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Subj: Re: How do Superman's powers work under other stars?
Posted: Mon Jan 15, 2007 at 10:00:47 am EST
Reply Subj: Re: How do Superman's powers work under other stars?
Posted: Mon Jan 15, 2007 at 05:05:16 am EST
> > > In the thread above, Niddle mentioned a Superman Vs. Aliens story. In that story, Superman wasn't near ANY sun at all, and he eventually became powerless. I don't think that kind of thing happened at all pre-1986.
> I think, Superman did mention to himself that there were many red stars in that area, which would have contributed to his faster power loss.
> > Sure it did. Pre-Crisis, Superman had to be under -- or at least near -- a yellow sun, or his powers went away.
> > omike015
> Don't think that it was that cut and dried. Once he had superpowers, he kept them, till he was exposed to red sunlight.
> I remember even a story, where Jor-El and Lara had powers on one of Krypton's moons while being out of the red sun.
Yeah, I remember, pre-1986, Superman did a LOT of deep-space travelling, and I don't think he only hung around yellow suns. He'd go as close to red stars as needed, and only lost his powers if he got too close to that star's system.
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