Except not. 3 problems with this claim.
1) just because you live on a planet doesn't mean you have the collective knowledge of said planet (ex. I guarantee that neither you nor I have the collective knowledge of the human race)
2) He didn't actually grow up on krypton. He was born there but then immediately shot out into space. So he didn't grow up there and he wasn't educated there. So it's very unlikely he has any scientific knowledge gained by his people.
3) there's a difference between crystal intelligence (facts and figures) and fluid intelligence (problem solving). Superman doesn't have the former and he doesn't really show that he has the latter any more than your average superhero.
Back on topic; Although Iron man isn't my favorite superhero (I'm a batman fan) he does make a lot of sense from an ad campaign perspective. HTC is trying to advertise that they have the best technology. Iron Man definitely does have better technology than any other superhero.
I second this. mid 20's and I don't see it. On a serious note, christina hendricks as wonder women?
Edited by serothis - 6/21/13 at 2:39pm