Superman

• (n.) = Overman, above.
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20th-century American comic-strip superhero who first appeared in Action Comics in June 1938 and in a newspaper strip in January of the following ... [2 related articles]
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[1940s cartoons] The Fleischer & Famous Superman cartoons are a series of seventeen animated Technicolor short films released by Paramount Pictures and based upon the comic book character Superman, and making it his first animated appearance. The pilot and first eight shorts were produced by Fleischer Studios from 1941 to 1942, while the fi...
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[1979 video game] Superman is an Atari 2600 game designed by John Dunn and published by Atari, Inc in 1979. == Gameplay == The player(s) takes control of the DC Comics character Superman, who must repair the bridge destroyed by Lex Luthor, capture Luthor and his criminal underlings, enter a phonebooth to turn back into Clark Kent, then retu...
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[animated short] Superman is the first in the series of seventeen animated Technicolor short films based upon the DC Comics character Superman. Also known as The Mad Scientist, Superman was produced by Fleischer Studios and released to theaters by Paramount Pictures on September 26, 1941. Superman ranked number 33 in a list of the fifty gre...
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[comic book] Superman is an ongoing comic book series featuring the DC Comics hero of the same name. The character Superman began as one of several anthology features in the National Periodical Publications comic book Action Comics #1 in June 1938. The strip proved so popular that National launched Superman into his own self-titled comic bo...
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[comic strip] Superman was a daily newspaper comic strip which began on January 16, 1939, and a separate Sunday strip was added on November 5, 1939. These strips ran continuously until May 1966. In 1941, the McClure Syndicate had placed the strip in hundreds of newspapers. At its peak, the strip was in over 300 daily newspapers and 90 Sunda...
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[Donna Fargo song] `Superman` is a 1973 single co-written and recorded by Donna Fargo. `Superman` would be Donna Fargo`s third, consecutive number one on the country chart. The single went to number one for a single week and spent a total of fourteen weeks on the country chart. ==Chart performance== ...
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[Earth-One] ==History== See also History of Superman, Silver Age and Bronze Age In the mid-1950s, following the decline of superhero comics after World War II and the end of the Golden Age of comics, the editors at DC decided to revive some of their Golden Age superheroes with completely new origins and backstories. Starting with the Flash ...
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[Earth-Two] ==Fictional character biography== When the Golden Age of Comic Books came to a close in the 1950s, most of DC Comics` superhero comic books ceased publication. At the start of the Silver Age, characters such as the Flash and Green Lantern were revamped for more modern times, ignoring or abandoning established continuity and thus...
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[gene] Superman is a plant gene in Arabidopsis thaliana, that plays a role in controlling the boundary between stamen and carpel development in a flower. It is named for the comic book character Superman, and the related genes kryptonite (gene) and clark kent were named accordingly (although the latter turns out to just be another form of s...
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[Kal Kent] ==Character biography== ===DC One Million=== In the 853rd century, the progenitor of the Superman Dynasty, Superman Kal-El, is about to return from his solar Fortress of Solitude after several centuries. As part of the festivities, the Justice Legion Alpha went back in time to recruit the ancient Justice League of America. The cu...
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[Kal-El] This category contains portals that are within the scope of the WikiProject Indian cities. ...
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Su'per·man` noun = Overman , above.
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A punch where a competitor fakes a front kick and then draws the kicking leg back quickly, while simultaneously throwing a punch with the same side fist. The force of the kick is transferred to the punch, and the supporting foot leaves the ground.
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in philosophy, the superior man, who justifies the existence of the human race. `Superman` is a term significantly used by Friedrich Nietzsche, ... [2 related articles]
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Slang for crashing in such a way that you go flying over the handlebars Superman-style.
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superman 1. A person of extraordinary or superhuman powers. 2. An ideal superior man who, according to Nietzsche, forgoes transient pleasure, exercises creative power, lives at a level of experience beyond standards of good and evil, and is the goal of human evolution. 3. A superior being conceived as the product of human evolution. 4. One who pr...
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The first comic-strip superhero, created 1938 in the USA by writer Jerome Siegel and artist Joseph ...
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The nnme given by Nietzsche to what he deems a higher type of humanity, viewed as the goal of evolution. -- H.H.
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