- Weapon: Indepentently Targetable Particle Beam Cannons
Personally I hope both of these characters fall into a Flaming Pit of Obscurity and die horrible deaths.
Superman is nothing more than DC's "mcguffin" character...any villain that poses "too much" of a threat is simply "Supermanned" out...or they simply "power-up" Supes, ala Goku, to defeat whoever.
Not to mention their whole universe is based off of characters who are little more than lesser-powered clones:
-Shazam and the entire Marvel Family (Captain, Captain Junior, Mary, and Black Adam...heck even Uncle Marvel had a comical run back in the '70s)
The list goes on and on.
Hulk was an interesting character a decade before WW Hulk when he had "limits" and actual depth...now he is just another "Goku'd" mcguffin character.
I stopped reading and collecting comics when they started to fall victim to their own doom:
1. Lacking creativity to create actual challenges for their heroes, they instead simply made the villains more powerful...which necessitated the heroes become more powerful to overcome...Ad Nauseum until all your heros are at God-level and you can no longer come up with believable challenges for them (having to teleport Doomsday to the END OF TIME or Superboy actually fighting Satan comes to mind).
2. Characters whose power levels fluctuate according to popularity and buyer demand. I remember when Wolverine used to be the guy who got his arse beat, and what defined him was going back for a second chance and finding a way to win (without a "mcguffin" type plot device)...such as against Cyber or Wendigo...and suddenly during the big crossover he can stand toe-to-toe in a barfight with Lobo, a villain supposedly on par with Superman? (leading to the inevitable conclusion that he could supposedly do the same thing against the Man of Steel...wut?)
It was then that I realized comics had gone mainstream and sold out to commercialism and consumerism
"Bah Weep Grahna Weep Ninnee Bong"
"Now, without making any sudden movements, offer them an Energon Goodie..."