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Superman: The Man of Steel

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“Faster than a speeding bullet! More powerful than a locomotive! Able to leap tall buildings at a single bound!”

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[xyz-ihs snippet=”EE-Superman-General-List-Text”] first appeared in Action Comics #1 in 1938 and was created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster.

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After success in comic books, [xyz-ihs snippet=”EE-Superman-General-List-Text”] appeared in Animated Shorts, Animated Features, Radio Shows, Animated TV shows, Live Action TV shows, Movie Serials, Feature Films, Live Stage Shows, and Video Games.

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There has been no shortage of [xyz-ihs snippet=”EE-Superman-General-List-Text”] merchandise throughout the years: Toys, T-Shirts, Collectibles… there has even been [xyz-ihs snippet=”EE-Superman-General-List-Text”] Bread!

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[xyz-ihs snippet=”EE-Superman-General-List-Text”] has been portrayed in live action by ten different actors, with another one set to premier soon on TV’s Supergirl.

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Kryptonite, the byproduct of the exploded Krypton, is a substance that is very dangerous to [xyz-ihs snippet=”EE-Superman-General-List-Text”]. This element that has the power to weaken [xyz-ihs snippet=”EE-Superman-General-List-Text”] was first introduced in the [xyz-ihs snippet=”EE-Superman-General-List-Text”] Radio Show, then later adapted into the comics.

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[xyz-ihs snippet=”EE-Superman-General-List-Text”]’s secret identity is Clark Kent. Some interpret Clark Kent’s meek personality as a critique of the average man. Maybe they’re reading too much into it? I just think it’s amazing he can fool all those people with such a lazy disguise! But in all seriousness, The Man of Steel is a cultural icon, and has been subject to several interpretations and scrutiny.

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