"Injustice: Gods Among Us - Chapter 6": Unshaven and with The Joker's blood still on his arm, Superman sits in the Fortress of Solitude as countless news reports and television stations playback details of the nuclear bomb that was detonated in Metropolis, along with a clip of Commissioner Gordo
Appearing in "Injustice: Gods Among Us - Chapter 6"
- Joker (Mentioned only)
- President of Bialya
- Commissioner Gordon (On a TV or computer screen)
- Injustice: The Regime
Synopsis for "Injustice: Gods Among Us - Chapter 6"
Unshaven and with The Joker's blood still on his arm, Superman sits in the Fortress of Solitude as countless news reports and television stations playback details of the nuclear bomb that was detonated in Metropolis, along with a clip of Commissioner Gordon being questioned over Superman's involvement in The Joker's death. When a news reporter mentions Bialya's communications blackout, to prevent information and news from leaving the country, Superman orders all of the televisions off as he flies out of the Fortress of Solitude.
In the city of Gared, Bialya, a shell is about to hit a small child before Superman shields the child. He helps the child out, who tries to thank him in Arabic even though Superman does not understand. He takes the child back to his mother, who thanks him both in English and Arabic, as do many other people who see him. Superman apologizes for not having been there earlier, and says "I'll stop this." Superman flies to the capital building of Bialya, walks through a wave of bullets and guards who attempt to physically restrain him, grabs the President and flies out of the building, saying he "wants to show [him] something."
They touch down in Gared, whereupon Superman rips the President's shirt off in front of the people he was "supposed to protect." Wonder Woman appears, who asks Superman if he wishes to speak to the world. He says yes, but Diana says to wait until Superman cleans himself up. She also says she will call a press conference at the United Nations building.
Once Superman has shaved and cleaned off the blood, he flies with the President to the United Nations building, where he almost immediately reveals his Earth identity, Clark Kent, to the world. Superman discusses how, as a reporter for the Daily Planet, he spent too much time writing about the evils of the world; as Superman, he spent too much time reacting against evils that had already happened. Superman vows to never let what happened to Metropolis to happen again. He points to the President of Bialya, who "turned his weapons against his own people." Superman says no one has the right to take innocent lives, no matter who they are or what the cause is. Superman calls for a worldwide ceasefire, saying he will personally end conflicts that do not need his warning.
- This Chapter is published in print in Injustice: Gods Among Us #2.
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