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  • Superman (Superdickery)
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  • Superman is universally portrayed as a heroic figure in official DC publications, as is befitting of his status as both their original superhero and also one of their three mascots (the others being Batman and Wonder Woman). However he is not without his moments and a website known as Superdickery has latched onto Superman's more iconic "jerk" moments and heavily altered him into a completely unsympathetic monster by clever use of old comic book covers and strips that show Superman acting in very cruel or unusual manners (made all the more hilarious by the fact that the comics in question are official DC publications).
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  • Superman is universally portrayed as a heroic figure in official DC publications, as is befitting of his status as both their original superhero and also one of their three mascots (the others being Batman and Wonder Woman). However he is not without his moments and a website known as Superdickery has latched onto Superman's more iconic "jerk" moments and heavily altered him into a completely unsympathetic monster by clever use of old comic book covers and strips that show Superman acting in very cruel or unusual manners (made all the more hilarious by the fact that the comics in question are official DC publications). Superman is shown committing all manner of crimes and misdeeds in Superdickery and the authors intent is to show the Man of Steel as an utter sociopath - the famous quote from the website is "Superman Is A Dick".
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