One of the things I like about doing this blog, apart from the fact that it's never ending, is that every now and then I'll surprise myself by finding something that's much more interesting than I remember it being.
Superman II is one of those examples. Not the film it's self you understand, although it's the only one in the franchise that I've got any time for, but for the fact that the scene on the moon yielded much more Spaceman goodness than I initially thought it was going to. And quite possibly something really special which I'm going to save for a separate post of it's own.
Anyway, three Kryptonian supervillians who are on their way to Earth to give Superman a bloody good kicking, stop off for a bit of a warm up murderous killing spree on the moon. There they find three astronauts who they make very short work of.
There are a mixture of different suits designs used, primarily it seems to distinguish the Russian cosmonaut from the American astronauts but it all adds to making it visually more interesting.
And here's the rest of the pictures starting with Ursa and the American Spaceman.
And now Zod and the Russian
Fantastic stuff and we'll be back this way for a closer look at something you eagle-eyed blog followers may have already noticed in the pictures above