Superman: when you were born, and nicknames? – Special Action Comics #1000
Now lacks very little at the arrival on the shelves of comics stores in america, and not only that, a true milestone of the comic book superhero: Action Comics #1000.
Right on the pages of this magazine, it debuted on #1 dated June 1938, Superman giving way to a whole genre.
In the course of his editorial life Superman, is awarded with many titles and nicknames, but when took to the stage for exactly and in what circumstances?
The first to debut is perhaps the most famous, or Man of Steel (man of Steel), which appears for the first time on Action Comics #7, December 1938 – signed of course by the creators of the character Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, for no particular reason actually, as shown in the following table:
The second nickname to debut is the Man of Tomorrow (Man of Tomorrow) Superman is called on the New York World's Fair Comics #1 April 1939 – and signed by the creators of the character Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster.
It was a special album that came out in the on the occasion of the World Exhibition that was held in New York and had as its slogan ““The World of Tomorrow” (The World of Tomorrow ndT) probable, therefore, that Siegel and Shuster seemed to appropriate the appeal of Superman as the Man of Tomorrow:
Will have to pass about 40 years before it is used another famous nickname of Superman or the Last Son of Krypton, The last Son of Krypton), and to use it will be Elliot S. Maggin, but not for a comic but for the novel of the same name that came out simultaneously to the first mythical film starring Superman.
Editor Julius Schwartz had several times forbidden to Maggin to use that title and the author had tried others that fortunately do not attecchirono as The Colossus from Krypton or The Crusader from Krypton, and yet the Last Survivor of Krypton:
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