Superman

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The character, created by Jerry Siegel (1914–1996) and Joe Shuster (1914–1992), first appeared in DC ComicsAction Comics #1 dated June 1938.

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Superman ‎(countable and uncountable, plural Supermen)

  1. A fictional comic-book superhero with superhuman strength and speed and the ability to fly. [from 1933.]

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Superman ‎(plural Supermen)

  1. A strong, tough or resistant man. (Alternative letter-case form of superman.)
  2. A flavor of ice cream that is a mixture of blue moon ice cream, and other ice cream flavors that are colored red and yellow.

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