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* The Burn Rubber map in ''[[Pinball/HighSpeed The Getaway: High Speed 2]]'' includes Smallville and [[Film/SupermanTheMovie Otisburg]].



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* In the ''Animation/{{Lamput}}'' episode "Super Docs", Slim Doc wears a blue costume with a red-colored cape and upside-down trangle-shaped ChestInsignia, clearly meant to be Superman's outfit. His partner Fat Doc wears a costume meant to be Franchise/{{Batman}}'s, too.

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* ''WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd'' has reviewed various ''Superman'' video games for the UsefulNotes/Atari2600, [[UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem NES]], UsefulNotes/Commodore64, and UsefulNotes/Nintendo64.



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* In ''Film/ZigZag2002'', [=ZigZag=] wonders if they have the "noise," his word for cancer, where Superman comes from.

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* In ''Film/BreakingPoint1976'', Andy pretends to be Superman while he leaps onto his bed.


** The 1955 short ''Stupor Duck'' features WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck as an inept superhero trying to thwart an adversary who doesn't exist.

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** The 1955 short ''Stupor Duck'' ''WesternAnimation/StuporDuck'' features WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck as an inept superhero trying to thwart an adversary who doesn't exist.

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* ''Animation/MotuPatlu'':
** The title card of "Super Duper Man" is meant to resemble Superman's insignia.
** There's another reference to Superman in "Super Murgiyan", where, when Motu describes the super-powered chickens to Inspector Chingum, he says they ate Dr. Jhatka's special medicine and then became "super chickens like Superman".

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* ''Series/TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir'': In "Home is Where the Heart Attack Is", Carlton visits his father in the hospital following his heart attack from an unhealthy diet, and he admits that he can't bear to see him in such a vulnerable state, saying "You're like Superman to me."
-->'''Phil:''' Yeah, and cheeseburgers are my kryptonite, huh?

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* In ''Animation/HappyHeroes'', robots with costumes of Superman, Franchise/{{Batman}}, and Franchise/SpiderMan are known to appear every once in a while.


** The 1955 short ''Stupor Duck'' features Daffy Duck as an inept superhero trying to thwart an adversary who doesn't exist.

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** The 1955 short ''Stupor Duck'' features Daffy Duck WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck as an inept superhero trying to thwart an adversary who doesn't exist.

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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/MiloMurphysLaw'', Melissa puts forth her fan theory about ''[[ShowWithinAShow The Doctor Zone Files]]'' while waiting in line for the movie:
-->'''Melissa:''' So, Doctor Zone's mom knew that their planet was going to explode. So she wrapped her babies in one of those blankets that babies are always escaping exploding planets in. But the getaway rocket only had room for one baby. So, the other baby was caught in the implosion and sucked into a time vortex that turned him into a transchronological being, who's appearance would make our heads explode!


** The 1943 short ''Super-Rabbit'' features Bugs Bunny as the eponymous hero, who gains powered through eating special carrots.

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** The 1943 short ''Super-Rabbit'' features Bugs Bunny WesternAnimation/BugsBunny as the eponymous hero, who gains powered powers through eating special carrots.


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* ''ComicBook/{{Flare}}'': On [[http://www.heroicmultiverse.com/flare/webcomic/index.php?pn=808 this page]], Jimmy Dooley cosplays as ComicBook/JimmyOlsen, complete with signal watch. Sparkplug, who is dressed as Franchise/WonderWoman, is not impressed.

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* ''Webcomic/AngbandTalesFromThePit'': [[http://angband.calamarain.net/view.php?date=2006-08-18 In this scene]].



* ''ComicBook/{{Flare}}'': On [[http://www.heroicmultiverse.com/flare/webcomic/index.php?pn=808 this page]], Jimmy Dooley cosplays as ComicBook/JimmyOlsen, complete with signal watch. Sparkplug, who is dressed as Franchise/WonderWoman, is not impressed.
* ''WebVideo/HistoryOfTheEntireWorldIGuess'' references the famous "It's a bird!" line when introducing the Seljuk Turks.
* During the "Imaginationland" arc in ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'', Superman is briefly heard on the phone.

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* ''ComicBook/{{Flare}}'': On [[http://www.heroicmultiverse.com/flare/webcomic/index.php?pn=808 this page]], Jimmy Dooley cosplays as ComicBook/JimmyOlsen, complete with signal watch. Sparkplug, who is dressed as Franchise/WonderWoman, is not impressed.
* ''WebVideo/HistoryOfTheEntireWorldIGuess'' references the famous "It's a bird!" line when introducing the Seljuk Turks.
* During the "Imaginationland" arc in ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'', Superman is briefly heard on the phone.

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* ''WebVideo/HistoryOfTheEntireWorldIGuess'' references the famous "It's a bird!" line when introducing the Seljuk Turks.

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* ''Webcomic/AngbandTalesFromThePit'': [[http://angband.calamarain.net/view.php?date=2006-08-18 In this scene]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'':
** The 1940 short ''Goofy Groceries'' features a parody called Superguy.
** The 1943 short ''Super-Rabbit'' features Bugs Bunny as the eponymous hero, who gains powered through eating special carrots.
** The 1955 short ''Stupor Duck'' features Daffy Duck as an inept superhero trying to thwart an adversary who doesn't exist.
** The 1996 short ''Superior Duck'' is another parody with Daffy as a wannabe superhero, complete with Supes himself appearing near the end to bail him out.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheLooneyTunesShow'': The episode "Super Rabbit" has Bugs telling Daffy the story of ''Film/SupermanII'', with Bugs as Superman, Daffy as General Zod, Elmer Fudd as Lex Luthor, and Marvin the Martian as Brainiac.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Popeye}}'':
** In ''Nix on Hypnotricks'', Popeye's spinach-powered climax shows him turning into a parody of Superman, complete with the "S" from the can's label being stuck to his shirt.
** The short ''Fleets of Stren'th'' opens with Popeye reading a ''Superman'' comic book.
** In ''She-Sick Sailors'', Bluto disguises himself as Superman to impress Olive.
* ''WesternAnimation/PrivateSnafu'': The short "Snafuperman" has Snafu becoming the titular hero to better fight in the war (complete with the theme from the Paramount cartoons on the soundtrack).


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