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    Meh. 45 at best.

    Meh. 45 at best.
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    Having a natural talent doesn't mean you can skip...

    Having a natural talent doesn't mean you can skip the "work part" ,though. It just makes going through it a bit easier.
    If you look at Alan Moore's early works and then look at Watchmen, it's...
  3. So, here it is: part 2 of my pitch, involving...

    So, here it is: part 2 of my pitch, involving "Superman at work", or Clark Kent, crusading reporter. Or Lois, Bibbo, Chloe, and .....Lex Luthor?
    As the title above suggests, these adventures would...
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    I couldn't help but laugh a bit after the...

    I couldn't help but laugh a bit after the Christopher Reeve comparaison, because that's, like, an outright lie.
    Not that the rest of the review is any better, mind you. The only way I can think of...
  5. Do I really have to explain to you the obvious...

    Do I really have to explain to you the obvious flaws of a plan that will take 90+ years to work with only one woman to work with? And that's assuming Faora doesn't die of childbirth in the middle of...
  6. Except I never said anything about inbreeding. ...

    Except I never said anything about inbreeding.
    But recreating a new Kryptonian race with one woman, with a ratio of one child every nine month? Do you even have an idea of how many years it would...
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    Huhh....For having done a bit of this at...

    Huhh....For having done a bit of this at different levels, I can tell you that yes, it does. Writing is a muscle, and you only get to improve it with practice.
  8. Then, they're already doomed. Plain and simple.

    Then, they're already doomed. Plain and simple.
  9. I doubt it, but we really don't have any way to...

    I doubt it, but we really don't have any way to tell.
    Still, since the movie is trying to be at least "semi realistic", it would make more sense if that wasn't the case.
  10. Yeah, plus, assuming it works like humans, it...

    Yeah, plus, assuming it works like humans, it will take forever to get anywhere. One (two?) woman with a 9 month long pregnancy, with a ratio of one baby per birth.....Yeah, the rebirth of Krypton...
  11. There is a "you changes of the status quo" thread...

    There is a "you changes of the status quo" thread somewhere on the forum that would probably do the trick.
  12. Hehe, I'm blushing now.:p Thanks.

    Hehe, I'm blushing now.:p
    Thanks.
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    I'm.....still on the fence on this. On the one...

    I'm.....still on the fence on this.
    On the one hand, everything I complained about concerning the Newsroom, or the Daily Planet in general, really, I stand by it. It's boring, cliched, and not a...
  14. Meh. Better than what I expect of David Finch,...

    Meh.
    Better than what I expect of David Finch, I'll give him that, but I just don't like that style of artwork. At all.
    Diana still loks like her head and her body don't match.
    Probably gonna...
  15. Okay, so here is the first part of my pitch,...

    Okay, so here is the first part of my pitch, dedicated to Superman "on vacation", also known as "Superman's travels".
    One interesting feature about the Superman from the Silver Age is that he had a...
  16. Poll: No offense, but I've read both periods, and the...

    No offense, but I've read both periods, and the periods in between. I don't need a external source to make my opinion on the matter.
    Most of the differences are differences of period. What was...
  17. Poll: And by the admission of the guys who defined in...

    And by the admission of the guys who defined in the 70's (Adams and O Neil mostly), what they did was "hey, remember how Batman was a dark vigilante of the night in the 30's? How about we go back to...
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    And it is based on what, exactly? Even Soule 's...

    And it is based on what, exactly? Even Soule 's Superman (which is the most indecisive I can think of) basically sacrificed himself to save WW without the slightest hesitation. That doesn't sound...
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    -Okay, if there is one completely baseless...

    -Okay, if there is one completely baseless accusation one can make, it's that New 52 Superman is especially afraid of death.
  20. Well....What I had in mind was really "what would...

    Well....What I had in mind was really "what would you do if DC gave you the Superman/Action Comics gig" , but I guess that depends on
    what you have in mind.
  21. Poll: He kinda is, actually. Ho, sure, he was a bit...

    He kinda is, actually.
    Ho, sure, he was a bit more hardcore, and he as using guns, but for the most part, you look at the two Batman's behaviour, and you see the ressemblance. Out of the Trinity,...
  22. I think Superman could actually use some...

    I think Superman could actually use some goofiness.
    There's nothing wrong with being goofy. It's about how you go about it. One Piece, or Doctor Who, are two perfect (if very different) examples of...
  23. Heh. Glad you liked it.

    Heh. Glad you liked it.
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    I don't have a problem with referencing the...

    I don't have a problem with referencing the Donner movies so much as I have a problem with that scene having been done to death already.
    It just.....doesn't feel like it has heart,you know, at...
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    Heh. Pretty sure the only way Superman's...

    Heh. Pretty sure the only way Superman's behaviour is connected to Krypton's demise is his tendency to stop natural disasters. Considering Krypton was destroyed by a natural disaster. But I'm not...
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