Battles Of The Week: Superman vs He-Man (Re-Published)

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BATTLES OF THE WEEK

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Writers and Artists

Keith Giffen and Dexter Soy.

SYNOPSIS FOR “JUSTICE DENIED”

Skeletor has come to Prime Earth in order to conquer it. Meanwhile, He-Man and Teela have joined forces with Evil-Lyn in order to find Skeletor. They intend to use his power in order to face a new threat. On the Justice League Satellite, the Justice League is under attack by Skeletor. Can He-Man and Teela save the Justice League before Skeletor can enact his plan?

IN TEAM-UPS

In 'DC Universe vs The Masters Of The Universe' (2013) #2, is the second encounter of a mind-controlled Superman and He-Man.
In ‘DC Universe vs The Masters Of The Universe’ (2013) #2, is the second encounter of a mind-controlled Superman and He-Man. Photo/DC Comics

A contest of Champions! Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you a battle that is sure to rumble. The Last Son of Krypton vs The Most Powerful Man In The Universe. What will be the outcome of this battle of epic proportions?

An alien from an advanced scientific world endowed with the power of the sun vs a being of powerful magic!

Enter the two contestants! Let’s look at the stats!

On the left side, is Superman, the Man of Steel from Prime Earth. On the right side, is He-Man, the warrior Prince from Eternia.

In 'Superman Unchained', Superman stands in front of General Sam Lane, Lois Lane's father.
SUPERMAN – PRIME EARTH
SUPER STRENGTH: STELLAR
SUPER SPEED: STELLAR
DURABILITY: SOLAR SYSTEM
ENERGY-PROJECTION: STELLAR
FIGHTING SKILLS: METAHUMAN
INTELLIGENCE: LEADER
PARAPHERNALIA:
  • Kryptonian suit of armor.
  • Yellow Lantern Ring.
WEAKNESSES:
  • Vulnerability to Kryptonite.
  • Vulnerability to magic.
  • Red sun radiation.
HE-MAN – ETERNIA.
SUPER STRENGTH: PLANETARY
SUPER SPEED: SONIC
DURABILITY: MOUNTAIN
ENERGY-PROJECTION: MOUNTAIN
FIGHTING SKILLS: WARRIOR
INTELLIGENCE: FIELD EXPERIENCE
PARAPHERNALIA:
  • The Sword of Power.
  • Chest plate made of coridite.
WEAKNESSES:
  • Magical spell to revert to Prince Adam form has a limit.

THE FIGHT

In ‘DC Universe vs The Masters Of The Universe’ (2013) #2, Skeletor and Black Alice come to Prime Earth to drain it of its mystical life-force. Skeletor attacks the Justice League satellite and using magic turns them into his “minions.”

The Justice League “minions” attack John Constantine, Batman, He-Man, Teela and company at the Batcave.

A battle to the death ensues between Superman and He-Man.

What a battle! It turns out the Superman He-Man killed was actually a facsimile. The real Superman, was being imprisoned on the extra-dimensional world of Trolla, by Orko.

In ‘DC Universe vs The Masters Of The Universe’ (2014) #6, He-Man rescues Superman from Trolla. An all-out battle between Orko’s minions and The Masters Of The Universe and the DC Universe ensues.

OUTCOME: HE-MAN WINS.

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HE-MAN IN COMICS

The issue marked the first appearance of He-Man and The Masters Of The Universe in the main DC Universe. In ‘DC Comics Presents’ (1982) #47′, titled ‘Superman and the Masters Of The Universe: “From Eternia — With Death!”‘, Superman encounters He-Man for the first time.

In ‘DC Comics Presents (1982) #47′, titled ‘Superman and the Masters Of The Universe: “From Eternia — With Death!”‘, Superman encounters He-Man for the first time. Photo/DC Comics

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SOURCES

Superman (Clark Kent) in DC Database.
He-Man in Wiki Grayskull The He-Man & She-Ra Wiki.

Feat: Cyborg, ‘Justice League’ #4

CYBORG
(VICTOR STONE)

PRIME EARTH

In ‘Justice League’ (2012) #4, titled ‘Justice League: Part Four’, Cyborg performs an energy projection feat. Cyborg awakes in the red room in S.T.A.R Labs and is confused. In a group parademons’ attack, Cyborg vaporizes a parademon with his White Noise Cannon.

How much energy does it take to vaporize a parademon with a sonic attack?

In 'Justice League #4' (2011), Cyborg vaporizes a parademon with a White Noise Cannon.
In ‘Justice League #4’ (2011), Cyborg performs an energy projection feat. Cyborg vaporizes a parademon with a White Noise Cannon. Photo/DC Comics

CYBORG UNLEASHED 6.38*10^44 TONS VAPORIZING THE PARADEMON WITH THE WHITE NOISE CANNON.

THE WHITE NOISE CANNON GENERATED THE EQUIVALENT OF 8.80*10^47 N OR 1.49*10^39 TONS OF TNT, CAPABLE OF DESTROYING A LARGE STAR.

ENERGY PROJECTION SUPER FEAT:

SOLAR SYSTEM

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Feat: Cyborg, ‘Justice League #6’

CYBORG

(Victor Stone)

PRIME EARTH

In ‘Justice League #6’ (2012), Cyborg performs an energy projection feat. Cyborg faces the menaces of Darkseid and the parademons. During the invasion of Prime Earth, Cyborg uses the Father Box bonded to his interface to close the Boom Tubes on Earth and send Darkseid and the parademons back to Apokolips, ending the invasion of Prime Earth.

How much energy does it take to close 81 Boom Tubes on Prime Earth?

In 'Justice League #6' (2012), Cyborg uses the power of the Father Box that is bonded to his interface to close the Boom Tubes and send Darkseid back to Apokolips, ending the invasion. (Photo/DC Comics)
In ‘Justice League #6’ (2012), Cyborg performs an energy projection feat. Cyborg uses the power of the Father Box that is bonded to his interface to close the Boom Tubes and send Darkseid back to Apokolips, ending the invasion. (Photo/DC Comics)

CYBORG UNLEASHED 1.28 * 10^78 TONS CLOSING 81 BOOM TUBES CAPABLE OF WITHSTANDING THE FTL TRANSPORT OF 81 SUNS!

THE BOOM TUBES PACKED THE EQUIVALENT OF 1.254 * 10^79 N OR 3.00*10^69 TONS OF TNT, ENOUGH THE ENERGY REQUIRED FOR SPACE TRAVEL FROM OA TO THE CENTER OF THE MILKY WAY GALAXY CAPABLE OF DESTROYING A GALAXY!

ENERGY PROJECTION FEAT:

GALAXY

                       

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Feat: Green Lantern, ‘Justice League #1’

GREEN LANTERN

(Hal Jordan)

PRIME EARTH

In ‘Justice League #1’ (2011), Green Lantern performs a durability feat. Green Lantern and Batman investigate alien sightings in the underground sewers of Gotham City. During the investigation, Green Lantern and Batman survive an explosion triggered by a parademon using a Father Box, killing the parademon, in an Oan shield light construct.

How much durability does it take for an Oan shield light construct to withstand an explosion triggered by a Father Box?

In 'Justice League #1' (2011), a parademon triggers a Father Box to explode as Green Lantern and Batman investigate in Gotham City underground sewers.
In ‘Justice League #1’ (2011), a parademon triggers a Father Box to explode as Green Lantern and Batman investigate in Gotham City underground sewers.
In 'Justice League #11' (2011), Green Lantern and Batman in an Oan shield construct, survive the explosion of the Father Box in Gotham City underground sewers.
In ‘Justice League #11’ (2011), Green Lantern performs an energy projection feat. Green Lantern and Batman in an Oan shield construct, survive the explosion of the Father Box in Gotham City underground sewers.

GREEN LANTERN WITHSTOOD 1.57 * 10^42 TONS WITH THE OAN SHIELD LIGHT CONSTRUCT CAPABLE OF WITHSTANDING THE EXPLOSION CAUSED BY A FATHER BOX!

THE OAN SHIELD LIGHT CONSTRUCT GENERATED THE EQUIVALENT OF 1.548 * 10^46 N OR 3.69 * 10^36 TONS OF TNT, ENOUGH 3.44*10^27 TIMES THE ENERGY REQUIRED FOR SPACE TRAVEL CAPABLE OF DESTROYING A LARGE STAR!

DURABILITY FEAT:

SOLAR SYSTEM

                       

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Feat: Superman, ‘Justice League #2’

SUPERMAN

(Clark Kent)

PRIME EARTH

In ‘Justice League #2’ (2011), Superman performed a super-strength feat. Superman faces Green Lantern and Batman for the first time over alien sightings in Gotham City and Metropolis. In the confrontation, Superman breaks Green Lantern’s light construct with a punch.

How much strength does it take to shatter a green lantern light construct with a punch? 

In 'Justice League #2' (2011), Superman breaks Green Lantern's spherical light construct with a punch, stunning Green Lantern and Batman.
In ‘Justice League #2’ (2011), Superman performs a super-strength feat. Superman breaks Green Lantern’s Oan light construct with a punch. (Photo/DC Comics)

SUPERMAN UNLEASHED 1.57 * 10^42 TONS SHATTERING THE GREEN LANTERN SHIELD LIGHT CONSTRUCT CAPABLE OF WITHSTANDING THE EXPLOSION CAUSED BY A FATHER BOX!

THE PUNCH PACKED THE EQUIVALENT OF 1.548 * 10^46 N OR 3.69 * 10^36 TONS OF TNT, ENOUGH 3.44*10^27 TIMES THE ENERGY REQUIRED FOR SPACE TRAVEL CAPABLE OF DESTROYING A LARGE STAR!

SUPER STRENGTH FEAT:

SOLAR SYSTEM

                       

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Feat: Superman, ‘Superman #38’

SUPERMAN

(Clark Kent)

PRIME EARTH

In ‘Superman #38’ (2015), Superman performs an energy projection feat. Superman unleashes a new super power. In a deadly battle against Ulysses, Superman unleashes… the super flare, depleting the solar radiation energy in his cells and rendering him powerless for 24 hours.

How much energy does it take to incinerate a city within a quarter mile radius with the power of the sun?

In 'Superman #38', Superman releases the super flare for the first time against Ulysses, depleting his cells of solar radiation energy and remaining powerless for 24 hours.
In ‘Superman #38’ (2015), Superman performs an energy projection feat. Superman unleashes the super flare for the first time against Ulysses. (Photo/DC Comics)

SUPERMAN UNLEASHED 140E+9 W INCINERATING THE CITY WITHIN A QUARTER MILE RADIUS! THE SUPER FLARE PACKED THE EQUIVALENT OF 1,814,400,000,000,000,000 J OR 433,652,008 TONS OF TNT!

ENERGY PROJECTION FEAT:

MOUNTAIN

                       

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DC Day: Super Flare vs Black Hole

Can a Super Flare Defeat a Black Hole?

In Superman #38, Superman in his battle with Ulysses unleashes the super flare, that releases all the energy stored in his cells and makes him human for 24 hours. Photo/DC Comics

In Superman #38, Superman in his battle with Ulysses unleashes the super flare, that releases all the energy stored in his cells and makes him human for 24 hours.

From IGN:

In the pages of today’s Superman #38, Superman’s discovered he has a new “super flare” power where he expels all of the energy in his cells to create a bright, powerful blast capable of incinerating everything within a quarter mile. The downside — aside from the mass destruction — is that using the super flare ability depletes his cells, essentially making Superman human for 24 hours.

– ‘Superman’s New Super Flare Power and Costume Revealed’, IGN

During his fight with Ulysses, a meta-human who can absorb energy, Superman blasted Ulysses with heat vision that Ulysses absorbed which resulted in Superman unleashing his Super Flare, as he started to glow. (Superman’s New Super Flare Power and Costume Revealed)

The fight resulted in the destruction of Superman’s armor costume in the New 52 multiverse which was created as a Kryptonian nano-tech armor that would cover his body, and the creation of a new costume.

At the end of the comic book, Superman reveals his secret identity to Jimmy Olsen: “I’m Superman Jim.”

In Superman #38, at the end of the comic book, Superman reveals his secret identity to Jimmy Olsen: “I’m Superman Jim.” Photo/DC Comics

Can a Super Flare Defeat a Black Hole?

In JLA Vol 1 #77 (2003), Superman holds ” a black hole no bigger than a speck of dust that is contained by a magnetic field”. Photo/DC Comics

In JLA Vol 1 #77 (2003), Superman holds ” a black hole no bigger than a speck of dust that is contained by a magnetic field”. The black hole is named Mnemon, it steals memories and causes the Justice League to fight among itself. Superman contains the black hole and with the help of Green Lantern John Stewart flies it “to a desolate stretch of space and hurl[s] it away.” (JLA Vol 1 77)