This is basically every kid ever, if you think about it for longer than a half-second. This isn’t a Superman thing. It’s not profound. It’s just the human experience. It’s how we do. It’s not special.
The whole point is that he isn’t human. No kid on earth actually knows what that feels like because no matter how alienated they may feel, they aren’t actual aliens. Superman grew up with powers and abilities beyond anything the world had ever truly seen before- that’s unique, that’s different. The fact that he didn’t grow up to be dark or cynical about, but instead remained warm, friendly and optimistic, make him far more interesting than all the typical “edgier” characters that are out right now.
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