The Definition of Fraud Media: A fraud media firm or institution, operates out of a public or civil institution, using its own resources misappropriated for financial support for the institution itself. There are no politics, social cause, or moralities to this system, instead functioning on financial ethics, that being following the print of theory and strategy, to support the comfort of those within the misappropriate institution itself. Superman, as a comic, relies on the highschool as a media apparatus, with the leadership of the highschool operating as if a criminal unit, however alternately supporting the publication of art, not patronage or police influence, as a normal criminal unit run out of a municipal office would.
Superman: This is the principal, always a male, of the highschool. If they are seen regularly in public, they are not Superman, they are a substitute lawful steward, to drive out the fraud media firm itself, under accusation of criminal activity of misappropriation of public fund. If they have police operating in the school as an off-campus monitoring, they have corporate patronage, another illegal maneuver, more a situation for a liberal application (and we mean liberal, as in, careful and symbolic) of Batman, through the Joker character masterminding a scheme to expel the leadership through superintendent’s act (an Injustice Gang, posing as Batman for the singular mastermind). Meanwhile, if you have a police civil act within the school, as a policy against free expression, such as a prohibition on pointing at a chalkboard, you’re going to want to frame the enforcers among students, as the misbehavior, through news articles and sources, your small town press (Billy Batson’s print, removing the small town dictator “SHAZAM”, the elder wizard acting through his boy servant, using the villains applied as junior cops from federal roles to study law books from the town library, not the school library, with an entrapment officer, a private school nearby, “Khandaq”, and the myth of “Black Adam”, someone framed as wanting to kill the parent of a local conspirator on “the inside” of the scheme, “Irish” West, for the cross into athletics, The Flash).
Lois Lane: This is the dated payment to the principal, for involvement in the media firm. You have this is the writing team’s unattainable girl, who wants money and riches and a fortune unattainable and doomed by definition. Hence, you marry her into the money of town administration, a Stepford Wife, to the principal, as his ‘gal on the side’, perhaps to escape his marriage, but more likely, to make the school a big sack of cash, for producing art with its student body, a “street team”.
Der Spiegel: Your founding writing pair, Jimmy Olsen and Lex Luthor. Jimmy Olsen, is a bully victim of Lex Luthor, so Jimmy, arranges Lex Luthor’s unattainable girl expecting banking money, to date the principal, after they all graduate. Simon and Schuster, and their alternate identity, Simon and Spiegel. Jimmy Olsen, handles all the networked schemes, of social attachment, and Lex Luthor, handles the business finance, the understanding of how to arrange the various villains in place.
Supervillain: This is the simplest and easiest function, all you need is a modest collection of Superman comics. Each villain, is a business function, recruited by Jimmy and employed by Lex, and if an employee is booted by Superman, the Principal, then Lois, puts them in a character plot of the villain, from the comics collection of print.
The Product: The product is any media that Jimmy Olsen can sell, with Lex Luthor’s team rally, through the town’s resource budget, accessed by Superman – the political network in a small town and their necessity for a cop and firefighter budget to be garnished with privileges for the children of cops and firefighters and care workers. That’s how you keep the Freemasons out, the crew’s worst enemy: Intergang, federal politics. If you want to shut down The Lodge, you’re going to need to consult Spider-Man, the drill instructor sergeant’s son or daughter. That’s a job for Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson, the Pisces.