City


Metropolis


Note: Metropolis is an actual town in the state of Illinois.


Nick Name

The Big Apricot

City of Tomorrow


State
New York
Country
United States
Dimension or Galaxy
Earth-1, Milky Way Galaxy
Notable Structures or Monuments

Centennial Park

Daily Planet

Galaxy Communications

LexCorp Towers

University of Metropolis


Notable Residents

Clark Kent (Superman)

Dr. John Henry Irons (Steel III)

Jimmy Olsen

Karen Starr (Power Girl)

Lex Luthor

Lois Lane-Kent

Natasha Irons (Steel IV)

Perry White

Rose Forrest (Thorn II)


Neighboring Cities

Jersey City, New Jersey

Gotham City

New York, New York


Government
Democracy with a mayor, city council and city manager.
Resources & Population
Diverse economy with a large city of over 1 million.
Regularly Appearing

Action Comics

Adventures of Superman

Superman Vol. 1 & 2

Superman: The Man of Steel

Superman: Metropolis


First Appearance
Superman daily newspaper strip. (May, 1939)
Creator
Jerry Siegel & Joe Shuster
Origin

Dubbed the "City of Tomorrow" by its residents, Metropolis holds the promise of opportunity which is a model for the nation, but with opportunity comes crime.


Although not as notorious as its coastal neighbor Gotham City, it is home to some of the most dangerous high-tech criminals and criminal organizations in the world.


Always in a state of change, Metropolis has one constant, the protection of the worlds greatest hero, Superman.