In which the Nerdwriter defends Clark Kent. It was actually the The Sandman series by Neil Gaiman which got me into comics, but my obsession flowered with Superman and I read & collected monthlies, trades, memorabilia until it became too expensive to sustain. DC insists on crossing story-arcs over different titles; to keep up you have to buy so much and I couldn't afford it. I want to come back someday, see what they're up to with the reboot. I've had the chance to peruse a few books, looks good. Keep the stories human. Focus on the similarities between the readers and the heroes, not the differences.
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