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"The people of the world give me inner strength beyond comprehension. Their belief, their faith—it inspires me to be a better man. It makes me who I am. Without them…there wouldn’t even be a Superman."

This makes me so happy

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This is the hand of Doomsday’s fabulous cousin.

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Plot twist:  Swamp Thing comes out of this swamp and defeats Brainiac.

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I’m gonna plug Brainiac back into his ship.  That’ll kill him! - Superman Logic.

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Shoulda been called Supergirl: Unbound.

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Lois has super strength as evident by the super-kick she used on that chair.

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Superman going after Brainiac is a metaphor for imperialism and retaliatory terrorist attacks on the west.

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"Kiddo was right…"  WHY WOULD SHE LIE ABOUT A GENOCIDAL PLANET-KILLING ALIEN?!

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Diedrich Bader is the best voice actor.  Perfect casting for Lombard.

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Why are they now shooting at her WHEN SHE’S IN A HELICOPTER?!

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Why are the cops shooting at whoever kidnapped Lois?  They’re gonna kill her!

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I’m gonna live blog as I’m watching Superman: Unbound.

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brianmichaelbendis:

Superman war of the worlds by Michael Lark

MY TWO FAVORITE THINGS!

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Superman 19 is one of the worst representations of a Superman book I’ve ever read.  I don’t know why DC keeps putting Lobdell on books with young characters.  He’s completely out of touch with the youth of today and technology as a whole.  His run on Red Hood and the Outlaws was good, because they were rebooted characters that he had a lot of leniency with, but Superman is the most iconic character on Earth.  He stands for truth, justice and the American way.  He would not ask Supergirl if she was retard (oxygen deprived as a baby) (See H’el on earth).  I get that DC wants to de-age the Justice League characters, but that does not mean to make them half retarded.  Jimmy Olsen has more sense than to ask fucking Wonder Woman “Can I have your babies?”

Aside from Lobdell’s fundamental undertanding of how people actually talk and how these characters should act, why does he need to explain the plot through dialogue.  though bubbles were phased out long ago, but Lobdell is trying to revert back to some Silver Age rediculousness and use them.  Fine.  Use them fucking right.  If you read a lot of early Silver Age and Golden Age books there are caption boxes in panels that explain things directly to the reader via prose.  Why not use those?  I know Clark was hallucinating in that issue and the characters were acting out of character in Clarks mind, YOU DON’T NEED TO TELL ME THAT LOIS LANE ASKING TO MAKE OUT WITH CLARK IS STRANGE!!!

Fuck.

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Superbeard.

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