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Discussion in 'The Story Board' started by EthanMcPowersII, May 29, 2015.

  1. EthanMcPowersII

    EthanMcPowersII New Member

    Apr 20, 2015
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    Superman is undoubtedly the world's most famous superhero. Every comic book company has at least one character inspired by Superman if not more, including Marvel. Even DC has a few extra characters inspired by him.

    This thread is your chance to create your own Superman.


    Sentinel is actually a combination of Superman and Batman.

    Like Superman, he's the last alien from a dying planet. But, when he was sent to Earth, he was the same age as Batman when his parents were killed. He only has one alien power which is super-regeneration. However, his regeneration isn't effective against supernatural attacks, so when he was attacked by vampires, he didn't keep him from transforming.

    One major difference between Sentinel and both Superman and Batman is that he has a foster brother who kind of like a modern day old testament prophet, and his brother was able to help Sentinel regain his sanity before Sentinel hurt anyone. His brother also gifted him with the ability to turn water into blood.

    Note: I don't make it a habit to randomly create vampire characters, only if there is a reason for it, in Sentinel's case, it's because he's a cross between Superman and Batman. Vampires are nocturnal and are associated with bats (Batman) and they have superpowers (Superman).

    In my comics, vampires are not actually supernatural creatures, they are actually victims of an alien virus create during the middle ages.

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