The idiosyncratic punctuation of his middle initial has its origins in the days when comic books habitually used exclamation marks at the end of every sentence. Ambiguously Jewish: Maggin’s backstory for Lex Luthor had him as a non observant Jew, but he wasn’t allowed to be unambiguous about it. Did They or Didn’t They?: Lois Lane and Clark Kent, in “Who Took the Super Out of Superman?” Distant Finale: The prose story “Luthor’s Gift,” and the comics story, “The Ghost Of Superman Future.” Expy: Captain Strong, a sailor who got incredibly strong after eating a green plant and had a skinny girlfriend. Holding Out for a Hero: “Must There Be A Superman?” I Just Want to Be Normal: In his Supergirl stories appeared in Superman Family, often Linda Danvers states that she wants to lead a ‘normal life’. Noble Demon: Lex Luthor. Maggin clearly had a soft spot for Lex and viewed him as a Tragic Villain who might actually see redemption some day.
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