Feat: Superman, ‘Superman #185’

SUPERMAN

(Clark Kent)

NEW EARTH

In ‘Superman #185’ (2002), Superman performs an energy projection feat. “Superman lands, dazed and confused, in the middle of a little league baseball game in Ohio.” Superman faces the mercenary and black-ops supervillain called… Major Force.

How much energy does it take to melt Dilustel Armor with heat vision?

In 'Superman #185' (2002), Superman melts Major Force's Dilustel Armor with a high dose of heat vision countering the claims that he is a boy scout and polite.
In ‘Superman #185’, Superman performs an energy projection feat as he battles Major Force. (Photo/DC Comics)
In 'Superman #185' (2002), Superman melts Major Force's Dilustel Armor and hovers above him saying: "Are we clear, Major?"
In ‘Superman #185’ (2002), Superman performs an energy projection feat as he melts Major Force’s Dilustel Armor. (Photo/DC Comics)

SUPERMAN MELTED 118 KG OF DILUSTEL ARMOR WITH THE POWER OF AN H-BOMB AT 4.2E+17 J! THE HEAT VISION PACKED THE EQUIVALENT OF 100E+6 TONS OF TNT!

ENERGY PROJECTION FEAT:

MOUNTAIN

                       

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