Doomed to enjoy Comic Con

So, if you haven't heard by now, the San Diego Comic Con (SDCC) is this weekend. And in leading up to the big event, I plan on bringing daily previews of the events on tap for the big show. Read on to find what you'll be seeing, or will be missing, if you're lame and can't go. Anyone that knows anything about comics knows someone named Superman. And anyone that actually watches cartoons knows that Justice League Unlimited and Batman: The Animated Series were two crowning achievements in television history. So when word of the "first-ever DC Universe animated movie from DC Comics and Warner Bros." comes around, you kind of perk your ears a bit. Well, the time for answers is now. Thursday, at the SDCC, WB will premiere Superman Doomsday to attendees, alongside the movie's creators. Bruce Timm (responsible for the fine pieces or work mentioned in the preceding paragraph) is producing, while Duane Capizzi (The Batman) wrote the script. Its inspired by The Death of Superman, and should be a rip-roaring good time. Check for the DVD release in a few months time. Or, if you're one of the lucky many attending SDCC, make your way into Ballroom 20 at 8:30 PM for 70 minutes of Superman. Animated. Superman Doomsday premieres