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Superman
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Superman in Scribblenauts Unmasked.

Type

DC Character

Behavior

Fights Evil

Synonyms

Superman, New 52 Superman, First Appearance Superman, Kal-El Superman, Kingdom Come Superman, Man of Steel, Man of Tomorrow Superman, Superman Blue, Superman Red, Red Son Superman, Speeding Bullets Superman, The Dark Side Superman (Good), The Dark Side Superman (Bad), Clark Kent (Superman)

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Scribblenauts Unmasked

Superman is a superhero and a member of the Justice League. He is a spawn-able NPC in Scribblenauts Unmasked. In the game, he can Fly, Shoot Laser Vision, Shoot Frost Breath and is super strong, he will also fight Villains or any other type of bad guy. He can only be harmed when near Kryptonite, at which point he will become Glowing and take damage like other NPCs.

Batcomputer Information

Faster than a speeding bullet, Superman is the world's most powerful superhero. A native of the planet Krypton, The Man of Steel came to Earth as a child, where he was raised by human parents, the yellow sun if our solar system gives him incredible powers, including super strength, flight, heat vision, and super hearing. An advocate of truth and justice, Superman disguises himself as reporter Clark Kent, in order to live among the people he protects. The protector of metropolis, Superman is a member of the Justice League, and is an inspiration to young and old alike.

Aka Kal-El

Variants

Here is a list of known variants (Please note that all variants ARE NOT added):

Superman

Superman Superman: New 52 version
First Appearance Superman First Appearance Superman: As he appeared in Action Comics #1 (1938)
Earth 2 Superman Kal-L Superman: The old Superman from Earth-2
Kingdom Come Superman Kingdom Come Superman: The aged Superman, returned from his self-imposed exile to command the Justice League
Man of Steel Superman Man of Steel: The classic Superman
Man of Tomorrow Superman Man of Tomorrow Superman: Superman in the mid-90s, with long hair
Superman Beyond Superman Beyond: As he appeared in the Batman Beyond two-part episode "The Call"
New Frontier Superman New Frontier Superman: Superman in the 1950s, as he steps up to fight off an impending invasion
Superman Blue Superman Blue: An energy containment suit Superman wore when his powers went temporarily out of control and became electricity-based
Superman Red Superman Red: A different side of Superman come to life
Red Son Superman Red Son Superman: Superman if he were raised in the Soviet Union, rather than the United States
Speeding Bullets Superman Speeding Bullets Superman: Kal-El as Batman. "Speeding Bullets Batman" spawns the same character
Good Dark Side Superman The Dark Side Superman (Good): A version of Superman if Kal-El's rocket had crash-landed on Darkseid's world, Apokolips
Evil Dark Side Superman The Dark Side Superman (Bad): Same as above, except wearing the helm of his armour
Cyborg Superman Cyborg Superman: Hank Henshaw, a disfigured astronaut who sought to replace Superman in the wake of his death
All-Star Superman Superman All-Star Superman Superman: Superman in his solar suit
Composite Superman Composite Superman: A villain who is literally half-Superman, half-Batman
Cosmic Armor Superman Cosmic Armor Superman: A weapon created by the Monitors to defeat Mandrakk, the combined energy of Superman and Ultraman
Flashpoint Superman Flashpoint Superman: A version of Superman who has been kept in a military facility for years and, being deprived of sunlight, is thin and weak
Harvey Dent Superman The Superman: Superman's Tangent Comics version, an African-American telepath bent on conquering the world

Clark Kent

Clark Kent Clark Kent: Mild mannered reporter Clark Kent is the secret identity of Superman. He works at the Daily Planet newspaper alongside Lois Lane.

In-game History

Maxwell first meets Superman in Metropolis, where he will introduce himself. Superman will say that he saw Doppelganger working with Lex Luthor and that their evil deeds can be seen all around the world. After the explanation, Lily will explain how to use her Globe, and you can move to the next level.

Superman appears again in the main Metropolis mission, where he is asking help from Maxwell in rescuing Lois Lane and Jimmy Olsen from Metallo. When they are rescued, Superman and Maxwell go to Lexcorp where they discover that Doppelganger gave Kryptonians powers to Lex Luthor, making him a match to Superman. Maxwell helps in battle, giving protective clothing to Superman, and spawning the Kryptonian's weakness, Kryptonite. Before Lex and Doppelganger can say what is their evil plan, they are teleported by a mysterious figure, letting the Starite behind.

Maxwell meets Superman again in the Fortress of Solitude, where Superman says that something is wrong with his Phantom Zone Projector. They discover that Doppelganger managed to free General Zod from the Phantom Zone, under orders from his "friend". Zod traps Superman in the Phantom Zone as revenge, leaving Maxwell alone to defeat both. General Zod and Doppelganger get in a disagreement, giving a chance to Maxwell to steal the Phantom Zone Projector and free Superman. After Zod is trapped in the Phantom Zone again, Doppelganger will be teleported by the mysterious figure again, leaving behind a Starite.

Warning: Spoilers Ahead - Continue at the risk of your own enjoyment.
On the last level, Brainiacship, Superman is seen fighting Warsuit Lex Luthor, where he needs to be defended from Kryptonite Nanobots. When all nanobots are defeated, Lex and Superman will go in a hand-to-hand combat, where Maxwell has to help Wonder Woman to defeat Cheetah while Superman finishes with Lex. In the final confrontation with Brainiac, Brainiac steals Lily's Globe and uses to teleport the Justice League away from his spaceship. After that he only appears in the ending, where he forgives Doppelganger for his evil deeds, claiming it to be manipulation from Brainiac.
Spoilers end here.

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