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2013-10-24 12:19:41 AM
Tom and Clark were standing on the roof of their building drinking a few beers on their break and Clark said, "Hey Tom, did you know that if you jump off this building, after you get down so far, a draft will pull you back inside the building on the third floor?"

"Get outta here," said Clark. 

"No I'm serious, watch me."

Clark hopped off the building and sure enough, he was taken in by the draft at the third floor window. He took the elevator back to the top and Tom and a security guard that arrived were standing there, Tom in awe.

"I can't believe it." Said Tom.

"I know you should try it Tom."

So Tom hopped off and plunged into the ground.

"Superman, you're a real asshole when you're drunk." said the security guard.
 
2013-10-24 12:22:34 AM
Yeah, sometimes he may have been a dick, but at least Superman tried to do what was right.

This is one of my all-time favorite Superman moments from my all-time favorite DC series.
 
2013-10-24 12:28:52 AM
The best of superman being an asshole:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Al7FeEZrH1E
 
2013-10-24 03:02:13 AM
If you had to deal with humans as much as Superman does, you'd be an asshole too.

That being said, guy isn't human, and ultimately cannot be trusted.
 
2013-10-24 03:05:05 AM
Superdickery.com

You're welcome.
 
2013-10-24 03:08:41 AM
Number 11: linking to slideshows. Deslided.
 
2013-10-24 03:10:54 AM
How could they forget this cover??

www.examiner.com
 
2013-10-24 03:25:57 AM
No, you're wrong.

Batman's an asshole

/Dennis Leary back when he was funny
 
2013-10-24 03:34:14 AM

ekdikeo4: Tom and Clark were standing on the roof of their building drinking a few beers on their break and Clark said, "Hey Tom, did you know that if you jump off this building, after you get down so far, a draft will pull you back inside the building on the third floor?"

"Get outta here," said Clark. 

"No I'm serious, watch me."

Clark hopped off the building and sure enough, he was taken in by the draft at the third floor window. He took the elevator back to the top and Tom and a security guard that arrived were standing there, Tom in awe.

"I can't believe it." Said Tom.

"I know you should try it Tom."

So Tom hopped off and plunged into the ground.

"Superman, you're a real asshole when you're drunk." said the security guard.


Wait, so Clark was talking to himself?  I don't get it
 
2013-10-24 04:01:02 AM
Superman was flying around Metropolis looking for trouble when he spotted Wonder Woman apparently sunbathing nude on top of a building.


"Well," he thought to himself, "I am so fast I bet I could fly down there and nail her before she even knew what hit her."

So he undid his yellow belt, lowered his red shorts, flew down, did his thing and soared off into the Metropolitan sky.

Wonder Woman lay stunned. "What was that?" she asked.

"I don't know," groaned the Invisible Man, "but my ass sure is sore."
 
2013-10-24 04:18:49 AM

robohobo: If you had to deal with humans as much as Superman does, you'd be an asshole too.

That being said, guy isn't human, and ultimately cannot be trusted.


When was the last time that humans could be trusted?
 
2013-10-24 05:46:04 AM
He knocked up both Lois Lane and Lana Lang, and they found out he had the Krypto-Herp?
 
2013-10-24 06:39:31 AM
Does the list include Superman IV, Superman Returns and Man of Steel?
 
2013-10-24 06:42:13 AM

KradDrol: ekdikeo4: Tom and Clark were standing on the roof of their building drinking a few beers on their break and Clark said, "Hey Tom, did you know that if you jump off this building, after you get down so far, a draft will pull you back inside the building on the third floor?"

"Get outta here," said Clark. 

"No I'm serious, watch me."

Clark hopped off the building and sure enough, he was taken in by the draft at the third floor window. He took the elevator back to the top and Tom and a security guard that arrived were standing there, Tom in awe.

"I can't believe it." Said Tom.

"I know you should try it Tom."

So Tom hopped off and plunged into the ground.

"Superman, you're a real asshole when you're drunk." said the security guard.

Wait, so Clark was talking to himself?  I don't get it


Guy can't even tell a joke when he has time to type it out.
 
2013-10-24 07:05:45 AM
Superman drew a phallus on the underside of a drawbridge.
 
2013-10-24 07:53:06 AM
and a security guard that arrived were standing there is the name of my next band.
 
2013-10-24 08:24:12 AM
Superman is an awful super hero.  Everything that is special about him is inherited, not earned.  His powers make him overwhelmingly difficult to challenge without diving head first into hokey writing.  And most of his writers have no idea what to do with him, so we see the same formulaic approach to every conflict he faces.

[Villain] has it out for Superman.  [Villain] acquires [Weapon/Hostage] and uses it to their advantage in a showdown with Superman.  Superman punches the problem until it stops being a problem.
 
2013-10-24 08:38:32 AM
What about being a tool for the US military in The Dark Knight Returns?
 
2013-10-24 08:49:50 AM
Injustice is a great game and a better comic book!

It's on "hiatus" now, whatever that means, so you have time to catch up on this comic.  There's only like 8 or 9 issues and it's really dark.  Yeah, it's not canon, but it's good!

(Smallville is also, surprisingly, good)
 
2013-10-24 08:51:34 AM
There was that time Batwoman was sunbathing nude on the roof and he swooped in an screwed the invisible man in the ass by mistake.
 
2013-10-24 08:57:06 AM

Kyro: Superman is an awful super hero.  Everything that is special about him is inherited, not earned.  His powers make him overwhelmingly difficult to challenge without diving head first into hokey writing.  And most of his writers have no idea what to do with him, so we see the same formulaic approach to every conflict he faces.

[Villain] has it out for Superman.  [Villain] acquires [Weapon/Hostage] and uses it to their advantage in a showdown with Superman.  Superman punches the problem until it stops being a problem.


You can't fool me. That's the plot from the last Batman comic.
 
2013-10-24 09:13:52 AM

robohobo: If you had to deal with humans as much as Superman does, you'd be an asshole too.

That being said, guy isn't human, and ultimately cannot be trusted.


I've found Lex Luthor's fark handle
 
2013-10-24 09:15:41 AM

spcMike: You can't fool me. That's the plot from the last Batman comic.


WRONG!

It was the plot of the last Green Arrow.   Vertigo kidnapped Shado and used her to his advantage in a showdown.  GA shot arrows at him until he stopped being a problem!
 
2013-10-24 09:31:23 AM

buntz: Injustice is a great game and a better comic book!

It's on "hiatus" now, whatever that means, so you have time to catch up on this comic.  There's only like 8 or 9 issues and it's really dark.  Yeah, it's not canon, but it's good!

(Smallville is also, surprisingly, good)


(Wait til season 4, then see if anything, besides the awesome addition of Erica Durance, still makes you feel that way.)
 
2013-10-24 09:46:09 AM

Kyro: Superman is an awful super hero.  Everything that is special about him is inherited, not earned.  His powers make him overwhelmingly difficult to challenge without diving head first into hokey writing.  And most of his writers have no idea what to do with him, so we see the same formulaic approach to every conflict he faces.

[Villain] has it out for Superman.  [Villain] acquires [Weapon/Hostage] and uses it to their advantage in a showdown with Superman.  Superman punches the problem until it stops being a problem.


I'm not a huge Superman fan for the same reason, but I've seen him done right on occasion.  He's got two primary weapons in the characterization arsenal:

First is the alien/outsider issue, that however much good he does, he's decidedly not one of the humans, and his issues with that.  The rare occasions when people see the Fortress of Solitude and just find it plain creepy are good examples of this.  No matter what he does, how much he tries, he'll be revered as a hero, or even a god, but he won't ever be a person.

The other is the conflict between his ideals and his role as protector.  He's a firm believer in not killing, even as the population becomes more willing to kill those who wrong them.  When the very people he's trying to protect start asking why he doesn't just kill X supervillain, it's hard to find an answer, especially when you consider that while he's invincible and immortal, the average person is all too vulnerable.  Can he really justify sacrificing innocents in favor of his own preferences just because HE's safe from harm?  Conversely, when the general populous is clamouring for blood, can he keep his ideals, or will he succomb to the temptation from the public cry?
 
2013-10-24 10:03:02 AM
You call that bad?
old.brokenfrontier.com
Amateur.
 
2013-10-24 10:47:45 AM

Last Man on Earth: I'm not a huge Superman fan for the same reason, but I've seen him done right on occasion.  He's got two primary weapons in the characterization arsenal:

First is the alien/outsider issue, that however much good he does, he's decidedly not one of the humans, and his issues with that.  The rare occasions when people see the Fortress of Solitude and just find it plain creepy are good examples of this.  No matter what he does, how much he tries, he'll be revered as a hero, or even a god, but he won't ever be a person.


This aspect is usually handled hamfistedly.  The entire point of the character is that he's BETTER than human.  That's his freaking name, even.  It's like a human among a pack of dogs wistfully wishing he could be a dog, too.

The better aspect to this is to go the other way.  He's alien.  He really ISN'T one of us.  And he doesn't really think a whole lot of humanity; the secret identity he puts on to camouflage himself among us is weak, insecure, and flawed, which is an insightful statement on Superman's real view of humanity.  Rather than focus on his desire to be accepted, it's more interesting to focus on his knowledge that he is so much BETTER than us, and how that interacts with his high ideals.  He doesn't talk about the conflict, but it's an  interesting conflict.

Also, the "Last Son of Krypton" thing would be more impactful if he really WERE the sole survivor, but the cadre of characters is chock-full of Kryptonians.  Supergirl is the obvious one, since she's a direct survivor of Krypton herself, but there's plenty of villains and other characters with origins in Krypton, either in time or alternate dimensions or through means like cloning.  Superman  isn't alone, which cheapens the whole thing and renders it irrelevant.

And that's without getting into the nonsense that is the silver age superdog and supermonkey and so on, even.


The other is the conflict between his ideals and his role as protector.  He's a firm believer in not killing, even as the population becomes more willing to kill those who wrong them.  When the very people he's trying to protect start asking why he doesn't just kill X supervillain, it's hard to find an answer, especially when you consider that while he's invincible and immortal, the average person is all too vulnerable.  Can he really justify sacrificing innocents in favor of his own preferences just because HE's safe from harm?  Conversely, when the general populous is clamouring for blood, can he keep his ideals, or will he succomb to the temptation from the public cry?

Again, this isn't even the interesting part of the conflict.  Superman can, at a minimum, hear pretty much anything going on in Metropolis (in some versions, everything on the planet, basically).  That means that every time a woman screams for help as she's raped in a city park, Superman can hear her screaming.  And can be there to stop it in a heartbeat, before the rapist gets his pants down.  And Superman  doesn't.  He doesn't prevent all crime in the city.  He lets it happen.  He has  reasons for this, of course; if he stops everything, he effectively becomes our God, decreeing what can and can not happen, negating our right to free will and such.  But it's a really, really dark conflict, and it's one of the mostly-unmentioned aspects of the character.  A character like Batman, you could argue he's across the city or busy with something else, but Superman is, well,  Superman.


That's how you make him interesting.  You focus on the detachment and inhumanity, and the consequences that has.  It's the kind of thing Doctor Manhattan was messing with, character-wise, in Watchmen, almost certainly as a direct statement on this (he's the only truly superhuman character in the mix).  But they don't, because it makes Superman  really kind of scary.  Which he should be.  Because Luthor is  mostly right about him; he's a superpowered alien threat, and the only thing protecting us is his  sense of ethics.
 
2013-10-24 10:50:57 AM
ThatBillmanGuy:

(Wait til season 4, then see if anything, besides the awesome addition of Erica Durance, still makes you feel that way.)

No, I meant the Smallville comic book (season 11 to the series.  You didn't have to watch the show to 'get' the comic, but it helps)
 
2013-10-24 10:52:37 AM
ekdikeo4:

Two guys, Clark and Glen, are at a bar on top of a skyscraper when Clark says to Glen, "Did you know that if you jump off this building, after you get down so far, a draft will pull you back up to where you jumped off from?"

Glen is incredulous, so Clark demonstrates, and jumps out the window.  Sure enough, halfway down he suddenly flies right back up to the top floor to where he jumped off.

"That's amazing!" says the Glen, and jumps out the window.  Down, down he falls, and suddenly... Superman swoops down and grabs him, bringing him back up to the top floor.

"Now, I hope you've learned a valuable lesson about your judgement when you've had too much to drink," says Superman.

"Wow, I sure have.  Thanks, Superman!" says Glen.

"You're welcome!" says Superman, and flies off into space, smiles at the camera, and flies away.

"What a swell guy," says the bartender.
 
2013-10-24 11:02:57 AM

Thorak: Because Luthor is mostly right about him; he's a superpowered alien threat, and the only thing protecting us is his sense of ethics.


That's kind of what I'm saying, actually.  When people go on asking him to compromise his ideals and kill his enemies and on and on, they're forgetting that those ideals are the only reason ANYONE is safe from him.  What the hell would they do if, one day, he actually listened?  Batman knows this, and doesn't trust Supes any more than Luthor does.  Even aside from the kryptonite in the utility belt, notice that Luthor and Bats both refer to Supes as "the alien."  They're the only ones who call him that, and I think it's very telling.
 
2013-10-24 11:08:07 AM

buntz: ThatBillmanGuy:

(Wait til season 4, then see if anything, besides the awesome addition of Erica Durance, still makes you feel that way.)

No, I meant the Smallville comic book (season 11 to the series.  You didn't have to watch the show to 'get' the comic, but it helps)


oooooooohhhh. I read the first few issues, but I kind of went "meh." I am interested in their version of Batman, though, since he recently showed up.
 
2013-10-24 11:17:20 AM
Two guys were on a roof, no, a tall building, Glen and one was Superman, he jumped off, Superman I mean, and came back, so Tom other guy said to the security guard, what a Jerk !
 
2013-10-24 11:22:24 AM

Last Man on Earth: Thorak: Because Luthor is mostly right about him; he's a superpowered alien threat, and the only thing protecting us is his sense of ethics.

That's kind of what I'm saying, actually.  When people go on asking him to compromise his ideals and kill his enemies and on and on, they're forgetting that those ideals are the only reason ANYONE is safe from him.  What the hell would they do if, one day, he actually listened?  Batman knows this, and doesn't trust Supes any more than Luthor does.  Even aside from the kryptonite in the utility belt, notice that Luthor and Bats both refer to Supes as "the alien."  They're the only ones who call him that, and I think it's very telling.


That is what makes Injustice such an awesome universe to explore. The idea that Superman lost control of his ethical side and pretty much took over the world. This is also why Superman vs the Elite was such a great DCAU movie. You summed up exactly what that movie was about. I am glad that DC is actually exploring these aspects of the Man of Steel and we can even see it in the new movie and most likely will see the effects of that action in the sequel.
 
2013-10-24 11:29:47 AM

ThatBillmanGuy: I am interested in their version of Batman, though, since he recently showed up.


No, it's gotten a lot better.  Starting with the art.  At first I think they thought of this as a throw away comic and the art was horrible.
Now they've learned it's a viable property and the stories and art have been great!
They just introduced Wonder Woman in a way that makes complete sense (I'm looking at YOU, "Man of Steel 3")
Their Batman WAS great (with Barbara Gordon as Nightwing no less!)

But all of the backstory stuff was really good too (re-meeting Bart, Booster Gold, Super Girl).

It's really been surprisingly enjoyable!  Plus I get to read it with the characters I know from TV's voices in my head, so it works even better (no one can say the weird BS Chloe says like Allison Mack)
 
2013-10-24 11:31:38 AM
Two guys, Glen and Tom, were standing at the top of a recently built high rise, enjoying a pair of beers from the nearby rooftop bar. Glen led Tom to the edge of the building and pointed down toward the street.

"Did you know that this building is designed in such a way that if anyone jumps off it, they'll fall to their deaths?" Glen asked.

"Get outta town!" smirks Tom.

"No, it's true. Watch." Glen climbs over the safety railing and leaps off the edge. He falls down the side of the building, and hits the sidewalk below, dying instantly.

"I don't believe it!" cries Tom, who immediately scrambles over the railing and jumps off the edge. He plunges downward, and hits the ground below, a bloody mess.

A moment later Superman comes out of the rooftop men's room, buckling his yellow belt.

"What'd I miss?" he asks the bartender.
 
2013-10-24 11:35:32 AM

yves0010: This is also why Superman vs the Elite was such a great DCAU movie. You summed up exactly what that movie was about.


I'm glad I did, because that's exactly what I was picturing as I wrote it.  Supes showing people exactly what it's like when he stops holding back was a massive moment.  It gives the Big Blue Boy Scout a lot more depth and personality when you get to see why it's so important that he is.  The Red Son miniseries provided a really good look at this angle too.  I haven't tried Injustice, but I might have to look into the comics now.  Was the game any good storywise, or was it just a generic fighting game with the setting as a backdrop?
 
2013-10-24 11:43:51 AM
You know, considering superman lost his ENTIRE RACE I think he's pretty level headed.  Batman is a complete douchecanoe over just 2 friggin humans.
 
2013-10-24 11:48:45 AM

You Are All Sheep: You know, considering superman lost his ENTIRE RACE I think he's pretty level headed.  Batman is a complete douchecanoe over just 2 friggin humans.


The difference is that Supes doesn't use the loss of his race as a motivating factor.  Batman is driven entirely by his parents' deaths, so it makes sense that those deaths impact him more.  Especially since Superman was an infant and never actually knew any Kryptonians, and on the rare occasion he meets one, they're almost always total dickbags.
 
2013-10-24 11:55:31 AM

Thorak: The better aspect to this is to go the other way. He's alien. He really ISN'T one of us. And he doesn't really think a whole lot of humanity; the secret identity he puts on to camouflage himself among us is weak, insecure, and flawed, which is an insightful statement on Superman's real view of humanity. Rather than focus on his desire to be accepted, it's more interesting to focus on his knowledge that he is so much BETTER than us, and how that interacts with his high ideals. He doesn't talk about the conflict, but it's an interesting conflict.


That's wrong. He's acts clumsy and flawed because it assists with the disguise. There are a lot of humans that he admires. He doesn't consider himself better than everyone else or he would act more like the Authority and use his power to take more direct control.

Thorak: Again, this isn't even the interesting part of the conflict. Superman can, at a minimum, hear pretty much anything going on in Metropolis (in some versions, everything on the planet, basically). That means that every time a woman screams for help as she's raped in a city park, Superman can hear her screaming. And can be there to stop it in a heartbeat, before the rapist gets his pants down. And Superman doesn't. He doesn't prevent all crime in the city. He lets it happen. He has reasons for this, of course; if he stops everything, he effectively becomes our God, decreeing what can and can not happen, negating our right to free will and such. But it's a really, really dark conflict, and it's one of the mostly-unmentioned aspects of the character. A character like Batman, you could argue he's across the city or busy with something else, but Superman is, well, Superman.


This is also wrong. His super hearing isn't always active any more than his x-ray vision is. Even Superman is still just one guy and he knows he can't prevent ALL crime. Nor would he want to. He doesn't want to treat all of humanity like children who can't take care of themselves.
 
2013-10-24 11:56:31 AM

Last Man on Earth: You Are All Sheep: You know, considering superman lost his ENTIRE RACE I think he's pretty level headed.  Batman is a complete douchecanoe over just 2 friggin humans.

The difference is that Supes doesn't use the loss of his race as a motivating factor.  Batman is driven entirely by his parents' deaths, so it makes sense that those deaths impact him more.  Especially since Superman was an infant and never actually knew any Kryptonians, and on the rare occasion he meets one, they're almost always total dickbags.


so his being a dickbag is genetic then.
 
2013-10-24 12:01:46 PM

Last Man on Earth: yves0010: This is also why Superman vs the Elite was such a great DCAU movie. You summed up exactly what that movie was about.

I'm glad I did, because that's exactly what I was picturing as I wrote it.  Supes showing people exactly what it's like when he stops holding back was a massive moment.  It gives the Big Blue Boy Scout a lot more depth and personality when you get to see why it's so important that he is.  The Red Son miniseries provided a really good look at this angle too.  I haven't tried Injustice, but I might have to look into the comics now.  Was the game any good storywise, or was it just a generic fighting game with the setting as a backdrop?


I have yet to play the game (story mode wide) but the story mode is on Youtube and yes, it has a great story complete with "holy crap" moments. If you want to know what its about, head there and find it. its about 2 hours long but its worth a look at for how they treat Superman.

Spoilers for Injustice:
It is actually really neat how they treat our Superman vs the Injustice Universe Superman. When our Sups entered their world, every hero from the Injustice world did not trust him even though our heroes said he would never do this. And even though he proved his worth, they Injustice heroes still did not trust our Superman fully.
 
2013-10-24 12:03:23 PM

Last Man on Earth: You Are All Sheep: You know, considering superman lost his ENTIRE RACE I think he's pretty level headed.  Batman is a complete douchecanoe over just 2 friggin humans.

The difference is that Supes doesn't use the loss of his race as a motivating factor.  Batman is driven entirely by his parents' deaths, so it makes sense that those deaths impact him more.  Especially since Superman was an infant and never actually knew any Kryptonians, and on the rare occasion he meets one, they're almost always total dickbags.


I think Batman is now over his Parent's death as of Flashpoint and the letter from his father. I think he is now motivated by Damion's death.
 
2013-10-24 12:06:19 PM
Oh look, another Fark Superman Hating Circle Jerk, where idiots who have never read a comic with the character try to act like experts on the matter.

How interesting!!

LOL at the idiot who said Superman inherited his powers so he's not a hero. I bet Wolverine is your favorite character, no? :P
 
2013-10-24 12:07:00 PM

yves0010: Last Man on Earth: You Are All Sheep: You know, considering superman lost his ENTIRE RACE I think he's pretty level headed.  Batman is a complete douchecanoe over just 2 friggin humans.

The difference is that Supes doesn't use the loss of his race as a motivating factor.  Batman is driven entirely by his parents' deaths, so it makes sense that those deaths impact him more.  Especially since Superman was an infant and never actually knew any Kryptonians, and on the rare occasion he meets one, they're almost always total dickbags.

I think Batman is now over his Parent's death as of Flashpoint and the letter from his father. I think he is now motivated by Damion's death.


Fair enough, haven't been following Batman too closely (honestly more of a Marvel guy).  The whole "driven by loss" thing still holds, though, regardless of who the loss was.
 
2013-10-24 01:11:22 PM

Kyro: [Villain] has it out for Superman.  [Villain] acquires [Weapon/Hostage] and uses it to their advantage in a showdown with Superman.  Superman punches the problem until it stops being a problem.


www.smbc-comics.com
 
2013-10-24 01:28:55 PM

Stile4aly: Superdickery.com

You're welcome.


One of the best sites ever to grace the intertubes
 
2013-10-24 01:31:52 PM

Last Man on Earth: First is the alien/outsider issue, that however much good he does, he's decidedly not one of the humans, and his issues with that.  The rare occasions when people see the Fortress of Solitude and just find it plain creepy are good examples of this.  No matter what he does, how much he tries, he'll be revered as a hero, or even a god, but he won't ever be a person.

The other is the conflict between his ideals and his role as protector



Well technically he's an alien of course but he was raised by a loving family and it's not like he remembers Krypton. Yes, his planet and his parents were destroyed and that sucks but it's not like his parents were gunned down in front of him in Crime Alley and again, he never really knew Krypton.

Everyone on earth loves him, except his various rogue's gallery. He's sort of an outsider because of his powers but it's not like he's an X-Man mutant with purple fur.

The protector thing would be the source of all his angst (superheroes all need angst nowadays). He's dicking around as a reporter at the Daily Planet when he should be out in the world stopping all of the evil shiat that goes on.

That's why I'm Team Zod (I'm talking about the Zod from the Donner movies). Zod as our leader wouldn't put up with any shiat. Terrorism? Nuclear war? Bank of America? Zod and his crew would straighten those cocksuckers out within a day.
 
2013-10-24 01:49:54 PM
Kyro [TotalFark]


Superman is an awful super hero. Everything that is special about him is inherited, not earned.

Like all the X-men, spiderman, etc...
 
2013-10-24 02:25:14 PM

Stile4aly: Superdickery.com

You're welcome.


They owe him a beer.
 
2013-10-24 02:31:34 PM

optikeye: The best of superman being an asshole:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Al7FeEZrH1E


That was awesome. His smile at the end makes it.
 
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