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CLEVELAND, Ohio — Superman has just soared into the Cleveland Public Library and you can check it out.

A brand new exhibit featuring the Man of Steel, who was created in Cleveland in 1933, will open at the library Saturday, May 6. It’s called Superman: From Cleveland to Krypton. 

It features hundreds of Superman-related items, everything from comic books to TV shows and films.

Many of the items were donated by Superman collector, Mike Curtis.

A rare copy of Action Comics No. 1, an original copy of the comic book featuring Superman’s first appearance, is only on display for the grand opening.

**Learn much more about the exhibit, here, including opening day events**

As the library celebrates the exhibit, a Twitter battle is breaking out between them and the Toronto Public Library.

It started with Toronto claiming their city is the true birthplace of Superman because comic book artist Joe Shuster was born there in 1914.

Shuster moved to Cleveland and attended Glenville High School with his friend and neighbor Jerry Siegel who said he came up with the idea for Superman while staring at the moon and wishing he could fly.

As the two cities’ NBA teams — the Cavaliers and Raptors– battle it out on the court during the playoffs, the libraries have entered into their own, playful war of words: