It’s the one that says: “Superman is a man of steel, and he’s going to beat the bad guys!”
It’s also the one with the shirt’s most iconic image: Superman in the shape of a shirt.
It was the first Superman shirt and has been sold for more than half a century.
But in recent years, its popularity has been waning, and the brand has been in decline.
Its iconic image was a mainstay of the US Superhero craze of the 1960s and 1970s, and it was one of the biggest sellers in the US, with nearly half a million shirts sold in 2013.
But it is also a brand that has been under attack for some time, especially from other superhero brands like Adidas and Reebok, and now it seems that the superman shirt is back in the news again.
In recent years the shirt has been linked to a number of internet hoaxes, including a tweet from a “fake” superman who claimed to have created a shirt with the image of Superman on it.
It also emerged this month that the “SuperMan” shirt was not actually created by Reeboks.
In an interview with The New York Times, John Sifton, a senior vice president at Reebo, said the shirt had been designed to appeal to women.
He told the paper: “The idea is to have an image that would appeal to a younger audience.
So the shirt is a sort of Superman shirt for women.
I don’t think we’ve ever had a shirt that is more female friendly than this shirt.”
It’s been a year since the Superman logo was removed from the bottom of the shirt, and in April, a Twitter account with the same name claimed to be the creator of the image, with a post claiming it was the creation of “the most popular image in history”.
It was quickly taken down and the account has since been deleted.
The “Super” in the name has been used by fans of the character for years, and has become an Internet meme, with many fans using the name to identify with Superman.
But while the original shirt’s iconic image is still widely used by many, it has been replaced with other iconic images, such as the Superman logo.
The latest “SuperMAN” logo is a symbol of power and a symbol for the US and many other countries, and is also used on the back of some of the world’s biggest brands.
Its popularity is a result of the ubiquity of the Superhero brand in popular culture, and a trend that began with the release of the film Superman Returns in 2012.