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"Injustice: Gods Among Us - Chapter 7": At the United States Drone Command, in Nevada, an army officer fires a missile from a remote drone in an unknown but presumably Middle Eastern country. Before the target is destroyed, Superman intervenes and detonates the missile prematurely, saving the ta


Quote1 Know this. You're never going to see your parents again. They're somewhere even you can't find or touch. But they are alive. The old man put up a bit of a fight, and I had to take the fight out of him with some good old-fashioned violence, but he'll live. Quote2
-- Mirror Master



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  • Drone Command personnel
  • White House personnel

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Synopsis for "Injustice: Gods Among Us - Chapter 7"

At the United States Drone Command, in Nevada, an army officer fires a missile from a remote drone in an unknown but presumably Middle Eastern country. Before the target is destroyed, Superman intervenes and detonates the missile prematurely, saving the target's life and those of other innocent people on the ground.

In the White House, the President of the United States discusses this with his advisers and military officials. They discuss Superman's impact on the world, which he has decided to police and protect. The President asks what they can do, to which one of his advisers mentions an intricate plan to inhibit Superman's efforts to interfere with the United States' affairs. The plan is executed, through a series of shell companies as to remove any sign of the President's involvement.

A group of soldiers, accompanied by Mirror Master, infiltrate the home of Jonathan and Martha Kent. Jonathan and Martha hear the intruders, who Jonathan attempts to fight. A soldier retaliates and knocks him unconscious. Mirror Master forces Jonathan and Martha into a mirror after ordering the other soldiers to set the Kent's home on fire.

Superman enters, having felt his adoptive parents in danger. He comes across a mirror that Mirror Master left, along with a family photo of the Kents meant to taunt Superman. Mirror Master says he will never see his parents again, and that future attempts to meddle with the United States' affairs or those of other governments will results in the torture or death of the Kents. If Superman complies, Mirror Master will "start sending little pieces of ... them." The comic ends as the picture of the Kents burns into ash.

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