, "where comic books and pop culture collide," writes about the permanent exhibit dedicated to Superman
that will soon appear at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.
"Look! Up in the sky! It's a bird, it's a plane, it's... Wait, it actually is a plane. Cleveland Hopkins International Airport will open a permanent exhibit dedicated to Superman next month, celebrating the work of local boys made good, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster."
Set to debute next month, the exhibit will celebrate the work of Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, two Glenville boys who dreamed up the comic. The exhibit, which was designed by Studio Graphique
and will be located in the baggage claim area, features wall panels explaining the origins of the Superman character as well as a "larger-than-life" statue of the hero for visitors to photograph themselves with.
"We want the phrase, 'Meet me at Superman,' to become a common saying at the airport," explained Michael Olszewski, president of the Siegel and Shuster Society.
The exhibit will be unveiled at 5pm on October 11.
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