Superman and Superman Types

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  • A DC Comics' version of Superman that worked for the Nazis.

  • A Marvel Comics version of Superman that worked for the Nazis.

  • Sort of a Superman type from DC Comics with a few extra powers.

  • A Superman type from DC Comics with a few extra powers.

  • A DC Comics Superman type who was a White Martian who adopted a form so that he could be viewed like Superman by the general public.

  • An alternate version of Lar Gand who was an imitation of Superman in the DC Comics Universe.

  • An alternate version of Supergirl in the DC Universe.

  • Another Marvel Comics version of Superman.

  • A version of Superman from DC's Kingdom Come mini-series.

  • A Lone Star Press female version of Superman.

  • From Hanna Barbara cartoons to DC Comics is another version of Superman.

  • A young Martian girl in the DC Universe.

  • A Red Saturnian that is like the Green Martians of the DC Universe. His powers are like Martian Manhunter's powers and, by extension, like Superman's powers.

  • A goody two shoes version of Superman in the DC Universe.

  • From Marvel's Squadron Supreme universe it their version of Martian Manhunter who is another version of Superman himself.

  • The One, The Only, The Origianl. Supmerman, the one that started it all.

  • A clone of Superman.

  • Superman's cousin.

  • Superman's cousin from another dimension.

  • A twisted duplicate of Superman.

  • A twisted duplicate of Supergirl.

  • Hank Henshaw's body was destroyed and replaced with a new body using Kryptonian technology. He became an evil twisted version of Superman.

  • At one point he had an appearance and powers nearly identical to the Man of Steel.

  • Tall Maarvel is one of the Captain Marvel family. Captain Marvel was considered an imitation of Superman.

  • Far Marvel is one of the Captian Marvel family. Captain Marvel was considered an imitation of Superman.

  • Ultraman is an evil Superman from another dimension in DC Comics.

  • Billy Batson is the original Captain Marvel. Originally from Fawcett Comics, now Captain Marvel is owned by DC Comics.

  • Lara is a child of Superman and Wonder Woman from another dimension.

  • Mary Marvel is Captain Marvel's female counterpart like Supergirl is Superman's female counterpart.

  • Matrix adopted the Supergirl identity for a while.

  • Cir-El is a genetically created daughter of Superman and Lois Lane.

  • He is a Superman rival from the Silver Age of DC Comics.

  • Supreme is an imitation of Superman from Image Comics.

  • She is Supreme's female counterpart.

  • A kid with powers like Supreme and is therefore an imitation of Superboy.

  • A Marvel Comics imitation of Superman who even has an "S" on his torso.

  • A Silver Age rival of Superman from DC Comics.

  • Another Silver Age rival of Superman from DC Comics.

  • He's actually more of an imitation of Wonder Woman, but with the cape he seems very Supermanesque.

  • A Silver Age rival of Superman from DC Comics.

  • A Marvel character that seems to have very Superman like powers and a Superman like origin. He is actually a skrull.

  • A Superman like character from DC Comic's 31st Century universe.

  • Dark Horse Comics' version of Superman.

  • A descendant of Superman.

  • A descendant of Superman.

  • An imitation of Superman from Big Bang Comics.

  • An imitation of Superman from Malibu Comics.

  • An imitation of Superman from Image Comics.

  • An imitation of Superman from Crossgen Comics.

  • A Marvel character that appears to be a French Superman.

  • An imitation of Superman from another dimension in the Marvel universe.

  • An evil imitation of Superman from another dimension in the Marvel universe.

  • An imitation of Superman from Marvel Comics that also imitates the Legion of Super-Heroes.

  • Gladiator's son in the Marvel universe.

  • Like Gladiator and Kid Gladiator in the Marvel universe she could also be an imitation of Supergirl.

  • An evil counterpart of Captain Marvel in DC Comics.

  • An evil counterpart of Captain Marvel Jr. in DC Comics.

  • An evil counterpart of Mary Marvel in DC Comics.

  • A junior Superman in DC Comics.

  • Freddy Freeman is Captain Marvel Jr. in DC Comics.

  • There are several versions of Overman in DC Comics. This entry seems to cover most or all of the versions. All version are imitations of Superman.

  • From DC comics is another version of Supergirl.

  • A version of Superman who grew up in the Soviet Union.

  • From DC Comics' Earth-35 universe is an imitation of Image Comics' Supreme, who was an imitation of DC Comics' Superman.

  • From DC's Earth-31 is an ancestor of Kal-El who traveled to Earth moe than 200 years earlier and absorbed yellow sun radiation during the whole time, thus becoming more powerful than any Kryptonian anywhere.

  • A combination of Superman and Martian Manhunter form DC's Earth-32 dimension.

  • A Superman rival from DC Comics.

  • Another Superman imitator from DC Comics.

  • A Skybound/ Image Comics character who seems to be an imitator of Superboy.

  • The father of Invincible from Skybound/ Image Comics.

  • Big Bang Comics' Supergirl imitator.

  • From DC's Earth 36 is DC's imitation of Ultiman who is Big Bang Comics' imitation of DC's Superman.

  • AC Comics' Superman type.

  • Another image comics version of Supreme who was a version of Superman.

  • A goofy imitation of Superman.

  • Astro City's Superman.

  • Wildstorm's version of Superman.

  • An Image Comics imitator of Superman by way of Gorilla Comics.

  • An Image character that was an homage to Captain Marvel who was an imitation of Superman.

  • A Superman from DC One Million.

  • A Marvel Comics imitation of Superman.

  • One of Image Comics' versions of Superman.

  • A version of Superman from Dark Horse Comics.

  • A version of Superman from Comics Interview.

  • A son of a Superman and a Wonder Woman from other dimensions in the DC Universe.

  • From DC comics is a version of Superman from another dimension who went crazy.

  • A Boom! Studios comics version of Superman.

  • DC Comics. A clone of Superboy.

  • A Wildstorm/ DC Comics version of Superman who appears to be evil.

  • Wildstorm/ DC Comics. Asto City's version of Superman.

  • Marvel Comics. Another version of Superman.

  • Boom! Studios' version of Superman.

  • Another DC version of Superman from another dimension.

  • From DC Comics a robot Superman.

  • A Wildstorm Comics/ DC Comics evil Superman.

  • From Marvel Comics. A Hyperion construct.

  • An Image Comics Superman type character.

  • An evil Wildstorm Comics/ DC Comics version of Superman.

  • A DC Comics version of Mr. Majestic who was a version of Superman.

  • This character is from DC Comics' Earth - 11.