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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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    What was the point of that story?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeroVladimir93 View Post
    What was the point of that story?
    I don't know, haven't read it all. Is it canon?

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    That's kind of the more infamous part of the two part story. Barda is kidnapped by a lurking figure, Clark is working on a missing person story from the slums when he comes across her problem: a newer Apokolips villain named Sleez, who tries to force them both to his will. But due to the intervention of Mr Miracle and Darkseid as well as his inside struggling against the control, Superman is spared as Sleez gets away. He pops up again later though.

    The story actually made it unlikely that anything happened although Superman apologized for the compromising position. Sleez and the director explicitly state that Superman did not cooperate. But that's not really sensational, so most people just say that Superman and Barda made a porn. Byrne's commentary was, "If you wanted them to, then they did. If you didn't, then they didn't." Sleez attacking Barda is bad regardless but the reaction to the role Superman plays is a little telling when it comes to interpretation.
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    “#Superman and #WonderWoman have been drawn, painted, and photographed far beyond the comic page. Discover two of America’s favorite superheroes as seen by the art world in "Men of Steel, Women of Wonder," open Feb 9 - April 22! Learn more with the link in our bio. #MOSWOW #CrystalBridges #SiriKaur | Siri Kaur, "Christopher" (phone), 2006. Chromogenic print. 60 x 45 ½in. Courtesy of the artist. ✨ #CBfanart: Share your superhero-inspired fan art for the chance to be featured on a feed outside the exhibition, and on our social channels! Whether it’s a comic you’ve been working on or a quick doodle on notebook paper, we’d love to see your superhero-inspired work. Upload to Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram with #CBfanart to share your art. We can't wait to see your work! ✨”



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    Man & Superman is a real treat for Clark, Lois and Lex fans. It's got more of a feel for the character than a lot going on in the present day books, especially on the Clark Kent side.

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    I love this Superman art.. It looks like New52. What book is it and what artist?


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    Rebirth Deathstroke by Priest, art by Jason Paz. I’m behind but it’s a good read.

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    The pencil art was Carlo Pagulayan from the two part story.
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    thanks guys

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    Men of Steel, Women of Wonder is an incredible exhibit! You can visit #moswow from February 9 through April 22 Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.

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    That's a much needed exhibit

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    I love the size of the S here. It's not too little or too big, just a nice size. Cavill's Superman also has a good size S, imo.



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    Seriously, there is a lot of romance in Superman... that dialogue wow.. When was this?



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    Quote Originally Posted by stargazer01 View Post
    Seriously, there is a lot of romance in Superman... that dialogue wow.. When was this?


    It's from a story written by Jerry Siegel in 1960 (Superman #141).

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