Superman’s German accident

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Spotted in Berlin. Context unknown.

Thanks to Jah Furry for the share.

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  1. This statue is displayed in front of Berlin’s Jewish Museum (Germany), since Mai the 5th, for the “Heroes, Freaks and Superrabbis — the Jewish Colour of Comics” expositon.

  2. DetroiterInNYC says:

    BSI is absolutely correct. The listed translation at the museum was “Heroes, Freaks and Superrabbis: The Jewish Dimension In Comic Art.”

    If anyone has reason to be in Berlin, this is a well-curated exhibition and had me laughing and crying while viewing it. I also now have a list of about 10 different artists whose work I am very interested in reading, including some oldies but goodies….

  3. For those who cannot travel:
    http://www.jmberlin.de/comic/?sprache=en

    Exhibition catalog:
    978-3-9813045-1-0

    There’s a “web comic”, but it’s more of an interactive game.

  4. Karen says:

    Columbia has a copy of the catalog in our library, for those who can get in…

  5. Ian Boothby says:

    You stop flying and walk everywhere for too long and you forget how to.

  6. I will have some more info and photos about this show up in a couple of weeks once Iàm back from holiday.

  7. That’s no accident; he’s pushing the Eath out of the way of HATEYO, THE COMMUNIST COMPUTER-COMET!

    P.S.: not really. He’s just in deep denial about THE STATE OF AMERICAN PUBLIC PARKS!

    P.P.S.: not really. He’s waiting for Homestar Runner to come back. It’s been, like, fowevewr.

    //Oo/\

  8. At his panel in Erlangen a couple months back, Howard Chaykin expressed disappointment that he wasn’t included, even though the curator was aware of his work, as I recall.

    He planned on seeing the exhibition while in Germany, though.

  9. Thankyou for all your efforts that you have put in this. very interesting info .

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