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Superman's Pal

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little kon-el

Subj: Re: Karkull's energy is like radiation...
Posted: Mon Nov 26, 2007 at 03:40:56 am EST (Viewed 2 times)
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Posted: Mon Nov 19, 2007 at 12:26:07 pm EST (Viewed 2 times)

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I always took Karkull's energy to be like radiation, so that when he exploded, he irradiated most of the East Coast and possibly parts of the midwest with his radiation that drifted due to a North Westerly breeze. That way, many people in the US look much younger than they actually are due to Karkull's radiation, but the JSA took the brunt of it, so they're the ones who benefit the most from the radiation.

- l.k.

> I always took Karkull's energy to be like radiation, so that when he exploded, he irradiated most of the East Coast and possibly parts of the midwest with his radiation that drifted due to a North Westerly breeze. That way, many people in the US look much younger than they actually are due to Karkull's radiation, but the JSA took the brunt of it, so they're the ones who benefit the most from the radiation.

How much life energy do you reckon Karkull had in him anyway? Out of the 8 or 10 future Presidents he was targeting for death, he only succeeded in killing one. Did that give him one man's potential life energy or millions, based on all the people's lives that President would touch? I always thought he'd only absorbed about one man's life energy. If that man had lived another 80 years then that's how many extra years were distributed amongst the JSA, each of 'em got an extra decade or so. I guess it must have been more than that but I never thought it would be enough to blanket the East Coast. But you do raise an interesting question, maybe there was more potential life energy there than I considered.





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