30 December 2013

Lots of new photos from the Richard Donner Superman Years (1977-1978) have been added to the Donner Years Behind-the-Scenes Gallery. Enjoy!

26 December 2013

Here’s a new transparency scan, featuring Christopher Reeve running around Lois’ car just before he rips the door off of its hinges in Superman-The Movie. See other Superfeats photos here. You’ll notice that the newer photos have larger thumbnails. Eventually all thumbnails will be this larger size. Enjoy!

25 December 2013

For those of you who celebrate it – Merry Christmas!

Check out animator Michael Habjan’s latest “Superman vs. Hulk” fan-created video featuring a very Reeve-ish Superman. While I don’t particularly care for the endless punching and extreme violence, I do commend Michael for his great animation talent and ability to capture Christopher Reeve’s likeness and mannerisms.

20 December 2013

Somewhere in Time is coming to Blu-ray on March 4, 2014! Pre-order it here.

17 December 2013

Wishing each and everyone of you a very Happy and Super Holiday Season from!

Thank you Alex J. Fox for the great image!

15 December 2013

Superman-The Movie was released in U.S. theaters 35 years ago today!

Click here to visit the anniversary page; be sure to check out the tribute videos!

Sideshow Collectibles has released their Production Peek video for the upcoming Christopher Reeve Superman Premium Format Figure. Below is the video and screenshots. This is going to be a fantastic collectible to honor Christopher Reeve, our favorite Man of Steel!

Legendary actor Peter O-Toole, who portrayed Zaltar in Supergirl, passed away yesterday at the age of 81. extends its most sincerest condolences to Peter’s family and friends.

Rest in Peace Mr. O’Toole and Thank You.

Autographed photo from the CapedWonder Collection.

12 December 2013

This Sunday is the 35th Anniversary of Superman-The Movie! Please enjoy this promo video produced by me and edited by Julian Adderley. Check back here on Sunday for more!

04 December 2013

CapedWonder-created posters in honor of Superman-The Movie‘s 35th Anniversary this month!

Since this month is the 35th Anniversary of Superman-The Movie, I thought I’d post this wonderful photo of the Golden Gate Bridge by Darvin Atkeson.

We’re all familiar with Hoover Dam, thanks in large because of Jimmy Olsen’s rescue by Superman, but did you know about the Winged Figures of the Republic, created by Oskar J.W. Hansen for the Hoover Dam Memorial? Be sure to see them when you visit the dam. They are a must-see. Photo by Simon Murray.

27 November 2013

Coming December 15th – A retrospective celebrating 35 years of Superman-The Movie!

Here’s one of the most powerful scenes in Superman-The Movie.

25 November 2013

Happy 93rd Birthday to our Original Lois Lane, Noel Neill!

18 November 2013

Lots of new photos from the Richard Donner Superman Years (1977-1978) have been added to the Donner Years Behind-the-Scenes Gallery. Enjoy!

17 November 2013

Lots of new photos from the Richard Donner Superman Years (1977-1978) have been added to the Donner Years Behind-the-Scenes Gallery. Enjoy!

16 November 2013

Lots of new photos from the Richard Donner Superman Years (1977-1978) have been added to the Donner Years Behind-the-Scenes Gallery. Enjoy!

11 November 2013


Bluewater Productions is releasing a new comic book biographies on two legendary men of steel, Christopher Reeve and George Reeves. Tribute: Christopher Reeve is released this week in conjunction with the release of the Man of Steel DVD.

Bluewater is working with the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation on this book. You can read more about the foundation in the book and a portions of the proceeds will also benefit the organization.

“Nothing is impossible.” Christopher Reeve.

What makes a man a true hero? Is it the role he plays or the life he leads? Explore the life of legendary actor and philanthropist Christopher Reeve in this tribute to the man behind Superman’s cape.

The 32-page comic book, written by Michael Frizell, illustrated by M. Anthony Gerardo. This book will feature two covers one by M. Anthony Gerardo and the other by famed artist Chris Mason.

“Working on a tribute comic about Mr. Reeve has been the realization of a childhood dream. When Superman: The Movie was released in 1978, Reeve embodied the character I dreamed about, and I wanted to believe a man could fly. While researching the book for Bluewater, I remember what compelled me to watch all of Reeve’s movies (my favorite, as you can tell in the comic, is Somewhere in Time. The movie features Reeve and Jane Seymour at the height of their prowess as performers, and it’s the only romantic movie I feel I can watch and not lose my ‘man card.’ It has time travel! Therefore, it garners geek cred in my book).”

“Reeve’s story is an inspiring one. As a university educator, I am particularly drawn to Mr. Reeve and the Reeve foundation because of the admirable work they do with people suffering from physical impairments. I am a former actor myself and I understand how difficult it is to embody a character. Now, imagine having the instrument you use to convey that character, your body, taken away from you. Reeve transcended his injury to give us, his viewing audience, fully realized characters. I can’t help but admire him.”

In January is releasing another comic book on the life of another hero, Tribute: George Reeves written and drawn by M. Anthony Gerardo . The book can be pre-ordered on iTunes and Comic Flea Market today.

He’s been gone for 55 years but for generation after generation he has thrilled & entertained us. He was the first actor to portray the man of steel in full color. And he is the granddaddy of all TV super heroes. But behind the scenes George Reeves lead a shocking (even by today’s standards) life. Witness a tribute comic like no other when Bluewater journeys from the heartlands- to the “city of tomorrow”, as everyday people review George’s career ,and his place within the history of American pop culture. Join us as we celebrate the man who personified America’s first and greatest superhero!

“I am from the generation that was lucky enough to first witness Christopher Reeve on the big screen in the winter of 1978. To say that movie and the character has had a life long impact on me is an understatement. And through the years I had always admired Christopher Reeve’s courage & how he truly was an inspiration. Prior to the 1978 movie, I had a 5-year head start with George Reeves as my first live version Superman. To this day I still consider him the granddaddy of all TV super heroes. He simply defined the golden age version of that character. To be able to work on these tributes was more than labor of love. It was a true honor to bring them to life in pages of a comic,” said artist/writer M. Anthony Gerardo.

The “Tribute” line of comic books tells the stories of the classic entertainers that have passed on,” says Bluewater publisher, Darren G. Davis “It is a way for us to honor these people who have made a difference in the world.

Previous subjects that have been featured in the “Tribute” line include Bruce Lee, Elizabeth Taylor, Frank Capra, Michael Jackson, Marilyn Monroe and James Dean.

Print copies of the book can be ordered at Comic Flea Market for US$3.99.

Digital copies will also be available for US$1.99. Download the comic to your e-reader from iTunes, Amazon, Nook, Kobo, ComiXology, Google Play, DriveThru Comics, Wowio, iVerse, and more.

10 November 2013

Lots of new photos from the Richard Donner Superman Years (1977-1978) have been added to the Donner Years Behind-the-Scenes Gallery. Enjoy!

04 November 2013

Legendary comic book artist Nick Cardy has passed away. extends its most heartfelt condolences to Nick’s family and friends.

Please visit these two websites to learn more about Nick’s amazing career: Comic Book Resources Interview and The Pops Gallery: A Tribute to Nick Cardy.

01 November 2013

These Gallup, New Mexico photos shot in June 1978 for Superman-The Movie are among my very favorites of Richard Donner, Margot Kidder, Christopher Reeve, Marc McClure and the crew. See more here.

27 October 2013

Here’s a gallery of Greg Joseph’s costume photographs from NYCC2013. Tom Welling’s costume or Henry Cavill’s CK outfit are not featured.

The photo will be displayed in a different order each time you open the gallery. How sharp are you at spotting which costume is featured in each photo?

Thanks, Greg, for shooting these photos and granting permission to share them with the fans.

25 October 2013

Please enjoy the Superman 75th Anniversary Animated Short and a SUPER gallery of screenshots – click here!

24 October 2013

Here’s one of my favorite rare portraits of Christopher Reeve as Superman.

23 October 2013

Looks like Lana Lang (actress Diane Sherry) is having a blast being a cheerleader in Superman-The Movie! Photo from the CapedWonder Collection. Be sure to save the photo to your computer and then open it in your favorite viewer to enjoy the full size image.

I assembled two sets of B&W photos together to give you a clear view of Clark Kent’s room from Superman-The Movie since you can’t see much in the movie itself. Notice how much baseball memorabilia is in the room considering we do not see Clark play baseball in the movie. There is also what appears to be a track or cross country trophy on the shelf in the lower photo. Also notice his Smallville High backpack in the lower photo on the right side. B&W photos from the CapedWonder Collection. Be sure to save the photo to your computer and then open it in your favorite viewer to enjoy the full size image.

Additionally, the trophy below (which sold at Hake’s earlier this year) appears not in Clark’s room, but in the living room. See the screenshot of Ma Kent opening the shades. The trophy is on the table on the right side of the frame.

21 October 2013

Please enjoy Bob Peak’s movie poster artwork for Superman-The Movie as a 1920 x 1280 wallpaper!

20 October 2013

Are you a member of the CapedWonder Group on Facebook? Click here to request to join!

18 October 2013

Tribute: Christopher Reeve Comic Book by Blue Water Productions.

November 13, 2013 is the release date (not 2014). Click here to pre-order the digital copy. Click here to pre-order the print copy.

Thanks to Darren Davis at Blue Water Productions for the images and links! So glad that the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation will be involved in this tribute.

15 October 2013

Are you a CapedWonder?

14 October 2013

Superman: 75 years of heroic history in a 2-minute animated short.

12 October 2013

A new and rarely seen flying photo.

Superfan Joseph Rinaldi shot these exclusive photos on October 11 and 13, 2013 of an original Superman-The Movie Christopher Reeve Superman costume and an original Superman III evil Superman costume at New York Comic Con 2013.

Click here to enjoy the entire gallery of 89 high-resolution photos!

11 October 2013

Photos from the New York Comic Con 2013, courtesy of Toyark. Click here to see the entire gallery.

10 October 2013

Nine years ago today Christopher Reeve passed away.

I hope that somewhere he’s watching and smiling. We will forever honor and miss you, Chris.

Please go to the menu at the top of this page and visit the tribute pages under the “Reeve” header.

07 October 2013

I have started a new Donner Years Fan Art & Photos gallery. Check it out!

04 October 2013

Here’s the Fortress of Solitude interior set in Shepperton Studios, England, in 1977.

02 October 2013

What a way to start the day! It will make you smile, so get ready!

It’s still available! Click here.

25 September 2013

Today Christopher Reeve would have turned 61 years old.

Christopher is missed and appreciated here at each and every day. He continues to Inspire us to Go Forward and Thrive. Thank you, Chris. We honor you.

May Christopher Reeve’s legacy live on forever. Thank you Frank Reeve and Barbara Johnson for bringing the world this remarkable gift…

BBDO New York Helps Honor Superman’s Birthday…

22 September 2013

Please enjoy this Superman-The Movie 35th Anniversary 1920 x 1280 wallpaper!

18 September 2013

In less than three months we will celebrate the 35th Anniversary release of Superman-The Movie in United States theaters! I am already excited! Which version are you going to watch again? Here’s a poster I made tonight. Enjoy!

Please enjoy this new, full-frame transparency scan and restoration of Christopher Reeve as Superman in New York City. This was Christopher’s favorite publicity pose as Superman.

04 September 2013

Official CapedWonder Photographer Alberto Diaz from New York photographed Christopher Reeve’s wheelchair at 10 Rockefeller Plaza today exclusively for as part of Spinal Cord Injury Awareness month. Many more photos to come over the next few days.

Super thanks Alberto – you did a GREAT job on your first assignment!

Read more about Spinal Cord Injury Awareness month here.

03 September 2013

Bold Window Display Unveiled in Rockefeller Center Plaza Features Christopher Reeve’s Empty Wheelchair. Read more here.

30 August 2013

A mid-year 1977 industry flyer from an unknown publication. Notice when they indicate that Superman-The Movie will be released.

Artist Nacho Castro has created yet another amazing piece.

This time one made specifically for – a Superman-The Movie collage featuring Richard Donner and many of the primary stars.

Click here to see his page of art here on

We thank you Nacho!

16 August 2013 recently posted “Effects of days past: making Superman fly, an interview with Zorin Perisic, the man behind the ZOPTIC front-projection system used in Superman-The Movie and its first two sequels.

06 August 2013

A seldom used, alternate pose from the “Flying Up from the Streets of Metropolis” photo series. This is one of my favorites.

Richard Donner’s director’s chair on the Kryptonian Council Chamber set at Shepperton Studios, England for Superman-The Movie.

01 August 2013

Please enjoy this new restoration of an original camera transparency from the CapedWonder Collection. This is the uncropped, horizontal version of a vertical shot you may have seen before.

31 July 2013

Here’s Richard Donner, Margot Kidder and her daughter Magiie in Gallup, New Mexico, June 1978, during the filming of Superman-The Movie.

29 July 2013

As part of Superman’s 50th Birthday Celebration, the “Superman: Many Lives, Many Worlds” exhibit opened to the public on June 24, 1987 at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History.

Click here to read more information about the traveling exhibit.

Please enjoy this exclusive photo shot at the exhibit. Can you identify from which movie this costume appeared? More photos will follow later.

27 July 2013

26 July 2013

Always the Gentleman.

24 July 2013

16 July 2013

Here’s a fantastic photo by Ramón Casares of his nine-year-old nephew enjoying his majestic cape. Remember when you used to run through the neighborhood with a cape or towel around your neck?

15 July 2013

As you may know, Ramón Casares is an amazing photographer, graphic designer and an official designer/contributor for His sister is also a gifted photographer, as evidence from these two wonderful photos that capture the magic of Superman and the bond between family members. Ramon and his nine-year-old nephew recently decided to spend some “Super” time together watching the Donner Cut and enjoying their majestic capes. Thanks for sharing Ramon!

The definition of Courage, Determination and a Positive Mental Attitude.

Here’s is an original 35mm transparency scan from the CapedWonder Collection. The play ‘The Aspen Papers’ was produced at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket, London and debuted on March 8, 1984. The cast included Vanessa Redgrave (left) playing Miss Tina, the lead, and Wendy Hiller (right) playing Juliana. Christopher Reeve played the male lead, Henry Jarvis. This play marked Chris’ stage debut in the UK. Chris filmed ‘The Bostonians’ with Vanessa earlier that same year. ‘The Bostonians’ was released in U.S. theaters on August 2, 1984 and in September in the UK. Vanessa is still alive and Wendy passed away on May 14, 2003. You may remember Wendy in ‘The Elephant Man’. More information about ‘The Aspen Papers’ is here.

Here’s Christopher Reeve presenting his best friend Robin Williams of ‘Mork and Mindy’ with the Favorite Male Performer at the People’s Choice Awards show on March 8, 1979. See the video here.

13 July 2013

Here’s Richard Donner and Christopher Reeve discussing a scene for Superman-The Movie in the front lobby of the Daily News Building in NYC, July 1977.

Featured below are Christopher Reeve, Sarah Douglas, Trevor Howard, Terence Stamp and Queen Elizabeth at the British Royal Premiere of Superman-The Movie, December 13, 1978, and Margot Kidder and Christopher Reeve at the 51st Annual Academy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles, CA, April 9, 1979. Original camera transparency from the CapedWonder Collection.

Diane Sherry, who portrayed Lana Lang in Superman-The Movie, will be greeting the fans and signing autographs at this month’s San Diego Comic Con. Please make some time to introduce yourself to her. She will be appearing in the autograph area Friday, July 19th and Saturday, July 20th from 2:30 to 7:00.

09 July 2013

Superman-The Movie‘s Krypton council chamber set at Shepperton Studios, England was absolutely stunning.

Photographer Glenn Meling has created yet another amazing photo. What makes this photo even more interesting is that Michael Keaton and Christopher Reeve starred together in Speechless in the 90s. See more of Glenn’s work here.

07 July 2013

Please enjoy this new rare Superman III photo from the CapedWonder Collection.

06 July 2013

Please enjoy these four new rare photos from the CapedWonder Collection.

04 July 2013

Happy Independence Day! Make it a safe and happy 4th of July holiday!

3 Responses to What’s New?

  1. Flavio Prado says:


  2. Greg Slevin says:

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  3. Christopher Curi says:

    It’s so nice to see a color photo of Superman at the cave entrance from Superman III. I always thought Christopher looked his best as Superman in Superman III. And the photo in the Fortress just speaks volumes of Superman and Lois’ complex relationship! Great updates! Thanks Jim!