Krypton and Trip to Earth

Featuring high-definition 1920×1080 pixel screenshots from the 2011 Superman-The Movie Expanded and Theatrical Blu-ray releases.

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3 years ago

would really do anything to get my hands on a copy (at least a retched workprint) of the complete movie!

I bought Warner Bros.’s “4 Film Favorites: Superman,” which featured all four movies, and I immediately checked-out the special features of “Superman IV.”

What I thought about the cut scenes is that they weren’t too bad, to my surprise. BTY, on the scene selections menu, there was a picture of Clark and Stacy (think that’s her name) at the nightclub – wonder why they added the pic and not the deleted scene itself…

Anyway, I searched high and low for a complete version of the film, and stumbled across something very intriguing on “” – And this was a fan-edit that combines the cut scenes, and uses comic strip images from the official DC Movie Adaption to fill in the gaps.

This new cut, “Superman IV: The Quest for Coherence,” shines a new light on the film, and I think whoever is a fan of Christopher Reeve should definitely check it out:

Robert Lock
10 years ago

Great pictures! Would it be possible for you to put up some more screenshots of Krypton’s destruction? It’s such an amazing sequence, and it would be great to examine all the detail that you miss during the actual scene. Thank you.