By Katsuhiro Otomo
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If he chose to disclose his identity, or at the very least his sources, perhaps an acceptable balance could be reached. Another option might be for him to request a different beat, so that he was reporting on, say, politics, rather than his own exploits as Superman. If he is unwilling to make such changes, however, it seems the only moral option is for him to give up being a reporter, as his current practices violate his journalistic integrity. After all, shouldn’t the guy with the reputation as the world’s most moral superhero want to be good in other aspects of his life as well?
It’s rare that someone would do a good deed in full view of the public, and then deny responsibility for it. ”—but it’s quite different to deny that you did it. But that is precisely what Clark does when he puts on the cape. He’s created a distinct identity to get credit for his actions. The closest parallel is when someone does a bad thing in public and then denies having done it. For instance, growing up my brother and I had an invented friend—not much of a friend, really. Or at least, we weren’t good friends to him.