“There’s a couple of earlier comics that you can point to and say this is the beginning of the medium and that’s fair and that’s vitally important. But (Action Comics #1) changes the medium from being the glorified newspaper strips and mock newspaper strips, practically, to have a real voice,” said Paul Levitz, editor of the recently released collection, “Action Comics: 80 Years of Superman Deluxe Edition.”
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