You see, in traditional superhero lores, like DC Comics, Marvel, and Samurai Jack, their physical-body-related powers are called "superhuman", which means an enhanced version of a normal human's psychical attribute. It doesn't have to be just humans, other beings are like that, too. We would always call enhanced physical attributes "super-physical-attributes", but some things, like Wikipedia, calls them "superhuman physical attributes". Examples of these superhuman-physical-attributes are superhuman strength (we would always call it "super-strength"), superhuman speed ("super-speed"), superhuman endurance ("super-tough"), and superhuman reflexes ("super-reflexes"). Wikipedia is being formal with those things and we are doing informal with them.
When I observed the characters' enhanced physical attributes, here's what I would see them:
1. Anyone wearing and using the Mask of Strength - they get super-strength.
2. Anyone wearing and using the Mask of Speed - they get super-speed.
3. Titan- or Hulk-from-Marvel-sized beings - they get super-strength.
4. Umarak the Destroyer - He is super-strong and super-tough.
Suppose you have G1 Onua fighting against Bane from DC Comics. Onua uses his Mask of Strength to become super-strong while Bane uses his Venom to become super-strong. They are in a contest or fight where they only use their super-strength to defeat each other. Perhaps the result would be either they are evenly matched or Onua wins, depending if his mask is ordinary or Nuva.
So, my question is this: Do you consider these enhanced physical attributes "superhuman physical attributes" as you can imagine them? BS01 doesn't call them that way, probably because the characters aren't human. It's your opinion. For me, I would call the enhanced physical attributes "superhuman physical attributes" for how I can see them.
Edited by Lenny7092, May 23 2017 - 04:21 PM.