When Blaine levitated, he did so by “lifting things from the ground with his own two hands,” and in his own words, “the energy of the levitating objects made them levitate when they fell on him.” The fact that he was floating without any kind of resistance is proof that he was able to levitate. This is an important fact that has been overlooked in the discussion on the history of super-heroes.
Super-powered levitation has been a popular topic in comic books and television as well, particularly in Marvel’s “Crisis on Infinite Earths” storyline, which took place in the mid-1970s. However, the reality of the matter is that, if Superman levitated when he levitated (as opposed to when he was levitating when he actually levitated), there is no way it could be his actual power. The explanation for this has become more obvious with Super-Man’s recent “death,” and with the recent announcement of DC Comics’ “Rebirth” initiative which has “reestablished” Superman as a character. Since Super-Man’s “death” in “Crisis” has been used to show how his power “disappeared” after being in suspended animation, it seems that the story was not meant to explain how the real story on Superman’s powers would work.
The idea that Superman could float was introduced to the public by the 1980s animated series “Man of Steel.” The show’s version of Superman is portrayed as one of the most powerful men in the planet, with his powers and powers that came forth through a special shield/tongue. This story introduced the idea of Superman being capable of levitation in an entirely different context. Instead of Superman being strong enough to lift objects up in the air, Superman was created as an ordinary man and given a special sword that allowed him to perform “superheroic feats,” which he performed in a way that required him to push off of the ground. The series depicted Superman as being strong enough to levitate himself, but it simply was not meant to provide any explanation for an actual ability on his part.
This is a very important point that has overlooked, and could easily be overlooked as well. One can argue for how Superman could be levitated, but the actual story that should have been explained is that he used his powers to manipulate the ground and lift certain objects up high. He did so with his own two hands, and the fact of the matter is that he levitated
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