In preparation for the September 24 release of "Scribblenauts Unmasked," WB Games, 5TH Cell and DC Entertainment have provided CBR with a series of homage covers using the “Scribblenauts” DC characters recreating of some of the publisher’s most iconic covers.
The subject of endless homages and parodies, “Crisis on Infinite Earths” #7 is easily one of DC’s most recognizable cover images of all time, featuring a distraught Superman holding the lifeless body of Supergirl.
Is it just me…? or is everyone from Krypton a colossal butt?
- Superboy, Superman #15
its not just you superboy, being a butt is in the genetics. Just like being a dork and a sweetheart.
Some people say that when you get married, you lose something – become half of a whole. I wasn’t a complete person until I met my wife
Found by Brendan.
Clark: You know, there are still people who think that you and I —
Diana: Yes, I am aware. But friendships like ours do not sell magazines.
Clark: Just as well. They wouldn’t understand.
Diana: No. They wouldn’t understand at all.
(Wonder Woman V2, #226)
So they are cousins, yet they kissed… ok
uhhhh no. No your wrong (although it is an understandable mistake) this is Linda Danversand she’s not Clark’s cousin and isn’t related to him in any way actually.
There are a couple of different supergirls. The first, Kara zor-el, is Clark’s cousin who you have confused with Linda (pictured). It’s understandable but your wrong so… yeah.