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So quick question would you as fans of dc movies actually go see a calvin ellis superman movie? i mean its superman sure but outside of a basic summary what would the story truly be? would this bomb idea wise or would this start a whole new franchise? im genuinlally curious (however you spell that) what other fans would think
We've seen a LOT of Batmen, weather it be speedsters or vampires, and some of them go unspoken for years. That's why I would like to take this time to discuss some Alternate Batmen that deserve to appear in Death Metal.
1: Superman: Speeding Bullets
Kal-El may be powerful, but he can be taken down by Bruce Wayne. But what if Kal-El WAS Bruce Wayne?
Granted, he eventual stared calling himself Superman, but I'd like to see an evil version of him still going by Batman.
Maybe one who killed the Joker and got infected with the joker toxin?
2: Dark Claw
It won't happen, but what if it did?
My friend Luke Cage Bass Fishing and I will be heading this new series!
THE TIME JIMMY OLSEN WAS MARCO POLO
In Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen #157, Jimmy is blasted by the Star of Cathay, a diamond owned by Kublai Khan and taken back in time, trandforming into Marco Polo. Jimmy is unable to tell which world is a dream- his life as Polo or as Olsen. In the end, he decides that Jimmy Olsen is his false identity, as Superman can't possibly be real. However, in his life as Polo, there is a djinn named Kurol who possesses similar powers, so Jimmy STILL can't tell. Later, in issue #163 (the series finale) Jimmy becomes Polo again! As it turns out, Jimmy is actually a reincarnation of Polo. (And Spartacus!)
Tune in next time for THE TIME LOIS LANE WAS A BLACK WOMAN!
I've seen a lot of people saying they hate John Byrne, or at least they hate what he's done to certain characters. Recently I read many of his post-crisis Superman comics, and I can't say they are bad. So my question is why do so many people hate Byrne? Is it because of something he wrote or something he said?
So in the new 52 run its no secret that superman honestly kinda sucked however one of the bright spots was the men of tomorrow storyline.
For those that do not know the storyline is where an earth child (goes by the name Ulysses) is sent off to another dimension due to his parents believing earth is gonna be destroyed he get powers very similar to superman's and when he finally arrives on earth which he believed to be destroyed (not trying to spoil things any farther i recommend the read though highly enjoyable)
My question is Would this ever work in a animated setting or even a live action setting and how would they go about the story?
Why After Almost A Century We didn't see DC Characters Combining With Wrestling World I'm Not Mean Like The Undertaker Vs Batman No Absolutely No I Mean DC Characters Use The Wrestling Moves For Example Superman Have The Spear And Super Punch And Batman Have The Dark Kick And Darkseid Have The Tombstone Piledriver Or Called Tombstone Apokolips That's Will Fantastic Idea Do You Agree With Me
In my country comıcs come out much slower. And the rights are divided between three companies. My problem is one of these companies decided to release Doomsday Clock early (I think they wanted to get it out of the way before Metal) but the company with the rights to superman hasn't even released Superman:Reeborn. ı'm asking you is Superman:Reborn directly referenced or spoiled in Doomsday Clock. Should I wait for Reborn to release before reading DC.
What do you think? (No spoilers for both of the books please)