List of Superman Supporting Characters

List Of Superman Supporting Characters

The List of supporting characters in "Superman" is the cast of characters secondary to the main character of Superman in the Superman comics, television programs, cartoons, and movies. Almost all versions reference the source material of the comic book version and therefore the various iterations in all forms of media share an overlapping set of characters.

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