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    Tom Welling is a dad for the first time


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    Congratulations to him and his wife (assuming he's married).

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    I am surprised for see Superman without trunks again and in YJ.. I think that YJ always showed him with trunks until now..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miles To Go View Post
    Tom Welling is a dad for the first time

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    congratulations welling.

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    Can this be posted here? Jeff Loveness wrote such a beautiful story about Clark/Superman through Lois's pov


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    It was already posted in the Clois thread.

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    A major aspect of a hero's history is that he had to sacrifice something crucial about themselves in order to do the right thing. Batman sacrificed his parents and his hope for a normal life, Wonder Woman sacrificed his return to Themyscira, Spider-Man sacrificed his parents, his uncle and Gwen Stacy, but apparently Superman didn't lose anything. He still has it all, or does he? Well, Krypton is dead, his biological parents are dead, his adoptive parents are dead (at least in some versions) and he has to live with the knowledge that he cannot right every wrong. The fact that Superman can, apparently, have his cake and eat it to is what leads some people into thinking that he cannot be interesting or relatable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeroVladimir93 View Post
    A major aspect of a hero's history is that he had to sacrifice something crucial about themselves in order to do the right thing. Batman sacrificed his parents and his hope for a normal life, Wonder Woman sacrificed his return to Themyscira, Spider-Man sacrificed his parents, his uncle and Gwen Stacy, but apparently Superman didn't lose anything. He still has it all, or does he? Well, Krypton is dead, his biological parents are dead, his adoptive parents are dead (at least in some versions) and he has to live with the knowledge that he cannot right every wrong. The fact that Superman can, apparently, have his cake and eat it to is what leads some people into thinking that he cannot be interesting or relatable.
    Personally, I think Clark has suffered more than the majority of heroes have. He just doesn't whine about it like a bitch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ascended View Post
    Personally, I think Clark has suffered more than the majority of heroes have. He just doesn't whine about it like a bitch.
    For people to say that Clark has not suffered loss is laughable. He has a positive outlook on life (a very conscious decision on his part), more so than all heroes combine and it doesn't negate that his existence itself is a tragedy.

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    a superman model i made for fangame,i plan to make.
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    Superman art by Sean Anderson:






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    Quote Originally Posted by HeroVladimir93 View Post
    A major aspect of a hero's history is that he had to sacrifice something crucial about themselves in order to do the right thing. Batman sacrificed his parents and his hope for a normal life, Wonder Woman sacrificed his return to Themyscira, Spider-Man sacrificed his parents, his uncle and Gwen Stacy, but apparently Superman didn't lose anything. He still has it all, or does he? Well, Krypton is dead, his biological parents are dead, his adoptive parents are dead (at least in some versions) and he has to live with the knowledge that he cannot right every wrong. The fact that Superman can, apparently, have his cake and eat it to is what leads some people into thinking that he cannot be interesting or relatable.
    Great post. One of the reasons I love Clark/Superman is because despite all that, he still tries to stay optimistic and see the bright side in things.


    Is this from that Big Barda/Superman p0rno story? The poor guy in the middle is just like "are you guys kidding me? Am i supposed to just forget about this?"


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    Quote Originally Posted by stargazer01 View Post
    Great post. One of the reasons I love Clark/Superman is because despite all that, he still tries to stay optimistic and see the bright side in things.


    Is this from that Big Barda/Superman p0rno story? The poor guy in the middle is just like "are you guys kidding me? Am i supposed to just forget about this?"


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    Don't give Tom King any ideas, he's put Scott through enough.

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    I always thought Scott and Clark were interesting to pair up, more than Clark and Orion usually. Despite that weird incident, Barda was also a good friend and I'd like to see her around.
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