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Add Superman to his list. Vandal Savage has faced Superman on several occasions, and is at the top of Superman's own list of deadliest villains. Once, Savage attempted to alter time, but was foiled by The Man of Tomorrow. When Vandal Savage tried to rule the world again, he was stopped by The Immortal Man, who enlisted Superman, Animal Man, Cave Carson, Rip Hunter, Dolphin, and The Sea Devils to aid him in Vandal Savage's defeat.
To date, Vandal Savage's most ambitious plot involved a union between himself and Solaris, a supercomputer and artificial sun. From the far future, the two of them, along with a rogue Starman, tried to destroy the Justice League of America, and its future counterpart, Justice Legion A. Their actions led to the destruction of Montevideo, Uruguay's capital. It would have culminated in the assassination of Superman Prime(the modern Superman, who resides on the sun in the far future). Thanks to Superman, Solaris was defeated and the universe was saved. Vandal Savage escaped, and will no doubt return to plague The Last Son of Krypton once more. (DC One Million miniseries and trade paperback)
Vandal Savage's first appearance: Green Lantern #10 (first series, 1940s)
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