Celebrating 80 Years Of Superman In 2018
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Celebrating 80 Years Of Superman In 2018

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Superman was introduced to the world in the pages of Action Comics #1 all the way back in 1938. Over the past 80 years, this brainchild of Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster has endured and has become not only lasted his contemporaries but also been able to remain relevant and popular. If you think about it, that’s a massive achievement. How many characters in any medium still have such an impact today?

To celebrate Superman’s 80th anniversary, How to Love Comics will be publishing a series of Superman-centric articles throughout the year to honour the momentous occasion. So what can you expect? Without give too much away, there will be an exploration of classic stories. A deep-dive into the concepts that are unique to Superman. A spotlight the people who crafted the stories. There will even focus on the characters that surround Superman and makes the mythos so rich.

For those who claim that Superman is boring, hopefully, I can convince you otherwise. Superman is a fantastic character, so please hang around so you can see why!

Take a look below to discover what has been published so far:

What Is Superman’s Origin Story And How Has It Changed Over 80 Years?

Best Superman Comic Book Covers – Part 1 – 1938-1947

Don’t forget to check-in regularly as there will be regular pieces.

Have Your Say!

Are you a Superman fan? Also, what Superman related articles would you like to see? You can let me know in the comments below or via Facebook or Twitter.


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    • Hey Eric, after Man of Steel Brian Michael Bendis will be taking over Superman and Action Comics. Superman will start at #1 and Action Comics at #1001.

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