Dave Galanter
December 1st 1969 - December 12th 2020
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little kon-el

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Orion Prime

Subj: Re: I don't think it's the original....
Posted: Wed Jan 17, 2007 at 05:42:04 pm EST (Viewed 1 times)
Reply Subj: Re: I don't think it's the original....
Posted: Wed Jan 17, 2007 at 11:46:34 am EST (Viewed 1 times)

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> > Is it the same guy from Starman? This look and Dawnstar have not existed since Zero Hour. The Danny Blaine/ Starman that helped Jack Knight was the post Zero Hour hero, which might be a different Starman. Since Waid’s reboot the post Zero Hour Starman doesn’t even exist. I hope it is the original.
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> If only because there was a Dawnstar in that post-boot future version of the Legion too. We could see her in the "Legion of Superheroes" splash with Superboy and Supergirl. The idea is that this Starman is far into even what we saw in the post-boot future legion stories, so seeing Dawnstar in the mix doesn't automatically make it the pre-boot legion.
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> Wow that sounds complicated when you write it all out.
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> - little kon-el

Check out the pre-crisis Legion. I'm not sure of the history of Starman and how this character has interacted with him, but the man behind the mask is Thom Kallor. He seems to be able to fly under his own power again. I am wondering if he has regained the powers he received from a comet fly by, which were close to Superboy's level.

The arm of Dawnstar looked like that of the pre-crisis version.
I look forward to seeing more of these characters who are rich in history.

> > > Is it the same guy from Starman? This look and Dawnstar have not existed since Zero Hour. The Danny Blaine/ Starman that helped Jack Knight was the post Zero Hour hero, which might be a different Starman. Since Waid’s reboot the post Zero Hour Starman doesn’t even exist. I hope it is the original.
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> > If only because there was a Dawnstar in that post-boot future version of the Legion too. We could see her in the "Legion of Superheroes" splash with Superboy and Supergirl. The idea is that this Starman is far into even what we saw in the post-boot future legion stories, so seeing Dawnstar in the mix doesn't automatically make it the pre-boot legion.
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> > Wow that sounds complicated when you write it all out.
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> > - little kon-el
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> Check out the pre-crisis Legion. I'm not sure of the history of Starman and how this character has interacted with him, but the man behind the mask is Thom Kallor. He seems to be able to fly under his own power again. I am wondering if he has regained the powers he received from a comet fly by, which were close to Superboy's level.
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He doesn't have Superboy-like powers. Originally, he had these mass-altering powers. But then he went through the tail of a comet and gained Superboy-like powers. But when the radiation went away, he still had the mass-altering powers (which you see in the story).

- little kon-el
> The arm of Dawnstar looked like that of the pre-crisis version.
> I look forward to seeing more of these characters who are rich in history.


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