The gang take note from the comedy The Hangover when, after a night of partying, they awake to have no memory from the night before and tons of clues left for them to discover the shenanigans that took place.
I will admit that Grant Morrison's run revolving Superman's final days isn't exactly my favorite comic storyline. While it is a damn good story it's not one of those I could have imagined would translate well into an animated feature, but DC and Warner Bros. surpassed my expectations and delivered a animated film that has quickly become one of my new favorites.
Tony Wolf and Producer Mike of The Daily BLAM!'s partner site The Action Room attended the film's world premiere in NYC hosted by Warner Home Video and ComicBookResources.com and caught up with both DC Entertainment pros on the red carpet.
Hendricks, who voiced Lois Lane in the animated film, shared a few words about her first foray into voice acting while at the Warner Home Video and ComicBookResources.com hosted All-Star Superman world premiere.
DC/Warner Bros. Animation has hit another home run. All-Star Superman, the adaptation of Grant Morrison's truly epic -- and actually deserving of the word in this case -- 12-issue comic book series which presented Morrison's version of a possible "Last Superman Story," is one of the strongest animated films in years.