Clark Kent's Journalistic Integrity Called into Question in Superman #20 [Preview]

Superman #20 hits stores from DC Comics next week, by "The Great One" Brian Bendis, Ivan Reis, and Joe Prado. And in the wake of Superman revealing his identity, it's time to ask an important question near and dear to our hearts here at Bleeding Cool, a bastion of journalistic integrity…

Superman #20 [Preview]

…is it fair that Superman has been masquerading as journalist Clark Kent?

Superman #20 [Preview]

Meanwhile, we find Superman, as the cover tells us, at the mercy of Mongul.

Superman #20 [Preview]

It's Mongul's plan to "use Earth as a toilet," which is pretty gross, considering there's no way to "flush" the Earth.

Superman #20 [Preview]

That means Mongul plans to leave a big, steaming cosmic space dump all over the planet.

Superman #20 [Preview]

Of course, this wouldn't be Bendis's first cosmic space dump, if we count his Guardians of the Galaxy run.

Superman #20 hits stores on Wednesday.

SUPERMAN #20
DEC190508
(W) Brian Michael Bendis (A/CA) Joe Prado, Ivan Reis
The United Planets is a perfect, beautiful idea…that completely flies in the face of everything the barbaric Mongul has been fighting for his entire life. Mongol will destroy the United Planets and Superman with it. And he said something about using Earth as his toilet. Which doesn't sound very nice. The return of one of Superman's biggest and baddest villains…bigger and badder than ever!
In Shops: Feb 12, 2020
SRP: $3.99

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