History Awesome / Superman

24th Sep '16 8:11:47 AM Tron80
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* ''Awesome/SupermanLoisAndClark''
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* ''Awesome/LexLuthor''
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* ''Awesome/ForTheManWhoHasEverything''



* ''Awesome/Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}''

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* ''Awesome/Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}''''Awesome/{{Supergirl}}''
19th Sep '16 5:14:30 AM Tron80
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* ''Awesome/TheDeathOfClarkKent''



** ''Awesome/Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}''
*** ''Awesome/ElseworldsFinestSupergirlAndBatgirl''
*** ''Awesome/RedDaughterOfKrypton''
*** ''Awesome/SupergirlRebirth''

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** * ''Awesome/Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}''
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*** ** ''Awesome/RedDaughterOfKrypton''
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* ''Awesome/TheDeathOfClarkKent''
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** ''Awesome/Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}''
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*** ''Awesome/RedDaughterOfKrypton''
*** ''Awesome/SupergirlRebirth''
3rd Sep '16 12:35:17 AM Tron80
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* In DC Comics Presents issue #29, Silver Age Superman is trying to find ''Comicbook/{{Supergirl}}'', who has just gone missing. He flies so fast than he ''breaks'' the bounds of ''reality'' and is stopped by ''ComicBook/TheSpectre''. Superman tries to fight him but The Spectre completely {{No Sell}}s his power -Silver Age Superman's power!- before teaching Superman a lesson about power and responsibility and help him find Kara. Oh, and ''{{God}}'', -yes, God!- [[http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-gFnnrVDIjZY/Tp2cgi8yrHI/AAAAAAAAND8/BEZ235eKhcE/s1600/dccp+29-09.jpg talks to Superman]] and calls him "a good and faithful son".



* ''Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow'': "[[BerserkButton You hurt]] '''''[[BerserkButton LANA]]'''?!''"

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* ''Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow'': ''Comicbook/WhateverHappenedToTheManOfTomorrow'': "[[BerserkButton You hurt]] '''''[[BerserkButton LANA]]'''?!''"
30th Jul '16 6:39:19 AM Quietomega
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* In ''Superman: Rebirth'' #1, you get to see Doug Mahnke's interpretation of ComicBook/{{Superman}}'s battle with Doomsday from ''ComicBook/TheDeathOfSuperman''. The artwork is ''awesome'', seeing a new talented artist depict the iconic scene. It doesn't hurt Superman is wearing his classic costume. Even Mullet!Superman looks great.
* From Action Comics #957 (the beginning of the "Path of Doom" arc): Clark, Lois and Jon are moving into the suburbs around Metropolis when Jon points out Lex Luthor announcing himself as the new Superman on TV. Clark's immediate response? Shave off his beard, put on his suit, and fly to the city, saying "Metropolis needs a ''real'' Superman."
* In ''Superman'' #2, [[spoiler: Jon is showing his chops as the future Superboy with him blasting a monster's mind control device and even scorching his dad a tad. Even at half his dad's level, he is still plenty powerful. Jon also busts out his Superboy costume, and it's a great variation of the post-Crisis Superboy outfit.]]
3rd Jul '16 7:21:48 PM SirSapphire
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* ''The Adventures of Superman'' had a story called "The Sound of One Hand Clapping" which is nothing but an extended conversation between Comicbook/TheJoker and Superman. Joker tries to berate Superman with many of the same complaints that Batman Fanboys gripe about (his personality is dull, his costume is lame, his vast powers make him boring) while threatening Metropolis with hidden bombs only for Superman to grow bored with his complaining, find the bombs in the blink of an eye, toss them back at the Joker and boot him out of Metropolis, under pain of death. [[spoiler: It was all a test set up by Batman to see if Superman would compromise on his morals. One that he apparently "failed" [[InsaneTrollLogic by even threatening to kill the Joker to make him leave.]] The story ends with Superman viciously tearing into Batman, telling him that he doesn't owe him anything, and Bruce doesn't know everything and isn't always right.]] The best part is when Superman [[ActuallyPrettyFunny allows himself a laugh]] in the last panel at the Joker's quip "In Gotham we all shop at Hot Topic."
15th Jun '16 5:51:32 AM narm00
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* ''[[ComicBook/{{Convergence}} Convergence: Superman]]'' is dedicated to how show awesome Superman and Lois are:

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* ''[[ComicBook/{{Convergence}} Convergence: Superman]]'' is dedicated to showing how show awesome Superman and Lois are:
15th Jun '16 3:18:39 AM generalzod39
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* In ''Action Comics'' v1 #0, when Conduit tried to kill everyone Clark loved and Clark finally found his hideout, the opening page has Superman facing a roomful of goons with high tech weapons and the titular villain. Conduit then says that Superman should "beware, this facility is lead-lined to restrict the use of your x-ray vision, is filled with hundreds of agents specifically trained with you in mind, each has kryptonite based weaponry in addition to 250 agents specially trained in psychic warfare."
** Superman's response "Sounds fair!" The battle happens off-page and the narration says it takes less than two and a half minutes. Cue to Superman in a room full of unconscious agents and not even breathing hard while looking for Conduit.

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* In ''Action Comics'' v1 #0, when Conduit tried to kill everyone Clark loved and Clark finally found his hideout, the opening page has Superman facing a roomful of goons with high tech weapons and the titular villain. Conduit then says that Superman should "beware, this facility is lead-lined to restrict the use of your x-ray vision, is filled with hundreds of agents specifically trained with you in mind, each has kryptonite based weaponry in addition to 250 agents specially trained in psychic warfare."
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Superman's response response? "Sounds fair!" The ensuing battle happens off-page and the narration says it takes less than two and a half minutes. Cue to Superman in a room full of unconscious agents and not even breathing hard while looking for Conduit.
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