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Superman: Man of Steel Vol 1 47

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Superman: Man of Steel Vol 1 47

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"Sins of the Father": Although Perry Whiteand Franklin Stern disagree on almost everything, they once risked their lives together to foil a racist organization. The sheriff of the small town in which this took place was the father of [[



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  • Lenny Chee
  • Chuck Mellenstrand
  • billboard worker
  • police officers (Flashback only)
  • Phil (a doctor) (Flashback only)
  • Sheriff Trent (Flashback only)
  • prison guards
  • inmates at Stryker's

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Synopsis for "Sins of the Father"

Although Perry Whiteand Franklin Stern disagree on almost everything, they once risked their lives together to foil a racist organization. The sheriff of the small town in which this took place was the father of Alex Trent, the white Bloodsport. In the present, Robert DeBois, the black Bloodsport, is about to be transferred to Stryker's Island Penitentiary, where Alex Trent is already an inmate (and member of the Aryan Brotherhood). The warden believes this is likely to inflame racial tensions there.



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  • Navigation number 1995/30.

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