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In 45 BC Roman emperor Julius Caesar stretches February 24th to 48 hours, once every four years.

Super Heroes

It's a bird!  It's a plane!  It's a Leap Day Baby?

Superman (a Leap Day Baby) on the cover of TIME magazine.

TIME magazine article about Superman being a Leap Day Baby.

In 1988, TIME magazine proclaimed
Superman to be born on February 29,
therefore he is a Leap Year Day Baby!
You can read that part of the article
by clicking on the image.


Superman Celebrated
His 50th Birthday
February 29, 1988

Since he is a comic book character,
he can have whatever birthday
his creator gives him.

Superman Coin Front, Celebrates 50th Birthday on February 29, 1988

Superman Coin Back

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If you figure it out, there's no way anyone can be 50 on February 29, 1988.

DC COMICS OCTOBER 1960

WESTERN - FEATURING MATT SAVAGE AND THE LEAP YEAR BANDITS!

Matt Savage in Leap Year Bandits!

April-May 1976 DC Special presents

SUPER-HEROES' WAR AGAINST THE MONSTERS
The Green Lantern vs. The Leap Year Menace

Green Lantern vs. The Leap Year Menace!

Leap Year Menace Comic 1976

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If you would like to include your collection of Leap Year items in the Leap Year Museum just email me, Raenell.

 

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