Superman still stands for truth and justice, but he switched out the American way in his famous motto.
As a nod to the past and an eye on the future, DC Comics announced Saturday that the iconic superheros signature catchphrase Truth, justice, and the American way had gotten omitted as he attempted to make Sense of the Past and look to The Future.
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According to a DC release, the character's new motto of Truth, Justice, and A Better Tomorrow will better reflect the global stories we're telling across DC and honor his incredible legacy of over 80 years of building sacrosanct societies. Superman has long been a symbol of hope that inspires people from all over the world, and it is that optimism and hope which drives him forward with this new mission statement.
The new motto, which will be used in the main series for Clark Kents Superman and will appear across all media, including comic books, film, TV, video games, and more, was announced by DC.
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