Does Superman have visibly different power levels?

#1 Posted by TheVoiceOfReason (747 posts) - - Show Bio

So i was just reading JLA and i saw that Flash said on the Moon Superman is 6 times stronger because of the gravity, so are there any times where they visibly make him stronger when hes on other planets? Or was this mentioned and completely forgotten about.

#2 Posted by Kal'smahboi (3502 posts) - - Show Bio
@TheVoiceOfReason said:

So i was just reading JLA and i saw that Flash said on the Moon Superman is 6 times stronger because of the gravity, so are there any times where they visibly make him stronger when hes on other planets? Or was this mentioned and completely forgotten about.

First of all, everyone is six time stronger on the moon than on Earth. Well technically, they're the same strength but everything is six times lighter, but it's almost saying the same thing.
 
I don't remember ever reading a time where Superman was shown as stronger because he was on another planet. For simplicity's sake, writers often make the gravity of alien planets the same as Earth's.
#3 Posted by ThanosIsMad (2198 posts) - - Show Bio

Though really, when you're capable of lifting thousands upon thousands of tons, the gravity of a planet starts to become negligible. Even on a planet with 50 times Earth's gravity, Superman would still be able to lift everything on it more than likely.

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