In Superman #42 (April 1990), Draaga takes a "space taxi" to Earth and challenges Superman to a fight to the death. Superman, under the control of the Eradicator, nearly kills him. But Draaga is dragged away by the "space taxi" driver, who is worried about collecting his fare.
Amazing Grace is a New God of Apokolips and sister of Glorious Godfrey. She acts on behalf of Darkseid among the lowlies of Apokolips, continually instigating opposition and revolt which is quickly defeated, keeping their spirits broken. In her first appearance (Superman #3, March 1987), she seduces Superman into serving Darkseid.
Located in "Superman's hometown" of Metropolis, Illinois, the Super Museum features more than 20,000 items from the life's work of longtime Superman enthusiast and collector, Jim Hambrick who has amassed one of the greatest collections of Superman memorabilia in the world.
All of these bands wrote popular songs about the Man of Steel: The Flaming Lips ("Waiting for a Superman"), Crash Test Dummies ("Superman's Song"), and Five For Fighting ("Superman: It's Not Easy"). Other bands to record Superman-inspired songs include: 3 Doors Down ("Kryptonite"), The Spin Doctors ("Jimmy Olsen's Blues"), The Kinks ("Wish I Could Fly Like Superman"), and Eminem ("Superman").
Originally, the S-shield had one meaning: S for Superman. The first alternative meaning was presented in Superman: The Movie (1978), in which it was the S-shaped Coat of arms of the House of El. Reportedly, it was Marlon Brando's idea to have Jor-El wear the "S" as a family crest.