Ah well, it was still fun speculation. And the original Sand Superman saga from 1971 is still my favorite 70s-era Superman story. I stumbled across a cache of this part of the run when I was a kid and read them to tatters. Who could resist a Superman story by Denny O'Neil, Curt Swan, and Murphy Anderson that kicked off with that Neal Adams cover at right?
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It was a terribly engaging theory, that Superman was intended to have been replaced by a Sand creature back in 1988, as a possible get out to the Lois And Clark wedding. And only revealed when the annual in question was finaly printed many years later. Compiled by DB Hughes it was one of the most read articles on Bleeding Cool of the week.
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