|As a poly guy who believes in God and His Son, I thought I'd add my own spin on the symbol.|
Thorns of Chaos: Chapter 22 ~ Societal Struggles3 weeks went by since the discovery of Amy's new psychic plateau. Though Shadow insisted that she limit the use of her powers, the girl still found herself stubbornly testing her limits wherever she could. Naturally, this led to multiple arguments between the couple, arguments that were never truly settled.Thorns of Chaos: Chapter 22 ~ Societal Struggles by UltimateGameMaster
While Amy understood the dangers that Shadow was alluding to, she still felt that she should grow stronger and be powerful enough to face them. It was no longer within her nature to shy away from danger, after all. From Shadow's perspective, though he was proud of her growth and progress, there was still too much uncertainty surrounding her new abilities. After all, being able to read the minds of and – possibly - telekinetically touch every person on the entire planet? That was unheard of! And, ultimately, too dangerous to leave unchecked.
It was this point from which Shadow based his side of their latest argument that very night.
"Listen to me, Amy. You don't yet understand
I am an emotional person, and prone to depression and mood swings. I'm currently taking steps to deal with it, but it is a slow process.
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what still bugs me (Man of Steel reactions)I didn't mind the Man of Steel, like at all. It wasn't perfect, (Pa Kent being the biggest example for me) but still feel like it doesn't deserve nearly half the grief it gets.
People complained about how he killed Zod. This always bothered me. Because anyone who has EVER read the comics, or even seen the second Superman movie knows that Zods tend to die. A lot. 9.5 times out of 10 it's at the hands of Superman.
And because I'm bored here are some examples.
The Silver Age Zod was just another Kryptonian criminal stuck in the Phantom Zone who occasionally managed to escape now and then, only to be driven back time and again by Superman.
The first actual death of a Zod happened in 1988, post-Crisis on Infinite Earths. Here's Superman exposing Zod and his two cronies to Green Kryptonite (back when the hunks of rock came in all sorts of colors with varying effects). They hailed from a pocket reality where they had managed to come to that Earth and basically killed EVERYONE on it. Knowing t