How does a superhero who turns rogue regain the trust of the people once again

@Deepizzaguy (11377)
Lake Charles, Louisiana
November 29, 2016 6:09pm CST
One of my pet peeves was the ending of the Superman: The Animated Series which ended in 2000 with the show called "Legacy". In the final show of the final season of "Superman The Animated Series" when Darkseid brainwashed Superman into thinking he was adopted in his planet Apokolips led an invasion of an army to attack his adopted planet before Superman and his cousin Supergirl were captured by the military using their weakness which is Kryptonite. Lois Lane who is Superman's best friend rescues him from an execution for his invasion of Earth. Superman has a final battle with Darkseid in his home planet of Apokolips and beats him but the people of Apokolips worship Darkseid instead of Superman. Superman then returns to Earth but the majority of the people in Metropolis went on record as saying he would not regain his love from them again. Lois Lane told Superman he would regain the trust from the citizens from Metropolis one person at a time. My alternate version would be that another super hero from Lexicon named Wordgirl who is a parody of Superman that made her debut on PBS Kids in 2006 would tell Superman "Don't panic Superman, just retire from crime fighting and train me as your 'niece'. These cretins will not know what hit them." Could you see Superman saying to himself "I have a niece?" Wordgirl would wink at him and tell him "Since my aunt is the masked heel wrestler The Lady Raider take it with a grain of salt." Take that Kids WB.
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@LadyDuck (147094)
• Switzerland
30 Nov 16
Well, this would be an interesting variation, something new added to an "old style" story. Have you contacted the editors to propose your version?
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@Deepizzaguy (11377)
• Lake Charles, Louisiana
30 Nov 16
I have written three scripts for the internet cartoon "Wordgirl Advance" but they have only accepted one of the three scripts called "Unholy Alliance Of Villains" but "Isthmus Sisters Unmasked" and "Don't Be A Pinhead" have yet to be looked at. I seriously doubt anyone at D C Comics or Marvel wants to have a preteen hero like Wordgirl on their shows.
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@LadyDuck (147094)
• Switzerland
1 Dec 16
@Deepizzaguy It's a shame, they should consider new characters. My Mother-in-Law wrote the scripts for the Donald Duck stories published in Italy. She had also invented a character, a cat called Malakia.
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@Deepizzaguy (11377)
• Lake Charles, Louisiana
2 Dec 16
@LadyDuck That is why I created the characters the Isthmus Sisters who are identical twins and Panama Squirrel who is a close family friend. The twins are loosely based on the Wonder Twins of Super Friends fame and Panama Squirrel is based on U S gymnast Gabby "Flying Squirrel" Douglas.
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@allen0187 (32586)
• Philippines
30 Nov 16
Interesting...
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@Deepizzaguy (11377)
• Lake Charles, Louisiana
30 Nov 16
I know that style of writing is off the wall but I am an old school satire writer who admires the preteen hero that played on PBS Kids from 2006-2015.
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@allen0187 (32586)
• Philippines
3 Dec 16
@Deepizzaguy any writing style is fine with me. Reading something new is always welcome.
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