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  1. See, I was less geeked out. After the Earth-66...

    See, I was less geeked out. After the Earth-66 one I got the gimmick and it ceased being impressive. Except for Earth-Kingdome Come and Earth-Batmadman the rest were just glorified easter eggs. ...
  2. Thread: Arrow

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    It seems that after the funeral next week Sara...

    It seems that after the funeral next week Sara takes Laurel to the future. Maybe in the Prime Universe the "real" Laurel was already dead and with no multiverse cross-overs there never was a Black...
  3. I think another issue is how closely tied the...

    I think another issue is how closely tied the family is.

    If you can write a story not using a family ember without having to explain their absence then that's one thing. If half of your stories...
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    So technically J'onn is brainwashing people. An...

    So technically J'onn is brainwashing people. An Alex Danvers who lived a whole life on Earth-Prime was just over-written by memories J'onn gave her of a different life. If Crisis hadn't happened...
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    The discussion of the Planet staff sort of blurs...

    The discussion of the Planet staff sort of blurs the issue to me. Sure, Lois and Jimmy have been targets since their introduction even when neither knew the secret but, what about guys like Pete...
  6. The original JSA in the 1940's alongside the...

    The original JSA in the 1940's alongside the All-Star Squadron.

    Dick Grayson replacing Bruce (either as Batman or as Nightwing) in the 1960's

    Infinity Inc (with Helena, Power Girl and Jesse...
  7. Are we talking Lex being off the table for...

    Are we talking Lex being off the table for Superman use or being off the table entirely?

    I'm down for both, but lean heavily toward the latter. I don't want him removed from Superman but popping...
  8. Not in every case. Power Girl's connection...

    Not in every case.

    Power Girl's connection to the post-Crisis Superman and the JSA was never really clear. Pre-Crisis it made sense JSA member Kal-L as her cousin was her in to the JSA. ...
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    Only problem is that Batwoman sort of relies on...

    Only problem is that Batwoman sort of relies on the idea that the people of Gotham knew there was a living breathing Batman and not just a guy in the shadows who may or may not be real.
  10. I just wonder how many changes will really be...

    I just wonder how many changes will really be addressed and how many will like their comic counterparts just be left to a vague "Crisis <mumble>" explanation
  11. Sally Selwyn. During a period Superman had lost...

    Sally Selwyn. During a period Superman had lost both his powers and his memory he romanced Sally. She is therefore the only love interest to see Superman/Clark trying to be two separate people. Not...
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    This is where I got the idea It struck me as...

    This is where I got the idea


    It struck me as yet another "change the character into something else" approach. The character survived 80 years as a journalist. He doesn't need to be radically...
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    While you are at it put him in a dark costume...

    While you are at it put him in a dark costume with a face covering cowl, make him an artificial life-form raised in a lab, and have him paid for his rescues. After all it's not like anyone actually...
  14. Poll: No, the Robot Teacher appeared at least three...

    No, the Robot Teacher appeared at least three times and the story you were discussing was the last of the three. He trained/tested Superboy early in his career, did the same to Supergirl, and then...
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    The only problem with the depiction is that since...

    The only problem with the depiction is that since this is a separate continuity I thought at first this was a new take on Kryptonians. Maybe this time they were more alien looking and Superman had...
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    I've always thought the main problem with...

    I've always thought the main problem with Superman in a game is that his arsenal is so large. You need to be able to control flight, heat vision, superbreath, super-speed, as well as combat moves. ...
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    The Kirby arrival also came close to the point...

    The Kirby arrival also came close to the point Mort Weisinger left DC and Julius Schwartz came into the Super-titles. Prior to this Superman was in the JLA but the JLA were rarely in Superman. ...
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    Not looking forward to his being in Shazam, ...

    Not looking forward to his being in Shazam,

    But wouldn't mind his dealing the with the current Superboy- either in the Super-titles or Legion. Prime kills Jon. Superman defeats Prime. We...
  19. Let's go for the elephant in the room. Batman...

    Let's go for the elephant in the room. Batman makes no sense in the JLA unless you are removing the character's street-level appeal. Either he can be challenged by thugs with guns in Gotham or he...
  20. Poll: The super-memory didn't give him the historical...

    The super-memory didn't give him the historical details, that was his own research from time travel, other survivors and relics. Remember Pre-Crisis Krypton blew up but every other week Superboy/man...
  21. I don't know. If he grows up as a resident of...

    I don't know. If he grows up as a resident of Kansas, with all the people he knows and loves being fellow Kansans, why is Krypton any closer to his heart than Atlantis, Mayan culture, or any other...
  22. I always saw the classic suit as a single...

    I always saw the classic suit as a single material (except the boots and belt). The material was "dyed" different colors but the chest/shirt was a solid one piece with the symbol stitched into the...
  23. Poll: I think it was Superman #61 (I might have the...

    I think it was Superman #61 (I might have the issue number wrong). As a full grown Superman he has his first encounter with kryptonite and using super-speed he follow the meteor back through time...
  24. Poll: I'd prefer never, but I know I'm in the minority...

    I'd prefer never, but I know I'm in the minority there.

    I'd prefer that he learn about it in pieces. The Kents show him the rocket when he is old enough to be trusted with a secret. So probably...
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    Actually the Golden-Age Superman didn't think of...

    Actually the Golden-Age Superman didn't think of himself as Kryptonian. He was a decade into his career (at least 30) before he even knew about Krypton.
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