* ''Funny/SupermanTheAnimatedSeries''
* ''Funny/TheSupermanAdventures''
* ''Funny/SupermanUnchained''
* ''Funny/SupermanII''
* ''Funny/SupermanIII''
* ''Funny/SupermanReturns''
* ''Funny/ManOfSteel''
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!!Comics
* In the {{New 52}}, when Superman is first captured and studied by the military, they think he's a shapeshifter whose true form looks like a 5-legged goat creature. A flashback in a later issue reveals that the "alien" corpse they obtained was [[spoiler: a malformed stillborn goat the Kents had passed off as an alien corpse after discovering baby Kal-El, bribing the soldiers investigating the crash with the body so they could leave the area undisturbed with the normal-looking humanoid infant that was readily accepted as their son]].
* The Pax Galactica, an ancient group of space warriors, declare Superman their leader after he defeats their mortal foe, the Lexus. Superman's first order of business.
-->Go home. Find another quest.
** The Pax Galactica accepts.
* At the climax of the lengthy President Luthor story arc, Superman and Batman enlist the aid of a twelve-year old billionaire genius (who was using the "Toyman" name at the time) to build them a spaceship to destroy the kryptonite meteor racing toward Earth. Their expressions are priceless when they see that he has built it to look like a towering giant robot that looks like Superman on the right side and Batman on the left.
* The classic "Tales of the Bizarro World" stories.
* The frequent [[UsefulNotes/TheBronzeAgeOfComicBooks Bronze Age]] crossovers with AmbushBug, who considered Superman his best friend, much to Superman's annoyance.
* Mr. Mxyzptlk's debut story back in the GoldenAge.
* ''Superman/Wonder Woman'': Superman vs Apollo. A CurbStompBattle that will be remembered for the ages.
-->'''Superman''': [[LampshadeHanging You hit me with sunlight?]] [[PreAsskickingOneLiner You don't know very much about me, do you?]]
* Half of the Silver Age comic book covers have become [[{{Narm}} narmy]] and HilariousInHindsight. No wonder they gave birth to the concept of {{Superdickery}}.
* ''Action Comics'' v2 #40: N52 Superman's first visit to Bizarroworld. Stand-outs are the Injustice League's "clean-up" after Metallo, and "Injustice League! Hug the bunnies!".
** A bunch of cutesy fairy tale creatures think Superman's BadassBeard is not cute. So what do they do? ''They rip the beard off his face.'' Clean shave, indeed.

!!Film
* In the first Christopher Reeve film, Superman is being interviewed by Lois Lane on her apartment balcony. Regarding his x-ray vision, she jokingly asks what color underwear she's wearing, only for him to reply that he can't tell because the planters she happens to be standing behind apparently have a high lead content. This was forgotten for a few moments, but after she walks away for a moment, he suddenly informs her that her underwear is pink. She immediately steps back behind the planters... but also shyly asks if he likes pink.
* Superman has just broken into Luthor's underground lair.
--> '''Lex Luthor''': Otis, take the gentleman's cape.
--> [''Otis approaches Superman, who glares at him'']
--> '''Otis''': I don't think he wants me to, Mr. Luthor.
** Also Hackman's cavalier, ad-libbed "Come in, it's open" just before.
* "Otisburg? ''Otisburg?'' '''''OTISBURG?!?!?!'''''"
** "Ms. Teschmacher has a place of her own. It's a little bitty place." (Perhaps [[EverytownAmerica Otisburg is like Smallville]].)
** What sells the scene is the fact that the "S" in "Otisburg" is written backwards.
* "Something wrong with the elevator?"
* When Superman shows up during his opening night to save Air Force One when an engine blows out. The pilot's expression as he looks out the window, sees a guy in a cape holding up the wing, and tells the rest of the crew "Just fly. We got... something... I ain't saying what, just... trust me."
** In fact, a lot of the reactions people have when Clark suits up for the first time:
-->'''Pimp''': Say Jim, that is a BAD outfit! ''(Supes flies off)'' Whoa!
-->'''Desk Sergeant''' (finding a boat loaded with tied-up robbers on his doorstep with a caped hero flying into the night): First drink's on me, lemme go get my hat...
* When he interupts the crooks on the boat, one of them comes up behind and hits him in the back with a crowbar, only to end up standing there as it vibrates in his hands.
-->'''Superman:''' Bad vibrations?
* The scene in the original film where Luthor explains to Superman that he'll never stop both missiles, because one's aimed at Hackensack and the other at the San Andreas Fault:
--> '''Miss Tessmacher''': But Lex, my mother lives in Hackensack!
--> '''Lex Luthor''': *checks his wristwatch, looks back up at her and shakes his head 'no'*
* An earlier exchange between them:
--> '''Luthor''': Miss Tessmacher, when I was six years old, my father said to meó
--> '''Miss Tessmacher''': "GetOut!"
--> '''Luthor''': ''(cheerfully)'' Ha ha. Before that.
** ''SupermanReturns'' [[MythologyGag plays with that scene when Miss Kowalski says Tessmacher's line once again to Lex.]]
*** As well as another similar bit that was [[MemeticMutation rather well received by the fanbase.]]
---> '''Lex Luthor:''' Come on, let me hear you say it, just once, come on.
---> '''Lois Lane:''' YoureInsane
---> '''Lex Luthor:''' No. Ha ha. Not that, no, the other thing. I know it's just dangling off the tip of your tongue, let me hear it just once, please?
---> '''Lois Lane''': Superman will-
---> '''Lex Luthor''': '''''[[BigWordShout WRONG!!!]]'''''
* Superman attempting his classic costume costume change in a phone booth, only to find it's just a phone on a post. It can be pretty weird to realize the concept was being mocked as early as 1978.
* From the helicopter rescue, this absolutely ''classic'' exchange:
-->'''Superman''': Easy, miss - I've got you.
-->'''Lois''': You - you've got me ... (looks down) ''WHO'S GOT YOU''?!?!?


!!Television
* In the first episode of [[Series/LoisAndClark Lois And Clark]], the montage of Clark trying on different costumes before settling on the iconic one.
* An episode of the old George Reeves Series/TheAdventuresOfSuperman is spent trying to prevent crooks from misusing a scientist's new supercomputer (an "electronic brain" in [[TheFifties those days]]) to deduce Superman's secret identity. After they've been stopped, the scientist (played by [[WinnieThePooh Sterling Holloway]]) is alone with the machine and realizes he wants to know the answer himself, so he asks it. Its answer is a strip of ticker tape that says, "Wouldn't you like to know!"