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The cover to Action Comics #1 offered the official debut for Joe Shuster and Jerry Siegel’s creation, whose look was based on the traditional uniforms of circus strongmen, with a shield and cape added to convey authority and imbue the character with a sense of nobility. Rick Marshall is a professional geek, full-time journalist, occasional photographer, indentured servant to incestuous cats, unwilling party host, speedy talker, obsessive story collector, and most importantly, a dad.


Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. I've always liked the design of the new Superman but have never read the actual story, just his appearences in JLA.
Earlier this week, I wrote up a gallery of the 20 most memorable costumes that Superman has worn (or almost worn) over the years in comics, television, and movies.
While his logo would go through countless changes in those early years, Superman’s basic look has remained relatively constant through the decades. The problem that most readers had with it was that it was Superman who was wearing it and whose powers had changed to suit the look (or vise versa, whatever).


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