Superman's motto gets a modern update: 'Truth, Justice and a Better Tomorrow'

Superman’s iconic motto, “Verità, Giustizia e American Way,” sta ricevendo un aggiornamento ufficiale per la prima volta da decenni.

“Verità, Giustizia e un domani migliore” will be Superman’s new motto, a change that was announced Saturday by DC Chief Creative Office and Publisher Jim Lee, during DC’s FanDome. (CNN and DC Comics are both part of WarnerMedia.)
To better reflect the storylines that we are telling across DC and to honor Superman’s incredible legacy of over 80 years of building a better world, Superman’s motto is evolving,” Lee said. “Superman has long been a symbol of hope who inspires people, and it is that optimism and hope that powers him forward with this new mission statement.
    This isn’t the first time recent comics have edited theAmerican waypart of the motto. In the first edition ofSuperman: Son of Kal-El,” which features the son of Lois Lane and Clark Kent, Jon, as the new Superman and was published in July, Jon states that he stands for “Verità. giustizia. And a Better World.Saturday’s announcement establishes a more canonical change for the classic motto linked to Clark Kent’s Superman.
      Even though fans may associate theAmerican waycatchphrase with comics, the phrase actually goes back to Superman’s transition to radio in the 1940s and TV in the 1950s.
        As Erik Lundegaard wrote in the New York Times, when the radio show made its debut during World War II, “We were all fighting for the American way. Why shouldn’t Superman?”
        But in the decades since, filmmakers have toyed with the phrase’s usage.
          Nel 2006 film “Superman Returns,” Daily Planet editor Perry White asks about Superman, back after a long absence: “Does he still stand for truth, giustizia, tutta quella roba?”
          Più recentemente, il 2013 film “Man of Steelportrayed Superman as having a tense relationship with the US government, which approaches the notion of an alien visitor with extraordinary powers warily, asking how one can be certain he won’t act against the country’s interests.
            I grew up in Kansas, General,” Superman, played by Henry Cavill, dice. “I’m about as American as it gets.
            The new motto isn’t the only change the Superman universe has seen in the last week. Martedì, it was announced that Jon Kent is bisexual. In the fifth issue of the DC comic seriesSuperman: Son of Kal-El,” Jon Kent will confirm his sexuality, after falling for Jay Nakamura, a male reporter, DC announced.

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