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"Brown Shoes Don't Make It": Superman is summoned to protect an Arab terrorist from assassination during a peace meeting in Metropolis, while Batman is following the trail of the terrorits' associates in the city. Meanwhile, [[William Parker



Appearing in "Brown Shoes Don't Make It"

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  • Billy Ray (Single appearance)
  • Assassins, Inc. (Single appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Ileen (Single appearance)
  • Callahan (Single appearance)
  • Ymir Hassan (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "Brown Shoes Don't Make It"

Superman is summoned to protect an Arab terrorist from assassination during a peace meeting in Metropolis, while Batman is following the trail of the terrorits' associates in the city. Meanwhile, William Parker, from the Metropolis ghetto struggles to get young boys to join his club and he notices the kid's admirations for pimps. In order to change this situation and inspired by Batman and Superman, Parker uses his engineering knowledge and becomes the new hero named Sonik, who uses sound device to help him on his missions.

Parker follows one of the regular criminals of his neighborhood to the crook's hideout, unaware that Batman was already working on the case. When Sonik attempts to take the criminals by surprise, all he manages to do is get Batman and himself captured by the criminals. The thugs leave them on a death-trap and Batman manages to get them out before they are killed.

Finally, Batman and Sonik work together to capture the criminals and Superman, after he captures the terrorists, joins the other heroes in their endeavour. The villains are defeated in front of the ghetto kids and when they all learn that Parker is the hero who assisted Batman and Superman, they decide to join his club. A few days later, Parker gets good news as he learns that his old building will be acquired by Bruce Wayne and that it will be turned into a modern building for Parker and the boys. To top it all, the news is reported by Clark Kent, which earns Parker more respect from the kids.



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