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The following paper represents a contrastive translation study concerning the intercultural transport of the main traits of fictional worlds built in the comic book sphere. It is specifically centred on the fictional world shown in the narratives published by DC Comics regarding the character called Superman. The study features an exposition about the characteristics of the translation of fictional worlds present in superheroic comic book narratives from a theoretical perspective and, subsequently, shows a contrastive study of this fictional universe through the analysis of the work entitled Action Comics #1000.
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