Glam rock (also known as glitter rock) is a style of rock and pop music that developed in the United Kingdom in the early 1970s, which was performed by singers and musicians who wore outrageous clothes, makeup, and hairstyles, particularly platform-soled boots and glitter. The flamboyant costumes and visual styles of glam performers were often camp or androgynous, and have been connected with new views of gender roles.
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.
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.
GLAM (Hangul: 글램) was a four (originally five) member girl group from South Korea. The group was formed by a collaboration between Big Hit Entertainment and Source Music. The group consisted of members Park Jiyeon, Zinni, Dahee, Miso and Trinity, who left due to personal reasons in December 2012. The group's name is an acronym for Girls be Ambitious.
After officially debuting, GLAM collaborated with label-mates 2AM and Lee Hyun. They featured on 2AM's Alone from their album Saint o'Clock, and Lee Hyun's single You Are Best of My Life. Prior to GLAM's debut, member Dahee voiced South Korea's first official Vocaloid, SeeU under Seoul Broadcasting System in both Korean and Japanese. GLAM's first publicized performance as a group was at Japan during the Nico Nico Chokaigi festival. On May 25, CUBE Entertainment announced that the group would their debut on July 16 in collaboration with Source Music. A representative revealed, “GLAM is comprised of five members talented in singing, and dancing . The name means ‘Girls Be Ambitious’, and we hope that they’ll follow their name to produce ambitious, bright music.” As a means to introduce the group to the public, GLAM had featured in their first reality show 'Real Music Drama: GLAM' which aired on SBS MTV from June 6 up until the group's official debut
GLAM is an acronym for "galleries, libraries, archives, and museums", although other versions of the acronym exist, such as LAM, which incorporates only libraries, archives, and museums. More generally, GLAMs are publicly funded, publicly accountable institutions collecting cultural heritage materials.
The term GLAM emerged as these institutions began to realise their roles and goals were converging, creating the need for a wider industry sector grouping. This became especially apparent as they placed their collections online—artworks, books, documents, and artifacts all effectively become equal 'information resources' when they are online.
Proponents of greater collaboration argue that the present convergence is actually a return to traditional unity. These institutions share epistemological links dating from the “Museum” of Alexandria and continuing through the cabinets of curiosities gathered in early modern Europe. Over time as collections expanded, they became more specialized and their housing was separated according to the form of information and kinds of users. Furthermore, during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries distinct professional societies and educational programs developed for each kind of institution.