|SUPERMAN (CLARK KENT)|
In ‘Superman’ (2004) #207, titled “For Tomorrow, Part Four”, Superman performs a super speed feat. In the Middle East, investigating the Vanishing, Superman fights a mercenary called Equus. During the fight, Superman speedblitzes Equus.
How much super speed does it take for Superman to speedblitz Equus?
SUPERMAN SPEEDBLITZED EQUUS WITH FIVE PUNCHES DAMAGING HIS CYBERNETIC GOGGLES WITH STRESS OF 2417.89 MEGAPASCALS.
SUPERMAN GENERATED THE EQUIVALENT OF 40,137,000 NEWTONS OF FORCE TO DAMAGE EQUUS’ CYBERNETIC GOGGLES, ENOUGH SPEED BLITZ AT 948.825146631 METERS PER SECOND, 62.32 PERCENT OF THE SPEED OF MACH 2.
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