RAW DOGMA                                                                           written by Nkrumah Steward

Superman’s Cock Size Big Issue On Upcoming Film
Apparently it was someone’s job on the new Superman movie; “Superman Returns” to make sure that his cock looked just right in his costume.
No lie.
What else do you need to know? Now do you understand why more often than not I have so many issues with these comic book adaptations to the big screen?
The people that are writing, directing and producing these films are not comic book people.
What comic book fan is going to be worried about what Superman’s cock looks like?
"There was more discussion about Superman's 'package' than anything else on the suit," says costume designer Louise Mingenbach. "Was it too big? Was it not big enough? Was it too pointy? Too round? It was somebody's job for about a month just working on codpiece shapes. It was crazy."
I thought Joel Schumacher was being blacklisted from ever working on a comic book movie again, especially after he buried the Batman franchise after putting nipples on the bat suit, seasoning the films with homoerotic imagery.
He must be involved in some capacity if people are actually paying someone to do nothing but adjust and readjust Superman’s package.
how would you like to be that guy calling his folks back home to tell them that you’ve made it in the movie industry and you are working on a big budget picture for Warner Brothers but your in charge of making sure his schlong doesn’t look too long or too wide or that it sticks out too much or maybe even not enough.
If you think telling them that would be hard, imagine explaining to them what qualified you for that job.
Source: Superman's costume a hot topic of discussion, azcentral.com, Sept. 6, 2005
same difference
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