Okay, Okay, don't start flaming me. I mentioned this in the Superman writers workshop thread, but I'm bored so I thought I'd make a thread to pass time. I'm not saying this is a route that should be taken, because I'm not sure how I would even feel if it really did happen. But I'm curious, how would you feel if a new writer/director came on the project and turned in a kick ass modern day Superman script that nailed the Birthright/TASFor All Seasons Superman, Lois, the Kents, etc. A script with great attention to character detail, emotion, action, great dialouge, faithful to the modern comics, the whole nine yards except......Jor-El was the villian? It wouldn't be that hard to pull off. Just have Lara and her father, Sul-Van, send Kal-El to Earth to survive the destruction of Krypton and get away from the evil Jor-El. I see this going one of two ways. One, it's horribly cliche and very Luke/Vader-esque. Two, it's done in a manner that reeks of awesomeness with powerful emotion and action as Superman attempts to save his adoptive planet from his evil biological father. In my opinion, seeing that Smallville exists now in it's own universe, I wish they would have went this route back when the seeds were planted in season two. Should have taken the gamble, couldn't be any worse than what we have recieved.