Very well said!Other than the article to start this thread, this post makes good logic. While there might be a few people who would need to commit psychological suicide before they'll acknowledge the truth supporting the existence of Jesus (e.g. they'll do things such as begin to question whether clouds are above us), there is no one, with a straight face, that could question the fact that Superman is fiction. It's clear that drawing any comparisons between the two, about which actually is fiction, was designed only to be offensive or provocative to millions of serious Christians.
Because Jesus was a real life, historical figure, there was no need to depict events that would parallel Superman, where Superman is a fictional character invented thousands of years later. Clearly, Jesus being God, means that He could accomplish everything Superman could, plus an infinite array of other feats. Superman's feats are subject to the limits of peoples' imagination, while God's feats are beyond humans' ability to comprehend or imagine; so, logically speaking, Jesus would have to be greater than Superman or He could not be God, who is beyond human comprehension and imagination. God only overlaps into the mortal realm because He cares about humans who He created in His own image. If you're literally confused about who's greater, than I suggest seriously researching God and Jesus much more thoroughly; it just simply means that you have a thorough understanding of Superman but lack the same level of understanding about God and Jesus.