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Jerry Siegel's Sketchbook
Sketchbook

Origin

Jerry Siegal/ Creation of Superman

Type

Sketchbook

Effects

Increases strength

Downsides

Decreases intelligence

Activation

Opening

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Iris-258G

Aisle

237319-9921

Shelf

80519-1539-218

Date of Collection

March 23, 1988

[Source]


OriginEdit

Jerry Siegel was a comic book artist who worked alongside Joe Shuster to create Superman, the first great comic book superhero and one of the most recognizable. They sold the character rights to the precursor of DC Comics for $130. This low price buyout of a now famous character has led Siegel and Shuster to suing for compensation multiple times. They received $30,000 a year and had all media involving Superman credit them as the creators, which continues today.

EffectsEdit

It can increase the readers’ strength but decreases brain activity. The user can be taken advantage of easier during this state.


Siegel shuster sketch
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