Improbable Previews: Superman And Batman Debate The Morality Of Punching Nazis In Super Sons #1

Every so often, comic book publishers send out previews of upcoming comics without any of the lettering finished. The result, while pretty to look at, leaves readers wondering just what the hell is going on in those pages. Well, wonder no more.

Here at Bleeding Cool, we have combined decades of experience in reading comic books, so we can tell what's happening, even without the words. Using that knowledge, we've lettered these previews ourselves, using our best guess at what the dialog should actually be. We can't guarantee 100% accuracy- in fact, our accuracy may be much lower than that – but we can guarantee that it's better than looking at a bunch of unfinished pages.

In this issue of Improbable Previews, Batman, Superman, and their families have a complex discussion about current events. Does free speech guarantee freedom from consequences? Is it ever okay to use violence to solve a problem? Is it okay to use violence to solve a problem… when the problem is a Nazi? Super Sons #1, from Peter Tomasi and Jorge Jimenez, will be in stores on February 15. It may or may not answer these questions. Until then, you'll have to get by on this four page preview.

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Improbable Previews: Superman And Batman Debate The Morality Of Punching Nazis In Super Sons #1

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