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    Default All animated Supermans vs each other

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    Do cartoon movies count? Or just TV series?

    Edit: if movies are allowed, then probably All Star Superman. Dude was breaking up the moon and shoving around septillions of tons.

    After him? Maybe the supes from the Manchester Black movie?
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    Cartoon movies count.
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    All-Star Superman starts with an advantage. Being so close to the Sun saturated his cells with substantial levels of solar radiation, to the point where he could lift the Moon's mass with one hand. But this power-up has a major caveat: it's killing him. All-Star Superman, over time, grows weaker. But since it took months for that to become noticeable, and I highly doubt this battle royal will last any longer than one hour, All-Star Superman is THE Superman to beat.

    Special shoutout to the Fleischer Superman from the 1940s cartoon series. That Superman was lifting skyscrapers, plugging up dams with mountains, and so much more.
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    Superfriends Superman moved the Earth occasionally, but I'm not sure he had a comparable durability. And he was stupid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BitVyper View Post
    Superfriends Superman moved the Earth occasionally, but I'm not sure he had a comparable durability. And he was stupid.
    Yeah I was about to say Superman from Superfriends probably has some ridiculous feats but has to suffer some monstrous CIS or PIS.
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    All-Star Superman followed by Superfriends Superman

    I remember the Superfriends Version flying so fast he broke the time barrier, casually wrecked fleets of invading space ships, and another scene where Wonder Woman lassoed him where the entire team pulled. They couldn't budge him. Superman casually tugged the rope which sent them all flying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godzilla2099 View Post
    All-Star Superman followed by Superfriends Superman

    I remember the Superfriends Version flying so fast he broke the time barrier, casually wrecked fleets of invading space ships, and another scene where Wonder Woman lassoed him where the entire team pulled. They couldn't budge him. Superman casually tugged the rope which sent them all flying.
    He could fly really fast, but dude's reaction time was SLOW.

    I feel the need to point out that in the pilot episode of Legion of Superheroes, Superman is able to lift 3,000 tons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 90'sCartoonMan View Post
    He could fly really fast, but dude's reaction time was SLOW.

    I feel the need to point out that in the pilot episode of Legion of Superheroes, Superman is able to lift 3,000 tons.
    And Superfriends Superman can push planets out of orbit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Dog View Post
    And Superfriends Superman can push planets out of orbit.
    With total disregard to the geological and meteorological effects on the pushed planet.

    His PIS/CIS/mental density really is up there with his strength. But he was strong nonetheless. No one can downplay his actual physical feats there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyke View Post
    With total disregard to the geological and meteorological effects on the pushed planet.

    His PIS/CIS/mental density really is up there with his strength. But he was strong nonetheless. No one can downplay his actual physical feats there.
    Mostly because if they didn't, then he'd singlehandedly solve pretty much every problem the Super Friends faced, considering he could move planets, fly faster than light, and basically do anything he needed to so long as he had some kind of "explanation" for how he did it (much like all heroes in the comics back then). Only guys who could be of use were Flash and Green Lantern, leaving Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, and the rest sitting at the Hall of Justice playing cards and hoping something happened while Supes, Flash, and GL were taking care of something off-planet.
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