The idea for superman is just boring to me, and it doesn't help much that he makes me think of poorly played paladins.
dbsmith wrote:I'm throwing it out there that they are "boring" because they are a product of their times, and future iterations are still laden down with all their basic simple root ideas, which end up being quite restrictive. I.e. superman, invincible except kryptonite.
Whereas other superheros potentially weren't so restricted and had more room to breathe as characters, perhaps?
ascendingPig wrote:Batman isn't a detective. Oracle is. And he would have been dead ... well, a lot more times than he's already been dead if not for her.
Except modern DCU Superman and All-Star Superman are completely different, and differently dealt with, so that doesn't really help. If anything it just makes it even more obvious how terrible the canon Superman is.And anyone who dislikes Superman should read the All-Star Superman miniseries.
Klapaucius wrote:Batman is my favorite. In a realm of people of gods, demigods, and other super-powered individuals, he got where he is just by wanting it. He can take out anyone in the Justice League, and more or less has (including the whole Prometheus incident). And he's just a regular guy.
And anyone who dislikes Superman should read the All-Star Superman miniseries.
Big Three.Izawwlgood wrote:Heh, ST, you rock my world. But, uh... Green Lantern? The Flash?
Endless Mike wrote:Birthright is not in continuity anymore, either, I believe. "Whatever Happened to Truth, Justice, and the American Way?" is a really good in-continuity Superman story.
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