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Truth, Justice, and the American Way
Superman's 3D Shield emblem has an ABS plastic core with a chrome-plated metal finish that's guaranteed to last the lifetime of your car. The metal finish won't fade or chip. Attaches in seconds using a paint-safe 3M foam tape that will withstand extreme weather and car washes. It measures 4.25" x 3" x 0.125" (10.8 x 7.62 x 0.31 cm). Contains no kryptonite.
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Superman basically created the superhero genre when he appeared in Action Comics in 1938. Before that debut, high school students Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster conceived of Superman as a bald, telepathic villain bent on world domination -- a role that Lex Luthor would later assume. Before they sold the rights for $130 to Action Comics, Superman got a makeover based on swashbuckler Douglas Fairbanks; alter ego Clark Kent was a mashup of Harold Lloyd and Shuster himself. Lois Lane was modeled on the girl who would become Siegel's wife. The Great Depression was a big influence on Superman's earliest stories, in which he took on crooked businessmen and evil politicians and championed various liberal social causes.