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#1 Posted by Hemlin (377 posts) - - Show Bio
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#3 Edited by Hemlin (377 posts) - - Show Bio

It all depends on The Hulk's anger and Superman's exposure to the sun but exposure to the sun appears to empower Superman on a more proliferate rate than anger does for The Hulk, my answer is Superman.

#4 Posted by Hemlin (377 posts) - - Show Bio

@wishiwassuperman: Wow! thanks man for such a thoughtful answer :) got it! I'll start reading from Vol. 2.

#5 Posted by Hemlin (377 posts) - - Show Bio

@martian81: I wouldn't worry much about her current physical insufficiency for the role, it's only her acting that kinda concerns me; she's not an experienced actress and is best known for her roles in The Fast & Furious films and she wasn't even playing major roles in those films.

#6 Edited by Hemlin (377 posts) - - Show Bio

In real-life and with realistic characteristics (aside from his superhuman abilities), he might not be all perfect and righteous.

#7 Edited by Hemlin (377 posts) - - Show Bio

Since the beginning of this year I've been immersing myself with Superman comics, I relentlessly read some of the best comics featuring the Man of Steel that have been suggested to me like Superman: Birthright, All-Star Superman, The Man of Steel, Superman: Last Son, Superman: For Tomorrow, Superman: Godfall, Superman: Red Son, Superman: For All Seasons, Superman: For Tomorrow, Superman: Secret Origin, Superman: Secret Identity and now I am absolutely in love with this character.

I am eyeing on Superman vol. 1, however unlike the others this is a series that spanned for 70s years and over 700 issues of this series have been published and I feel that even for me the amount to read is just huge and I don't know where to start (I'm definitely not reading the earliest issues, as much as I respect Shuster and Siegel for creating this character I couldn't get myself into the old portrayals of the character and the stories, for me they're just really dated). I'm primarily focused on reading the modern issues of this series and am worried about where to star, like how much do I need to know before I read this storyline and how much I need to know before I read that issue, do I have to read them in order or are the stories unrelated and episodic??

#8 Posted by Hemlin (377 posts) - - Show Bio

Since the beginning of this year I've been immersing myself with Superman comics, I relentlessly read some of the best comics featuring the Man of Steel that have been suggested to me like Superman: Birthright, All-Star Superman, The Man of Steel, Superman: Last Son, Superman: For Tomorrow, Superman: Godfall, Superman: Red Son, Superman: For All Seasons, Superman: For Tomorrow, Superman: Secret Origin, Superman: Secret Identity and now I am absolutely in love with this character.

I am eyeing on Superman vol. 1, however unlike the others this is a series that spanned for 70s years and over 700 issues of this series have been published and I feel that even for me the amount to read is just huge and I don't know where to start (I'm definitely not reading the earliest issues, as much I respect Shuster and Siegel for creating this character I couldn't get myself into the old portrayals of the character and the stories). I'm primarily focused on reading the modern issues of this series and am worried about where to star, like how much do I need to know before I read this storyline and how much I need to know before I read that issue, do I have to read them in order or are the stories unrelated and episodic??

#9 Edited by Hemlin (377 posts) - - Show Bio

After catching up to date with the New 52 storyline of Superman, I've began to read the original series of Superman comics by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. I've realized that this portrayal of Superman is very different to the modern take on Superman, he lacked some of the powers that are prominent today, like flying (he leaps instead), Heat Vision and Ice Breath; I want to know when those powers were first introduced.

#10 Posted by Hemlin (377 posts) - - Show Bio

@deathpoolthet1000: Well most people would assume that by off-topic, they mean off-comic