This I will dispute, however, if Superman is able to fly around the entire universe while time is stopped it's still rather impressive since there is no way your average joe blow could run around the entire world relative to what superman did. That Death Battle came out in 2013, the Internet seriously needs to get over it. Antvasima (talk) 05:10, July 26, 2017 (UTC), Supes' match against Iron Man doesn't have the note of Stark having a week of prep and having the Iron Legion. What do you mean suspect? He isn't though. But you're right, this is proper context that Seth did leave out. Clark Kent. I'm new to having a wiki profile and what the rules are and such. The Last Son of Krypton. Before Superman left Lois in the 1st issue in Final Crisis: Superman Beyond, all time has stopped. P.R.O.J.E.C.T. Press J to jump to the feed. He will usually go into great detail with a ton of information gathering that is honestly impressive, but his conclusions are wack. Imouto 17:39, January 7, 2017 (UTC)Imouto-tan (Talk), I do not think so. He says that there are 50+ Universal feats and only 11 Solar System level feats, but he doesn't show us said list and sources. He recently jumped off of a planet and shattered it, it hardly seems like he needs to exert himself for planet tier stuff. i mean why hop on this thread if it's "Distracting". Matthew Schroeder (talk) 09:46, May 17, 2017 (UTC), The thread it links to is for a completely different matchup that doesn't mention Superman or Sentry at all. Leader Vladimir (talk) 18:37, December 25, 2018 (UTC), I removed the outdated old Rebirth uniform. I was watching a new SethTheProgrammer video, he made a good point about how Superman has more Universal feats than he does Solar System ones. He normally wanks characters to their highest degree and ignores context. Come here to talk about fictional characters, events, concepts, objects, etc. He clearly has much more impressive feats then star level. If you'd like a fairly extensive list of outliers for Superman, Here's a profile that complies them. It's not an accrate portrayal of his power, nor is it a legitimate weakness. Spearheading the superhero trope, Superman fights for Truth, Justice and for the those who cannot fight for themselves. Also, you might want to read Power-scaling Rules for Marvel and DC Comics. But when Superman himself and his friends and rogues generally stay on the ballpark of "i can destroy a planet" it's hard to suggest they could break a galaxy with their pinky. He's put in the planet category because he's a planet buster because he has more feats for that than either. I really like the character, but feats such as lifting a book with infinite pages and the like, are considered as outliers. There's nothing wrong with leaving feats... for as long as they're consistent with his general power level. My bad. His video about All Might is hilariously bad. Feats. SethTheProgrammer is okay. Basically if Superman has to exert himself for planet level and solar system feats theres no way hes actually universal. It be like scaling Pre-Crisis Earth 2 Superman feats to American Alien Superman, or Radio Show Superman. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. If you put all the feats on a standard distribution in ranks from least impressive to most impressive, the solar system one is still closer to what's more commonly depicted then universal ones even if it may or may not have more individual instances. Feats that put him at universal. Fixed. or is there a special place to post or discuss that stuff?Majin Shackleford (talk) 15:54, September 30, 2016 (UTC)M.S. Furthermore, the match isn't included on Stark's losses. Just because something is canon doesn't mean it's canon to every version of the character. Superman's current ratings are a conservative estimate of his most justified and frequent showings. Do you have any evidence that he has to exert himself for planetary level feats? AT THE VERY LEAST.Majin Shackleford (talk) 15:36, September 30, 2016 (UTC) M.S.