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Terence Stamp (center) as General Zod in Superman II (1980).

Superman Movies Matter More Than the Comics: A Film-by-Film Breakdown

Superman is an idea. OK, fine. Technically he's an intellectual property—a set of data points slammed together by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster in the 1930s, sold for $130 to National Allied Publications (later DC Comics/TimeWarner), and subsequently transformed into a nugget of multivariously exploitable content that has netted entertainment......
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