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"American Nightmare": Superman uses the Martian Manhunter's Transconscious Articulator in order to sort out trouble spots between his conscious and subconscious mind. He dreams that Lex Luthor wages an unjust wa


Quote1 I called J'onn. He said you owe him a new "Transconscious Articulator..." and that Chocos will help the headache, but not to touch his private stash in the commissary. Quote2
-- Wonder Woman



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Synopsis for "American Nightmare"

Superman uses the Martian Manhunter's Transconscious Articulator in order to sort out trouble spots between his conscious and subconscious mind. He dreams that Lex Luthor wages an unjust war against the nation of Qurac based on insubstantial evidence.



Notes

  • This book was first published on July 30, 2003.
  • Stand-alone issue.
  • The majority of this issue is Superman's dream.
  • The political ideology demonstrated in this issue is an allegory to the War in Iraq and the social turmoil that it created in the United States as a result.

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