Biography: When the menace known as Doomsday came to Earth, it fell to Superman to battle him to a standstill...and the death! Though it cost him his life, the Man of Steel saved his adopted homeworld. Superman's death activated The Eradicator, an entity from Krypton, who assumed Superman's identity and placed the body of the fallen hero in a suit designed to reignite the spark of life in the Last Son of Krypton.
Statistics: First Appearance: Action Comics #1 (June 1938) Real Name: Clark Kent/Kal-El Occupation: Reporter Base of Operations: Metropolis Special Abilities: Super Strength, Speed, Invulnerability, Flight, Heat Vision, X-Ray vision and Freezing Breath.
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Reviews of Superman (Black Suit)
4.00 stars from playercustoms
I was hesitating wheter to buy this figure because I was not a big fan of the return of superman storyline.But after picking up the whole wave.Every figure was awesome,so I went back and picked him up.He was okay.Not a excellent figure but not a below standard figur.He does not have a lot of new parts,notably his head and bracelets.The head is sculpted very nicely ,thiugh it restrictes the head articulation.I wished that this figure could have been given an open hand and been given some accesories.Some bullet paches or at least some guns would have helped.After all,he's ""be prepared""(if you read the comic book you would know).Wheter to buy this figure? If you are a superman fan you would.I prefer the variant version compared to this one. View Review
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