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Superman No Longer An American

He prefers ‘rootless cosmopolitan’

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From the new story.(LAT)

In the story, Superman decides to renounce his U.S. citizenship when the Secret Service tells him he should not have attended a nonviolent protest against the Iranian regime in Tehran.

Look, just be glad I didn’t go with a joke about his birth certificate from Krypton.

Superman Renounces U.S. Citizenship in Latest Issue of Action Comics [LAT]

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BrooklynNY says:

Ludicrous. Truly stupid. Not surprising, though. What the hell happened to Truth, Justice, and the American Way???

I’m so sick of anti-Americanism infecting (yes, infecting) every aspect of our society. How many kids are going to read this and have a little kernel of this insanity planted in their heads? “Well, Superman doesn’t even want to be American! We must really suck! Let’s be French – or Iranian!”

It’s a sad day for America. Shame on you, Action Comics.

Berny says:

It’s a sign of the times. America’s on going constant war and imperialism, the alienation that it caused in America
s real superhereos. The irony of the support of the destruction of the middle class by the middle class.

Im glad DC comics updated the superman story.

J Carpenter says:

I’m glad his was a “good” invasion from the planet Krypton, what with the current spate of evil alien invasion themes in film and on t.v. Truth and justice transcend nationalism, as I recall. . . .

Daniel says:

“Truth and justice transcend nationalism, as I recall . . .”
Where do you recall it from? What international orgnaization or group ever liberated an unfree people or protected their liberty, in any way comparable to the US armed forces?

Daniel says:

A force more powerful thank kryptonite, proves to be the previously hard-left ideas (e.g., anti-Americanism) that now infect mainstream liberalism.

Appreciate it for that excellent writeup. Anyhow, how could we talk?

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Superman No Longer An American

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