Kal-El, Superman, Clark Kent or the Man of Steel. DC’s Big Blue Boy Scout has certainly seen his fair share of flight in his years as a superhero. First introduced in the movie world via Christopher Reeves in Richard Donner’s 1978 classic, Superman has racked up thousands of miles from his first movie up to the most recent of his singular outings in Man of Steel.
Whether a trip over to the Fortress of Solitude to gather further information from the memory banks of his Kryptonian father Jor-El, saving the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco or just popping over to Lois Lane’s apartment for a cup of coffee and a chat, he’s certainly travelled thousands of miles. Thankfully, it’s all free for old Supes as he possesses the handy power of flight and all at the speed of a bullet – lucky beggar!
But what if Superman had to pay for all the travel like a regular person?
Well, thanks to our friends over at Trust Two we can find out exactly what it would cost regular Clark Kent if he were to jump on a plane and pay for all those flights here, there and everywhere. Featuring his journeys across, Superman, Superman II, Superman Returns and Man of Steel, the brilliant map accompanied by the staggering cost is a wonderful accompaniment to DC’s greatest hero and a real eye-opener.