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Superman, the alter-ego of Clark Kent, (TV: The Return of Doctor Mysterio) who was sometimes referred to as Man of Steel, (PROSE: The Shining Man) was a fictional superhero and the main character in the comic book series of the same name, (TV: The Return of Doctor Mysterio)
The last of his kind, Superman crash-landed on Earth as a baby. (AUDIO: 1963: Fanfare for the Common Men) In his later life, Kent worked as a reporter at the Daily Planet, alongside Lois Lane and Jimmy Olsen. His editor was Perry White. (TV: The Return of Doctor Mysterio) At one point, he had a snow fortress. (PROSE: Dear Great Uncle Peter)
Powers and abilities
The Twelfth Doctor read a Superman comic, and revealed to Grant that Superman and Clark Kent were the same person, making the point by drawing Clark Kent's glasses on Superman. When Grant told him that it was known by everyone (in the real world), the Doctor noted that Lois Lane did not know despite being a reporter. (TV: The Return of Doctor Mysterio) Supergirl, the host of Meet That Hero!, would later attempt to prove to her viewers that glasses could work as an effective disguise by demonstrating that a woman was unable to recognise Clark Kent as Superman. (WC: Supergirl Meets E.T.)
Behind the scenes
As he revealed at the 2016 New York Comic Con, Superman, or more specifically Clark Kent, is Steven Moffat's favourite superhero. In writing the Ghost (Grant) in The Return of Doctor Mysterio, Moffat was particularly influenced by Clark Kent, and took inspiration from the Christopher Reeve Superman films of the 1970s and 1980s.
A version of Superman appears as a playable character in LEGO Dimensions alongside the first 13 incarnations of the Doctor (including the War Doctor), existing in a parallel universe relative to the Doctor's own. As a result, the reference to Superman in WC: Supergirl Meets E.T. implicitly referred to the "real" Superman from his cousin Supergirl's home universe, rather than to the fictional version from the DWU. However, LEGO Dimensions is not considered a valid source by this Wiki, and this information is not present in Supergirl Meets E.T. itself, which doesn't actually preclude the possibility that Superman is a fictional character with no particular ties to the real individual Supergirl.
Jim Broadbent, who played Jean Pierre Dubois in Superman IV: Quest for Peace, played an Eleventh Doctor in The Curse of Fatal Death. He had previous been one of the many performers considered for the role of the Eighth Doctor.
William Russell, Susannah York, Shane Rimmer, Sarah Douglas, David Neal, John Hollis, Tony Selby, James Garbutt, Harry Fielder, Alf Joint, Roger Brierley, Terry Walsh, Tony Sibbald, Robert Beatty, Henry Woolf, R. J. Bell, Esmond Knight, Eiji Kusuhara, Peter Roy, David Garth, Rex Robinson, Kiran Shah, David de Keyser, Burnell Tucker, Kerry Shale, David Forman and Alan Tilvern all appeared in the 1978-1987 Superman film series.
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