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Remembering The Birth Of Superman

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This year marks the 70th anniversary of the first published appearance of Superman, a character created by a couple of Cleveland teenagers. Two of the Cleveland area's most famous contemporary comic book/strip writers discuss the character's durability.

David C. Barnett reports for WCPN in Cleveland.

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