Photo credit: Flickr via user upton On this day in 2000, Michael Chabon’s Pulitzer-Prize winning book “The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay” debuted. The novel chronicles the story of two young comic book artists in 1940s New York City.
It’s a bird… it’s a plane… it’s Superman! In the book "Superman: The Unauthorized Biography," author Glen Weldon of NPR chronicles 75 years of the Man of Steel, from his changing costume to his "truth, justice and the American way" mantra. Weldon joins Christina Bellantoni to discuss the evolution of the iconic superhero. Continue reading
In 2013 Superman marks his 75th anniversary. Over the decades the hero has leaped from comic books to movies, TV shows, radio, video games and merchandise. But Superman’s main goal of protecting truth, justice and the American way remains the same as it did in 1938. Continue reading