Look! Up In The Sky!
Logically, a person from another planet whose gravity is stronger than ours will be, at least in the comics, able to fly somewhat. And that’s just what the Man of Heavier Element(s) did. What the people inside those land-and-bounce buildings thought of the noise and vibration thought is not recorded. “What the…?!?” might be it.
But later in life, as Supie became adjusted to our gravity, it would seem as if his powers of flight would diminish and he would end up taking the bus to wherever he was needed. If we lived on the moon for 30, 50 years, would we still be able to bounce around like the astronauts? One-sixth gravity or not, there has to be a period of adjustment.
I was supremely disappointed in Batman. Utility belt, check. Sidekick Robin in shorts, ok. Secret identity, ok. But can’t fly? What is this? He’s gotta fly.
Super Duck is another. I bought his comic at Freddy Marino’s Variety Store, hamburger grill, morning coffee shop and general gambling front one day and was really let down that the duck was far from super. Just another duck who seemed to have an awful lot of bad luck. Should have been served “a l’orange.”