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Superman Day

Updated: Jun 22, 2022

In 2013, DC Entertainment declared June 12th as Man of Steel Day. The intention was to promote Zack Snyder's Man of Steel, which introduced Henry Cavill's portrayal of the character, at the time, but DC fans have been commemorating the superhero on that day ever since.

Here is our guide to help celebrate this day with podcasts, recipes, videos, merch, etc.



Comic #1

The character was created by writer Jerry Siegel and artist Joe Shuster and debuted in the comic book Action Comics #1 (cover-dated June 1938 and published April 18, 1938), the golden age of comics.

Superman first appeared
Superman first appeared

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Did you know?

Jerry Siegel wrote and Joe Shuster drew the short story "The Reign of the Superman" (January 1933). It was the first time the writer/artist team used the term Superman, which they later ascribed to their fictional superhero archetype. Rather than being a physically powerful hero like the well-known legend, the titular character of this narrative is a telepathic villain.


Superman Movies, TV spots and the actors portraying the Man of Steel from 1948 to 2016

Read Superman's bio on DC Comics and follow him on Facebook, yes Superman has his own Facebook.

Celebrating Superman

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Superman Podcast

Audible Audiobook

Superman Merch

​Superman™: Call to Action

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Superman Black Suit

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​Batman and Superman Worlds Finest Q-FIG MAX Figure

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​Zack Snyder’s Justice League Superman in Landing Pose POP! Vinyl

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Batman Versus Superman

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