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The Best Comic Fan Art of 2021

  Updated on 16 October, 2021

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Comic Fan Art and Superman

In this article I will discuss where we should see the future of Comic Fan Art. As you probably know, in the last decade or so, there have been several big comic book event series such as the Dark Knight, X-Men, Inhuman, Spiderman and Wolverine. A lot of these superheroes have super powers that were previously unknown, like Batman's bat sense, or Hawkeye's optic blast. A lot of fan art was created related to these superheroes or as mashups of their powers.

One example is a DC Comics storyline titled the Death of Superman, where the last Superman died saving Metropolis from Earth. A character named Parasite had been obsessed with Superman's death, and made his return in the new 52 book titled No Way Forward. He was a robotic villain who was actually adopted by Superman and raised him as his own son. After Superman's death, he was cold heartedly ruthless, wanting to avenge his fallen love. He hacked into the Superman database and downloaded vital data, which included all of Superman's moves, but also all of the loved ones of Superman who had died in the past.

The New 52 book started with an infected Superman, which was recovered after a plane crash near Metropolis. This infection killed Superman and spread across the world. After saving the world once more, Superman went back to sleep, only to be visited by an android who was created by another alien. The android told Superman that he could have any of the powers that he had previously, in exchange for giving up his mind, which he agreed to do in order to save the Earth.

In this new continuity of the DC comics, the character is often seen around Metropolis, and appears on many T shirts. Although he has mostly lost his connection to reality, he still appears to be in a good mood most of the time. Many fans are even unsure if he'll ever regain his human identity, as his identity was stolen by another person in the new continuity. Although none of the characters has officially met, they have both been featured in numerous of videos and comics released throughout the years.

This long standing relationship between Superman and his sidekick, the Parasite, started when a fan wrote a story for a Superman crossover comic book. After the success of this fan fiction, other writers picked up where he left off and did their own Superman crossovers. Since then, there have been several high quality crossover comics featuring Superman and his nemeses.

There is actually a long and interesting history between Superman, his friends and his super powers. Superman, is an extremely popular hero and has been depicted in countless types of media, movies and comics. Some of these early versions of Superman showed Superman as a clumsy billionaire with no real super powers. However, over the past few decades, more modern day Superman comic books and movies have given Superman some impressive new skills. Superman has always been a symbol of hope and strength for people that have been affected by disasters, giving them hope that things will get better and be restored.

A common scene in many modern day Superman comic books and movies is the existence of Clark Kent, who is played by Jimmy Olsen, who was an average teenager in Smallville, Kansas, until Clark Kent was supercharged by an experimental particle accelerator device. Superman's powers began to really take off when he began using the machine on his parents, following the devastation of their home during a tornado. He was then taken under the wing of their family's best friend, Jim, who had also undergone a transformation into a powerful Superman. Clark Kent would go on to battle various supervillains and to save the world more often than not.

A very interesting part of the history of Superman is his connection with the yellow and blue colours that are associated with Superman and his association with S.H. Force. The comic books convention in New York is the top destination for people who love this kind of content and those who follow the news. A great example of this was the last panel of a recent comic book where Superman and Superwoman were about to battle. The panel showed a shot of a destroyed skyline, which looked very reminiscent of the World Trade Center disaster of September 11th, which happened to Superman. This has been a popular subject of discussion, as many people believe Superman and the superheroes are directly responsible for the rise of the USA and its economy.