I suppose I should post this as some point today lol.
Superman vs. Mew
The press was rolling and the air was thick with fresh ink. The Daily Planet was in a blazing frenzy with hotshot freelance photographers waving supposed images of the “Centennial Park Phantom.” But the facts were in and the whereabouts of the phantom were clear. Some, who knew how to put pieces together quickly, wanted to hunt the phantom down face to face.
Typing away on a column about Gotham City’s Baseball win against Metropolis, the mild mannered, Clark Kent glanced over to a maniac Lois Lane.
Something had clicked in her brain, and the pieces of an elaborate puzzle were finally fit together. Shaking her head, laughing under her breath, “I got you now. This is the real deal.”
Noticing Clark starring at her, Lois glared stuffing a notepad into her pocket.
Walking over to Clark, Lois playfully sneered, “I know what you’re thinking, Smallville. Don’t you dare follow me.”
“I would never,” Clark smiled.
“Sure,” Lois remarked, grabbing a camera hanging on the door.
As Lois left the Pressroom, Clark got up and walked coolly towards the back exit, to the back alleys behind the Press.
Reaching Centennial Park, Lois knew where to go innately. Looking around to see if she wasn’t followed, she proceeded to walk a back path towards a small hidden pond. Little did she know, Clark was watching her every move 500 yards above, in the air, as Superman.
Sighing when she didn’t find the thing she had been hunting for, Lois sat down on a soft grassy gnoll. She looked blankly at the pond and pulled her camera off from her neck. “So much for the phantom lead,” she said sarcastically to herself.
About ten minutes passed, as Lois sat waiting. Nothing… until she began to see the water ripple softly. Looking around, she didn’t see any of the near foliage move, nor did she feel a breeze of any kind.
Grabbing her camera with a smile, Lois focused her lens on the water. Here’s the header of the week
, she thought hopefully.
A pink head bobbed out of the water peeking it’s eyes upon Lois.
With shock, Lois smiled lifting her camera upon the beast and with a brilliant flash, she got the picture she wanted.
The being in the water squinted, temporarily blinded , and with a spray of water, flew up into the air covering it’s eyes with it’s pink paws. “Mew!” it squeaked.
Lois sprang up, pulling the bulb from her camera, and quickly screwing in another. But as she lifted her camera for another shot, MEW held Lois in a Telekinetic freeze and hovered slowly to her staring square into her eyes.
Above, Superman sensed the possible danger and flew down towards MEW with lighting speed! Fear overtook Lois when she realized the phantom was more than she could take on. But just as she feared the worst, followed by a strong gust of wind Superman appeared next to the MEW. Hampering enough of his controlled strength, Superman shot a strong uppercut at MEW’s body, flinging the small creature high above the tree line, screeching in pain.
“Are you alright, Lois?”
“Good timing,” Lois smirked.
Quickly, Superman replied seriously, “Run. You’ve got your pictures, you’ve got your story. I don’t know what this thing is capable of, but it might be dangerous.”
“Okay, but after I take the pictures of this entire thing.”
Superman glanced upward to the MEW fall back into the trees. “Fine…”
Blasting upwards, Superman hovered above the trees and saw the pink body of the MEW crash back down into the trees.
Flying downwards to the MEW, MEW glared at the superhero and mustered up a Shadow Ball between his palms.
Superman flew down slowly, breathing in a massive vacuum. Hovering just above the MEW, he gave out a great freezing blow from his lungs.
Cold air beyond the depths of sub-zero temperatures engulfed the MEW’s body as MEW let loose of his Shadow Ball attack. Knocking the air out of Superman as it smashed into his chest, Superman flew back through the trees, plowing into the ground. His vision blurred slightly and his senses tingled, Superman shook his head a little regaining his thought from the ghost like attack. Then a great cedar tree cracked and hammered down onto the Man of Steel.
Hovering up, MEW looked quizzically to the pile of foliage that had cracked on top of Superman, “Mew,” it squeaked, jolting away to the cover of the park.
Grunting at the top of his lungs, Superman lifted the trees off of himself. And grabbing that great cedar tree like a baseball bat, he rushed towards MEW, crashing through the trees, swinging hard, he caught MEW off guard. And like Babe Ruth, Superman smashed MEW into the sky, across the skyline of Metropolis.
Flying up, Superman followed MEW, catching it before it hit the LexCorp Tower. Holding MEW like a ragdoll, he proceeded to fly starward towards the upper atmosphere. “I hate to do this to you,” he said, “but you leave me no choice.”
But MEW, opened his eyes slowly and popped from existence of Superman’s hold.
Teleporting behind Superman, MEW grabbed him by the cape and swung him into a Seismic Toss back towards Metropolis Bay.
Regenerating himself, MEW gained speed towards Superman and began to glow, charging a Fire Blast.
Tumbling towards the bay, Superman regained control of his flight. Looking up at MEW, in his sight, he only saw a giant blast of flame driving towards him. Gritting his teeth, Superman glared a heating stare at the flames. And a laser beam, equally as powerful, me the Fire Blas just feet away from his body. Flying against the current of fire, Superman strengthened his glare, pushing the flames to the side. Forcing up the strength of his glare, beads of sweat sizzled off his face.
MEW kept steady with his Fire Blast, but soon realized he was no match to the Man of Steel’s unending stare.
Going invisible, MEW sided by Superman’s blast, nearly singeing his tail. Flying swiftly toward Superman, Superman ceased his attack noticing that the MEW had vanished.
Looking around, Superman sensed his opponent’s presence, but MEW was nowhere to be seen. Confused, he glanced from side to side.
Then suddenly something splashed into the bay below. Flying straight down to the water, Superman hadn’t noticed the sudden growth of dark black storm clouds above.
With a splash, Superman dove into the bay as lighting cracked above in the clouds. He could sense the invisible MEW swirling through the depths of the water and concentrated his hearing sonar to pinpoint the MEW.
Zipping through the water like a torpedo, Superman grabbed the MEW by it’s throat. Bubble of air escaped from the MEW’s mouth as it gasped in water.
A hook, a jab, and another jab! Superman punched the MEW in the face repeatedly. Blood escaped from MEW’s nostrils and mouth, swirling in the salty water of the bay.
With all his might, MEW clenched his fists and forced a Psychic attack from his body, blasting both all the water and Superman away from his body like a grenade. Hovering up above the water slowly, the storm dispersed as he let go of his control of the weather. Bloody and bruised, MEW looked below towards the water.
A vortex in the water had begun to form as Superman began to spin himself at lightning speed under the deeper fathoms of the bay.
Soon a waterspout had formed, and with a burst of air from his lungs, Superman deep froze the water to a giant club of ice. Handling it like a bat, Superman brought his weapon up above his head and swung it down like a titan against the tiny MEW.
But this time, MEW knew the trick. Summoning a Barrier just in time, MEW shattered the ice around his bubble of Protection.
Blasting forward with awesome speed, Superman smashed into MEW’s bubble Barrier, popping instantaneously.
Careening to the water, MEW muster up the last of his Telekinetic strength and regained control of his flight.
Flying towards MEW, Superman cranked back another punch. But before he could strike, MEW put a single paw forward to Superman, freezing him motionless in a telekinetic hold.
Time stood still around the warriors. The psychic hold took Superman by surprise. Looking into his foes eyes, holding his breath, his muscles strained as they fought against MEW’s powerful mind. Slowly, the Man of Steel’s strength grew fiercer, his whole body shaking under the immense power of his body.
MEW floated slowly towards Superman with his eyes closed. Broken and bruised, MEW knew he had to finish this now. Placing his free paw onto Superman’s forehead, MEW began to read the every thought and weakness of Superman. Mew’s eyes opened slowly, glowing. A faint smile grew in the corner of MEW’s mouth, and under the melody of a mysterious sweet song, Superman began to feel the effects of a Hypnosis.
Fighting the song with every thread of his mind, Superman, Clark Kent, the country boy from Smallville screamed into a yell for the honor of Krypton and his parents. But soon his war cry faded to silence.
Superman falls asleep, under the mercy and control of MEW.
Being a big fan of Superman since childhood, it truly pains me to say; MEW is ultimately the victor.
After 1,000 battles in the simulator; like a mentalist and a fork, the Man of Steel bends under the pressure of MEW with a victory rate of:
Superman – 46.38%
MEW – 53.62%
Most effective combos:
Superman – Concussive strength and speed.
MEW – Hypnosis, Psychic, Dark, and Ghost attacks.
This fight was VERY close, and the results take into consideration that neither MEW nor Superman had ever encountered each other prior to battle. If both had known each other’s weakness and limitations, the results would probably skew towards Superman as the victor.
Superman could destroy MEW in a single blow. The real question is, would he? No—which is unfortunate for Superman. Superman tends to be quite the boy scout in all situations, and tries to stay away from collateral damage. He also often times tests his opponents strength and weaknesses just before defeating them, gauging how much strength would be necessary to beat his foe.
MEW’s battle personality is quite similar, but to a more naïve and playful degree.
Ultimately, despite his superior strength; Superman proves his weakness to a superior psychic mind.
In most scenarios, MEW’s psychic control was just far too much for Superman to overcome.
So I apologize to all DC fans who might of put money on this, but—
MEW beats Superman.