History TearJerker / Superman

22nd Jan '16 8:34:12 PM Oberoniss
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Kind of a wreck, needs to be rewritten
** . How about Lois Lane's reaction to his death? After he literally dies in her arms she has to soldier on, dealing with the aftermath, never letting on that her fiancÚ is dead. When does she finally break down? When she realizes Jonathan and Martha have lost their son and calls them, the floodgates open. And the Kents! God bless 'em, they immediately realize that Lois needed their support and drop everything to rush to her side. This was the only part of the whole DOS that really moved me, the rest was just a DC publicity stunt.
22nd Jan '16 7:52:45 PM Whiplasherman1
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**. How about Lois Lane's reaction to his death? After he literally dies in her arms she has to soldier on, dealing with the aftermath, never letting on that her fiancÚ is dead. When does she finally break down? When she realizes Jonathan and Martha have lost their son and calls them, the floodgates open. And the Kents! God bless 'em, they immediately realize that Lois needed their support and drop everything to rush to her side. This was the only part of the whole DOS that really moved me, the rest was just a DC publicity stunt.
25th Dec '15 7:53:54 PM nombretomado
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* The ''original'' 1961 "Death Of {{Superman}}" [[WhatIf Imaginary Story]] by Superman's co-creator Jerry Siegel is an enormous tear-jerker by early SilverAge standards. * Nearly '''everything''' involving Golden Age(aka the ''original'') Superman of Earth-2 in ''InfiniteCrisis'', especially [[spoiler:Lois' death and his own death.]]
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* The ''original'' 1961 "Death Of {{Superman}}" [[WhatIf Imaginary Story]] by Superman's co-creator Jerry Siegel is an enormous tear-jerker by early SilverAge [[UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks Silver Age]] standards. * Nearly '''everything''' involving Golden Age(aka Age (aka the ''original'') Superman of Earth-2 in ''InfiniteCrisis'', ''ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis'', especially [[spoiler:Lois' death and his own death.]]
3rd Nov '15 8:33:33 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheDeathOfSuperman'': The entire ending of the fight between Supes and Doomsday, where you suddenly realize that the Man of Steel ''knows'' that he might not survive this, and still keeps on fighting. Then when they both drop dead, you're subjected to 4 straight pages (2 of them double spreads) of every person whose seen the fight starts breaking out into tears. Anyone who read the comic did too. And the flag made from Superman's torn cape was just extra incentive for the water works.
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* ''TheDeathOfSuperman'': ''ComicBook/TheDeathOfSuperman'': The entire ending of the fight between Supes and Doomsday, where you suddenly realize that the Man of Steel ''knows'' that he might not survive this, and still keeps on fighting. Then when they both drop dead, you're subjected to 4 straight pages (2 of them double spreads) of every person whose seen the fight starts breaking out into tears. Anyone who read the comic did too. And the flag made from Superman's torn cape was just extra incentive for the water works.
21st Oct '15 11:38:34 AM StFan
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* ''SupermanBatman'' #76. Every damn page of it. The issue is from the viewpoint of Superman as he deals with the death of Bruce Wayne. The most touching moment is when Superman is talking to Wonder Woman. Clark is discussing how they'll outlive everyone they know and how they're higher beings. Diana stops him, telling him that no matter how he wants to rationalize it, he's just a man grieving for a lost friend.
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* ''SupermanBatman'' ''ComicBook/SupermanBatman'''' #76. Every damn page of it. The issue is from the viewpoint of Superman as he deals with the death of Bruce Wayne. The most touching moment is when Superman is talking to Wonder Woman. Clark is discussing how they'll outlive everyone they know and how they're higher beings. Diana stops him, telling him that no matter how he wants to rationalize it, he's just a man grieving for a lost friend.
31st Jul '15 5:59:42 PM HeroGal2347
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* TearJerker/TheBlackRing
25th Jul '15 8:40:20 PM ultimomant
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25th Jul '15 8:28:44 PM ultimomant
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* TearJerker/BatmanVSupermanDawnOfJustice
25th Mar '15 12:03:52 PM iowaforever
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** One of the most heartwrenching versions is possibly the one shown in the 90's animated series. It includes a scene with Kara's father, one of the most outspoken skeptics against Jor-El's theory, which is implied to be heavily influenced by his dislike for his son in law. Leaving the house, he sees the rocket carrying baby Kal-El leave the planet, just as another earthquake begins, which finally hammers home to the old man that Jor-El was right.
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** One of the most heartwrenching versions is possibly the one shown in the 90's animated series. It includes a scene with Kara's Lara's father, one of the most outspoken skeptics against Jor-El's theory, which is implied to be heavily influenced by his dislike for his son in law. Leaving the house, he sees the rocket carrying baby Kal-El leave the planet, just as another earthquake begins, which finally hammers home to the old man that Jor-El was right.

--> '''Zor-El''': No... the last one.
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--> '''Zor-El''': '''Lor-Van''': No... the last one.
2nd Feb '15 3:58:34 PM fruitstripegum
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