I wanted to talk to you about the Longevity of the Kryptonians, because I had read the prequel of the man of steel. Kara Zor-El came here 20,000 years ago, so this means she's been here for thousands of years, and when you saw the longevity about Kryptonians, I thought I'd put it in some characters who were exposed to the Yellow Sun of the Terra, such as Kal-El, Zod and Faora-Ul. But I thought that Kryptonians can also be half immortal, due to the fact that they are immune to aging and disease, which is why I put this too, but I fear that no one has shown it yet, until the release of Justice League 2 of Snyder
So, this is a theory that I thought about it a lot, and I also put it, but at the same time I would not want Christhewalrus to cancel it, because it came to my mind watching Avengers Endgame, and it is a theory that I would not like to come canceled, at most correct, if I did something wrong. Here it is:
Longevity: Rogers' accelerated cure rate kept him alive and stopped his aging while he was frozen in ice and placed in a cryogenic state. Furthermore, its regenerative properties also allowed him to live far beyond that of a normal human being, being almost one hundred and twenty years old. However, his ability not to age slowly like normal humans has its limitations; for example, as a result after returning in the 1940s to be with Peggy Carter, he was still alive about eighty years later in 2023, despite the fact that all the time had passed and all the years Rogers had been alive before to travel back on time.
This theory is about Steve Rogers, I didn't write it, but he thought about writing it, because it really happened.
Longevity: The accelerated healing rate of Super Soldier Serum allows Barnes to age slower than a normal human being and to be immune to the diseases that normally affect an average man. However, the ability not to age slowly like normal humans has its limitations. In addition, Super Soldier's Serum kept Barnes alive and stopped Barnes' aging when HYDRA kept him in suspended animation in a Cryostasis Chamber where he was cryo-frozen after each mission.
Instead, I wrote this theory, I don't know if I was wrong or if you want to correct something. You can find it in Barnes' regenerative healing factor, if Christhewalrus hasn't already canceled it.
Now that I have shown you these two characteristics, I want to tell you that a science fiction theory that I thought of telling you came to mind, but I would not like to put: The longevity that Steve Rogers and Bucky Barnes have comes from the Super Soldier Serum that flows in their veins, which also kept them both alive, stopping their aging in the process.
Steve was hibernated in the ice for 70 years, until his body was miraculously found alive by S.H.I.E.L.D., but his advanced metabolic rate kept him alive all that time, stopping his aging in the process.
As for Barnes, however, what he experienced was very equal to Steve, but he was very different at the same time. While he was frozen in the Arctic ice, Bucky was put into suspended animation in a Cryostatic Chamber to prevent him from growing old after each mission, except when he was unlocked for them, otherwise they kept him in hibernation.
Anyway, what I mean is that cryogenic longevity is not their superpower, don't believe that I don't understand it, I know, but their longevity derives from the fact that they both have Super Soldier Serum flowing in their veins and that allows them to age slower than a normal human being. However, their longevity also has its limits, as demonstrated by Steve, when he returned to the present after Peggy Carter's death in 2016. Steve was 70/75 years old, although he was older by age than he showed before.
I had thought that even in Barnes he could demonstrate the same effect that Steve had, but the former did not want to go back to the past with the latter because of his past as a killer and did not want to risk meeting the bad self of the past, albeit rarely, so it has not yet been proven whether Barnes could age like Steve.
It's interesting and you might be right. An ordinary man would be dead at Steve Rogers' age in 2023, also since Bucky hasn't been around much after being frozen and the Snap, we haven't really seen his longevity power just yet. But all and all, good theory.
Hey Nomad, the Category "Images from (insert movie name here)" is for screenshots from the movie, so in future, please just make sure not to use the category for promotional images of said movie. Thanks. :)
I said man of steel 2 was scrapped. a couple of days later it was announced Cavill was comin back but I couldn't get to you cause I was blocked by makeshift for Vandalism ): also Im here to say I was wrong.
Is there any source we can add for the Pete Savage article? Also, I think it's safer to hold off on creating The Batman character articles because there is some doubt as to whether the film will be a DCEU film or not.
If you're right and that TheBatman isn't a part of the DCEU, what do you say we make a deal? We ask an admin to create a TheBatman wiki website and we take all or most of the pages related to TheBatman and we both work on it together. That is once we get confirmation. How does that sound?
Just to add to this conversation if I might, if it does eventuate that The Batman isn't a part of the DCEU (and as of currently, we only have confirmation that it is, despite conflicts), anyone is welcome to create their own wiki around the topic, and I'd be happy to let you transfer the content over.
There is no practical use for using default sort on those pages. Those articles are literally titled after the character's superhero alias's, so if someone was looking for them in a category, they'd be looking for the article name, aka, their superhero alias. The reason default sort is used on pages WITHOUT superhero alias titles is because they use normal names, ex: Renee Montoya, and last names are categorized first when doing something like that. i figured that was obvious considering that's how every article worked but I guess that wasn't enough.
Hey, thanks for helping out with the pages I've been working on. In the case of Panda Man though, he did go down with the helicopter. I cited my sources and commented more details on the page, but he's on the chopper on page 273 of the novelization, and it goes down killing everyone aboard without him getting off.
The cockpit wasn't shown in the movie, so there's no confirmation in the movie. I looked through the canon rules the other day though, and since the novelization provides detials not in conflict with the film, the wiki rules consider it canon.