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Superman Beyond #2 - Grant Morrison, Doug Mahnke
Superman, or a conceptual version of Superman, now awakes in the Cosmic Armor, the armor that is fueled by stories, and filled by Superman, both good and evil. He is now in Nil, world of the Monitors, a place outside the Multiverse, where Superman is able to observe Limbo as a single object. While wearing the armor, Superman’s eyes are green and red, the same colors that the reader would have over each individual eye while wearing the 3D glasses. This alludes to Morrison’s inclusion of textualization, and the reader becoming Superman. The character also breaks diegetic space, as we see Superman’s hand breaking through a panel, and coming out towards the reader in 3D. This is emphasized further down the page by showing Superman’s hand against an empty, white portion of the page. This can be read as the space between panels, or McCloud’s concept of “the gutter”, which has been noticeably increased on this page. [Note: I’ve edited the image with a black border to help emphasize this “gutter” space.] We see Superman extending his hand beyond this space, as he is no longer limited to the diegetic boundaries (literal, as in the panel space and metaphorical, as in the extent of his power) of the comic. Superman learns that the Monitors, at one point in their existence, were “numberless and faceless, until exposure to the struggles of human life changed their essential nature. Until narratives formed around them, like crystals in solution” (Morrison, Mahnke and Alamy 2009, 22). He learns that the Monitors have been feeding off the life force of the Multiverse, becoming addicted to feeding on the essence of life itself. 
(Since this post is getting a tiny bit of attention today, I just want to note that this is a random paragraph from a greater work in progress. If you enjoy this bit, wait until you see the rest.)

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timfastic:

Superman Beyond #2 - Grant Morrison, Doug Mahnke

Superman, or a conceptual version of Superman, now awakes in the Cosmic Armor, the armor that is fueled by stories, and filled by Superman, both good and evil. He is now in Nil, world of the Monitors, a place outside the Multiverse, where Superman is able to observe Limbo as a single object. While wearing the armor, Superman’s eyes are green and red, the same colors that the reader would have over each individual eye while wearing the 3D glasses. This alludes to Morrison’s inclusion of textualization, and the reader becoming Superman. The character also breaks diegetic space, as we see Superman’s hand breaking through a panel, and coming out towards the reader in 3D. This is emphasized further down the page by showing Superman’s hand against an empty, white portion of the page. This can be read as the space between panels, or McCloud’s concept of “the gutter”, which has been noticeably increased on this page. [Note: I’ve edited the image with a black border to help emphasize this “gutter” space.] We see Superman extending his hand beyond this space, as he is no longer limited to the diegetic boundaries (literal, as in the panel space and metaphorical, as in the extent of his power) of the comic. Superman learns that the Monitors, at one point in their existence, were “numberless and faceless, until exposure to the struggles of human life changed their essential nature. Until narratives formed around them, like crystals in solution” (Morrison, Mahnke and Alamy 2009, 22). He learns that the Monitors have been feeding off the life force of the Multiverse, becoming addicted to feeding on the essence of life itself. 

(Since this post is getting a tiny bit of attention today, I just want to note that this is a random paragraph from a greater work in progress. If you enjoy this bit, wait until you see the rest.)

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