: I'd rather see him portrayed as a more mature
: Billy when he changes to Cap, i.e., he
: becomes an 'adult' Billy. I thought that's
: how it originally was, not a kid in an adult
: As for the story, after all that waiting, I
: thought it was kind of a letdown. And it
: sets things up so Cap is in a subordinate
: position to Superman, implying that he
: needed 'mentoring' from Superman. Talk
: about revisionism.
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: I thought it was a good ending.
: It showed that Cap was really a kid under
: all that god-like power with too much
: pressure to handle and I think he reminded
: Superman of himself at that age, even though
: Clark was nowhere that powerful at that age,
: which somewhat makes it harder for Billy
: when he's Captain Marvel since his power
: rivals with adult Superman, even though he
: can transform back to a normal human boy.
: In a way they have alot in common, except
: that Billy is like a early bloomer when it
: comes to super-heroics and awesome power.
: This is the way they should write Captain
: Marvel, as a teenager who's forced to be a
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