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|hobby = Plotting against Superman and Batman
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'''Joseph Meach''' was a diver who had fallen on hard times.
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'''Joseph Meach''', better known as ''Composite Superman'', is a villain in ''DC'' Comics, mainly fighting Batman and Superman.
   
==History==
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==Biography==
 
===Comics===
 
===Comics===
In an attempt to draw publicity to himself, Meach set up a water tank on a sidewalk in MThe Composite Superman then created situations for Superman or Batman to handle, but which he intentionally sabotaged to humiliate the heroes, then sorted them out himself. Superman and Batman's attempt to expose him by using robot duplicates failed due to Composite Superman's ability to read their minds.
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Before his supervillanous role, Joseph Meach was a struggling diver. In an attempt to draw publicity to himself, Meach set up a water tank on a sidewalk in Metropolis. The Composite Superman then created situations for Superman or Batman to handle, but which he intentionally sabotaged to humiliate the heroes, then sorted them out himself. Superman and Batman's attempt to expose him by using robot duplicates failed due to Composite Superman's ability to read their minds.
   
 
Just before Meach could reveal the heroes' secret identities, the powers he gained from the statues faded away. Meach tried to write down the secret of his powers in the Superman Museum, but his memory faded before he could finish (though he managed to write down about the lightning striking the statues, but nothing more). He later had a funeral for him by the Justice League.
 
Just before Meach could reveal the heroes' secret identities, the powers he gained from the statues faded away. Meach tried to write down the secret of his powers in the Superman Museum, but his memory faded before he could finish (though he managed to write down about the lightning striking the statues, but nothing more). He later had a funeral for him by the Justice League.
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===Television===
 
===Television===
 
Composite Superman made a cameo in ''Justice Leuge Unlimited'' in an episode called "The Greatest Story Never Told". Unlike the comic, this "Composite Superman" is the product of a battle with the dark lord Mordru. It's actually a fusion of Superman, Batman, and Wonder Women with the appearance of Composite Superman, but with Wonder Woman's voice, resulting from some twisted spell used in the intense magical conflict. The spell was undone by the time Mordru was defeated.
 
Composite Superman made a cameo in ''Justice Leuge Unlimited'' in an episode called "The Greatest Story Never Told". Unlike the comic, this "Composite Superman" is the product of a battle with the dark lord Mordru. It's actually a fusion of Superman, Batman, and Wonder Women with the appearance of Composite Superman, but with Wonder Woman's voice, resulting from some twisted spell used in the intense magical conflict. The spell was undone by the time Mordru was defeated.
 
==Apperances==
 
''World's Finest Comics'' #142 (First Apperance)          
 
 
''World's Finest Comics'' #168
 
 
''World's Finest Comics'' #283 
 
 
''Superman/Batman Annual'' #3
 
 
''Superman/Batman'' #25
 
 
''LEGO Batman 3''
 
 
''Justice League Unlimited :The Greatest tale Never told''
 
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
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Composite_Superman.png|Composite Superman in the TV Show.
 
Composite_Superman.png|Composite Superman in the TV Show.

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Joseph Meach, better known as Composite Superman, is a villain in DC Comics, mainly fighting Batman and Superman.

Biography

Comics

Before his supervillanous role, Joseph Meach was a struggling diver. In an attempt to draw publicity to himself, Meach set up a water tank on a sidewalk in Metropolis. The Composite Superman then created situations for Superman or Batman to handle, but which he intentionally sabotaged to humiliate the heroes, then sorted them out himself. Superman and Batman's attempt to expose him by using robot duplicates failed due to Composite Superman's ability to read their minds.

Just before Meach could reveal the heroes' secret identities, the powers he gained from the statues faded away. Meach tried to write down the secret of his powers in the Superman Museum, but his memory faded before he could finish (though he managed to write down about the lightning striking the statues, but nothing more). He later had a funeral for him by the Justice League.

Television

Composite Superman made a cameo in Justice Leuge Unlimited in an episode called "The Greatest Story Never Told". Unlike the comic, this "Composite Superman" is the product of a battle with the dark lord Mordru. It's actually a fusion of Superman, Batman, and Wonder Women with the appearance of Composite Superman, but with Wonder Woman's voice, resulting from some twisted spell used in the intense magical conflict. The spell was undone by the time Mordru was defeated.

Gallery

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