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Amph Daily Bugle or Planet?

Discussion in 'Archive: SF&F: Books and Comics' started by Siths_Revenge, Oct 30, 2006.

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  1. Siths_Revenge

    Siths_Revenge Jedi Youngling star 7

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  2. rumsmuggler

    rumsmuggler Jedi Grand Master star 7

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  3. Darth-Lando

    Darth-Lando Jedi Grand Master star 6

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    Bugle

    J. Jonah Jameson > Perry White
     
  4. Zebra3

    Zebra3 Jedi Master star 5

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    Agreed [face_peace]
     
  5. Raven

    Raven Administrator Emeritus star 6 VIP - Former Mod/RSA

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    Clearly the Planet. It's owned by Bruce Wayne.

    This means that Superman works for Batman. And Batman > all. Therefore, Planet.
     
  6. Siths_Revenge

    Siths_Revenge Jedi Youngling star 7

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    Why doesn't Wayne own The Gotham Globe?
     
  7. Soontir-Fel

    Soontir-Fel Jedi Master star 5

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    Clark Kent works at both.
     
  8. NJOfan215

    NJOfan215 Jedi Master star 5

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    A good refernce to marvel knights spiderman volume 4.

    I'm a marvel fan so i'll say the bugle. Hell maybe even that paper that Sally floyd works for, she's hot.
     
  9. Soontir-Fel

    Soontir-Fel Jedi Master star 5

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    Daily Globe vs Daily Star.
     
  10. alhana_antilles

    alhana_antilles Jedi Youngling star 3

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    Agreed. The Planet.
     
  11. darth-sinister

    darth-sinister Manager Emeritus star 10 VIP - Former Mod/RSA

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    Lex Luthor bought the Daily Planet when it's sales were poor and management ran it into the ground, by turning it into a tabloid. Lex also bought it in retalitation for taking a photo of his daughter Lena and catching him in a moment of weakness. Lex closed it down and either fired everyone or moved them to LexCom. Bruce eventually bought the Planet from Lex, after sticking it to Lex during the NML event. Bruce didn't take as much interest in the Globe, because it's done well for itself. Same with the Gazette.

    This was chronicled in "Superman Forever" #1, "Superman: Save The Planet" #1 and Superman #151. The latter were collected as part of the recent TPB, "The Daily Planet".
     
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