the old ‘60s series, but the one with the satirical Marvel stories by renowned alternative cartoonists.)
No, from earlier than that. Roddenberry’s first TV series as a producer, The Lieutenant for MGM in 1963, starred Gary Lockwood as US Marine Lieutenant William Tiberius Rice.
After the death of Lois Lane, and seeing the world embrace the newer, more violent heroes like Magog, Superman entered a sort of mourning for how the world and his life used to be. So he changed the background color of his S-shield, and changed the color of his belt. This replaced the brightest colors of his outfit…
They’re all live action, except What If
Oh I see. In that case, I suppose it should be Latabic rather than Latglish, right?
This won’t answer your question, but it will acknowledge it:
Did anyone else think that the twist was going to be that the Ba’ul were going to be revealed that they were actually Evolved Kelpians and the real reason why the Kelpians were taken into Space was it was part of their evolutionary process. The Great Balance was all just a myth to keep immature Kelpians docile so they… Read more
Sadly, the date never made it past the greeting after he was heard uttering, “wow, nice rack...”
Well, in the comics he wasn’t actually dead. He was near death, but some kind of tech in the Fortress of Solitude kept him alive until he healed from his injuries. By the time he came out of his coma he had a full beard.