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  • Frank Miller does not understand Superman -- and never really has. 1 / 9

  • The core of Superman's character isn't his strength or power... 2 / 9

  • ...but his desire to inspire good in humanity, to make the world better. 3 / 9

  • But he doesn't stand as an authoritarian or ruler. He just wants to help. 4 / 9

  • Miller writes Superman as a foil to Batman -- and that's it. 5 / 9

  • Miller's Superman sees himself as knowing better than humanity. 6 / 9

  • He values order and peace over justice and truth. 7 / 9

  • Miller's Superman is a superpowered cop, he isn't an inspirational figure. 8 / 9

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