Now as we all know superman has always been a powerhouse and amougsts the strougest and most powerfull superheros ever. But there has been so many versions of him i.e. Golden age superman , silver age superman etc so i thought instead of trying to figure out what the most strongest and most powerfull version are i should just for the fun of it try to finad out what the weakest version of him is but the only one i could think of and in my opinon is the smallville version of superman. SO what do you think is the weakest superman?
what is the weakest version of superman?
My brother-in-law just told me that Lowther was the head writer on the radio program for the majority of its run. Seems like he was into writing for a character with more clearly defined limits (come to think of it, I can't even recall Lowther's Superman using heatvision, or super breath).
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This. Though to be fair, DCAU Superman has some decent feats, such as stopping a large meteor from hitting the Earth. The problem is his power levels fluctuate to the extreme, to the point where he was unable to lift a firetruck with one hand.
@z3ro180 No sorry my firend Matt idelson ( editor of superman ) already said in a interview that he is now more vulnerable than he was in the past i know im pissed off about it 2 but i may be wrong becase matt may have been refering to the silver age superman compared the new 52 superman but heres a link you can pass judgement your self http://www.supermanhomepage.com/inter-action/inter-action.php?topic=ask-editor/ask-matt and heres the q and a Collin asks: Is Superman more or less invulnerable than his armor-looking suit? His uniform has traditionally been invincible, but whenever something can actually pierce it, the Man of Steel is relatively unharmed, if a bit worse for the wear. Now he has something that looks like armor. If something is strong enough to get through it, does that mean it's strong enough to hurt him, or will he laugh it off like in days of old? Matt: Well, Supes is certainly more vulnerable than he was in the days of old, Collin. He can be hurt, as we've seen, though he can still heal as well. Lets just say from a general standpoint that if something can pierce his suit, it can probably pierce his skin as well. Really, the reason Supes first put on the suit was revealed in ACTION #8, but the fact that it is Kryptonian in origin (and therefore part of a heritage he wants to understand) and certainly more durable than his T-shirt and jeans look gives him incentive to keep wearing it.
@jrfocks: cool i dount think the new superman will be like SA superman. I think his skins in the new 52 superman title is kind of like mega durable like bullets cant penatrate it but a punch from darkside would cause his skin to bruse or even bracke the skin . As for his strength i think in futre issues will be more comparable to his pre flashpouint counterpart.
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All of the lower display version
Even the silver age Superman has very low, funny show
If you meant to say "SA Supes has low showings" then you are hilariously wrong.
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