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Head Writer: Paul Dini
Writers for #50: Jimmy Palmoitti & Justin Gray
Writer for #49: Tony Bedard
Writer for #48: Adam Beechen
Artist for #50: J. Calafiore
Artist for #49: Carlos Magno
Artist for #48: Peter Lopez
Inker for #50: Mark McKenna
Inker for #49: Jay Leisten
Inkers for #48: Don Hillsman and Alvaro Lopez
Colorist for #50 & 48: Tom Chu
Colorist for #49: Rod Reis
Senior Editor: Mike Marts
Associate Editor: Jeannie Schaefer

I list everyone because no one is walking away without some sort of blame for this.

Warning some violence and light racism.

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In the 1980s and 90s, the Superman comics were undergoing something of a refit, with creators such as John Byrne (who has become contraversial since for different reasons) being one of the architects of the post-Crisis Superman side of things.

Part of that change came in the form of this baffling two part story, where DC in their wisdom thought that it would be a good idea to have Superman and Big Barda getting mindcontrolled into taking part in porn films as part of an exiled New God's scheme to finance his future invasion of Apokolips.

I'm 100% serious.

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"Superman: American Alien" will be a new DC Comics 7-issue mini-series by Max Landis... Wait, what?

Mug shot and Clark on a boat. )
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You know who REALLY disliked "Superman as government stooge"? The creative teams on the Superman books at the time! Jerry Ordway said in the "From Crisis to Crisis" Superman podcast that he want to make it clear Superman ISN'T one to follow orders blindly.

Lies and corruption. )
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In the requests thread, [personal profile] thatnickguy asked about this oddball cover:

I thought I'd go ahead and post a few pages from the story, since (for once) things happen pretty much exactly the way they're shown on the cover. And Elliot S! Maggin's Luthor is always worth posting.

Superman #286, 1975
"The Parasite's Power Play!"
Written by Elliot S! Maggin
Art by Curt Swan & Bob Oksner
(4 2/3 pages out of 14)

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