You get a pencil, paper, and if you feel special, a picture of superman! Then you get the pencil and make marks on the paper until it looks like superman.
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If superman ever became a zombie, probably.
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Boringly enough, Superman. I wonder if it's occurred to anyone how pointless life would seem for Superman. It's not like his strength is impressive to him. Imagine if you found yourself on a world of people made out of tissue paper who could only jump an inch and move at the speed of a snail. To them, you'd be "Superman", and you could kill all the tissue paper T-Rex's there you wanted to. But would you be proud? Would it give you satisfaction?
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Like many comics outside of the "golden age" and some "silver age", the Legacy of Superman is hardly worth the paper it is printed on in the modern market.
Superman Superman Returns Superman II Superman III Superman IV: The Quest for Peace Waiting for Superman Superman/Doomsday The Batman Superman Movie: World's Finest Superman/Batman: Public Enemies Superman/Batman: Apocalypse All-Star Superman Leaving Metropolis (which was called 'Poor Superman' in Canada)
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No but Clark Kent grew up on a Kansas farm.
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"Superman" (1948) "Atom Man vs Superman" (1950) "Superman and the Molemen" (1951) "Superman: The Movie" (1978) "Superman II" (1980) "Superman III" (1983) "Superman IV: The Quest For Peace" (1987) "Superman Returns" (2006) "Man of Steel" (2013)
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The paper absorbs liquid
There have been many different writers over the years to work on Superman comice books. The creators of Superman, though are Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. They were both living in Clevelan, OH at the time of superman's "creation"
Superman: The Movie (1978) Superman II (1980) Superman III (1983) Superman IV: The Quest For Peace (1987) Superman Returns (2006)
No- they are both superheroes and sometimes even work together. They do have their major differences with eachother- Superman represents American justice as Batman represents dark vengeance.
Superman: The Movie Superman 2 Superman 3 Superman 4: The Quest for Peace Superman Returns There's also Superman: Doomsday which isn't part of the live action series. It's a stand alone animated version.
Superman: The Movie- 1978 Superman II- 1980 Superman III- 1983 Superman IV: The Quest For Peace- 1987
Christopher Reeve in:Superman (1978),Superman II (1980)Superman III (1983)Brandon Routh in:Superman Returns (2006)
He was #3 Superman (Kirk Alyn was #1 Superman and George Reeves was #2 Superman)