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Broken Pedestal: Joe Costello was elected mayor of Los Angeles due to his reputation as a fantastic cop and being seen as a good man by the people. Nemesis' public revelation that Costello framed two drug dealers for a serial killing spree, with so much of the destruction being therefore because of him, forever tarnishes his name and any good he did.
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Fleming, Mike (August 6, 2010). "Fox and Tony Scott Plot Movie Version of Millar & McNiven's 'Nemesis' ". Deadline Hollywood . Retrieved August 6, 2010.
Secret History: Nemesis' final task for his master is uncovering the mystery of the forgotten President of the United States. The reason no one can remember him is due to the Fraternity's altering of reality.
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McElhatton, Greg (March 24, 2010). "Review: Nemesis #1". Comic Book Resources . Retrieved March 25, 2010. Freudian Excuse Denial: Nemesis states that he's the son of criminals that Blake Morrow busted, supposedly the reason why he becomes a super-villain. When Blake confronts him about it, Nemesis admits he was lying just to screw with him. He has no reason for what he does, he's just rich and bored. Nemesis reveals to his henchmen that his real name is Matt Anderson, and his father had committed suicide after Morrow tried to imprison him for hunting runaway teenagers with his rich friends. Bored of well-behaviour and less excitement, Anderson travelled the world to learn the ways of crime, hoping to fulfil his mother's dying wish to have Morrow killed. Phegley, Kiel (October 30, 2009). "Millar & McNiven Tease 'Nemesis' ". Comic Book Resources . Retrieved March 6, 2010. Phillips, Dan (March 24, 2010). "Nemesis #1 Review. Millar and McNiven's evil Batman comes up lame". IGN.