>>103516762>People would be suspicious why such a powerful being is always around performing rescues.
No they wouldn't. Accidents happen all the time, they would be thankful that he's there to stop them. Nobody would say>Hey why are all these accidents happening all of a sudden! Must have to do with that Superman!
People would see falling crime and death by accident rate statistics and realize "Oh shit, he's actually helpful">They would grow bitter when he fails to save tgeir loved ones.
This would be such a small fraction of people as to be a non issue. And I don't think most people would grow bitter at all, perhaps if you live in Metropolis and he didn't save your loved one. But nobody in Washington is going to be cursing Superman's name.>Conspiracy theorists would claim it's suspicious he never revealed himself before Zod.
This is a valid point, but it only holds merit because of Goyer and Snyder's shitty storytelling. The fact that Superman didn't show himself until Zod showed up is a problem that people should take interest in, it shows he's a shitty person.>Politicians would try to use him to serve their own McCarthy like populist agendas.
Again, all this is already done much better in comics.>People would not just automatically accept him. The powers that be would make sure of that
His powers would be the reason people would accept him, especially in the information age. Videos of his heroics would spread like wildfire over the internet, actually showing him being a hero.