Talk:Super-Sons of Earth-E
It's impossible comic wise to say whether these are the same "super sons", Haney or no. The Imaginary Stories is conjecture, I will re-word, though the term is used in entries here. --MatterEaterLad 10:01, 16 September 2008 (UTC)
The entries are a bit low on info, someone needs to add to give, thankfully, every tale besides the earlier one and that's taken care of, is on-line and linked! So all one has to do is read them and add away!
--Super Monkey 18:42, 14 August 2006 (EDT)
Do you think its worth it to add a new entry for the 2 1970 stories, since they are a little different, and maybe imaginary?--MatterEaterLad 19:01, 14 August 2006 (EDT)
They appear to be different characters to me. So you can add them if you like. Was the told called imaginary, if yes, then yes, if not then... humm..
--Super Monkey 19:46, 14 August 2006 (EDT)
Well, I asked on a thread a while ago, Lee smmens and Osgood Peabody couldn't give me a definite answer either...between the Haney Super-Sons and these Super-Sons: similarities are same names, ages about the same, both have "un named" mothers that are married to Superman and Batman that never show their faces...differences are, Superman Jr. is a klutz and Batman Jr. is a wonder kid, and Superman ends up giving up his powers to give Superman Jr. his powers back...unfortunately, the comic never says imaginary story anywhere...I found one internet source that says these Super Sons are PROBABLY imaginary based on what seems to happen to Superman (no powers at the end)...if it is a new entry, should I call them "Super-Sons (imaginary)"? I can fill in the details of their stories, I bought the first issue myself in 1970...--MatterEaterLad 19:56, 14 August 2006 (EDT)