There's something about Adam Baldwin's presence that makes one realize that if you put the trademark spit-curl on his forehead, this guy's a dead ringer for Curt Swan's interpretation of the Last Son of Krypton. The height, the muscles, the posture and composure; it makes you think who the hell is that Brandon guy?Then there's the voice. It's not the purple fields of grain soft Kansas tenor of George Newbern or Tim Daly. It's more the gravelly baritone of Bud Collyer from the old Filmation days and the radio plays of the 1940s. Personally, and not to knock anyone else who's donned the tights, it's the way I always heard Big Blue in my head.