- Stanley M. Campbell, Tue, 30 Dec 1997 18:39:30 GMT
You have made cry.... since I was a kid I've read comics about
Superman. You have done a fantastic job. Go ahead and never give
As we say in my country : que pagina tan bestial
- ivan_noboa, Wed, 17 Dec 1997 20:51:29 GMT
This Web-site is totally AWESOME!!!
This site is to me the most comprehensive of
Superman and his life and powers.
Without a doubt this has to be one of the best
sites out here on the Web.
I wish you continued success and I hope to see another
- Daryl Thomas, Tue, 16 Dec 1997 05:01:34 GMT
Wow! Many thanks, Daryl! We hope to see another update soon as well :-)
This is a great resource on the old Kal and makes me
pretty nostalgic. I think the new Superman since 1986
is great, too. I think that it is closer to the original
Superman by Siegel and Shuster. Superman has so many different
facets to his character that can be tapped into that he can
always appear to be fresh and new.
But your website captures that Superman of old perfectly,
in a more optimistic and wonderful time. Keep up the good
- Bill Galvan, Sun, 14 Dec 1997 05:08:31 GMT
Be sure to visit Superman's
Page, by Bill Galvan, an homage to all of Superman's incarnations!
- Marvin C. Seibert, Sun, 14 Dec 1997 02:51:32 GMT
Great Web site keep it coming, just went on line, was surfing when I found you.
- Dave West, Fri, 12 Dec 1997 06:14:47 GMT
I am five years old and my Dad and I look at your website
all of the time - it's cool!
- eric krakowiak, Wed, 10 Dec 1997 02:30:00 GMT
Thanks Eric (and thanks Dad!) - glad you like it!
Superman is supposed to care for people, yes? Then why is it, in the
movies, he cares more about keeping his identity a secret? E.G. He
wastes precious seconds changing into Superman. Those seconds could
mean the difference between life and death for those in trouble.
- Baggy B, Tue, 2 Dec 1997 20:30:33 GMT
Superman is so super and so fast that he effortlessly
dons his super-costume and rescues those who are in
trouble. It's not an "either/or" situation. In his comics, there
have been recent rare instances where Superman has been so concerned with the welfare of others that
he hasn't bothered to switch to his costume. In his older comics,
there have been times where his costume was unavailable for some
reason, so he went into action without it. In both situations, he has
found some other way to keep his identity a secret. Really, all he
needs to do is take off his glasses and smile :-)