Superman is a fictional superhero who first appeared in American comic books
The character was produced by writer Jerry Siegel and artist Joe Shuster
Superman has been adapted to many other media including radio serials, novels, movies, television shows and theaters.
Superman was born on the planet Krypton and was named Kal-El at birth.
His foster parents advised him to use his abilities for the benefit of humanity, and he decided to fight crime as a vigilante.
Superman popularized the promotion of superheroes and defined its conventions.
Superheroes are usually judged by how close they are to the standard established by Superman.
Seagal and Shuster moved to making comic strips with a focus on adventure and comedy
Siegel believed publishers kept rejecting them because he and Shuster were young and unknown, so he looked for an established artist to replace Shuster
When Siegel told Shuster what he was doing, Shuster reacted by burning his disapproved Superman comic, only sparing the cover.
They continued to collaborate on other projects, but Schuster was with Superman for the time.
The first response came in July 1933 to Leo O’Millia, who attracted the Foo Manchu bandage for the Bell Syndicate. [
In that script, which Seagal sent to O’Millia, Superman’s origin story changes: he is a “scientist-adventurer” from a distant future when humanity has naturally evolved into “superpowers”.
O’Millia did not send any copy of his strips to Seagull, and they are lost
Wheeler-Nicholson’s financial difficulties continued to grow. In 1936, he formed a joint corporation with Harry Donfeld and Jack Lebovitz called Detective Comics, Inc.