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darth-sinister

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Blue Beetle

Subj: Re: Action Comics #858 [SPOILERS]
Posted: Tue Nov 20, 2007 at 05:16:28 pm CST
Reply Subj: Re: Action Comics #858 [SPOILERS]
Posted: Tue Nov 20, 2007 at 05:05:27 am CST

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> > 2) Why does Perry White says that Clark has no friends but Jimmy Olsen, when Clark is married to Lois Lane? Doesn't Lois count?
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> All things considered, I wouldn't want someone needing to list my wife as one of my friends, especially if that makes the list two names long. I'd rather stick with the one.


Really the whole scene struck me as weird. He's married to the newspaper's alpha female and he's still viewed as a nerd?


> > 3) The Legion of Super-Heroes... the real one, the one that Clark was a member of... they're back. (swoon) "If my friends are in danger, I'm going." (swoon) There are no words. DC has righted one of their greatest wrongs. The alignment of the universe has been reset to its proper coordinates. God is in His heaven and all is right with the world.
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> Ahhh...
>
> But WHAT did they call teenaged Clark?


Kal-El. Spelled correctly. Was it odd that they would do that?


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> And WHAT Earth do they come from?


Good question.


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> And who are the ones Kara was with?


Good question but hopefully that version will simply disappear and be forgotten. It's been ignored by the Supergirl comic so I'm hoping DC just calls a halt to the experiment and lets it fade into the unreferenced past.


> (And WHY in the world did DC decide to separate them so they've teamed up with different versions?!?!?!)


Because DC honestly thought the goofy Waid version would sell. Weird, I agree.



> > > 2) Why does Perry White says that Clark has no friends but Jimmy Olsen, when Clark is married to Lois Lane? Doesn't Lois count?
> >
> > All things considered, I wouldn't want someone needing to list my wife as one of my friends, especially if that makes the list two names long. I'd rather stick with the one.
>
>
> Really the whole scene struck me as weird. He's married to the newspaper's alpha female and he's still viewed as a nerd?
>
>
> > > 3) The Legion of Super-Heroes... the real one, the one that Clark was a member of... they're back. (swoon) "If my friends are in danger, I'm going." (swoon) There are no words. DC has righted one of their greatest wrongs. The alignment of the universe has been reset to its proper coordinates. God is in His heaven and all is right with the world.
> >
> > Ahhh...
> >
> > But WHAT did they call teenaged Clark?
>
>
> Kal-El. Spelled correctly. Was it odd that they would do that?
>
>
> >
> > And WHAT Earth do they come from?
>
>
> Good question.
>
>
> >
> > And who are the ones Kara was with?
>
>
> Good question but hopefully that version will simply disappear and be forgotten. It's been ignored by the Supergirl comic so I'm hoping DC just calls a halt to the experiment and lets it fade into the unreferenced past.
>
>
> > (And WHY in the world did DC decide to separate them so they've teamed up with different versions?!?!?!)
>
>
> Because DC honestly thought the goofy Waid version would sell. Weird, I agree.

Uh, DC is still using Waid's version and has no plans right now, to abandon them. Johns has a plan for the Legion, as referenced by "The Legion Of Three Worlds" concept.


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