Let me tell you a short story.
A baby boy is placed in a vessel and sent away so he will spared from certain doom. He is found by another family and raised without knowing his true heritage. As an adult, he learns who he really is—and becomes a hero to the masses.
Who am I talking about?
If you ask this in a Jewish setting, as I have numerous times, the answer will immediately be “Moses.”
If you ask this in various other settings, you may well get another answer: “Superman.”
We don't know if Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster consciously embedded Superman with a Moses allegory. They don't mention it in any known interview. But it sure is fun to delineate the similarities.
And, as it happens, happy 73rd anniversary of the first appearance of Superman. Today in 1938, Action Comics #1 debuted.