eh he's a villain he's supposed to be OP. It's when the heroes are OP that it gets annoying. This sounds like it's the forums nature that brought out the hate. He killed superman no way around that fact
After a couple decades the rich would eventually be able to gain access to it. Creating a class barrier not only social but physically as well. Leading to some serious social problems in any country that doesn't outlaw its use. Obviously military use excluded
Yes. Obviously if we nerf his vulnerability then anyone at his level also gets taken down a notch. I think speed also needs to be dialed back but his invulnerability is really damaging to the writer in a team setting. In some cases it makes no sense to bring other members to a fight there's just way less if no risk to him. I believe a hero should risk himself.
A good example of how boring the invulnerability is was in the JL babel movie. In the beginning the superstrength android Ace of the royal flush gang challenges superman and couldn't even make him flinch. I wanted to see a superstrength throw down but instead the giant android nearly broke his arms on supes face. Later in the movie instead of dealing with a bomb that was going to destroy several city blocks in an interesting way like freeze breath heat vision or throwing it really high in the atmosphere he just holds it in his hands as it explodes. Super Durability is one thing but there's a point it makes the writers struggle to threaten him in a setting where his team mates are still relevant.
Just look at the success of the MCU. Take Thor the most powerful is still vunerable. It works well. In the first avengers when Thor is plummeting to earth in lokis cell he was in serious danger. He had to escape or die. Thor has bled sweat and even lost an eye(although that's an example with a being more powerful). We all know Thor doesn't want to just tank missiles flying at him he would zap em or dodge.
Beings as durable as superman is written need to be bricks or the villains. Bring the heroes to a better level for better consistent stories involving more human characters.
I have nothing against it really I don't but when you say it like this I realized how much the relationships of Scott Summers, Matt Murdock and others have made on them. It be tough for me to relate if they changed their preference