Superman Catches Superman Thief

Calling the ghost of Julie Schwartz, this one’s for you;

Tinseltown Movie Location Tours on Los Angeles was broken into last night. Despite being full to the brim with the owner, Daniel Storm’s movie prop and costume collection, the only thing that was stolen was an original storyboard page to the movie Superman 2.

But who do you sell such an item to when you have it? Obviously to Christopher Dennis, the man who dresses as Superman and stands outside Grauman’s Chinese Theater to pose for tourist photos, and who appeared in the documentary Confessions of a Superhero.

And who Daniel Storm had hired just two weeks ago to hand out cards for the company. Who had been in the office and who had seen the storyboard framed on the wall.

The thief offers to sell the storyboard for $20, Dennis didn’t have any money on him and gives him an IOU. The thief decides to trust him, and Dennis returned the storyboard to Storm at Movie Location Tours.

Now able to identify the thief, Storm realises that he tried to apply for a job the previous week and left his phone number. One phone call later, the police picked the suspect up and he will now be identified by… Superman.

rocketeer

The Rocketeer To Finally Take Flight Again

image

Marvel True Believer Panel at San Diego Comic-Con: When I Applauded For Steve Rogers Being In Hydra or How A Bleeding Cool Writer Yelled From The Audience Without Being Called A Name

greatwall

Matt Damon Fights Along The Great Wall In New Trailer

Luc Besson, Arthur And The Minimoys, And The Court Case Worth Millions

defenders

Netflix Tells Us When We’ll See Iron Fist, The Defenders And More

Half A Million Comics Sold In One Groupon Sale…

hacksawridge

Andrew Garfield Goes To War Without A Gun In Hacksaw Ridge Trailer

150721-news-supernatural-hp-lg

“What Brings Me Back Is The Reality Of It” The Supernatural Round-Table At SDCC

Mickey Mouse Is A Great Uncle, In New French Indie Disney Comics From Fred Tebo And Régis Loisel

The Core Of Collecting At San Diego-Comic Con