By Matthew Kadish,
August 24, 2021
In his 83 years of existence, Superman has been the gold standard by which all other superheroes are judged. Created in 1938 by writer Jerry Siegel and artist Joe Shuster, he’s become the most iconic comic book character ever – recognized the world over as a paragon of what it means to be a true hero. And in the golden age of comics, Superman came to embody the ideals of America itself, his motto being “truth, justice, and the American way.”
But all that is changing, for some reason. In the growing age of woke Hollywood, where Americanism is looked down upon in favor of globalist ideals, Superman is slowly being stripped of everything that makes him, well, Superman.