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"Are there any moral constraints on this person? We have international law. On this Earth, every act is a political act."
―Andrew Sullivan[src]

Andrew Sullivan is a best-selling author, and notable skeptic in regards to the alien hero Superman.


As Superman continues his heroic career in the 2 years following the Black Zero Event, the world continues responding to Superman and what his existence means to the world, with the media referring to it as "The Superman Question". The question sparks quite a bit of controversy worldwide, with many being quick to express their opinions.

Sullivan is seen on a news show, adamantly expressing his position on "The Superman Question." He happens to be among those with openly negative views, with Sullivan questioning whether there are any moral constraints on Superman, and that, due to there being International Law, every one of Superman's acts is a political one. Clark himself saw this interview on television, and was visibly dismayed.[1]