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• Posted by Admiral Hull
• Date: Saturday, July 8, 2006, at 10:16 a.m.
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• In Response to: ...and totally and finally... (Cap Stewart)

> Besides, why was it so life-and-death important to get rid of Lutherís new
> island? And what was it about taking it up into space that killed Superman
> in the first place?

Well, if Superman waited too long to move the island, chances are it would become too big for even his incredible strength. As for almost getting killed, Superman very cleverly went down through the planet's core, bellow where the crystals themselves actually started, so the layer of ordinary Earth rock could act as a barrier between him and the Kryptonite in the island; however, the chuncks of regular rock soon fell away, exposing the man of steel to the Kryptonite. Thus, by the time Superman got into space to shove the island away, the exposure to the Kryptonite he had received while lifting the thing through the atmosphere had drained him of all his energy and almost killed him.

Done and doone.

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