This New Superman Comic Brilliantly Sums Up the Struggle Against Police Brutality
By Kyle Jaeger / attn.com
Aug 5, 2015

DC Entertainment has undergone some major changes as part of its summer revamp, and one of the most compelling characters to come out of the latest series is a comic book superhero we all thought we knew: Superman.

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Not only does the Man of Steel nearly lose his powers, but he also loses his anonymity when Lois Lane reveals his identity, leaving Clark Kent especially vulnerable. In "Action Comics" #41-42, created by Greg Pak and Aaron Kuder, Superman is barred from the Fortress of Solitude—the only place on Earth that connected him to his alien homeworld—and now he must combat an unexpected force, the Metropolis police.
 

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This New Superman Comic Brilliantly Sums Up the Struggle Against Police Brutality