If there could be one Superman character from the who’s per chance contrivance too overpowered for the DCEU, it’s Superman High (by skill of DC Database). The finest contrivance to appear after how overpowered Superman High could well well be for the DCEU is to advise one straightforward fact about him: He isn’t shiny powered by the sun — he’s a bodily extension of it.
The Superman High model of Kal-El has a acquainted foundation story. He is the presumed sole survivor of his house planet’s destruction, is raised by Jonathan and Martha Kent, and becomes the hero identified as Superman. Superman High remains immortal and, after all people he loves dies, he passes on the mantle of Superman and leaves Earth toward the cease of the 21st century, after which he traveled across the universe for with regards to 70,000 years. He returns hasty to Earth and passes on a minute portion of his powers to his descendants on the condition they continue to conflict for justice. After that, he decides to — brace yourselves — are dwelling at some level of the Sun for one other 15,000 years, turning into almost infinitely extremely fantastic.
The Superman we know charges to plump power from even a short quantity of exposure to the Sun while on Earth, so that you can also factor in how extremely fantastic Superman High is after being on the Sun’s core for 15 millennia. Or even you can also’t factor in it. That’s model of the level. Superman High is stronger than any other model of an already impossibly accurate superhero. He could well well choose down the DCEU Superman without breaking a sweat, which implies sadly, there’s almost no likelihood we’ll ever gape him in the DCEU. It wouldn’t create sense chronologically, either, since the DCEU films happen extra or less across the same time they’re released, whereas Superman High exists in the 853rd century. On the other hand, who knows what the future holds. It can well well be every DC superfan’s dream to stare your total wild variations of Superman introduced to the mammoth camouflage.