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Welcome back to another Top 5 Heroclix World article. This time I’m taking a look at the Top 5 Superman clix for Modern Age games. Thanks to a number of recent sets included the self-titled Superman, Justice League (New 52) and others, players have several super selections to choose from for their go to Man of Steel.
Criteria: Be advised, the qualification for this list are that the character can be played in a standard 300 point format and that they are legal in modern age games. Lastly, since several of the choices have split dials I am rating the characters based on use at their full point values. Otherwise it would be a three way tie for the number one spots (there I said it).
First up is…
#5 Superman (JL52 Fast Forces 002)
Coming in at 125 points, FFJL002 Superman is the cheapest version of superman to make the list. When you are looking for a version to play that won’t quite cost half of your total bild, this is the guy to go to. A decent amount of keywords make him pretty easy to work with and maintain a theme bonus. This Superman comes equipped with very solid combat values, the right set of powers (Charge, Impervious, Exploit Weakness, Flight), the Indomitable ability and a cool special power that keep him from being tied up by other characters.
Why he is #5
As great as I think he is, a 0 range value keeps him from soaring any higher on this list. No range means he has to get in close to be of any use. He’s still a great choice, just not super enough to rate any higher on the list.
From Wikipedia: Superman is an American fictional character, a comic book superhero who appears in comic books published by DC Comics. He is widely considered a national cultural icon.Superman was created by writer Jerry Siegel and artist Joe Shuster, high school students living in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1933; the character was sold to Detective Comics, Inc. (later DC Comics) in 1938.
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