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Superion’s visor and his reference on page 3 to “the text display on [his] hyper-visor” suggest that he is a high-tech futuristic version of Supreme.
Superman had many futuristic counterparts, although there was not a black version of Superman until the introduction of John Henry Irons (Steel) in 1993's “Reign of the Supermen” storyline.
So a long time ago (the mid-1990s), the greatest writer in comics agreed to take over the writing duties for Image Comics' Supreme.
He would radically reshape the character, the book, and due to forces beyond his control, a whole comic book universe.
Either the great Jimmy Olsen story "World of 1,000 Olsens" from JIMMY OLSEN #105, where he encountered android doubles of himself from all his weirder adventures (e.g., Wolfboy Olsen, Fat Olsen, Elastic Lad, Giant Turtle Boy Olsen, etc.). This way if the real Superman ever tries to sneak into the country he'd be able to identify him!It is worth noting that in the early eighties Marvel Comics introduced a black female Captain Marvel (Monica Rambeau), who later became a member of the Avengers.Sister Supreme, with her Afro and dialog style, is reminiscent of seventies “blaxploitation” characters like Foxy Brown (played by actress Pam Grier) and of Marvel’s Luke Cage.And it led to an award-winning run of comics, three additional titles (among several proposed) and ultimately led to the genesis of Moore's much better known America's Best Comics.
And then it all went out of print and was forgotten by way too many.Panel 3: Another African-American actor's catchphrase: This time comic actor Mantan Moreland, whose schtick in countless films of the 1930s was the hero's assistant who fled at the first sign of danger with a cry of "Feets, do your stuff! It's apparently (and rightfully) considered an unofficial part of the ADVENTURE canon, since it's been reprinted in both the Adventure LSH-digest run and in LSH Archives.