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DC taking a dump on another idea by Alan Moore that could have easily been used to help their characters transcend the hokey golden age appeal they lost ages ago.

At least that's the way I see it.

If you look at a lot of Moore's early works, you'll see the parallels between DC's characters and those he uses in his own texts. Nite Owl and Batman, hell the whole of Watchmen and the Justice League. They aren't as thinly veiled as Supreme, and maybe it wasn't Moore's intention to initially write these stories using DC's characters, but I bet he would have been willing to bend a little before DC bent him over the desk against his will and used him as they pleased.

Or maybe I'm just a little perturbed that this comic isn't a Superman comic, because it would have brought the Superman franchise the depth it deserved. I can't help but feel that DC is responsible in some way.

This book isn't a parody. This is an in-depth exploration of the collective imagination of a readership and how the relationship between author and audience would be rendered in the fictional world if the dynamic could be encapsulated. It's a critique of the limitations of our seemingly perfect heroes and how they dodge modern problems that, despite their predominance in society, are constantly overlooked by the comic industry. And when they're not overlooked, you get one of three things, He-Man telling you not to let big people touch you in your private places, a token superhero of another race, or:

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And thanks to Marvel, that's how the alliance won the war.

It doesn't take a brilliant mind to see that comic books are ill equipped to deal with real problems in the world. That's why they invented super villains whose greatest power is telling riddles about as difficult as the ones you find on a happy meal box.

Alan Moore touches down on all of that, develops his notion of the collective imagination and the author/audience relationship that you find in his other works like Promethea, and neatly packages it with the help of some great artwork that harkens back to the golden age of comics. That's why this is one of my favorite works by Moore.

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