Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Walking with Superman: Day 126
Superman heads back to Earth, re-energized by the quick dip in the sun that purged him of his fusion-induced abilities, and hoping to resume his visit to Pennsylvania. But he's not coming back alone. Something was born in those roiling cosmic flames, forged from solar plasma and the strange radiation that generated Superman's new powers, from Kryptonian biological material and the Eradicator's sense of self-preservation, nuclear power given shape and flesh. It flies toward Earth, drawn by its connection to Superman and the exotic energies that gave it life. And when it feels the familiar resonance of the repaired, reactivated Three-Mile Island fusion reactor, it knows that its yearning for that energy could be sated indefinitely. It's up to Superman to stop this superpowered menace, before it uses the fusion generator to become a demigod. Can the Man of Steel stop this Nuclear Man in time to prevent him from raining atomic death across the Eastern Seaboard?
Posted by Tom Foss at 12:00 PM
Labels: DC, Movies, Superman, Walking with Superman
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Wait isn't this the bad guy from Superman V?
Superman IV, actually, but yes. I did a bit of Superman III a few months back, and figured Nuclear Man could use rehabilitation.
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