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    Award-winning comics writer Joe Kelly has adapted his 2001 Action Comics #775 classic tale (“What’s So Funny About Truth, Justice & the American Way”) into Superman vs. The Elite, the latest DC Comics movie that was released yesterday (June 12).

    Warner Home Video sat down with Joe after production and asked him some interesting questions:

    For the uninitiated, what was the genesis for the original story of this comic?

    The germ for the story really came from a very visceral reaction I had to a comic I was reading at the time – The Authority. It was a dark anti-hero comic. I really like the Authority and its characters, but there was an issue in particular that felt like it had pushed the boundaries of what makes a hero and what makes anti-hero.…

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