Supervir est! - It's
Superman!

The videos below are Latin subtitled versions of the
public domain Superman cartoons from the 1940's.
They are beautifully rich in color, an example of classic
hand-drawn animation. And now, they can also help
you learn Latin!

Accompanying each video is a PDF of the English and
Latin script, which students and teachers of Latin can
use to draw grammatical lessons out of the video.
Superman: The Mad Scientist
1941-Public Domain
Click here to download the script of
Superman: The Mad Scientist.
Click here to download the script of
Superman: The Bulleteers.
Superman: The Bulleteers
1942-Public Domain
Superman: Billion Dollar Limited
1942-Public Domain
Click here to download the script of
Superman: Billion Dollar Limited
Also check out my novel In
Saecula Saeculorum.

I don't know of any other
espionage-time travel thriller in
which a speaking ability of Latin is
a key to the story!
As a former NSA Agent, I know the
Top Secret World of Spies.

My expertise in that field and a
knowledge of Latin also play a
crucial role in my novel
Amor
Vincit Omnia: an Andrew Valquist
Adventure.

As soon as Dr. Valquist joins the
NSA, he is suddenly pulled into
international intrigue swirling
around a cryptic Latin book.
Novels for Latin Enthusiasts