"The Weisinger era Superman was the one I grew up with too, because even though it was before my time these were all the ones my dad had saved (he wasn't a collector, they were just kept in an old suitcase; he also had stuff like Sgt. Rock and…"
"A lot of people seem to hate the Weisinger era with all the craziness, but I kind of those comics. To me they're a lot more fun than the current Superman comics - I'm not much of a fan of anything from Byrne's revamp on, to be…"
"I think she was kept secret - not allowed to reveal herself as Supergirl - for a while, kept kind of in reserve and only acting secretly so that she could be "secret weapon" brought out if Superman wasn't around and Earth was…"
"I'm not sure I see why being on Kandor would have been so bad. Life appears to have gone on pretty much as it would have on Krypton. Not being able to leave the bottle might have sucked, but you'd get used to it, and presumably…"
"Superman didn't become her shadow, he wasn't always there, and she was older but she was still a teenager and bound to make stupid decisions, and even an adult (even Superman) could have a brief lapse in concentration - accidentally…"
"It would putting lives needlessly at risk to allow her to stay in the real world - not only not a waste of resources, but allowing someone with her power and lack of control of that power to live on Earth, that would have been irresponsible. …"
"Well, that settles it I guess! Still, I guess Superman's never heard the phrase "When in Rome..." And he must've been fine with the idea of there being no more Kryptonians, but as Richard pointed out human and…"
"Cousins marrying used to be no big deal, and maybe it's not in Kryptonian society. And who knows, the problem of genetic defects (minimal even among humans) might not be a problem at all for the more robust Kryptonian DNA."
"I didn't know it was only the Omnibus editions that included the letters pages, which I did read and found interesting as it is cool to see how they were received. One thing I wish they hadn't done was include Stan's intro to…"