Sano, post: 5847117 wrote:
It really boils down to what seperates this book from a regular Superman comic who is not married in this reality. Extremely little. So there is no justification for another title. So this is just Superman before he fills out a job application at the Daily Planet and stops wearing jeans? Like really?
I'm just hoping there's more to this down the line. I was hoping for something All-Star Superman level, but maybe that can't be done within current continuity. Sigh...
Like Zeph would describe it, this is "I gotta pay the rent" Morrison and not "I'm tripping on acid" Morrison. I want the later, not the former.
RockBogart, post: 5852481 wrote:
Morrison might have felt the need to rush certain elements that everyone already knows about instead of waisting ink telling people shit they already know.
Sano, post: 5852535 wrote:
This works better in All-Star when it's basically a take on all of the basics everyone knows. Just not in a new universe we you are supposed to attract new readers and a lot of the basic stuff even long term readers know no longer apply.
goodm0urning, post: 5852593 wrote:
So what are peoples thoughts on H'el on Earth?
I'm liking it quite a lot. It's good to see the rebooted characters cut loose and Superman be the badass that he is.