Superman Gives Up His U.S. Citizenship In Action Comics latest issue, Superman proclaims himself a citizen of the universe after clashing with the U.S. government. Which puts rather a dent in his longtime motto: Truth, justice and the American way.
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Superman Gives Up His U.S. Citizenship

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Superman Gives Up His U.S. Citizenship

Superman Gives Up His U.S. Citizenship

Superman Gives Up His U.S. Citizenship

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In Action Comics latest issue, Superman proclaims himself a citizen of the universe after clashing with the U.S. government. Which puts rather a dent in his longtime motto: Truth, justice and the American way.

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