I'm totally against it, but I'd accept it to a degree if the story is written well and unfolds naturally.
What's with the need to bring the Lois & Clark relationship to this thread, too? It's in the past according to DCnU and doesn't count for recent developments nor has any relation to the Superman/WW couple, right?Originally Posted by kylesgirl
Exactly!!! simple as that, thank you! And since kylesgirl brought it up: Lois had a son (Jason) with Clark in Superman Returns, which means DC allowed it, and some of us felt the movie failed because of a weak script (if written well, the story with Clark & Lois' son could've had potential to be something else). If people want to go into details as to how things would work, well...if there weren't any degree of compatibility between the genetic code of a kryptonian and a human, then hybrid beings like Conner/Superboy wouldn't exist. Of course I'm talking about Conner's esential origins, unless the NU52 already changed the half kryptonian-half human clone angle of his story, and is not part of his origins anymore.Originally Posted by Red Mask
Sadly, I think the same way. And I agree with misslane38 when she says that Superman, Wonder Woman, and Lois Lane are all great role models. Some of us go for the superpowered heroes/heroines when liking a fictional character in comics, some of us like diversity, and some of us go for the underdogs, the normal men and women that try to help and make a difference in the world, without having powers. Even with that, all of them inspire, they try to fight for what they think is right and to protect people. Let's be happy for that variety and enjoy it!!Originally Posted by misslane38
*Totally unrelated: Could somebody tell me if there's any WW comic book for little kids, please? It's just that a couple of weeks ago I bought my little 5 year old niece some issues of the Superman Family Adventures and she loved the books. Now I'm trying to buy some other titles, and I wanted some suggestions (they can be digital too!). Thank you!