Kryptonians, including several versions of Superman, are examples of being vulnerable to magic. While it is technically true they can be injured through magical means, the category page dictates that the characters included are more vulnerable to magic more than normal humans are. Factually that is incorrect when Superman is concerned. He is not especially weak to magic, it's just that his invulnerability offers no protection from it. He is no more vulnerable to magic than a human is to a gunshot. Also, considering it that no magic can directly destroy him ( unless it comes from a divine or semi-divine force), this implies that at least a portion of his invulnerability is capable of protecting him. Leader Vladimir (talk) 17:45, April 11, 2015 (UTC)

A vulnerability in our use means that it can bypass, nullify or whatever their powers. Magic can. In the absolute sense, he's just as vulnerable than a regular human, but in relative terms, he's more. Also, speculation about that portion of invulnerability needs sources. --Tupka217 18:50, April 11, 2015 (UTC)
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