Super Heroes and colorful detectives will be featured in the new State Historical Building display, which opens mid-month. Curator Jack Lufkin picked the “Favorite Things” which are included in the “100 Creations of the 20th Century” to open to the public soon, and he made sure comic books are part of the mix.The first comic book character was Superman, who flew into the stores in 1938.Lufkin says the “Golden Age of Comics” lasted until 1954 when the government’s “Comic Code Authority” was created during Senator Joseph McCarthy’s crusade against communism.Lufkin says comic book historians tell him the quality of the art suffered, until new Super Heroes were created in the 1960s and ’70s.