History YMMV / ForTheManWhoHasEverything

12th Aug '16 2:19:52 PM BatmanKalEl
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* FridgeHorror: The fact that Superman's dream world takes place back on Krypton is really a TearJerker if you think about it. The Black Mercy is said to show a person their greatest desire...doesn't that mean that, subconsciously, he really wishes he'd never come to Earth and met the people he knows here?



* NightmareFuel: Jor-El as the chairman of the Sword of Rao and Mongul's heart's desire. Attenuated by the fact that it is AllJustADream.

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* NightmareFuel: Jor-El as the chairman of the Sword of Rao and Mongul's heart's desire. Attenuated by the fact that it is AllJustADream.AllJustADream.

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3rd Apr '16 9:24:54 PM HeroGal2347
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* FridgeHorror: The fact that Superman's dream world takes place back on Krypton is really a TearJerker if you think about it. The Black Mercy is said to show a person their greatest desire...doesn't that mean that, subconsciously, he really wishes he'd never come to Earth and met the people he knows here?



* NightmareFuel: Jor-El as the chairman of the Sword of Rao and Mongul's heart's desire. Attenuated by the fact that it is AllJustADream.
* TearJerker: Superman saying goodbye to his fictional son, in both versions.
** The look on young Bruce's face as his illusion-world is shattered in the televised version. It ends with his dad being shot.

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* NightmareFuel: Jor-El as the chairman of the Sword of Rao and Mongul's heart's desire. Attenuated by the fact that it is AllJustADream.
* TearJerker: Superman saying goodbye to his fictional son, in both versions.
** The look on young Bruce's face as his illusion-world is shattered in the televised version. It ends with his dad being shot.
AllJustADream.
15th Feb '16 6:26:50 PM drac0blade
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** The look on young Bruce's face as his illusion-world is shattered. Punctuated in the televised version, where it ends with his dad being shot.

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** The look on young Bruce's face as his illusion-world is shattered. Punctuated shattered in the televised version, where it version. It ends with his dad being shot.
6th Nov '15 12:21:43 AM jarxon6
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** The look on young Bruce's face as his illusion-world is shattered.

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** The look on young Bruce's face as his illusion-world is shattered. Punctuated in the televised version, where it ends with his dad being shot.
23rd Jan '15 6:28:58 PM Anicomicgeek
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* CompleteMonster: [[UsefulNotes/TheBronzeAgeOfComicBooks Bronze Age]] Mongul I confirms his position as such in this story, with his brutal beatdown of Wonder Woman, psychological torture of Superman, and general attitude. See the {{Superman}} YMMV page for more details.

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* CompleteMonster: [[UsefulNotes/TheBronzeAgeOfComicBooks Bronze Age]] Mongul I confirms his position as such in this story, with his brutal beatdown of Wonder Woman, psychological torture of Superman, and general attitude. See the {{Superman}} YMMV Franchise/{{Superman}} [[YMMV/{{Superman}} YMMV]] page for more details.
30th Nov '14 1:11:15 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* CompleteMonster: BronzeAge Mongul I confirms his position as such in this story, with his brutal beatdown of Wonder Woman, psychological torture of Superman, and general attitude. See the {{Superman}} YMMV page for more details.

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* CompleteMonster: BronzeAge [[UsefulNotes/TheBronzeAgeOfComicBooks Bronze Age]] Mongul I confirms his position as such in this story, with his brutal beatdown of Wonder Woman, psychological torture of Superman, and general attitude. See the {{Superman}} YMMV page for more details.
11th Jun '14 7:45:57 PM VeryMelon
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* AdaptationDistillation: The JLU version cuts Robin and gives his awesome moments to Wonder Woman. It also makes Superman's dream happier and closer to what one might imagine his dreams would be. (The changed focus of the dream also makes sense in terms of the contrast between the Pre-Crisis Superman of the comic heavily steeped in his Kryptonian heritage, who always considered Superman/Kal-El his "true self" and Clark Kent a mere mask and the Post-Crisis Superman of the cartoon raised as human who considers himself Clark Kent first.)
13th Nov '13 3:56:30 AM Leaper
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* AdaptationDistillation: The JLU version cuts Robin and gives his awesome moments to Wonder Woman. It also makes Superman's dream happier and closer to what one might imagine his dreams would be.

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* AdaptationDistillation: The JLU version cuts Robin and gives his awesome moments to Wonder Woman. It also makes Superman's dream happier and closer to what one might imagine his dreams would be. (The changed focus of the dream also makes sense in terms of the contrast between the Pre-Crisis Superman of the comic heavily steeped in his Kryptonian heritage, who always considered Superman/Kal-El his "true self" and Clark Kent a mere mask and the Post-Crisis Superman of the cartoon raised as human who considers himself Clark Kent first.)
7th Nov '13 3:08:59 PM AmbarSonofDeshar
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* CompleteMonster: Mongul I confirms his position as such in this story, with his brutal beatdown of Wonder Woman, psychological torture of Superman, and general attitude. See the {{Superman}} YMMV page for more details.

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* CompleteMonster: BronzeAge Mongul I confirms his position as such in this story, with his brutal beatdown of Wonder Woman, psychological torture of Superman, and general attitude. See the {{Superman}} YMMV page for more details.
1st Jul '13 11:07:52 AM astrakhan
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* AdaptationDistillation: The JLU version cuts Robin and gives his awesome moments to Wonder Woman. It also makes Superman's dream happier and closer to what one might imagine his dreams would be.
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