|“||I hear everything. You wrote that the world doesn't need a savior, but every day I hear people crying for one.||„|
Superman is the protagonist of the movies Superman, Superman II, Superman III, Superman IV and Superman Returns.
He was born with the name Kal-El, on the planet Krypton. When his father Jor-El realized that the planet was doomed, he and his wife Lara Lor-Van sent Kal-El to Earth, where he would be found by Jonathan and Martha Kent. During his childhood and adulthood, he discovered that he had superpowers and decided to use them to become a superhero, taking the name of Superman.
Powers and Stats
Tier: At least High 7-A | 5-B
Name: Clark Kent, Kal-El, Superman
Origin: Donnerverse, retroactively incorporated into the Arrowverse
Age: Late 20's to early '30s
Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Social Influencing, Flight, Telescopic Vision, Super Hearing, Invulnerability, Heat Vision, Breath Attack, Super Breath/Freeze Breath, Memory-Erasing Kiss, Regeneration (Low-Mid), Longevity, Limited Transmutation (Can turn coal into diamonds), Attack Reflection (Can reflect lasers with his bare hands), Thread Manipulation (Can turn his emblem into a net), Can create Illusionary Duplicates to confuse enemies, Time Travel by flying around the world. | Same powers as before plus Creation Vision, Duplication (With Synthetic Kryptonite), and Telekinesis.
Striking Strength: At least Large Mountain Class+ | Planet Class+
Durability: At least Large Mountain level+ | Planet level+
Standard Equipment: His web emblem
Weaknesses: Kryptonite greatly weakens Superman and causes him intense discomfort. Is much more vulnerable to magic than other conventional attacks.
Key: Canon Version (Superman I, Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut and Superman Returns) | Non-Canon Version (Superman I, Superman II, Superman III, and Superman IV)
Note: The canon version includes the Brandon Routh version because Superman Returns and Crisis on Infinite Earths are canon with Superman I and II (more specifically the Donner Cut) but not with III and IV.