visualized by: Super Scholar
In the mid 50s Jerry Siegel & Joe Shuster, fraternal friends from Cleveland, came up with the idea of a “villain” named “The Superman”. See how the story of the most famous superhero started and evolved into the Man of Steel we see today.
visualized by: Kate Willaert
Sooner or later everything changes in this world. And so does the everlasting Superman logo. See here the variations of the “S” shield alongside its design concepts from the early years of action comics to the 2013 return of the Man of Steel.
visualized by: vodkaster.com
An inspired simulation of tube map with station names taken from the most meaningful films in cinema history. 16 coloured lines depict the various film categories and form a metro grid that stands as your show map. Pick a line, get on and enjoy.
visualized by: Steve Younis
Since his very first formation in 1938 as a comic character created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, Superman has gone through various modifications in his look though maintaining the basic characteristics most of the times. See the Superman evolution over time.