Kingdom Come - Study Guide Chapter 2, Truth and Justice Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Two "Truth and Justice" also begins with Revelation scripture, talking about how the seven angels prepare themselves to sound.

The first incident Norman and the Spectre witness in Chapter Two occurs at the Statue of Liberty. The statue, one of America's greatest symbols of freedom and hope, is in need of repairs and has been vandalized. DC readers will likely catch the "Lobo wuz here" graffiti that refers to another popular character who does not appear in this book.

They witness the Americomando and his Minutemen declare war on immigrants. The Americomando says they have overlooked the "most insidous menace of all—the poor, tired, huddled masses camping on our shores, begging for citizenship." He tells them that since Kansas no longer exists there is no room for immigrants. The panels show desperate immigrants hurling themselves into the water...

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