Superman: James Gunn's OG "S" Shield Post Has Social Media Buzzin

The 86th anniversary of Superman's first appearance—in 1938's Action Comics #1 by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster—was celebrated by writer/director James Gunn, 

stars David Corenswet (Superman/Clark Kent) and Rachel Brosnahan (Lois Lane) as well as by the ongoing filming of the upcoming DC Studios feature film. 

Since Gunn has never hidden his admiration for Superman or the character's significance in his life,

it's reasonable to assume that this is the motivation behind his post of the classic logo. 

Furthermore, Gunn has spared no effort in directing the spotlight from DC Studios to the comics side of things,

hoping to enhance them. Still, many on social media are attempting to interpret it as a clue about the movie, and who knows? Maybe they're right. 

Our brilliant research team has uncovered the following information.

It would appear that Gunn shared the original Superman emblem, which had been sketched by Shuster before the character's comic book debut. 

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