I do enjoy a good conga line.
I'm also curious to see what others think about the reasoning given by Clark, as shown in Rob's post above:
- "When they do get a look at us, they see us from far away or they're looking up at us from the ground."
- "I just don't think a lof of people imagine we have a life outside the Justice League."
Maybe I need a bigger 'almost,' but I'm not really buying that. If folks in the DCU are much like folks here, then I'd wager they'd be very snoopy. Whether it's sports stars, movie stars, rock stars, or even the President, we love to find every little tidbit of info regarding celebrities life outside of what makes them a celebrity. And the fact that Superman, and the others, stood for a grand photo op. at the end of #6 would mean nearly everyone has seen a close-up of his face.
Add in the fact that this world doesn't really trust them, I think tons of people would be trying to find them to know what they do when they aren't accounted for in public sightings (eg, 'Superman was seen in Iceland helping to stop a volcano').