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Superman The History of the Man of Steel Sixty six years ago in Cleveland Ohio two teenagers named Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster came up with this idea of a hero This hero is now world renowned as a staple in the world of comic books He was the first of his kind and has a long list of followers This hero was Superman Ever since that summer night in 1934 when Superman crept into the mind of Jerry Siegel he has been changing ever so slightly into the masterpiece of a hero he is today The history of Superman as he appears in comic books tends to prove one thing that each decade has one substantially different version of the Man of Steel Superman was the creation of Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster Siegel a writer and Shuster an artist were both very big science fiction fans Siegel would invest much of the money he earned buying comic books such as The Adventures of Tarzan Buck Rogers and Flash Gordon Siegel and Shuster were both classic nerds unathletic and shy around girls that led Siegel to invision a man of unlimited might and power This is where he first got the idea for Superman One of Jerry Seigels hobbies was writing short science-fiction stories One of these stories was The Reign of the Superman Which features The Superman in an evil scientist role who receives super powers from a red headed scientist similar to the character of Lex Luthor Then in 1933 after Siegel saw the comic Detective Dan he decided to make the Superman a hero He and Shuster wrote and illustrated a comic book entitled The Superman The comic though was turned down by Detective Dans publisher Determined to write a successful comic one summer night in 1934 Siegel came up with the Superman as we recognize him today By morning he had written weeks worth of comic strips and had them
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