Reign of the Supermen #343: The Commander-in-Chief of Steel

Source: Elseworlds 80-Page Giant #1 (1999)
Type: ElseworldsOk, is THIS Earth part of the 52?

Imagine the DC Universe if Superman, leader of the Supercrat Party, became President of the United States. Further imagine that all his villains are part of the Vipublican media. Lex Luthor kinda looks like O'Reilly, doesn't he?
On his 853rd day in office (a magic number if there ever was one), Superman is a President in Crisis, sheltering the storm and red skies as best he can from the White Fortress, his press secretary Jimmy Olsen constantly under fire. Will he survive what LEX News calls Superman Revenge Week? Or will his presidency fall to the evils of Special Prosecutor Zod and the Apokolips Teabaggers?


Mr. Morbid's House Of Fun said...

Cute one Sisk. Does that mean Pete Ross is his Colin Powell, and Lois his Condie Rice?

Siskoid said...

Could be! The only Supercrat we see in the two-page story is Lana Lang and I think she's just a pundit.

Robert said...

I think he looks more like James Carville.

Wayne Allen Sallee said...

Carville has a more pointy head. Take it from one who knows.

Mr. Morbid's House Of Fun said...

I guess I can see where you'd think that, but Lex really does look like alot like a bald Bill O'Reily in that pic.

Hell, I bet he even interrupts his guests when he doesn't agree w/ their point of view, just like O'Reily.


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