George Reeves, Henry Cavill and more 'Superman' actors
In honor of "Man of Steel," the latest cinematic Superman, we take a look at the evolution of Clark Kent throughout media.
Henry Cavill is the latest actor to wear the Superman costume, donning the suit in "Man of Steel."
Superman has come to theaters. Here are Max Gordon Moore, Jonathan Hammond and Janie Brookshire in a scene from George Bernard Shaw’s "Man and Superman," which is being performed off-Broadway at the Irish Repertory Theatre in Manhattan.
Superman, actor Brandon Routh, returns to Earth from planet Krypton in the 2006 "Superman Returns."
"Smallville," the TV reinterpretation of "Superman" that started in 2001, starred Tom Welling, center, as Clark Kent.
Dean Cain and Teri Hatcher as the mid-1990s TV version of Superman and Lois Lane in "Lois & Clark The New Adventures of Superman."
The 1983 "Superman III" was not one of the more successful Superman flicks. Guess you can't win 'em all.
It's a bird! It's a plane! No, it's Christopher Reeve in the 1978 film "Superman."
George Reeves played Superman in the 1950s, along with Jack Larson as Jimmy Olsen, Noel Neill as Lois Lane and John Hamilton as Perry White.
George Reeves played the popular super hero in the 1950s.
George Reeves and Phyllis Coates as Superman and Lois Lane in the 1950s.
Kirk Alyn, film's first Superman, played the character in two movies in 1948 and 1950.
From left, Jackie Kelk (Jimmy Olsen), Joan Alexander (Lois Lane), Beck (Beany Martin) and Clayton "Bud" Collyer (Superman/Clark Kent) as "The Adventures of Superman" radio show cast.
Where it all started: The cover of "Action Comics" No. 1, left, in which Superman made his debut in 1938.