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I must recommend Jess Nevins' paper, "Those Who Cannot Remember Doc Savage Are Condemned To Repeat Him: The 20th Century Backlash Against Posthuman Bodybuilders." in mp3 form here. Well worth your time, not only for the footnote that Superman started out as a gang-busting workers' rights defender without a whiff of extraterrestriality.|richard|https://grognardia.blogspot.com/2010/03/continuity-and-tradition-part-v.html?showComment=1267573602573#c6536404496255447786}}
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I must recommend Jess Nevins' paper, "Those Who Cannot Remember Doc Savage Are Condemned To Repeat Him: The 20th Century Backlash Against Posthuman Bodybuilders." in mp3 form here. Well worth your time, not only for the footnote that Superman started out as a gang-busting workers' rights defender without a whiff of extraterrestriality.|sign=richard|source=https://grognardia.blogspot.com/2010/03/continuity-and-tradition-part-v.html?showComment=1267573602573#c6536404496255447786}}
  
 
{{quote|A conference paper talking about the 19th century Physical Culture movement in Britain and Superhuman figures in prose fiction, including some of the bodybuilder types - and how they were discredited. This led to the 'depowering' of most of the superhuman pulp characters eventually, even Doc Savage and The Shadow.|Blue Tyson|https://freesf.blogspot.com/2010/01/those-who-cannot-remember-doc-savage.html}}
 
{{quote|A conference paper talking about the 19th century Physical Culture movement in Britain and Superhuman figures in prose fiction, including some of the bodybuilder types - and how they were discredited. This led to the 'depowering' of most of the superhuman pulp characters eventually, even Doc Savage and The Shadow.|Blue Tyson|https://freesf.blogspot.com/2010/01/those-who-cannot-remember-doc-savage.html}}

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Superman's always from Krypton I must recommend Jess Nevins' paper, "Those Who Cannot Remember Doc Savage Are Condemned To Repeat Him: The 20th Century Backlash Against Posthuman Bodybuilders." in mp3 form here. Well worth your time, not only for the footnote that Superman started out as a gang-busting workers' rights defender without a whiff of extraterrestriality.
A conference paper talking about the 19th century Physical Culture movement in Britain and Superhuman figures in prose fiction, including some of the bodybuilder types - and how they were discredited. This led to the 'depowering' of most of the superhuman pulp characters eventually, even Doc Savage and The Shadow.

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