Why not just move the kid
"This just in on Channel 7 News, Superman is having a lawsuit filed against him for willingly destroying private property and injuring train conductors. His defense 'I was saving a boys life'. When asked why he took the extra effort to hurt others on board and destroy private property instead of grabbing the kid he had no response"
@Marine Scientist, its superman, he clearly has to kill as many people as possible as collateral damage that is his duty.
@Marine Scientist, judging by this picture, I'd say that he didn't have a lot of time to move the child. If he were to try to move the child, he would have needed to move at incredible speeds which might have broken the child's neck unless superman put a hand behind the child's head to stop whiplash. Granted it is possible to save the child instead of stopping the train, but without further information it is unclear as to whether or not that would have been a good choice. This reply is long, but I love Supes.
@Swolekage, because fvck you that's why
@Marine Scientist, because last time he became a sex offender.
@afro samurai2012, only downside to your argument is that he would then instead have to stop the train at incredible speeds, likely killing the train conductor anyways. If Superman had time to stop the train, he should have had time to move the boy.
@Tytinn, aye that is correct. It is unwise to assume there is no person on the train so in either case someone would have been either hurt or killed. Granted supes can think and move at ridiculous speeds so one can assume he thought out a plan and decided the child's life held more weight than the life and the conductor and the value of the train. It seems to be a case of divert a train to save one at the cost of many ethical debate. Again, without further context it's hard to say. I'm willing to give supes the benefit of the doubt and assume, somehow, no one was on the train and he had no time to safely move the boy. If I can find the relevant comic I'll come back to this discussion. Funny, all this over a silly meme.
@afro samurai2012, the only problem is that if you look on the top left of the picture you can see somebody in the train. I imagine though that it is possible that he found the best place to stop the train without seriously injuring anyone on board.
@Marine Scientist, because they wouldn't prove his point
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Kid: “Gee golly! Thanks mister!”
I love the modern drawing of the classic Superman
It's dumb that he's having to try
Kid has the reaction time of a freight train
Psshhh. Netflix is merely the blindfold and the earbuds I use.