Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Save The Superman House



This post is being put on my other blog Life in 4 Colors also.

The house where Jerry Siegel created Superman is falling down. The city of Cleveland where the house is located has done nothing to save this house, where one of the most recognizable literary figures in the world was created, so Brad Meltzer is trying to save it. He's organized a group called The Siegel & Shuster Society to this end. Go to this page and read more about it.

Their auction is only half done and they've already raised $53,000, more than their goal of $50,000. Go check out their auction, or if your pocket book isn't quite that big go buy a t shirt.

Superman is an American Icon and his history needs to be preserved.

2 comments:

aims said...

I like Meltzer's books. He was on a local radio morning show recently talking about his new book and the Superman house. Looking forward to reading his latest.

JohnH985 said...

I started reading Meltzer when I was out of work from my gall bladder surgery. I was looking for something new to read and there was one of his books on the mark down table so I figured I'd give it a try. I held off on reading any of his books because I didn't like his comic book work. But I loved the book and ended up getting all his books while I was out and reading them.

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