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Now regularly patrolling the skies of Metropolis as an anonymous figure known to some as “the flying man,” 24 year old Clark Kent has become a local celebrity. But when he overhears a report on his police scanner about a 20-foot-tall purple monstrosity that’s tearing the city apart...Clark encounters real power for the first time.

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"Behold, I teach you the Superman!" 0

Originally published at The Hub City Review“I teach you the Superman! Mankind is something to be overcome…The Superman is the meaning of the earth.”-Friedrich Nietzsche, Thus Spoke ZarathustraBy the time Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster first employed the term in a 1933 self-published short-story entitled “Reign of the Superman,” Nietzsche’s Übermenschhad been stripped of its original philosophical meaning and entered into the parlance of science-fiction. It...

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