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Harry Osborn

In Reply To
Superman's Pal

Subj: Re: 52 [SPOILERS]
Posted: Tue Nov 27, 2007 at 01:03:28 pm EST
Reply Subj: Re: 52 [SPOILERS]
Posted: Tue Nov 27, 2007 at 12:16:53 pm EST

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> > I don't remember, was that part of his trial? How can you be tried for the murder of someone who isn't dead? Well, attempted murder, I guess.
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> He murdered her. The Bloodlines McGuffin brought her back, which was a seperate storyline.

Yeah but, given the compressed nature of the story (at the end of the year-long event doesn't Lois say "it's been a rough couple of weeks" or something to that effect?) then by the time she came back to life, only a day or two had passed. Did anyone even realize she was gone or that a murder had taken place? I'll have to reread that annual.




> > > I don't remember, was that part of his trial? How can you be tried for the murder of someone who isn't dead? Well, attempted murder, I guess.
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> > He murdered her. The Bloodlines McGuffin brought her back, which was a seperate storyline.
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> Yeah but, given the compressed nature of the story (at the end of the year-long event doesn't Lois say "it's been a rough couple of weeks" or something to that effect?) then by the time she came back to life, only a day or two had passed. Did anyone even realize she was gone or that a murder had taken place? I'll have to reread that annual.
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Had to be longer than two days. She was 'killed' during Funeral for a Friend, and was stil presumed dead in the issues following Superman's return. I'm fairly certain everything involving the replacement Superman took much longer than two days.