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Old 11-12-2012, 12:17 PM   #144
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Default Re: All Things Superman: An Open Discussion - - - - - - Part 15

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It was horrible for me. I was so upset... I never liked how things where looking. I always had this funny feeling. I kept it to myself, the negative thoughts, but they were there. Then when I saw it... I just wanted to run back to the boards and go on a rant of swearing. But I didn't. I just never went back. It's funny though bc there was this guy that used to write pages of hate all the time and everyone use to take turns letting him have it... Turns out he was right in his doubt the whole time. I never wanted to read his crap and negativity. Sad how it all turned out. Now that site is long gone. I miss it though because at least on that site I ventured out to other boards... I even met up with a few other members to see the midnight premiere in Houston. Anyone else remember BlueTights?
I was on Kryptonsite at the time, and I never used to hold back on criticism for Smallville But for some reason, I just didn't get so involved in what was going on with SR, and managed to walk out of there pretty damn happy because I didn't have any expectations of it, and was just really chuffed to see Superman on the big screen. My fan blinders didn't come down for a while...

I feel pretty safe with MOS though. I feel like I know enough about it to have faith it will be much much better.

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I am totally bias when it comes to other hero movie boards. I am Superman only. I think I went to the Spiderman and Batman boards only a few times and that was to check out their fan art.
It's interesting the different atmosphere's in other boards. I feel like we're a bit nicer here

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