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    Too...many...cool...stories!

    Quote Originally Posted by WilliamMcGuire View Post
    The 90's is probably the easiest decade, it's Time and Time Again and not a lot else, to be honest.
    I love the triangle era, but "not a lot else"? Morrison JLA? Kingdom Come? JLA: The Nail? Red Son? Secret Identity? Superman Adventures?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lexrules View Post
    Yes, because this was written by Johns. Final Crisis makes my brain hurt then melt.
    That can be fun too...
    Pull List; seems to be too long to fit in my sig...

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    Final Crisis is the best comic I've read in years.

    That out of the way:
    80s - Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow
    90s - Reign of the Supermen (aka The Return of Superman)
    00s - Secret Identity (though Red Son is close).
    10s - I'm still waiting....

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    Kirby was a cool guy, huh WilliamMcGuire's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by dupersuper View Post
    Too...many...cool...stories!



    I love the triangle era, but "not a lot else"? Morrison JLA? Kingdom Come? JLA: The Nail? Red Son? Secret Identity? Superman Adventures?



    That can be fun too...
    Totally forgot Morrison JLA tbh.

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    30's- ACTION #1

    40's- SUPERMAN #61 "Superman Returns to Krypton", The "K-Metal" story

    50's-ACTION #242 (first apperance of Brainiac)and ACTION #252 (first Supergirl, Metallo)

    60's - Superman Red/Superman Blue, The original Jerry Siegel "Death of Superman"

    70's- "Kryptonite Nevermore" and the rest of the Sandman Superman Saga, "Must There Be a Superman?" , ACTION #500

    80's "The Amazing Return of Jonathan Kent", ACTION #544 (the revamp of Lex and Brainaic) "All three of Alan Moore's Superman stories, Crisis #7 (the Death of Supergirl) The Man of Steel, Superman #9 (the Luthor screws with the life of a waitress story) ACTION #600

    90's - "Exile" "Day of the Krypton Man", Time and Time Again, Most of the Triangle era from "Return of the Krypton Man" through "The Fall of Metropolis", "The Death of Clark Kent" The whole Dominus arc from the 60th anniversary time split story through "King of the World". Morrison's JLA run

    00's The Loeb/Kelly era from Superman #151 - through "Our Worlds at War".... "Birthright" The Rucka "ADVENTURES" run, "Up Up and Away" The Johns run on ACTION, The Busiek SUPERMAN run, The Beginning of New Krypton. ALL STAR SUPERMAN (duh)

    10's- Morrison's ACTION run, ACTION #19. Superman #0.

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    60s - “Return to Krypton” (Superman Volume 1 #141) (1960)
    70s - The Amazing World of Superman: Metropolis Edition (1973)...my favorite telling of Superman's origin
    80s - "For the Man Who Has Everything" (Superman Ann 11)
    90s - the entire Death and Return of Superman saga
    00s - All-Star Superman (easily)
    10s - Who cares, Superman is now dead as a comic character thanks to the New 52
    DC discarded their history, and now has none. DC will always be in the shadows of their past work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgiannantoni05 View Post
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    10s - Who cares, Superman is now dead as a comic character thanks to the New 52
    Hogwash! You obviously have not read Smallville Season 11, Superman Beyond or Adventures of Superman!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgiannantoni05 View Post
    10s - Who cares, Superman is now dead as a comic character thanks to the New 52
    As you can tell from my sig, I respectfully disagree
    No matter how many reboots, new origins, reinterpretations or suit redesigns. In the end, he will always be SUPERMAN

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    Quote Originally Posted by dupersuper View Post
    I love the triangle era, but "not a lot else"? Morrison JLA? Kingdom Come? JLA: The Nail? Red Son? Secret Identity? Superman Adventures?
    Quote Originally Posted by dancj View Post
    00s - Secret Identity (though Red Son is close).
    Those two were in the 00's? Whoops. My point still stands, though.
    Pull List; seems to be too long to fit in my sig...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgiannantoni05 View Post
    10s - Who cares, Superman is now dead as a comic character thanks to the New 52
    How so? This version is faithful to the original, much more than the post Crisis version.
    Desaad: Guess they found out [Mr. Mastermind] was Holmes?

    ABH-1979: Really? I don't think so. I actually liked Holmes...

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