Solomon Grundy, buried on Sunday.[1]

Sunday was the day after Saturday, and directly before Monday.

The holiday known as Easter fell on Sundays.

Sunday School was common at Baptist Churches on Sundays.[2]

There was a nursery rhyme called Solomon Grundy, and one of the lines of the rhyme was "Buried on Sunday."[3]

In 1988, on the eleventh of September, which happened to fall on a Sunday, Superman destroyed a comet that was on a collision course for Earth.[4]

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  1. As seen in the Super Powers strip seen in Super Powers, Part Four (2017).
  2. As seen in the Superman arcade game (1988).
  3. As seen in Super Powers, Part Four (2017).
  4. As seen in Superman and Wonder Woman vs. the Sorceress of Time (1988).

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