Superheroes, especially those who’ve been around for decades, have more faces than Eve. If Superman is your favorite and you started reading him before World War II, then, like him, you might just be a rebellious social activist who mocked authority with a big s@#$-eating grin on his face and wasn’t above flying a crooked mayor out of town on a rail. Okay, you probably aren’t like that guy, but I bet you wish you were.
Superman was a big blue Boy Scout in the 1950s and 1960s, dabbled with social issues in the 1970s and 1980s, looked like he was on steroids during the 1990s and renounced his American citizenship this year. If you approve of that last bit of character definition, you might just be on the government’s “No-Fly” list. Which is more of a problem for you than it would be for Supes.