‘Man Of Steel': Shocking Ending Angers Comic Fans — Spoilers

Sat, June 15, 2013 10:35am EST by 98 Comments
Man Of Steel Ending
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Posted at 12:50 AM on August 25, 2013  

Ok where the hell do you get your information about Superman never kills???? Are you really serious, you need to be fired from writing these articles because to be honest it borders on either slander or libel….whatever the electronic print form is called.

Superman killed in Superman 2 – he crushed Zod’s hand and tossed him into the crevice of ice in the Fortress of Solitude.

He killed Nuclear Man in Superman 4 after tossing him into a Nuclear Reactor.

He killed a bunch of Lex Luthor’s goons on the Krpytonite Continent when he lifted it out of the ocean causing pieces of it to fall on them and crush them.

He killed Zod, Faora, and Quex-Ul in Superman 22 executing them with Green Krpytonite.

So where in these examples has Superman NEVER killed anyone, please explain because i’m questioning my sanity and wondering if we’re talking about the same Superman who wore his underwear on the outside and has the big “S” on his chest.

Your entire editorial is based on incorrect information. Maybe you should research the information before you write this because it makes you sound stupid.

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Posted at 11:58 PM on November 12, 2013  

Yes, Superman has killed before in the movies and in one occasion in the comic, but is widely accepted as being out of character of him. The fact that it’s got precedent doesn’t validate it, two wrongs don’t make a right, etc-

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