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#1 Posted by SupremeHyperion (1523 posts) - - Show Bio

Not even sure some of these guys are even superman clones? but ya

#2 Edited by SupremeHyperion (1523 posts) - - Show Bio

For anyone who isn't or has not Read Superior Foes of Spider-Man needs to, one of the best and funnest books out there. A true must read.

#3 Posted by SupremeHyperion (1523 posts) - - Show Bio

Mister Hercules

#4 Posted by SupremeHyperion (1523 posts) - - Show Bio

I used to watch the Rocky movies and be like "this dude sucks at boxing" there is no way Rocky (no matter how inspirational he is) is even laying a hand on Rodgers.

#5 Posted by SupremeHyperion (1523 posts) - - Show Bio

Marvel: Iron Man

DC: Batman

#6 Posted by SupremeHyperion (1523 posts) - - Show Bio

jokes are jokes, know your audience and be smart about it.

#7 Edited by SupremeHyperion (1523 posts) - - Show Bio

(nightwing) "Alright, lets' go shirts and skins"...... (batman) "how bout we just go skins and skins?"..... (nightwing) "you get me" (smiling)

#8 Edited by SupremeHyperion (1523 posts) - - Show Bio

I have been real happy with this book and this last story arch has been impressive to say the least.

#9 Edited by SupremeHyperion (1523 posts) - - Show Bio

@themanintheshoe: The Squadron Supreme (first released in Marvel comics as the Squadron Sinister) were sort of an homage to the Justice League when they were created. They are analogues to the DC characters. They were created more as a respect to than a rip off. Rip offs are in my mind more about taking an idea without aknowlaging that in which you got your inspiration.

And actually I do believe that Hyperion was the first Superman "clone" Marvel had "created".

As far as rip-offs, the most blatant rip-opp in comics takes place in the same Universe (Marvel) with Wolverine and Owl... I mean come on they are damn near the same person......

#10 Posted by SupremeHyperion (1523 posts) - - Show Bio

@oldnightcrawler: I do enjoy all the books, I just feel as though marvel is either getting lay-z or force feeding us a little too much.