Some characters originally conceived as heroes have come into conflict with Superman.
Enemies created for other media
These are Superman villains created in other media, with no appearances in previous comics. Livewire, Mercy Graves, Non and Ursa subsequently made appearances in Superman comic books, and have been integrated into the mainstream continuity of the DC Universe.
Villains from comics in other media
A number of villains from the comic books have made an appearance, or appearances, in Superman related live-action media.
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Jamal Bush (born November 4, 1975), better known by his stage name Rock (or Big Rock, or alternatively The Rockness Monstah), is an Americanrapper, famous as a member of hip hop collective Boot Camp Clik and the duo Heltah Skeltah along with Sean Price. He is known for his deep, grimy voice and having a sophisticated and rugged flow.
After releasing two albums with Heltah Skeltah, Nocturnal and Magnum Force, Rock left Duck Down Records and pursued a solo career. He signed to DJ Lethal's Lethal Records and recorded a solo album titled Planet Rock, which was never released after the label folded. He didn't make an appearance on the Clik's 2002 group album The Chosen Few, being the only member of the "Great 8" not to appear.
With each character, their weapon was decided upon before other aspects were. The design was then built to revolve around it, starting with gender, then physical measurements, and lastly background details. Once established, appearance and movement were fleshed out by the team's concept artist and rendered as a 3D model by a design team that worked solely on the character. The completed model was then animated by a motion capture artist working directly with the team. During this phase the team additionally worked with the story creators, refining the character's own role in the plot as needed throughout development. In the course of the series, two characters have been an exception to the process: Johan Druer, a berserker exclusive to the Soulcalibur Japanese player's guide, and Necrid, a character co-produced with Todd McFarlane that appears in Soulcalibur II.
However, at its heart, “Spiral” is a police detective film ... Comedian-actor ChrisRock portrays the lead detective on the case, Ezekiel “Zeke” Banks, while Samuel L ... Detectives Banks (Chris Rock, left) and Schenk (Max Mingella) investigate a murder in a subway tunnel early on in "Spiral ... Chris Rock stars in "Spiral.
That conversation eventually culminated in Rock and Bousman, who directed three previous Saw films (II, III and IV), teaming up to create a legitimately frightening, if unevenly paced, detective thriller ... Meanwhile, DetectiveZekeBanks (Rock) is leading an undercover — and, we later learn, unsanctioned — drug raid.
But the rover has also been busy focusing its science instruments on rocks that lay on the floor of JezeroCrater... A camera called WATSON on the end of the rover's robotic arm has taken detailed shots of the rocks ... And a laser instrument called SuperCam has zapped some of the rocks to detect their chemistry.
But the rover has also been busy focusing its science instruments on rocks that lay on the floor of JezeroCrater... A camera called WATSON on the end of the rover’s robotic arm has taken detailed shots of the rocks ... And a laser instrument called SuperCam has zapped some of the rocks to detect their chemistry.
Actor and comedian ChrisRock struck a deal with the creative team behind the movie Spiral, the latest chapter in the franchise ...Zeke, a detective played by Rock, and William, a rookie played by Minghella, investigate a series of horrific murders which indicate that the serial killer Jigsaw might still be alive.
A camera called WATSON on the end of the rover's robotic arm has taken detailed shots of the rocks for scientists to study. A pair of zoomable cameras that make up the Mastcam-Z imager on the rover's 'head' worked to survey the terrain, and a laser instrument called SuperCam has zapped some of the rocks to detect their chemistry.
The latest entry in the “Saw” horror movie franchise, “Spiral” stars ChrisRock as a police detective investigating murders reminiscent of killer mastermind Jigsaw, with Samuel L. Jackson playing Rock’s father.
A Little >Rock man arrested in July 2018 and charged by a federal grand jury with sex trafficking of a minor was in court Tuesday for what is expected to be a three- to four-day jury trial ... Atkins was arrested after detectives messaged the cellphone and arranged a meeting at which they arrested the girl, who in turn led them to Atkins.
The retired science teacher jumped up from his hiding spot in his garden and grabbed my arm before I could escape. It happened in the mid-1970s when I was playing a game we neighborhood kids invented called “Fugitive.” ... We hid behind hills and rocks and crawled on our knees and bellies in the dirt and grass hoping to avoid detection ... Mr ... ....
ChrisRock and Darren Lynn Bousman embrace horror and thriller tropes and don’t squander the legacy, ushering in a new dawn ... It was fucking bonkers to see Chris Rock & Samuel L ... Jackson and Chris Rock as two detectives who have teamed up with a rookie--played by Max Minghella--and come across a string of murders that are reminiscent of Jigsaw.