Before I add my opinion to anyone of these battle, I try to visualize the battle with a lot of the possible combat scenarios. I can't bring myself to see this fight. I'm thinking "Ok Superman could probably use his superspeed to - ugh." lol. Both of these guys are in my top 5 favorite ficitonal heroes of all time. Captain America, Spiderman, Superman, He-man and Silver Surfer (not in that order). This fight is blasphemy!
Post Edited:2007-11-14 23:45:48
Ive watched all heman episodes , justice league episodes and alot of superman , and my opinion is the cartoons heman looks to be stronger, he might not have thr popularity but heman is highly underrated, i know alot of people would instanlly say supes , but im guessing they dont havent seen or have enough knowledge on heman , they judge supes on being able to move s planet which weighs 14 sextillion pounds which i think only happened in comics and they judge heman for pushin a moon which weighs 81 quintrillion metric tons, heman can also call for extra power from gray skull, and besides heman gets his power threw magic and considering supes has no defense to magic i go heman
If you look at the first page of the DC comic which is shown above, Skeletor is using a Power Sword to control Superman and to provide Superman with the 'Power of Grayskull'. Skeletor is basically providing additional power to Superman in the same way that He-Man provides power to Cringer to become Battle Cat and She-Ra provides power to Spirit to become Swift Wind. This is why Superman temporarily overpowers or stuns He-Man in the fight (i.e. Superman was temporarily the most powerful man in the universe). The fact that a Power Sword overpowers Superman in the first place shows that the holder of a Power Sword (e.g. He-Man, She-Ra) is more powerful than Superman and should be expected to defeat Superman in battle. Hence, we see He-Man killing a cloned Superman in the latest DC MOTU crossover.
Credit should be given to the comic writers here. They have created crossover stories that have the potential to keep both sets of fans happy while at the same remaining true to each hero.