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Ratman_tf:
I'm not a Superman aficianado, I just watch the films and used to read comics in the 70's-90's.

Has there ever been a version of Superman where his powers are explained as Kryptonian super-science tinkering with their own biology?

Shrieking Banshee:

--- Quote from: Ratman_tf on October 15, 2021, 06:25:49 PM ---Has there ever been a version of Superman where his powers are explained as Kryptonian super-science tinkering with their own biology?

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I think some guy who wrote some wanky webcomic made his own version that had that. And dressed him as M-Bison for some reason.

Ratman_tf:

--- Quote from: Shrieking Banshee on October 15, 2021, 08:11:05 PM ---
--- Quote from: Ratman_tf on October 15, 2021, 06:25:49 PM ---Has there ever been a version of Superman where his powers are explained as Kryptonian super-science tinkering with their own biology?

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I think some guy who wrote some wanky webcomic made his own version that had that. And dressed him as M-Bison for some reason.

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 :o

Shrieking Banshee:

--- Quote from: Ratman_tf on October 15, 2021, 09:18:53 PM --- :o

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Yeah it was an attempt to tie him into more his 'Working Class Roots' but the end result was that instead of a working class vest+boots, it looked like a military vest+boots.

His entire re-interpretation is a chunk of wank anyway, because the guy has a hard-on (literally and figuratively) for technology, and hates magic. So anything magical was remade into psuedo technology. And some stuff that was already technoology became more "Realistic".

Pat:
I think it's been implied here and there, but really, really weakly. I was always surprised a bit disappointed they never really went there.

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