Superman Renounces U.S. Citizenship in ‘Action Comics’ #900

Icons of truth, justice, and the American way are now being used to push a left-wing ideology. DC's Superman is now a globalist, while Marvel's Captain America hunts down "racist" Tea Party members. In reality, both aging publishers are "bitter clingers" to the days of yore when it was popular and trendy to be a lefty political activists.

Laura Hudson|AllianceComics

After recently undertaking a journey to walk — not fly — across the United States in the “Grounded” storyline and reconnect with the country and everyday Americans, Superman appears to be taking another step that could have major implications for his national identity: in Action Comics #900…

…Superman announces that he is going to give up his U.S. citizenship. Despite very literally being an alien immigrant, Superman has long been seen as a patriotic symbol of “truth, justice, and the American way,” from his embrace of traditional American ideals to the iconic red and blue of his costume. What it means to stand for the “American way” is an increasingly complicated thing, however, both in the real world and in superhero comics, whose storylines have increasingly seemed to mirror current events and deal with moral and political complexities rather than simple black and white morality.

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