Ooo…pretty – uh, I mean, The Arrival by Shaun Tan.

The Arrival - or "How My Jaw Dropped 547 Times"

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The Verdict on Superman

After essentially only reading nothing but Superman comics for the past week since Action Comics #1, I can honestly say this: WHY, FOR THE LOVE OF BATMAN, COULDN’T MARTHA AND THOMAS WAYNE BEEN ITALIAN IMMIGRANTS.

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Analyzing Superman – Action Comics #1

Superman

There is a reason that the expression "leaps tall buildings in a single bound" lacks the word "fly" in it anywhere.

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Superman! *insert John Williams Theme here*

Superman. The Man of Steel. Love him or hate him, he is undoubtedly the most iconic superhero in the ‘verse of American Comics. Since his creation in 1938 by Joe Shuster and Jerry Siegel, he has fought for truth, justice, and the American way – despite being something of an immigrant himself.

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