Zenguru wrote:I almost got it, because I really like Larsen's art. But it's a Liefeld book and a bad copy of Superman. At least when Moore wrote it, it was a good copy of Superman.
I used to like Larsen's artwork, back in the 90s. But these issues, the art seems "loose" compared to before. It's okay, but I'm not enjoying it as much.
I still think that the start up of Supreme and the premise given, imagine Superman was a real major dick/douche that decided to bugger off into deep space to find new asses to kick. He comes back to check on the old home, finds a bunch of butts to kick and some folks that could kick his ass or give it a good try. From there it was all down hill with piss poor writing that was almost as bad as anything Christina Z or Brandon Choi wrote. Or Rob Liefeld... oh wait.
I have to admit, I like Superman archtypes. They either get used interestingly or very good. Examples - Alan Moore's Supreme, Warren Ellis' The High and Apollo, Icon, Hyperion of Supreme Power, Victor (sort of). They allow some things to be done with Superman, that you really can't or should not do with Superman. Some, at times, fun explorations.
Strict31 wrote:To quote Hunter S. Thompson, there is nothing more despicable than a cat in the depths of a nip binge..
Strict31 wrote:Listen to Feline Mussolini.
Strict31 wrote:You're goddamned insane.
achilles wrote:Pay no attention to Cat-Scratch people; he's insane from all that cat-nip.
Lord Simian wrote:"Us"? This is YOUR Kongdamn fault, mister "Bets on when this place will break again"....
Ragnascratch is coming... maybe.
Psivage wrote:Don't trust a cat. They are always up to no good.
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