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January 23, 2009



At the end of the first Titano story, Superman
"projected his super-imagination" across time to see Titano fighting dinosaurs in the Jurassic age or wherever he'd managed to dump the big ape.

I'm not sure, though, whether "super-imagination" is a power, per se.

I mean, my imagination has been pretty super sometimes, especially about girls.


Actually, when the story was first published, Superman used his super-vision to check on Titano through the time barrier. It's only when the story was reprinted that the editors decided Superman shouldn't have time-vision, so they changed the text to read "super-imagination" and whited out the beams coming from his eyes.

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