In pop culture folklore, Superman is Earth’s greatest hero. His mythological attributes of being faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, and able to leap tall buildings in a single bound can be quoted by anyone. Over the years, the last son of Krypton has taken a back seat to superheroes such as Iron-Man and Batman. Society’s disillusionment with Superman stems from a lack of realism in which he solves the world’s problems. Being able to jettison an aircraft carrier into outer space with the ease equivalent to us mere mortals throwing a roll of toilet paper seems to be lost on people. Or, maybe our ability to suspend reality has been severely limited to the complexity of the times we live in today?