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Subj: Re: I have to hand it to JMS...
Posted: Tue Aug 02, 2011 at 07:41:41 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Superman #713
Posted: Wed Jul 13, 2011 at 10:49:33 am EDT (Viewed 290 times)

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Now i have heard everything. Superman depressed!?!

What was it that Jor-El said in Superman The Movie, to paraphrase," They have great potential, but lack the light to show them the way."

After reading this little blurb, sure why not, GIVE UP!!!
BTW, who is writing this trash? Answer: JM Stracynski!
Let's see, Supes gave up his American citizenship. Now he is giving up Superman altogether. Hmm, well, why not give the suit and cape to the idiot in the white house! 3 strikes and you are out of here!!!!

If i were so inclined to be all excited about the DCnU, this would turn me OFF completely. Why would i want to read such depressing material. Where's the gun at? Referencing another Richard Donner movie, " Put it in your mouth!"

I wonder, what next? Wonder woman running a house of ill-repute!
Batman secretly embezzling money or stealing from the rich and saying he will give to the poor, but not doing it?

He did a great job of ruining Spider-man who I thought was the best superhero ever. He'd been on the book for years and obviously wasn't a fit, so he and the powers that be over there decided to just kamikaze that thing into the ground. They promised readers everything. I mean, everything. They even promised Aunt May would die (again) despite the fact that she had already had a good death. They refused to pay off (in my opinion) any of those promises and I think the book is terrible because of it. Only if you have never read Spider-man before could you really enjoy it. He and the Marvel powers told fans they had everything for them. They actually hyped up a story where everyone in the world found out who Spider-man was in those two years. It was nothing. A few pages here and there and it was an abysmal joke. New powers. New Costume. Spider-man does whatever the big event wants him to do and loses his identity as a character. It was the worst thing I'd ever read in a Marvel comic.

Then DC hires him to work on THEIR biggest hero. HOw do you get hired based on the material he put out in those last two years?

I can only imagine the magic he's been doing on Superman.

Still angry? yes.

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