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Composite Superman.png|Composite Superman in the DC show.
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{{Villain_Infobox
Omg5W.jpg|Composite Superman in Costume.
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|image = 225px-Worldsfinest283.JP
225px-Worldsfinest283.JPG|Composite Superman, from World's Finest Comics #28
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|fullname = Joseph Meach
41XKQS5149L.jpg|Composite Superman action figure.
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|alias = Composite Superman
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|origin = ''DC'' Comics
'''Joseph Meach''' was a [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Underwater_diving diver] who had fallen on hard times. In an attempt to draw publicity to himself, Meach set up a water tank on a sidewalk in [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metropolis_(comics) Metropolis] and dove off a building. Unbeknownst to Meach, the tank was leaking and Meach would have died if not for the intervention of
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|occupation = Diver (Formerlu)
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|skills = Ability to alter his size<br>
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Shapeshifting<br>
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Telepathy<br>
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12th level intelligence<br>
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Magnetic powers<br>
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X-ray vision that could see through anything even lead<br>
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The ability to transmute elements<br>
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The ability to phase through solid matter
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|hobby = Plotting against Superman and Batman
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|goals = Defeat Batman ,Superman and Robin
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|crimes = Assault<br>
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Murder
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|type of villain = Criminal}}
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'''Joseph Meach''' was a diver who had fallen on hard times. In an attempt to draw publicity to himself, Meach set up a water tank on a sidewalk in Metropolis and dove off a building. Unbeknownst to Meach, the tank was leaking and Meach would have died if not for the intervention of Superman. Upon learning of Meach's misfortunes, Superman obtained a job for him at the Superman Museum where Meach was employed as a [http:// janitor]. Meach's bitterness did not subside and being surrounded by mementos of Superman's career directed his anger towards Superman. One night as Meach was sweeping in front of a series of statuettes depicting the Legion of Super-Heroes, a bolt of lightning struck the display. The statuettes (which were actually miniature lifeless duplicates of the Legionnaires) unleashed an energy blast that struck Meach, endowing him with the combined powers of the Legion members. Determined to defeat Superman, Batman, and Robin, Meach used his shape-shifting power to turn his skin green and form a costume that was half of Superman's costume and half of Batman's costume. Calling himself the Composite Superman, Meach left a message in both heroes' bases to meet him on a mountain. There, he told the heroes that if he was not allowed to join their team, he would expose their secret identities, which he learned via telepathy. 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).
   
{{Villain_Infobox|fullname = Joseph Meach|alias = Composite Superman|origin = World's Finest Comics #142|occupation = Assault,Murder|skills = The ability to grow to giant size,
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A few years later, Xan came to Earth to avenge his dead father, a criminal who had been imprisoned by Superman and Batman. Xan restored Joseph Meach's powers by recreating the original accident. Meach's memories returned and he used the powers of Sun Boy and Lightning Lad to destroy the statues of Superman and Batman leading to investigation by the Duo. This time, the duo were able to deduce their enemy's identity as they checked the museum employees who were not around when the Composite Superman was sighted. The Composite Superman captured Superman and Batman by impersonating a chained Robin. The Composite Superman tried to kill the team by using his powers to simultaneously turn half of their bodies to anti-matter; Meach's powers wore off before he could accomplish this. Xan appeared and fired a lethal energy blast at the heroes with his Magna-Gun. A remorseful Meach intercepted the blast, dying instantly. A statue was made to honor Joseph Meach saying that he "lived a villain, but died a hero."
The ability to shrink,
 
Shapeshifting,
 
Telepathy,
 
12th level intelligence,
 
Magnetic powers,
 
X-ray vision that could see through anything even lead,
 
The ability to transmute elements,
 
The ability to phase through solid matter|hobby = Plotting against Superman and Batman|goals = Defeat Batman,Superman and Robin|crimes = Assault|type of villain = Criminal}}
 
[[File:Omg5W.jpg|thumb]]Superman. Upon learning of Meach's misfortunes, Superman obtained a job for him at the Superman Museum where Meach was employed as a [http:// janitor]. Meach's bitterness did not subside and being surrounded by mementos of Superman's career directed his anger towards Superman. One night as Meach was sweeping in front of a series of statuettes depicting the [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legion_of_Super-Heroes Legion of Super-Heroes], a bolt of lightning struck the display. The statuettes (which were actually miniature lifeless duplicates of the Legionnaires) unleashed an energy blast that struck Meach, endowing him with the combined powers of the Legion members. Determined to defeat Superman, [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batman Batman], and [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dick_Grayson Robin], Meach used his shape-shifting power to turn his skin green and form a costume that was half of Superman's costume and half of Batman's costume. Calling himself the Composite Superman, Meach left a message in both heroes' bases to meet him on a mountain. There, he told the heroes that if he was not allowed to join their team, he would expose their secret identities, which he learned via telepathy. 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).
 
 
A few years later an [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extraterrestrial_life alien] villain named Xan came to Earth to avenge his dead father, a criminal who had been imprisoned by Superman and Batman. Xan restored Joseph Meach's powers by recreating the original accident. Meach's memories returned and he used the powers of Sun Boy and Lightning Lad to destroy the statues of Superman and Batman leading to investigation by the Duo. This time, the duo were able to deduce their enemy's identity as they checked the museum employees who were not around when the Composite Superman was sighted. The Composite Superman captured Superman and Batman by impersonating a chained Robin. The Composite Superman tried to kill the team by using his powers to simultaneously turn half of their bodies to anti-matter; Meach's powers wore off before he could accomplish this. Xan appeared and fired a lethal energy blast at the heroes with his Magna-Gun. A remorseful Meach intercepted the blast, dying instantly. A statue was made to honor Joseph Meach saying that he "lived a villain, but died a hero.<gallery widths="193" navigation="true">
 
Omg5W.jpg|In costume.|link=https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/a/ac/Worldsfinest283.JPG
 
Composite_Superman.png|Animated DC tv show.|link=https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/dcanimated/images/0/01/Composite_Superman.png/revision/latest?cb=20180708123541
 
41XKQS5149L.jpg
 
225px-Worldsfinest283.JPG
 
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Revision as of 23:35, February 20, 2019

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According to Darkrai, this page is suspicious; very, very suspicious. It's not THAT big a deal that this was probably copied from another wiki, but c'mon, we've got our own style.
This page is likely plagiarized from this one: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Composite_Superman
Darkrai says to insert some Original Research at least so it's not a complete plagiarism: or he shall lock you into an eternal nightmare.

Joseph Meach was a diver who had fallen on hard times. In an attempt to draw publicity to himself, Meach set up a water tank on a sidewalk in Metropolis and dove off a building. Unbeknownst to Meach, the tank was leaking and Meach would have died if not for the intervention of Superman. Upon learning of Meach's misfortunes, Superman obtained a job for him at the Superman Museum where Meach was employed as a [http:// janitor]. Meach's bitterness did not subside and being surrounded by mementos of Superman's career directed his anger towards Superman. One night as Meach was sweeping in front of a series of statuettes depicting the Legion of Super-Heroes, a bolt of lightning struck the display. The statuettes (which were actually miniature lifeless duplicates of the Legionnaires) unleashed an energy blast that struck Meach, endowing him with the combined powers of the Legion members. Determined to defeat Superman, Batman, and Robin, Meach used his shape-shifting power to turn his skin green and form a costume that was half of Superman's costume and half of Batman's costume. Calling himself the Composite Superman, Meach left a message in both heroes' bases to meet him on a mountain. There, he told the heroes that if he was not allowed to join their team, he would expose their secret identities, which he learned via telepathy. 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).

A few years later, Xan came to Earth to avenge his dead father, a criminal who had been imprisoned by Superman and Batman. Xan restored Joseph Meach's powers by recreating the original accident. Meach's memories returned and he used the powers of Sun Boy and Lightning Lad to destroy the statues of Superman and Batman leading to investigation by the Duo. This time, the duo were able to deduce their enemy's identity as they checked the museum employees who were not around when the Composite Superman was sighted. The Composite Superman captured Superman and Batman by impersonating a chained Robin. The Composite Superman tried to kill the team by using his powers to simultaneously turn half of their bodies to anti-matter; Meach's powers wore off before he could accomplish this. Xan appeared and fired a lethal energy blast at the heroes with his Magna-Gun. A remorseful Meach intercepted the blast, dying instantly. A statue was made to honor Joseph Meach saying that he "lived a villain, but died a hero."

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