History FanFic / TheLastSon

22nd Jun '16 4:49:05 PM FoxBluereaver
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** Played more straight with Edward Kelly, who unlike his outright anti-mutant depiction in ''X-Men: Evolution'', he was very divided on his views on mutants, but eventually adopted a more tolerable stance due to being basically influenced from having been saved several times by Superman. However, his brother Robert "Bob" Kelly filled his role.
** Also Lex Luthor of all people, who was friends with Superman, Green Arrow, Flash and Cyborg in Smallville, and serves as sort of an analogue to the Justice League of America's mascot/collective sidekick Snapper Carr. [[spoiler: Sadly that might be coming to an end.]]



** [[spoiler: Noram is the "son" of Namor and is spliced with Lemuria genes, and created by Attuma and Doctor Doom. Like Namor, he is attracted to pretty blondes who are already in a established relationship, specifically Alison Blaire.]]

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** [[spoiler: Noram is the "son" of Namor and is spliced with Lemuria Lemurian genes, and created by Attuma and Doctor Doom. Like Namor, he is attracted to pretty blondes who are already in a established relationship, specifically Alison Blaire.]]
20th Jun '16 9:31:32 PM Cheapsunglasses
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* AdaptationalHeroism: "Heroism" is too strong a word, but unlike his comic book self, Stryker did not murder his wife after she gave birth to a mutant son, Jason. Rather, he sent Jason to Xavier's school to be "cured" of his mutation (a nod towards his film self), and his wife later gave birth to a perfectly human daughter, whom Stryker actually cared about. Both were [[MindRape Mind Raped]] into committing suicide by Jason, with his daughter ''gnawing at her wrists until she bled to death''! This act caused Stryker's FantasticRacism to erupt like a volcano. So, while he's still a racist prick, he at least has a more or less sympathetic backstory.
14th Apr '16 8:43:53 PM Angeldeb82
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[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/3310696/1/The_Last_Son_Book_Two_Reckonings Part 2]] expands the character roster considerably and sets up the formation of the Franchise/{{Justice League|of America}}. It also introduces Superman's LoveInterest ('''NOT''' Lois Lane). The plot diverges considerably from ''X-Men: Evolution'' at the climax of this part. The primary villain here is Doctor Doom but other villains have an impact as well.

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[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/3310696/1/The_Last_Son_Book_Two_Reckonings Part 2]] expands the character roster considerably and sets up the formation of the Franchise/{{Justice League|of America}}. It also introduces Superman's LoveInterest {{Love Interest|s}} ('''NOT''' Lois Lane). The plot diverges considerably from ''X-Men: Evolution'' at the climax of this part. The primary villain here is Doctor Doom but other villains have an impact as well.



In case you haven't figured it out yet, this fic is MASSIVE. It contains over 1,506,103 words and the author has recently begun [[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/8462837/1/The-Last-Son-Book-Four-Destinies part]] ''[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/8462837/1/The-Last-Son-Book-Four-Destinies 4]]''. The long read is worth it for the various [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome Crowning Moments of Awesome]], though early books are criticised for the overpowered Superman and [[TheScrappy the love interest]]. Now it has a [[http://thelastson.wikia.com/wiki/The_Last_Son_Wiki wiki]]

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In case you haven't figured it out yet, this fic is MASSIVE. It contains over 1,506,103 words and the author has recently begun [[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/8462837/1/The-Last-Son-Book-Four-Destinies part]] ''[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/8462837/1/The-Last-Son-Book-Four-Destinies 4]]''. The long read is worth it for the various [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome Crowning Moments of Awesome]], though early books are criticised for the overpowered Superman and [[TheScrappy the love interest]]. Now it has a [[http://thelastson.wikia.com/wiki/The_Last_Son_Wiki wiki]]



* EagleLand: The more political-relations with superheroes always center around in the US; it is sort of justified as most of the world's mutant populations are commonly found in the U.S. and by extent North America. Subverted when the entire planet is involved in the intergalactic community and becomes a United Nations matter.

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* EagleLand: {{Eagleland}}: The more political-relations with superheroes always center around in the US; it is sort of justified as most of the world's mutant populations are commonly found in the U.S. and by extent North America. Subverted when the entire planet is involved in the intergalactic community and becomes a United Nations matter.


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* InvincibleHero: A criticism leveled at Superman, and justifiably. He doesn't meet a real challenge until he goes up against [[spoiler: General Zod]].
12th Apr '16 11:31:35 PM Donquill
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* AwesomeButImpractical: The ''second'' reason why Superman doesn't want to share his technology. Besides the fact that Kryptonian tech hasn't run on electricity in a ''long'' time, even ''if'' they could get around that with an adapter or something, they would take ''way'' too much power to practically use.

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* AwesomeButImpractical: The ''second'' reason why Superman doesn't want to share his technology. Besides the fact that Kryptonian tech hasn't run on electricity in a ''long'' time, even ''if'' they could get around that with an adapter or something, they would take ''way'' too much power to practically use. If the US was given even ''one'' cannons defending the Fortress (admittedly power-guzzlers even by Kryptonian standards), they would have to redirect the ''entire'' power grid for ''one'' shot, and to fire a few more would require draining (and frying from the strain in the process) the ''rest'' of the world's grid.
30th Jan '16 8:15:40 PM TitoMosquito
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* SpacePolice: Lar Gand is a constable of the Galactic Space Police Force.



* TeamUpSeries: Superman and the X-Men usually team-up with other superheroes. By book 3, it becomes a regular occurrence, especially the Justice League and the X-Men working alongside.

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* TeamUpSeries: Superman and the X-Men usually team-up with other superheroes. By book Book 3, it becomes a regular occurrence, especially the Justice League and the X-Men working alongside.
16th Jan '16 6:33:51 PM nombretomado
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* CreatorCameo: In Book Four, Clark Kent's superintendent is introduce as [[StanLee Stanley "Stan" Lehman]].

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* CreatorCameo: In Book Four, Clark Kent's superintendent is introduce as [[StanLee [[Creator/StanLee Stanley "Stan" Lehman]].
27th Nov '15 8:10:44 AM FoxBluereaver
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* CapeBusters: By Book Four, [[GovernmentConspiracy Project: Cadmus]] seems to be leading into this, recruiting people with questionable backgrounds, and focusing their efforts more on Superman and his allies than any of the other active threats.
13th Nov '15 12:29:53 PM FoxBluereaver
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* AntiKryptoniteSuit: In Book One, Superman creates a space suit composed of nanomachines to go on outerspace missions. Starting on Book Two, he repurposes it so it can protect him from Kryptonite radiation.


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* KryptoniteIsEverywhere: [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]]. It seems that most of the Kryptonite that fell in Kansas with Superman's arrival was destroyed, but several of the villains still managed to get their hands in a fair amount of it to cause trouble. [[spoiler: S.H.I.E.L.D. confiscated enough of it to load a nuclear missile with it, which they planned to use to kill Zod (as well as Superman) during the climax of Book Three.]]
* KryptoniteProofSuit: In Book One, Superman creates a space suit composed of nanomachines to go on outerspace missions. Starting on Book Two, he repurposes it so it can protect him from Kryptonite radiation.
13th Nov '15 12:23:08 PM FoxBluereaver
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* AntiKryptoniteSuit: In Book One, Superman creates a space suit composed of nanomachines to go on outerspace missions. Starting on Book Two, he repurposes it so it can protect him from Kryptonite radiation.



** Played straight when local JerkJock and [[TheBully bully]] Duncan Matthews tries to punch Superman...and breaks his hand in the process. Becomes something of a BrickJoke when he and his father whine about it [[NeverMyFault as if it was Superman's fault]] at every opportunity, while the people around them just laugh and rightly put the blame on Duncan for his arrogance and stupidity.

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** Played straight when local JerkJock and [[TheBully bully]] Duncan Matthews tries to punch Superman... and breaks his hand in the process. Becomes something of a BrickJoke when he and his father whine about it [[NeverMyFault as if it was Superman's fault]] at every opportunity, while the people around them just laugh and rightly put the blame on Duncan for his arrogance and stupidity.



* ContinuityNod: In the one-shot "A Day at the Mall with Superman", [[spoiler: Jens Masterson [[HeartwarmingMoments properly thanks Superman for saving her]] from General Zod]].

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* ContinuityNod: In the one-shot "A Day at the Mall with Superman", [[spoiler: Jens Jen Masterson [[HeartwarmingMoments properly thanks Superman for saving her]] from General Zod]].


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* ForScience: Pretty much the sole motivation for Dr. Mary Storm. Her son and daughter are not amused.


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* RelatedInTheAdaptation: Aquaman is the cousin of Namor and Namorita. There's also [[spoiler: Black Canary, Siryn, and Banshee who are all half-siblings.]]
24th Oct '15 7:40:22 PM TitoMosquito
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* GoodRepublicEvilEmpire: The Shi'ar Republic and {{The Remnant}}s of the Shi'ar Empire.
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