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#1  Edited By negamegas

@zombiemowlcher: I was just pointing out the popular misconception, that's all.

Also I hear Supes did fight alongside with DC's Thor for a long period of time (hundreds of years maybe?) in Valhalla while fighting demons. I myself didn't know this but Death Battle mentioned it and that's why I brought it up.

So yeah being a good person and a warrior, Supes sure as hell should be worthy to life Mjolnir.

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@zombiemowlcher:

Nah, that's a popular misconception.

When I read the comics specifically the return of Superman the eradicator made a specific mention that he was indeed dead. Then in a world without superman, while I haven't read it yet, we see Superman in the after life or so I would assume and let's not forget Blackest Night where Superman became a black lantern and he was a special case along with some others because they've died before and came back and they specfically mention this as well that it was from the death of superman storyline that made it happen.

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@flashrobin: Yep, a Movieverse where we still won't see their flagship character in for another 10 to 20 years. :D

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Well the question is do their healing factors counter act parasites as it does with viruses and disease. If so, then there's you answer.

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#5  Edited By negamegas

Oh there's a lot I'd do, first off demote Joe Quesada is a janitor, remove Jeph Loeb from the television department, Cancel Avengers Assembles and revive EMHs, and so much much more.

OMD's actions being dealt with will definitely happen but not only that, I will make EVERYONE at Marvel write an apology letter to DC for all the crap they've given them and I'll force Joe Quesada to give a 20 Page apology to DC too.

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It's bad but it's a guilty pleasure for me.

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Superman mainly because I prefer him over the other plus while I would love having energy beams coming out of my hands, Heat vision and the rest of Superman's powers is the next best thing.

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So when the new 52 happened 2 years ago, we got to see a big revival of once thought dead comic franchises like Aquaman, Hawkman, and so on and so fourth. In the same year we also got to see the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles get a new comic revival as well and Image Comics did their own revival around the time of the new 52 which I'm told is successful.

But like the New 52, not all the title revivals are good so tell me which revival of a long dead series(I say it has to be 2 or 3 years dead) do you feel just didn't live up to what it could of been or just disappointed you.

I can't really comment on the New 52 yet as I haven't really read any of the Titles save for Justice League but with that said, I can think of at least one title revival that had A TON of Potential and Really had me hyped up only to get disappointed at such a waste of potential it was. This title for me was Image Comics' Supreme title that was revived last year by Erik Larsen and started off with the last Alan Moore script before Erik took over. Now let it be known that I am a fan of Erik and I really dig his Savage Dragon series though it's been a while since I've read them and is taking FOREVER for that Ultimate Collection Hardcover to hit print but now I'm getting off topic here. I am also a huge fan of Alan Moore, it's either him or Geoff Johns are my favorite writer in comics and I absolutely ADORE his Supreme run and is my favorite work of his with his Swamp Thing Run coming a close second. Right well when news came about that the series was getting revived, I was ecstatic and I was told Image has been doing a good job reviving these titles that were once cancelled and it was being written by someone I liked so how could it go wrong? Well Issue 63 or 64, whichever the Moore script was started out good but then after that it all went down hill and sadly got cancelled. Larsen advertised the series as a balance of the Moore stuff and the EXTREME stuff that was very BLECK and I was like "Okay, I can deal with this." but as soon as you get to the Non-Moore stuff, it shows why it's bad. It's a flat out betrayal to say the least as it's not a balance that we were told about but rather an in-balance with the EXTREMENESS out weighing the Moore stuff. Not to mention there was unnecessary killing off characters from the Moore series in a very disrespectful way and then some plus there were A LOT of out of character moments in the book and it just sucks so much. I'm really disappointed in this series as I was hoping that not only would the character be revived in a proper manner and be brought back in the spot light but I was also hoping we would see enough interest generated that we would see a new printing of the Alan Moore collections AND the reprints look quality would of been improved over the mehness of what we got from checker books.

So with my ramblings aside, which revival series of a character or franchise were you disappointed with?

OH! I just thought of another one but I'll let this King of the Something rest until later.

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A bit yes but at the same time no.

While I'm disappointed that WB hasn't taken full advantage of the DC Library, I still like what we've gotten recently. Yes, I liked the Green Lantern film and felt it was underrated and really don't get the hate for it. Plus I don't like it how Cartoon Network which I think is owned by WB, cancelled some great shows (Young Justice and Green Lantern the animated series) and replaced them with a probably mediocre show(Teen Titans Go!) course this is probably more CN's call then WB but you get the reason for my hate.

That said people forget something though: WB has been REALLY Good when it comes to putting out all the old shows/movies of their DC properties for the most part. I mean think about it, We've gotten the Superman Film Serials, The New Adventures of Superman, Superboy, and Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman on DVD released in FULL! Plus let's not forget their various Animated DC Shows they've released on DVD through the years. The Superman Theatrical Cartoons(They're public Domain but they're the best versions of them out there), The New Adventures of Superman(Though there's still some missing episodes as it's not fully released yet), The Filmation DC shows, The Filmation Batman show, Aquaman's filmation show, All of the Super Friends shows, That 80's Superman animated show, and let's not forget of course The Bruce Timm Universe has been released in full on DVD too! Sure there's the other half of The New Adventures of Superman that hasn't been released, The Adventures of Superboy cartoon that hasn't been released either due to the rights battle at the time, Probably the same with the Filmation Batman show, and the other 90's/2000's DC shows that haven't been released on DVD like Static Shock and Legion of Superheroes but when it comes to those home releases, they've been more then generous when it comes to those releases as opposed to Disney/Bueno Vista with their release of the Marvel shows they've done. Like really, where the bloody hell are the rest of the Spider-Man shows and their release? Plus what about Hulk, Silver Surfer, the Hanna Barbara Fantastic Four, The Marvel Super Heroes Hour, Avengers United they Stand, Spider-Woman, the various other Fantastic Four shows, and the Thing's show as well?

See that's Disney's weak spot yet WB's strong point, I mean hell has any of you checked out WB's Treatment of Tarzan? As a Tarzan fanatic I must say I'm surprised how well WB has handled their Tarzan related stuff as they're releasing not only the various Tarzan movies on DVD and let me tell you there is A LOT but also releasing some of the various television shows as well. NEVER would I expect that to happen and yet here we are.

So in conclusion, while WB may be handling their DC properties poorly when it comes to their big screen debut as in they're not using DC to it's full potential, when it comes to everything else for the most part on television then they're doing a good job save for some recent things. But when it comes to the home media release of their shows, they pretty much DESTROY Disney/Bueno Vista when it comes to this and I wish Disney/BV would take notes on this.