If you were a kid in the 1980’s and 1990’s, you wouldn’t have missed any of the Superman movies. Each of the movies became a hit and broke records at the box office.
The story revolves around a small baby boy born in planet Krypton. He is also the planet’s sole survivor after he was sent to earth by his father, Jor-El, before planet Krypton exploded.
He lived with a childless couple who named him Clark and grew up like a regular human being.
However, Clark was no ordinary boy. At a very young age, he already exhibited superpowers that no one has ever seen. Then, when he went to college, he discreetly used these powers to help people and avoid disasters.
And when he worked as a reporter later on, his missions became more difficult and challenging.
While he was known to everyone as simply Clark, Superman had so much more than what people saw in him.
Now, returning as the Man of Steel, Superman continues to be a hero, a savior of the world, from all evil entities.
With its latest rendition, I thought of compiling some of the best Illustrations of the hero of every child and grown up alike through time.
As Superman is loved by people of all ages, various artists have devoted their talents into capturing the best image of the superhero that he is.
George Reeves as Superman
Christopher Reeve as Superman
Tom Welling as Superman
The huge S on his chest has been given various names by people. But the word Super sums it all up. He is Superman.
Nothing can make this Man of Steel back down. Whatever the challenge, he faces it head on.
In midair, Superman looks on to the world that he has called his home. With the sun shining its brightest, Superman shines his best.
Just when everything seems hopeless, Superman does what he does best. Always ready and always on time to save the world.
Fierce, strong, and mighty are just a few words to describe the Man of Steel. For this hero, no force is too strong or circumstance too difficult.
This picture is one of the originals of Superman. Clothed in a blue suit, a red cape, and a huge S inscribed on his chest, no one can go wrong even at the first glimpse of this superhero.
He is not called the Man of Steel for nothing. Concrete walls, rocks and debris, and even exploding buildings and cars cannot stop Superman from saving the world!
This shows a facet of Superman that exhibits fury against anything evil. Those eyes can be the most powerful when provoked but also the gentlest when at peace.
No evil force can be stronger than good. That is what Superman always shows in his battles. Righteousness is the best weapon.
This is another facet of the Man of Steel. The artist depicts him as one who never lets time get it the way. For every chance he has to save a life, he will always give his best.
Those few strands of black hair that curl on his forehead are called the Kiss Me. And yes, this picture of Superman really invites you to want to kiss him.
Deep blue eyes are the most striking features of Superman’s super-face. Reflecting the color of the sky and of peace, the Man of Steel is everyone’s hero.
Up, up and away goes Superman. As he flies through the sky, his watchful eyes are always on guard, making sure peace always reigns on his home.
No matter your age today, you will always have a memory of this superhero. The Man of Steel is one story that will never fade or grow old.
It will always have a place in the heart of every generation.
Whether it’s Clark Kent, Superman, or Man of Steel, the same hero is there—a hero that is in every one’s heart.
What makes Superman a ‘super man’ is that he gets wounded and he falls in love too!