When we think of superheroes, we usually think of a man or woman in a tight suit, with a symbol on his chest, who in everyday life is an ordinary person, but in a moment of trouble he changes form, gets his superpowers and goes out to save the world.
Batman, Superman, Captain America, Wonder Woman, Iron Man, The Green Giant and Spider-Man are just a few of the superheroes we know, and although they are fictional, these superheroes are role models for our children.
But the superheroes are not just the ones in the movies. Even in reality there are superheroes wearing uniforms, of police, firefighters, doctors or the army. They, too, are life-saving heroes.
Superhero Day is meant to remind us that there are all kinds of superheroes in the world. They can come in any shape, size or gender. They can be not only life-saving professionals, but also people who work in a completely different job, but in their free time volunteer to help weak people, distressed animals and anyone in need.
Superhero Day was invented in 1995 by employees of the Marvel Comics Company.
Every day people wear uniforms and go to life-saving jobs like paramedics or ambulance drivers, firefighters, cops, etc., but apart from them there are plenty of others who are considered real heroes. People who help the homeless with food or clothes, people who help lost children, people who rescue distressed dogs and cats, who help people who get stuck with the car on the road and the list of superheroes does not end ...
How to celebrate Superhero Day?
The best way to celebrate Superhero Day is to find the inner hero within you. Be alert and open your eyes to see if there is anyone who needs help in your environment and help, yourself or by calling for help. There are lots of ways to help others, and every way is blessed. It is today to take action and not ignore and wait for someone else to help. Be superheroes of yourselves.
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Superman is a superhero character created by DC Comics.
Superman first appeared in Action Comics Booklet # 1 on April 18, 1938. Written by writer Jerry Siegel and illustrator Joe Shuster.
Superman lives in the image of Clark Kent, a bespectacled and nerdy journalist, and comes out to the world when Clark encounters trouble, then he becomes a superhero wearing blue-and-yellow tight-lined clothing with a S letter embroidered on his chest and a red cloak.
Superman was born on the planet Krypton, named Kal-El. He was smuggled to Earth in a spacecraft by his father Jor-El when the planet was in danger. He grew up in the small town of Smallville under the secret identity of Clark Kent and later worked at the Daily Planet in the city of Metropolis. He fell in love with senior reporter Lois Lane and battled super villain Lex Luthor threatening the peace of the land.
Superman was created against the backdrop of the Great Depression of 1929 and 1930s in the US and Europe, the years after World War I that made people want a hero to fight the injustices of the world. Superman quickly became a popular cultural icon , In motion pictures, in computer games and comic strips.
In 1978, Superman's first feature film starred the late Christopher Reeve, who was a big blockbuster.
In June 2013, the movie "Man of Steel" was released, in March 2016 the movie "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice", and in November 2017 the movie "Justice League". In all three of them Henry Cavill plays Superman.
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Superman Day was created in 2013 by the company DC Comics, two days before the release of the movie "Man of Steel".
They called this special day "Steel Man Day" to promote the film, based on the character of Superman. Later this day was renamed Superman Day.
On the same day, DC Comics distributed bookstores through free copies of the Superman comic strip. Since then, every year on June 12, Superman Day has been celebrated.
Superman first appeared in Action Comics No. 1 on April 18, 1938. Created by writer Jerry Siegel and illustrator Joe Schuster.
Superman was born on the planet Krypton, called Kal-El. He was smuggled into space by his father Jor-El when the star was in danger. He grew up in Smallville under the secret identity of Clark Kent and later worked for the Daily Planet in Metropolis. He fell in love with the senior reporter Lois Lane and fought the super villain Lex Luthor, who threatens the peace of the country.
Superman's character was created in the wake of the Great Depression of 1929 and the 1930s in the US and Europe, the years after World War I that made people want a hero to fight the injustices of the world.
His character appeared in radio shows, television series, movies, computer games and comic strips.
In 1978, Superman's first film starring Christopher Reeve, a big blockbuster, was released.
How to celebrate Superman Day?
To celebrate Superman Day you can watch Superman movies and even do Superman Marathon movies, read his comic books and more. You can also do good deeds to help others as Superman did.
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