Fanboys are a curious species. They accept everything, regardless of whether it is illogical or implausible. That's fine, why shouldn´t you enjoy your comics? But this is not about fantasy, but stories which claim that they have a scientific foundation, also known as science fiction. In this genre, almost everything is possible, everything that the popular science has to offer nowadays. However, when it comes to explanations, then one only hear: "This is a comic" or "The Kryptonians have advanced technologies." The same happens when you have amendments to make the science fiction elements more believable. Then it says: "You can not combine logic and realism with the fictional comic world, that makes no sense." Some fanboys were even upset that the Man of Steel was not wearing red underpants. Is it nostalgia or rejection of modernism? My topic can´t have more than 60 characters, so I formulate my whole question here:
Why do fanboys prefer suspension of disbelief when it could be more realistic?
What is your opinion?