Sunday, June 9, 2013 11:51:12 PM
10. knew it 9. knew it 8. knew it 7. knew it 6. eveyone knows that 5. i doubt thats true 4.eveyone knows that 3. not quite true. this has come up a few time. its a supperman like heiro 2.eveyone knows that. he is a "john carter" ripoff 1.what? when give me a source on that
Sunday, June 9, 2013 4:09:45 PM
wasabi, that is one thing ive always hated about superman comic books [other than that whole overly-powered god thing] is that because they constantly needed to make things interesting in some fashion, we find ourselves with contradicting books and a lot of animals with supermans powers.
The sixties and seventies were really not great times for either superman or batman.
Sunday, June 9, 2013 6:29:51 AM
#4 is actually wrong. Red stars do not give Kryptonians powers, but yellow stars do and blue stars make their powers even stronger, giving them a "super-charged" effect that gradually runs out once they leave proximity to said blue star. It also gave Superman "Superman vision," which allows him to grant humans kryptonian powers for a short time. Source: Action Comics #856.
Sunday, June 9, 2013 4:41:59 AM
Burgh, I don't know what it is exactly about the yellow sun that gives him his strength, but If it is the color spectrum it`s self then he would be just fine being within eye shot of it. Even we on the surface get it`s full spectrum of white light. But possibly it is something else that our "yellow" sun gives off that causes he effect that we cannot measure. I have neither looked that deep in to it, nor do I care too. I have to keep some of the magic of the comic book world alive. My inner child wouldn`t have it any other way.