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rc

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swmcbf

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Subj: Re: Question for the board.
Posted: Thu Jul 21, 2011 at 08:30:16 pm EDT (Viewed 109 times)
Reply Subj: Question for the board.
Posted: Thu Jul 21, 2011 at 08:10:43 pm EDT (Viewed 149 times)

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I remember a post where I talked about starting Superman over for the 21st century and some things D.C. might consider.#1 was Superman being single and exploring those new relationships.Beyond that I really didnt have any concrete ideas except that maybe it was time to move forward without being tied to the past.I want to point out that I wasnt the only or even the first one on the board to say things in that nature so this is not a grab for credit.Now that D.C. is doing some of these things(temporary is my guess)I am wondering why they decided to do it only half way?As a casual fan I am not as vested in Superman as many of you but it just seems strange the way Superman has been treated since the 90s origin and power wise.I know its a no win situation when you start messing around with iconic charaters like Superman.Some want the traditional stuff to be the bedrock,while others say nothing new can be done after 70+ years.So after that long winded intro heres my question.What do the Superman fans want to see as the mythos goes forward?With an eye to the future what do you keep?What do you change and in ten years where does he stand as icon?Just curious and this is the place to hear from hard core to casual Supe fans.

In ten years, the heirs of Siegel and Shuster will celebrate their ninth anniversary of saving Superman from DC Comics, is my hope and guess.

Power wise, he'll be tossing planets around, and if I continue to cozy up to ...

Oh, wait. I shouldn't talk about that just yet.

_rc


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