Video – Superman Panel From Comic-Con@Home

On Saturday, July 24 at 11.00am PT, DC editor-in-chief Marie Javins lead a super discussion with the super talented, multiple Eisner Award-nominated writers Tom Taylor (Superman: Son of Kal-El), Phillip Kennedy Johnson (Action Comics), and Grant Morrison (Superman and the Authority) to discuss the future of the Man of Steel and his family of characters.

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Superman2878
July 25, 2021 10:39 pm

“Truth,Justice and a better world”? According to whom? And in what way?Call me old fashioned, but I prefer the traditional saying “Truth Justice and the American way.” Superman’s motto is part of his history. I really don’t think it’s a good idea to change it. I mean I could understand “Truth Justice and freedom” or “Truth, Justice and hope” as alternatives, but “a better world” sounds like what a dictator might say. Look at injustice Superman for example. He wanted a better world through a dictatorship. What’s to stop Jon from going down that path somewhere down the line? I… Read more »

Last edited 1 month ago by Superman2878
Superman2878
July 26, 2021 12:53 am
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I also wanted to add that Superman and his son have gone through some changes in the past few years. From Clark getting rid of his secret identity, to Jon rapidly aging from a little kid to a young adult. In fact in last week’s opinion poll, the “secret identity should be brought back” came in first place and “Clark is Superman not Jon” in second place. Now Superman has left earth, his son becomes the new Superman, changes the costume and now the motto. How much more will they change Superman before he becomes unrecognizable? I wonder what the… Read more »

Superman2878
July 26, 2021 1:00 am
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I just wanted to say that even though I prefer that Superman keep his “Truth Justice and the American” way motto, I don’t want to know what his politics are. I don’t even mix him in with my own personal politics. I just think that fans can decide for themselves on that. What one fan believes for Superman’s politics may not be what another fan believes. So I just don’t want to know. And I don’t want to be told what his politics are. I think that it could also alienate some fans if it turns out that Superman doesn’t… Read more »