Publication history[ edit ] An unnamed "office boy" with a bow tie makes a brief appearance in the story "Superman's Phony Manager" published in Action Comics 6 November , which is claimed to be Jimmy Olsen's first appearance by several reference sources. In late , while Jack Larson was playing the character on the Adventures of Superman television show where he was referred to as "Jim Olsen", the character was revived in the Superman comics after a year absence and then given his own title. Jimmy is traditionally depicted as a bow tie -wearing, red-haired young man who works as a cub reporter and photographer for The Daily Planet , alongside Lois Lane and Clark Kent , whom he idolizes as career role models. In most depictions of the character, he has a strong friendship with Superman. As Superman's friend, Jimmy has special access to the Man of Steel, thanks to Superman's gift to Jimmy of a "signal watch ", a wristwatch which, with the press of a button, emits a special ultrasonic frequency signal that Superman can hear anywhere on Earth.
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James Arthur, controversies and leaving Syco[ edit ] James Arthur at a book-signing session at WHSmith in Middlesbrough on 9 January Following his victory, Arthur's winner's song, a cover of Shontelle 's " Impossible ", was released as a charity single for Together for Short Lives. The song was officially released worldwide on 20 October and debuted at number two in the UK, falling just behind Lorde 's " Royals ". Arthur's self-titled debut studio album, James Arthur , was released on 4 November
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