(Shake Shake Shake) Shake Your Booty
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(Shake Shake Shake) Shake Your Booty

Updated: 7 Sep 2020
Interviewer, Journalist
4 years ago
One of the big complaints about Man of Steel and Batman v Superman is that they were far too serious in tone. There is plenty of room for levity in a Superman story; not everything has to be weighed down by the relevance and importance of being such an important fictional character. With that being said, if you go too far into lighthearted stories, you end up with "Super-Disco Fever" from Superman Family #196. Even thought Clark Kent is supposed to be a nerdy reporter, he inexplicably has a fan club of hot young women. They drag him into a local disco, and force him to judge a "Dance Like John Travolta" competition. As this is happening, Clark uses his X-Ray vision to spot a staff member from a rival disco planting bombs beneath the dance floor. The disco wars had gotten so harsh, only terrorism and mass-killings could determine who truly has Night Fever.