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Justice League of America Defaced Bills: in Good We Trust

by Conner Flynn
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In the comics, the bad guys are always pretty obvious. In the real world, they look just like you and I. In the real world they run banks and pull scams on Wall Street. They work in our government. They get rich at the expense of others as they grow fat and laugh, while people starve on the street. Their name is greed and they are the vilest form of scum and villainy you will find. We need the Justice League to save our economy!
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The team is on it thanks to artist Aslan Malik from Berlin, Germany. He put these cool ‘legal’ notes together to fight economic injustice in the world. There is Hamilton as Batman, Jackson as Wonder Woman, Ben Franklin as the Green Lantern, Lincoln as the Flash and Ulysses S. Grant as Superman.

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He did a great job on these. If real money was this cool, people would still be spending cash instead of using their debit cards.

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