October 11, 2004 by W. Blaine Dowler
writes, Superman star Christopher Reeve passed
away on Sunday. News
October 11, 2004 @ 6:13 am
a great loss
Let’s hope someone can pick up his torch and carry it as high.
October 11, 2004 @ 7:10 am
Kryptonsite has a nice tribute page
On the main page, there’s a nice tribute which goes:
“But most will remember this sad day as the day the proudest, most noble man they ever knew finally fell. For those who loved him — one who would call him husband, one who would be his pal, or those who would call him son — this is the darkest day they could ever imagine. They raised him to be a hero: to know the value of sacrifice, to know the value of life. And for those who served with Superman in the protection of all life comes the shock of a failure: the weight of being too late to help. For a city to live, a man had given his all and more. But it’s too late. For this is the day that a Superman died.” – Superman #75, 1992 (written by Dan Jurgens)
October 11, 2004 @ 7:33 am
In the end, it’s not what you do, but who you are
You will be missed, but never forgotten by those you’ve inspired – Rest in Peace, Mr. Reeve
October 11, 2004 @ 5:02 pm
Mr. Reeves was one actor who, in real life, lived up to his well known big screen role. Definitely a hero and a super man!
October 11, 2004 @ 5:33 pm
Christopher Reeve Was An American Hero
Let me share something I ran across on the Internet a while back, a painting called Someone To Believe In that Christopher Reeve liked very, very much. How lucky we were to have a true American hero in Mr. Reeve who showed us how iconic ideals from fiction could be achievable in real life.
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