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    Jemm, Son of Saturn #4

    Jemm, Son of Saturn » Jemm, Son of Saturn #4 - The Hunting released by DC Comics on December 1984.

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    "There is no more fertile ground for the weed of hatred than the heart of a broken heart."

    -- from the teachings of Rahani

    Crazy Freddie led Jemm and Luther to his hideout, where he keeps a gang of underage pickpockets and a little psychic girl named Rosie.

    Superman sneaked into the Pentagon to gather information on Charles Dade and Claudius Tull.

    Synn beat the Koolar Kamah for failing to kill Jemm. However, they intercept a spy broadcast to Tull involving Superman, Dade and Bruiser attempting to locate Jemm. Their robot warriors were dispatched to follow the group.

    Superman uncovers the hideout, but a misunderstanding sees him fighting with Jemm. The Son of Saturn performs well, but he is inevitably bested by Superman. Dade reveals that he has stolen an experimental military rifle designed to kill Superman if he ever turned evil. When Superman stops Dade from executing the Saturnian and reminds him that he's a Kryptonian, and anti-alien bigot guns the Man of Steel down. Dade had inadvertently mortally injured Rosie as well, who had a vision that the Saturnian robots that killed Dade's fiance were coming. Dade was murdered by the robots, who then kidnapped Jemm, Luther, and Bruiser for delivery to Commander Synn.

    Hours later, Superman woke up to pick up the pieces, two bodies left lying in the wake of his mistakes.

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    Really great issue here. Possibly even my favorite in the series so far.This issue has a fair balance of suspense, drama, humor, and action, while not particularly being heavily loaded with any one throughout.There are a lot of characters I sympathize with in this story: Jemm, Luther, Dade. I really feel bad for Dade, especially in this issue.The fight featured on the cover of this issue between Jemm and Superman was a bit short for my taste (2 1/2 pages), but it was still pretty good. The story...

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