Former TV ‘Superman’ Actor Dean Cain Gets Owned by Award-Winning Comic Book Writer Tom King

Actor Dean Cain, who played a TV-version of Superman in “Lois and Clark,” told Fox News host Ainsley Earhardt that Superman would be censored today:

I promise you, as Superman, I wouldn’t today be allowed to say “truth, justice, and the American way.”

Earhardt gushed: “Oh my gosh. You’re right. You’re absolutely right.”

However, Eisner award-winning comic book writer Tom King destroyed Cain’s claim on Twitter by posting a Superman comic that he wrote that included: “Truth, justice, and the American way.”

Cain — who supports alleged 25-time rapist/sexual assault suspect President Donald Trump — whined about King’s language.

(Source: Twitter)

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  1. I lost all respect for Tom King after this. Now I don’t care if its Dean Cain or who ever, I don’t like bullies. Tom showed himself to be nothing more than a bully and cowardly threw his service in the tweet as if that alone wins an arguement. It doesn’t matter if you served in the armed forces or not. Right is right and wrong is wrong and calling someone an explicit name out of nowhere is wrong. I am done with anything written by Tom King.


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