Essentially the various origin stories all have Superman coming from his home planet of Krypton in a rocket, narrowly escaping the apocalypse that shattered his world; he was sent to the planet Earth. Where he was found by Jonathan and Martha Kent, a caring family from Smallvile longing for a child, they raised him as one of their own. In some tells, Clark began using his powers at a young age as the hero Superboy, but recently that was removed from history as it didn't make sense in the Chronological time line. Clark would eventually leave the city of Smallville to go into Metropolis. There he developed the Superman persona and began to defend the world from the likes of Lex Luthor, Braniac, and various foes.
Pinzon essay shows that people in today’s society can be compared to fictional superheroes, and that they are the true heroes of this world. A good example of these extraordinary people is Noe Reyes from the state of Puebla works as a delivery boy in Brooklyn, New York. He is able to send five hundred dollars home a week. In the picture courtesy of Pinzon, Reyes is being displayed wearing a superman outfit while being a delivery boy on a bike. In all fictional stories about superman he is considered a superhero because he can fly, he is extraordinarily strong, and he the only thing that can stop him is kryptonite.
He was a normal man who faces problems and conquers them, while becoming an awesome hero. This makes Batman human and because he is so unlike Superman, an alien from krypton who has laser eyes and super strength far beyond the reach of the average person. Batman is the average guy. However, Batman's normalness is not the only thing that makes him a better example of a hero and his origins play another part in this. Batman, being a normal human being, obviously has no superhuman powers.
This accounts for many of his extraordinary feats, including bench pressing 1200 pounds (545 kg) and running a mile (1.6 km) in 73 seconds (49 mph/78 kph).  Furthermore, his enhancements are the reason why he was able to survive being frozen in suspended animation for decades. Rogers cannot become intoxicated by alcohol, drugs, or impurities in the air and is immune to terrestrial diseases.  He is also highly resistant to hypnosis or gases that could limit his focus.  The secrets of creating a super-soldier were lost with the death of its creator, Dr. Abraham Erskine.
In the movie Spiderman the hero starts off being introduced not as Spiderman but as a boy named Peter Parker who is yet to discover his powers. It is not until Peter is bit by a spider that his destiny is plotted. After some time of feeling abnormal and ill Peter awakes finding that his life is a bit different. Peter no longer needs his glasses and is much more agile compared to his old self. Soon after Peter discovers his powers to shoot webs and all of a sudden the stereotypical hero of Spiderman is beginning to be introduced slowly.
Bruce Wayne was not bitten by a radioactive bat, nor was Odysseus mysteriously given god-granted strength. How is it then, that although they demonstrate such individual resemblances, culturally they can be scrutinized as drastically different? Superheroes are not really human. They may be completely human in terms of the story, but much like Odysseus, they do not act human. Classical cultures were greatly influenced by Gods, and although Odysseus himself was only “god-like in nature” (1.21), it was supernatural powers such as Athena’s disguises which made him appear this way.
He goes from being an average, everyday nerd, to a superhero who always saves the day. He starts out as Peter Parker, but when duty calls. It’s a quick transformation to Spiderman the super hero; he has a double identity. Peter and his class go to a laboratory one day and he gets bitten by an irradiated spider. This spider mutates Peter’s DNA and gives him his Spiderman transformation overnight.
Whether it’s Superman, Batman, or Spiderman, almost every child has a fantasy of becoming a super hero. They want to leap tall buildings in a single bound, fly around the world, or miraculously escape death. However, these kinds of heroes are just modern heroes bought up by the imagination of the artist. They do not exist in the real world and are therefore just an idea. Although the comic book heroes are much more popular than classic American heroes, the comic book hero is rooted from these same literary works which once amazed people in the past.
Spider man is a modern day epic hero because he possesses all the qualities an epic hero should. He is a regular human being that has spider like super powers that he uses for good purposes. Peter Parker is a regular human being that is bitten by a spider, which gives him super powers. His senses become highly accurate and more sensitive. When he first posses these powers, he uses them out of anger for the wrong reason.
Batman is always a detective first. He showed excellent deductive and inductive reasoning in his earlier stories. He, unlike say Phantom, didn’t rely on punching people in a bar to get the names of victims. Neither does he possess any extra-human skills like super-hearing, super-speed or super-anything for that matter. Whereas Superman is just a pea-brained boy-scout with huge muscles, Batman must rely on his brains and athletic skills alone.