- "Hail Superman, wearing tights. Clark Kent be thy name."
- ―Homer Simpson
| Superhero Information
Superman is a fictional superhero and the star of numerous comics and movies, including Superman and Superman II.
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When Bart tried to become a daredevil, Dr. Hibbert showed him a boy that broke his leg when he tried to fly like Superman.
When Shary Bobbins flew off with her umbrella, Barney said "so long, Superman!" to her.
One of Dr. Velimirovic's favorite expressions seems to be "Great Ceaușescu's ghost!", a wordplay on Perry White's catchphrase, "Great Caesar's ghost!"
Bart was once seen reading a comic titled, Aquaman and Superman.
When Homer waited for the Student of the Millennium Award should start he started to write a Superman novel.
When looking through comics at the Android's Dungeon, Bart came across Death of Superman and Death of Aquaman.
After giving Homer a black eye, Ned Flanders asks Homer is he can pray for him. Homer tells him it's okay, as long as he prays to Superman. Ned refuses and Homer started the prayer himself.
On Comic Book Guy's list of greatest quotes of all time is "I like pink very much, Lois" by Superman.
In a film about the first Olympics made by Homer and Bart they explained that they couldn't have the first olympics in USA for Pocahontas was still trying to guide Lois and Clark to the pacific. Later when they had found the pacific they was progressive and freethink adults so they all three got married together. They illustrated him with a doll of Superman.
Comic Book Guy said that he was not budging, like the door of Superman's Fortress of Solitude when The Beatles tried to visit. Homer later said that he and Comic Book Guy could still be friends, like when Superman teamed up with Lex Luthor. Comic Book Guy then said that was an imaginary story written by Harlan Ellison because he wanted to get fired.
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Superman appeared alongside Patty Hearst in the comic book Superman vs. Patty Hearst.
Behind the Laughter
Superman is a real superhero.