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So now, does Superman hate the police too?

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"Now that he's been outed, Superman's relationship with everyone around him has completely changed. Some are supportive, and grateful, surprised to learn that he's been living among them all along. Others, however, have a chip on their shoulder, resenting all the supervillains that he has attracted.

Unfortunately for him, most of the angriest folks are cops. "

Of course there is zero anti-police bias in the Yahoo news article: "it's a moment that echoes similar events that have unfolded across the country recently in cities like Ferguson and Baltimore, where law enforcement — primed to use excessive force — attempt to strong-arm peaceful citizensinto submission."

That part of the DOJ report about Off Wilson doing nothing wrong or the M.E. Report that the deceased fell in the back of a moving van, must have been slightly overlooked by the author. A simple oversight I am sure.

https://www.yahoo.com/finance/news/superman-comic-just-took-police-173832022.html
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Comic books, the actual graphic novels, are nothing but left- wing propaganda and have been for at least two decades. The movies, cartoons, and television shows are mostly left alone to be peddled to mainstream audiences, but the actual comic books are politically correct drivel.
 
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It wouldn't surprise me in the least to learn that the usual cop haters read comic books for information, inspiration and political orientation. And when they read, each word is read out loud.
 
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"Now that he's been outed, Superman's relationship with everyone around him has completely changed. Some are supportive, and grateful, surprised to learn that he's been living among them all along. Others, however, have a chip on their shoulder, resenting all the supervillains that he has attracted.

Unfortunately for him, most of the angriest folks are cops. "

Of course there is zero anti-police bias in the Yahoo news article: "it's a moment that echoes similar events that have unfolded across the country recently in cities like Ferguson and Baltimore, where law enforcement — primed to use excessive force — attempt to strong-arm peaceful citizensinto submission."

That part of the DOJ report about Off Wilson doing nothing wrong or the M.E. Report that the deceased fell in the back of a moving van, must have been slightly overlooked by the author. A simple oversight I am sure.

https://www.yahoo.com/finance/news/superman-comic-just-took-police-173832022.html
Super Duper Man is concerned with excessive use of force? Holy civil rights Bats Man!
 

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FWIW To save money the publisher can reissue the WWII editions and put badges on the storm troopers.

(sarcasm: for those that have a hard time recognizing it)
 
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