Via DC Comics

In the height of the Depression, a pair of second-generation Jewish immigrants from Cleveland came together to create one of the most enduring American icons of all time. These recently discovered journals from writer Jerry Siegel and illustrator Joe Shuster offer amazing insight into the humble beginnings of the Man of Steel over 80 years ago. After reading these incredible notes, you will never look at Superman in the same way again.

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Wow! What an incredible look into the genius of two amateurs who had a clear vision for something that would stand the test of time. So cool!