Re: Who should be the villain in the sequel for Man of Steel?
I see I am in a majority in choosing Brainiac. I think super-computers are always interesting, and there is much room for the visual flare seen in MOS to be applied in interesting ways.
The only downside is that the technological tentacles that Superman fought in MOS would have had an obvious place in Brainiac's arsenal.
It may annoy the purists, but I think it would be interesting to if Brainiac were to have a female voice, with the calm, cold tone of my Sat Nav.
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Originally Posted by Chip Chipperson
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