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    Default Does anyone want to see more new52 Superman smallville years?



    I was kind of disappointed when it looked like issue 0 isn't about this new version of Superboy and the Kents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Let's Kill Hitler View Post


    I was kind of disappointed when it looked like issue 0 isn't about this new version of Superboy and the Kents.

    Honestly I think they should just sprinkle them in there every once in a while. I like the ambiguous nature of that time.

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    Only if they actually impact on the character and are written by Grant (or with his oversight). I'd hate to see them used as filler- like a whole issue with no point or random scenes to fill out the page count.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Let's Kill Hitler View Post



    I was kind of disappointed when it looked like issue 0 isn't about this new version of Superboy and the Kents.
    Sure. It would be fun - especially in Grant's hands.
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    That sounds it would make a fun ongoing with the right creative team. I'd buy that.

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    Sure. Why not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by witchboy View Post
    That sounds it would make a fun ongoing with the right creative team. I'd buy that.
    I'm not sure how much you could do with an ongoing. I got the impression that Brainiac was Superman's first encounter with anything sci-fi or cosmic in nature. How long could you sustain a comic of 10 year old Superman helping out local farmers?

    It's just something I'd like to get at least an issue of in Action Comics. Plus I want to see more of prankster Jonathan Kent.

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