Originally Posted by Heretic
It's not my version...it's the definitive, classic version.
My version of the Punisher kills every bad guy he can get his gun barrel pointed at. That character has failed at the movies. I would not support them turning him into a romantic teenager just for the sake of broadening his appeal. The definitive Punisher has been found...no need to destroy it to appeal to Twilight and Hunger Games fans.
So are you suggesting that any iteration of Superman that deviates from the "classic version" is wrong? Because that's ridiculous.
If every writer, collaborator, filmmaker were to use Superman and base him strictly on his original interpretation, the character would've fizzled out decades ago.
One of the greatest things about Superman is how talented artists have been able to adapt and change him for the times while still maintaining what makes the character special. Just because a version of Superman is not the "classic version" doesn't make it wrong.
And frankly, most of the time, the changes actually make the character that much more interesting.
Like this movie.