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Superman is a superhero that first appeared in the DC Comics. Superman is considered to be an American icon. In June 1938, Action Comics #1 introduced America to Superman. Superman wears a blue costume, a red cape, and a shield on his chest that has a red and yellow ‘S’ featured. The ‘S’ stands for Superman.
Superman was born on the planet Krypton. His father was a scientist. Superman was rocketed to Earth before Krypton was destroyed. A Kansas farmer and his wife raised Superman as Clark Kent. Clark Kent had supernatural powers when he reached adulthood. He worked for the Daily Planet as a journalist, and we all know who he loved, Lois Lane.
Superman was described as, “Faster than a speeding bullet. More powerful than a locomotive. Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound… It’s Superman”! Superman powers included super speed, vision, hearing, super breath that allowed Superman to blow out freezing temperatures, stop high winds, and super strength. There was nothing that Superman couldn’t do.
Everyone can remember when Clark Kent would go into the phone booth, then bam, Superman emerged! Superman soon came to cartoons, television series, and many movies of Superman was created. The Superman cartoons premiered in the forties. Christopher Reeve played Clark Kent in several of the Superman movies.
Watching the Superman shows the audience wanted Clark Kent to tell Lois Lane that he was Superman. Everyone wanted that love to blossom between the two. Superman’s main enemy was Lex Luthor. Lex Luthor had a personal vendetta against Superman.
The name Superman brings back so many memories to fans. Everyone fell in love with Superman, and kids today quickly become fans. Watching one of the Superman movies that was made in the seventies can bring back memories. If you have kids or grandkids, then you should watch the older Superman movies with them, then watch the later ones that was made. This will give them a chance to see the original Superman, plot and story. It gives a better perception of Superman by watching the older movies and shows.
Young boys everywhere pretended to be Superman. They would put on a red cape, and pretend to have supernatural powers and pretend to fly and save the day. The Superman T-shirts are an excellent way to bring relive your childhood. The I’m Pretty Fly Superman tee shirt shows Superman famous flying or the vintage logo Superman t-shirt. This tee shirt is blue and has the iconic yellow and red ‘S’ in the center of the shirt.
For DC Comic fans, The DC Comics All I Know I Learned From Comics Superman T-Shirt features all the superheroes on one t-shirt. This is an excellent t-shirt for comic and superhero fans. There are numerous Superman t-shirts that let fans know you are a fan of Superman. You can wear your t-shirts proudly when you’re shopping, working or just having movie night with your family and friends. There’s no time better than today to make sure your kids and grandkids have their very own Superman T-Shirt.
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