Superman Blue (DC)(Post Crisis)
Real Name: Kal-El / Clark Kent
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Superman Blue has all the powers of the normal Superman including super-strength, flight, heat-vision, etc. Beyond his usual powers, Superman Blue can also phase through solid objects, see different spectrum of light and energy and power himself through electricity. He could also transform back into Clark Kent.
When in Clark Kent form, Superman Blue has no powers. He also presumably retains Superman's weakness to magic and Kryptonite.
After the Sun was put out during the Final Night event, Superman's powers were rendered practically inert. Even after the sun was re-lit by Parallax, Superman's powers remained nonexistent until they began to re-manifest in bizarre ways, namely causing him to change into an energy being. This is best explained by him apparently absorbing ambient energies in the electromagnetic field of Earth.
But, when an attempt on his life was made, it split him into two beings nicknamed Superman Red and Superman Blue. Superman Blue was totally serious, as opposed to his carefree Red half. The two beings were re-merged into one at the end of the Millennium Giants event when Kismet combined them as a favor for stopping the giants through self-sacrifice.
This entry should only be used for the period when Superman was split into two beings. For the time where "Electric Blue Superman" was a singular character, use Superman (DC)(Post-Crisis).
First Appearance: Adventures of Superman (1987) #545
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Action Comics (1938)
Annual 09 Adventures of Superman (1987)
- 'The Magnetic Medium'#738
- 'Straight On Till Morning'#739
- 'Party Trappings'#740
- 'A Rag, a Bone, & a Hank of Hair'#741
- 'A Cautionary Tale'#742
- 'Devil May care: A Thesis on the Psychopathologist's Role, By Amy Iwata'#743
- 'Operation: Ink!'#744
- 'Chasing the Ancient of Days'
#545 Avengers/JLA (2003)
- 'Power Crisis!'#546
- 'Blood & Thunder'#547
- 'Rude Awakening!'#548
- 'Friends, Lovers, and Strangers!'#550
- 'The Secret'#551
- 'Genesis For Humanity'#552
- 'Control of Power'#553
- 'Energy Crisis!'#554
- 'Children and Monsters!'#555
- 'The End of the World As We Know It!'#572
- 'Chapter 2-When?'#576
- 'Superman, This Is Your Life, Part 3'
#4 Challengers of the Unknown (1997)
- 'The Brave...and the Bold'
#15 Chase (1998)
- 'Earth Came A-Walkin'
DC Universe Holiday Bash (1997)
DC Universe: Origins (2009)
TPB Death of the New Gods (2007)
- 'DC Universe: Origins'
HC Faces of Evil: Prometheus (2009)
- 'Death of the New Gods'TPB
- 'Death of the New Gods'#5
#1 Genesis (1997)
- 'The Man Who Murdered Prometheus'
Preview#1 Infinite Crisis Secret Files 2006 (2006)
- 'Edge of Destruction'#3
- 'Event Horizon'#4
- 'Last God Standing'
Jack Kirby's Fourth World (1997)
#5 JLA - Die neue Gerechtigkeitsliga Sonderband (1997)
- 'Woman Of Tomorrow'#6
- 'Fire In The Sky'#7
- 'Heaven On Earth'#8
- 'Imaginary Stories'#9
- 'Rock Of Ages, Prologue: Genesis And Revelations'#11
- 'Rock Of Ages, Part Two: Hostile Takeover'#12
- 'Rock Of Ages, Part Three: Wonderworld'#14
- 'Rock Of Ages, Part Five: Twilight of the Gods'#15
- 'Rock Of Ages, Part Six: Stone of Destiny'#16
- 'Prometheus Unbound'#18
- 'Seven Soldiers of Probability'
#8 JLA Gallery (1997)
- 'Aus den geheimen Archiven 2'
JLA in Crisis Secret Files (1998)
JLA Secret Files (1997)
JLA: Paradise Lost (1998)
#2 JLA: Tomorrow Woman (1998)
- 'The Damnation Game'#3
#1 JLA/WildC.A.T.s ''Crime Machine'' (1997)
- 'Tomorrow Never Knows'
Justice League: Cry for Justice (2009)
Legion of Super-Heroes (1989)
#100 Lex Luthor: A Celebration of 75 Years (2015)
- 'OK C.O.M.P.U.T.O.'
HC Lobo (1993)
- 'Lex Luthor: A Celebration of 75 Years'
#50 Martian Manhunter (1998)
- 'Dead Heroes Don't'
Mr. Mxyzptlk (Villains) (1998)
#1 Resurrection Man (1997)
- 'Invader from the 10th Dimension!'
#35 Steel (1994)
- 'Mr. Pip and Mr. Black'#43
- 'Knight's Past'
#43 Superboy (1994)
- 'Among Giants'
#40 Superboy & The Ravers (1996)
- 'Meltdown, Part 3: Life Support'#41
- 'Meltdown, Part 5: The Cure!'
#9 Superman (1987)
- 'Road Trip, Third Stop: The Road Not Taken'#14
- 'Genesis Suicide Squad'
#123 Superman Forever (1998)
- 'A Hard Days Night!'#125
- 'Genesis Anew'#129
- 'Within Human Reach'#130
- 'The Longest Halloween'#131
- 'Double Play'#133
- 'To Summon the Guard!'#134
- 'Dual Purpose!'#135
- 'Shattered Worlds'#154
- 'Whatever Happened to the City of Tomorrow?'
Superman Red/Superman Blue (1998)
#1 Superman: Secret Files (1998)
- 'Superman Red Superman Blue'
Superman: The Man of Steel (1991)
#68 Superman: The Man of Tomorrow (1995)
- 'Deja News'#71
- 'Altered States'#73
- 'Gang War'#74
- 'Subterranean Terror'#75
- 'The Death of Mr. Mxyzptlk'#76
- 'Earth Changes'#79
- 'End of the World!'
#9 Teen Titans (1996)
- 'History Lesson'#10
- 'Who Do You Love?'
#18 The Flash (1987)
- 'Night of the Beast'
TPB The Flash by Grant Morrison and Mark Millar (2016)
- 'The Human Race'#128
- 'Hell to Pay, Part Two: Heart and Souls'#129
- 'Hell to Pay, Conclusion: An Attack of Conscience'#136
- 'The Human Race - Part One: Radio Days'#137
- 'The Human Race - Part Two: The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner'#138
- 'The Human Race - Part 3: Home Run'
TPB The Power of SHAZAM! (1995)
- 'The Flash by Grant Morrison and Mark Millar'
Unlimited Access (1997)
Wonder Woman (1987)
#125 Young Heroes in Love (1997)
- 'Where Have All the Heroes Gone?'
- 'Two Hearts Beat As One Giant Undead Guy!'#4
- 'Cry Me A River Of Nigh-Irresistible Beams!'
Justice League of America (DC)
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