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ComicBookMyths

aka Fahim Ali

  • I live in UK
  • I was born on August 24
  • My occupation is Currently doing a Masters with a Year Abroad in Astronomy, Space Science and Astrophysics at the University of Kent.
  • I am Male
  • ComicBookMyths

    Continuing on from my powerscaling of Dwayne McDuffie's Superman, this time we take a look at Justice League of America (2006) Issue #30, "Welcome to Sundown Town, Chapter 3: New Moon Rising", in which Superman destroys a replica of the moon by flying through it at near light speed using special relativity to his aid, much like the Flash's Infinite Mass Punch. This moon was said to be travelling at 7,614,000 km/h by John Stewart or 2,115,000 m/s, this is 6,166.18076 times faster than the speed of sound and 0.705488061% the speed of light. Now there is a lot of controversy surrounding the mass of the moon as Batman stated in the story that it weighed as much as our moon, 81 billion tons. However, this value is off by a billion. Haters like …


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    In Action Comics (1938) Issue #847, "Intermezzo", Jonathan Kent is retelling Martha Kent an adventure he once had with Clark in order to reassure her that the Man of Steel will be fine in the Phantom Zone. During the flashback Jon and Clark are in the middle of space when Clark heres distress calls from members of a distant star system and races over there to help them out. While reporting on the battle, Jon says that he was light-years away and was yet still able to see and hear the battle and Superman was with him before flying over meaning he must've covered this distance to reach the aliens.


    Now the distance claim is vague and therefore ALMOST unquantifiable, but luckily for us we can figure it out using information from what happens l…

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