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Within these pages I met a head-bashing Superman who took no prisoners, who made his own law and enforced it with his fists, who gleefully intimidated his foes with a wicked grin and a baleful glare. A Superman who reveled in his strength, who clearly enjoyed raising a little hell and who didn't care who got in his way as he bounded through Metropolis meting out his own brand of justice... Whoever this was in the red cape, he was no super-cop. He was a super-anarchist. How could he have started out so different?

Mark Waid
Superman: The Action Comics Archives Vol. 1


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