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Superman: For Tomorrow


Volume: 2

Publisher: DC Comics

Series Year: 2004

Published Year: 2005

Writer: Brian Azzarello

Artist: Jim Lee

Inker: Scott Williams

Colorist: Alex Sinclair

Letterer: Rod Leigh, Nick J. Napolitano

Genre: SuperHero, Crime, genre,

Contributor(s): Alex Inskeep, Andrew Tooze

How does this comic relate to a sacred text?

The Name of Text: The Bible, Hebrew Bible, Genesis 2, Psalm 109:11

The relation: Story plot in comic reflects a plot in a sacred text
Scripture was quoted in comic

Main Character: Superman

Entry: p. 54: Lois Lane in Superman’s constructed “perfect” reality in the Phantom Zone. On the following pages he says, “She makes me..human? No. I can’t be that. But she does make me…a man.” Louis Lane is picking an apple in the art and quoting "the fruits of labor" 76: In the Phantom Zone, Jor-El complete Superman’s statement, “The responsibility of the a son…”"

External Links:
https://www.biblegateway.com/quicksearch/?quicksearch=fruits+of+labor&version=NIV https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Genesis+2&version=NIV