Clark Kent

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Clark Kent (Scenesys ID: 45)
Profile
Name: Kal-El / Clark Kent
Superalias: Superman
Gender: Male
Species: Kryptonian
Occupation: Daily Planet Reporter
Citizenship: US Citizen
Residence: Metropolis, USA
Education: Metropolis University (BA Journalism)
Theme: DC (MFC)
Groups: Justice League
Details
Apparent Age: 34 Actual Age: 34
Date of Birth 14 Dec 1985 Played By Dean Cain
Height: 6'3" Weight: 225 lbs
Hair Color: Black Eye Color: Blue
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Character Info

Profile

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Superman is an alien who grew up on Earth after his home planet was destroyed. He has settled into life with an alter-ego, Clark Kent, a mild-mannered reporter at the Daily Planet. As Superman, he is one of the primary front-line heroes of Earth.

Timeline

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Timeline:
* 1985: Kal-El is placed in a tiny space-ship by his Kryptonian parents, and sent to Earth. His ship crash-lands outside Smallville, Kansas, and he is taken in by the Kents. The Kents raise him as their son Clark.
* 1992: The Kent family moves into Smallville, opening up a general store.
* 1997: Clark realizes that he is not human, and learns about his strange origin.
* 1999: Clark Attends Smallville High school.
* 2003: Clark graduates Smallville High School with top grades, attends Metropolis University for Journalism
* 2007: Clark graduates College
* 2008: Superman makes his first appearance in Metropolis. Clark begins work at the Daily Planet.
* 2011: Dru-Zod (Emperor Zod) appears and is defeated on Earth.
* 2010: Clark learns about the Fortress of Solitude, and begins to use its resources.
* 2012: Justice League is formed under Superman's leadership, a group gathered to resist cosmic level threats upon the world. Initially due to Invasion of 2012.
* 2017: Pa Kent becomes very ill. Superman fights Doomsday, and both die. Superman is revived.
* 2018: Clark returns to the Daily Planet.

IC Journal

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Personality

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Balanced:
Kal-El has a great deal more depth than most of his enemies (and often allies) give credit for. He certainly has a specific honorable, stark exterior which he uses when needed as 'Superman', but he also has a great deal of emotional depth. He connects with others, cherishes his deep friendships, and can love in a powerful way. While capable of anger just as anyone else, he works to extreme levels to temper himself and to always be what everyone needs: to be the shining protective shield, to always be reliable and strong for others.

Empathetic:
Clark is powerfully empathetic with others. He is able to take on other people's feelings and views, and understand their feelings. It is difficult for him to harm others, and he tends to be lenient about forgiveness, if he's able to see how they came to where they are. He believes in people becoming better, and in second chances. He is a powerful emotional support structure to those that accept it from him. He is not forceful about it, though.

Gentle:
He has a gentle heart under much of the strength, and while he 'pretends' to be the awkward, insecure Clark Kent, these traits of Clark don't come from nowhere: they are pieces of himself he doesn't dare manifest as Superman. Clark is highly self-reflective and often uncertain. He questions himself, his ability, his decisions, constantly: but he wouldn't have it any other way.

Moral:
Clark's compass of morality is one of his most core features in his personality. His instinct for right from wrong is a natural, deep thing that was taught very well from a very young age. He will protect the innocent, use his power for good, restrain himself from temptations that could harm others, and be a shining moral example to heroes the world over. It is limiting, as he must always be a paragon of virtue (and no one is perfect), but his sense of morality is a big part of what makes Clark who he is: not just as Superman, but in his integrity and honesty when writing a news story.

Responsible:
Clark feels very responsible for a great many things, due to his power level. He is extremely self aware, and constantly feels like he should be doing more than he is. This need to always live up to expectations and to always help is exhausting: he cannot be everywhere at once, but this desire to always be there still stays. He will never let down a friend if he can avoid it, never break a promise or allow someone to be hurt if there is any option left to him. Unfortunately, he seems to constantly be breaking promises (lunch dates, etc) due to trying to help others, and it is a very difficult mantle to carry.

Selfless:
Clark will give up his own happiness for other peoples'. He will bury his own feelings if necessary, or even his mantle of Superman if it means serving the greater good. He is humble and graceful in giving way to make others shine in the spotlight.

Traditional:
Rooted in his traditional Kansas Farm Boy upbringing, Clark has a lot of very traditional values and viewpoints. He is exceptionally polite in social situations, and doesn't swear. He will favor and represent general workers and low to middle-class groups, and tends to hold a belief system in line with that upbringing. This does not mean he can't adjust or be accepting of new ways of thinking, but how he was raised (caring for others in his community in a small town) are the background in which he forms his judgments and opinions. He believes in a lot of american ideals, such as that hard work will pay off.

Character Sheet

Powers

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Flight:
While charged by the sun, Clark is able to fly both in the earth's atmosphere and outside of it. He is essentially levitating, and has extremely good control over his orientation and speed of levitating. He is able to use his full strength (or speed) while levitating/flying, and does not require leverage to use flight in combination with any other power. He can get across the earth in minutes, and can fly even faster outside of the atmosphere. He is able to stop and turn with great agility, which was learned and practiced. Sometimes flight will occur without being intentional (such as while dreaming), but most of the time it is with intent.

Heat and Freezing:
Clark is able to create red hot heat by focusing with his eyes, which amounts to laser vision. He must be able to see the target clearly, but his range is very good, at approximately 100 yards. To do this, he uses the solar energy his body stores, to cause a heat reaction. Oppositely, Clark can use his breath to chill things, even to the point of freezing something (or someone) in ice, although the range for this is very limited (a few yards).

Invulnerability:
He is not the "man of steel" for nothing. One of Clark's most powerful abilities is his ability to ignore damage (including falling from extreme heights: he'll harm the ground more than himself), which is due to his Kryptonian heritage. He can take most direct physical damage without harm: rockets, bullets, and general attacks are usually not even enough to phase him. Energy attacks are under this same umbrella, but some magic and psionic attacks are not covered (see flaws). Similarly, there are some exceptionally strong individuals out there that can harm him, but there are few able to reach those levels.

Kryptonian:
Being a Kryptonian causes a large number of powers and abilities to manifest when Clark is in the presence of a "yellow sun" such as the one near Earth. The radiation from this sun (and others like it) charge his abilities. It is the source of all of his powers. Ordinary sunlight is all that is needed to maintain and charge; a "red" sun being the opposite: exposure to such a sun drains him. Technically a G-type sun is even more effective to power Clark, of a white or blue color, and can be considered the most potent in power charge.

The absorption means Clark does not technically have to eat, but can do so as an additional source of energy. His healing is moderately better than a human rate (if he's hurt in the first place), but he doesn't regenerate lost organs. He ages far more slowly as well, with unknown longevity while exposed to the yellow sun. He is immune to diseases, and does not require much sleep. He does not need to breathe often, and can hold his breath for approximately a day, which makes him able to fly in space or travel underwater freely.

Even when not powered, there are some other benefits to being a Kryptonian, such as being slightly more durable than a human, and improved mental agility that remain.

Super Senses:
While usually this applies to hearing a cry for help across the city, Superman can use his super-senses to detect a number of things that humans cannot possibly see or hear. He can, with focus, sharpen his vision to be X-ray in strength (other than seeing through Lead and related materials), and track even minute sounds if he knows what to listen for, at even extreme ranges. All of these abilities require concentration at long range, but often his super-hearing will impede on normal life (such as hearing cries for help while trying to take a shower).

Super Speed:
Unrelated to flight, Clark has a high level of speed that he is capable of: he can catch bullets in the air, dodge incoming projectiles, even to sonic speeds. This, like all of his powers, are charged by his Kryptonian heritage. He is capable of super-speed reactions, and while most of this thought is pure reflex (as opposed to rapidly thinking of strategies), his reflexes are good enough to automatically react to very fast stimulus. He can, additionally, read books at that normally take hours in a matter of seconds, and perform similar awareness feats when he focuses. He will generally go into a 'speed mode', where he is quickly doing all actions; attention is required to maintain this, it is not his natural state.

Speed can also be used for various feats like spinning in circles to make cyclones, vibrating to get out of a crystal prison, typing a news story at hyper speed, and other things similar in nature.

Super Strength:
One of Clark's most powerful abilities is his super strength, an ability which is due to his Kryptonian heritage. He is able to easily throw several tons without effort, in addition to other heroic feats such as stopping speeding trains, shove rockets or astroids away from hitting earth, and similar extreme feats of astonishing strength. He is slightly stronger than he can take in hits, meaning that direct fights with other Kryptonians do eventually end with one being beaten to a pulp. Due to his time on earth, Clark has an extreme level of finesse with his strength, being able to catch a fly without harming it, or act completely human, at need, and has no fear of accidentally hurting someone (at least while in his right mind).

Skills

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Acting:
Clark is able to convince investigative reporters and police that he's not Superman: his ability to act and lie under considerable pressure is very, very good. For him to lie, it has to be highly motivated by protecting others, though.

While Kal-El usually just plays two characters, he is capable and talented at a number of different personas when the need arises, and doing a lot of very convincing acting. His two public 'characters' are that of Clark Kent, and Superman. Neither is exactly who he is at the very core (he is truly not precisely either of them when they're in public). He enhances or reduces aspects of himself for each of these personas he displays. Clark is a role where he pretends to be afraid of heights, dogs, and loud noises; it involves slouching and acting a coward a lot of the time, it involves not dodging and pretending to be injured when he isn't. As Clark, he can show his nerdy side and his insecurities. Superman shows no weaknesses or doubts, and channels a positive and stalwart character, fearless and relentless: Superman is 'perfect.' While these are his two main 'characters' he puts on, Clark is also capable of lots of other roles as needed when he's undercover.

Clark is never confused about who or what he is: he can drop or switch 'characters' instantly and at need.

Farming:
Clark grew up on a farm, and has a great deal of knowledge related to farm chores and tasks. He's comfortable with animals and their care (particularly cows), and crops (particularly corn). He can ride a horse and do a number of cowboy feats, and often views life from this farmer background.

Journalism:
Clark majored in journalism in college, and has had over a decade of experience writing for the Daily Planet. He has written a large variety of articles, though he specializes in exposing crime and corruption. He has earned quite a few awards and high credits for his investigative journalism. He has great instincts and a lot of experience at it, even without his super abilities.

Languages:
Clark's high intellect has helped him learn a number of languages, which he uses when he travels the globe to be able to communicate with those he is helping. In addition to English and Kryptonian fluency, he is also able to speak Chinese, Spanish, Hindi, Arabic, Portuguese, Russian, Japanese, and Bengali, though he is not exceptionally fluent compared to English, he can communicate well enough.

Leadership:
There's something of an otherworldly charisma that Superman can channel that happens when he moves into a leadership role. It is a combination of a skill and a natural ability to rally hope and faith even in terrible situations. He can recognize the skills in someone, and put them to the correct task to use them to the best ability. His leadership style tends to be somewhat indirect, he doesn't usually bark orders, as he trusts his teams to know what needs to be done. This trust and delegation generally causes his allies to feel motivated and take ownership to give 200%.

Mechanics:
Clark has a general working knowledge of mechanics and how engines function. He's able to change a tire, and has some decent repair skills related to fixing a lawnmower or car. He's not an inventor, but Pa Kent exposed Clark well to general machines.

Nerd:
Clark is something of a nerd: his interests lend to being things 'unpopular' and 'brainy' kids liked back in school. He was someone that got great grades and kept his head down, and he continues to often be that when he's not directly being a superhero. He likes nerdy topics and trivia (like Star Trek, Star Wars, the Hobbit, Harry Potter), and is good at dorky references. His coworkers are well aware of his dorkdom and there's often playful teasing; it's earned.

Resources

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Daily Planet:
Along with actually being a good reporter (although often thought of as cowardly as he usually 'hides' from danger), Clark has a job he loves. The Daily Planet is a great source of information, money, and friendships that are important and often exceptionally useful. Clark has an excuse, via the Planet, to be nearly anywhere, investigating anything. He also has coworkers and friends there, for moral support and social events.

Fame:
Being Famous (as Superman) is often extremely useful. Often, evil-doers will simply surrender when he shows up. Groups of heroes will rally eagerly around him, and be capable of great things once they believe in themselves (and him). He can be a symbol of good and heroism to a great many, which does come with a number of positive things. It isn't like he'd be asked to leave any sort of event he'd show up to: full access.

Fortress of Solitude:
The Fortress of Solitude is an alien location located at the North Pole (not Antarctica). It is a hybrid of technology (Kryptonia and Coluan and some other various things). It is a similar level of high-tech to that which was found on Krypton. It has huge databanks, including information from a broad number of sources, but particularly information from Krypton. It also contains memories in the form of holograms, of Clark's birth parents. Various alien animals and creatures call the place home, along with a variety of "future-tech" equipment and robots (most important being Kelex). The robots run the fortress and can defend it quite efficiently if they need to.

Hero Allies:
Clark has a broad number of heroic allies that would come to his aid if needed, just as they can rely on him for help. Heroic teams are almost always glad to have him on board or to work with him, and this structure of assistance is one of the major things that keep the heroes ahead of the villains. Clark can expect any heroes in an area to orient on him and follow his lead in a dangerous situation, which can be vital in a pinch.

Hero Suit:
The suit that Clark wears as Superman is made from fabrics and items found with him when he arrived on the planet, and have many strong properties to them. Usually this means that they aren't destroyed when a bomb blows up on top of him, and are relatively easy to repair as needed later. Despite the number of repairs the suit has had, it always seems to be able to be put back together into pristine condition, which is part of the properties of the suit which reacts to the yellow sun just as a Kryptonian does.

Justice League:
As a founder of the Justice League, Clark has full access to any of its resources or connections. He is able to call for help quickly from any of the major heroes associated with it, and has power within the ranks to recruit or demote members inside it. On the other side, they may also have power to stop /him/, should it be necessary.

The Kents:
Ma and Pa Kent raised Clark, and continue to be a very important guiding light when his days are dark. They gave him his values and are a major influence over his ability to be a hero and continue to inspire others. If he has a worry or trouble, they are always behind him, and an anchor for him emotionally. Pa Kent has recently passes away, but still remains a source of comfort even if he is gone.

Weaknesses

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Famous:
Being Famous is often extremely problematic. Heavy villains will go out of their way to try to have a fight with him, trick him, or cause issues. Villains are dedicated to specifically coming up with ways to kill or destroy him and his will to live. Those that are close to him can get pulled into this or suffer because of who he is, and those that want to get at him will do so through his loved ones if they can.

Fears:
Growing up, Clark struggled with the fear of his own abilities, of what he was, and what would happen if he unleashed his power at the wrong time or for the wrong reasons. He's afraid of being rejected or truly being an outsider: he wants to belong and be human. He's suffered guilt from mistakes, and feels the weight heavier due to how bad something could go if he doesn't control himself. He has to keep himself in check, fearing what could happen. The battle with Zod helped him to reduce that fear and embrace his power, but the fears still come up and can keep him from being his best self.

Honor Code:
A high code of honor and truth and justice can very often be used against him. He will give up a great deal of his own to attempt to save another, and can be manipulated through his sense of honor and morals. He does not kill, for example, which can be a hinderance in a lot of situations. There are a lot of criminals that would prefer to be caught by Superman compared to others, as Superman does not physically punish unless a last resort, making him a little 'toothless' to some.

Humans:
Clark himself isn't human, but he loves and protects the human race as if it were his own. He will do anything to defend his home and humans, though others may find it odd or unusual that he would do so, since he is not human. Humans themselves often question his motives or treat him as an outsider, despite his dedication to protecting and helping them.

Krypton:
Krypton is destroyed. While Clark has never seen his birthplace, he will never see it, he will never set foot on it's soil. His race is limited to very few people remaining, and being part of a dying breed is a heavy burden.

Kryptonite:
Kryptonite is bad. Very bad. It even has a song about it. But anyway: It can completely shut his powers off, when within a few feet. It is his most major weakness, and proximity to the substance renders him entirely useless (and often collapsed on the floor). Weapons made of it cause damage that entirely ignore his powers. He can recover at a rapid rate when the substance is removed, but this varies a great deal depending on situation. It might be a week before he's feeling his powers return.

Magic and Psychic:
While Kryptonians aren't weak to magic or psychic attacks, they have no specific defenses and it's important to note that all of the resistances and other powers listed don't function against magic or psionics, except in the cases where things are created that cause physical force (a summoned magic ox that hits with impact can be resisted, but not magical, energy siphoning bats). He has good willpower in general but has no power type resistance to mind control types of psychic effects or attacks. In fact, mind-controlling is particularly nasty, because he is often a lot stronger than his allies, and having him go out of control can be very devastating.

Red Sun:
When exposed to the light of a red sun, Clark's powers are drained to approximately the level of a human (just slightly more durable). When in this state, he must sleep just like a human, and has no obvious differences. Appropriate yellow sunlight will restore him over time, depending on how long the exposure was. Using his powers to extreme levels can also cause the same effect, until he can re-charge in sunlight appropriately.

Secret Identity:
A secret identity is useful to protect loved ones, but can be challenging to maintain. It is very difficult to pretend to be something you are not, and having to juggle it while trying to also be Superman is difficult. In addition, his own secret identity can come to clash with someone 'Superman' also fancies, and things can get very tangled and confusing. If people find out his secret identity, many of those he cares for are in very serious danger. The secret identity itself is not just glasses, but a lot of work: it's a whole way of presenting himself (weak and bumbling) as opposed to strong and self-assured, in addition to clothing, hairstyle, and the glasses. People often see what they want to see, but this is a fine line. He can be caught.

Trust:
Clark has a lot of trust issues, due to not being able to be open and truthful with many of the people in his life. It's something that is rooted in having a secret identity, particularly one as major as he has. Secrets cause strife in his life, but he can't avoid them. People tend to have difficulty truly trusting him if they're empathetic: he's holding something back, and sometimes others pick up on it.

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Title Date Scene Summary
Krypton or Bust: The Sins of Krypton April 5th, 2021 The Kryptonians discover that not only were their ancestors conquerers but that the Oans have a very alien idea of what's right and wrong. Grave concerns have been raised about their motives and their right to rule - and even whether it's safe to have Green Lanterns anywhere near Earth.
Meeting Lois March 30th, 2021 Jon meets his mother and his father...five years before his birth. General chaos ensues.
Bizarro Destroys Metropolis March 19th, 2021 Manipulated by Mister Mxyzpltk, The Bizarro Superman confuses the Fifth Annual Giant Robot Appreciation Day Parade for an invasion! Sweeping in to help save the day, Bizarro must be stopped before he ruins the nice day out...or gets someone killed.
Krypton or Bust: The Sto-Oa System March 6th, 2021 Upon arriving in the Sto-Oa system, the happy travel party is met with some very unhappy Oan ships and a fleet of Green Lanterns en route. Declaring that transportation of Kryptonians is a war crime, a stand off ensues resulting in Superman, Power Girl, and Super Girl surrendering to the Oans to get answers. Meanwhile, Jon Kent escapes the phantom zone and casually meets his dad and aunties and Maxima declares Green Lanterns forbidden from her empire. I am Groot!
Magical Meetups March 5th, 2021 Lois and Zatanna measure each other up and... find each other acceptable. They get out of Clark what is really bothering him about this trip.
Chocolate Trouble March 1st, 2021 Nebula kills more innocent chocolate. Groot grumbles about revenge! Not really.
When Justice Attacks February 16th, 2021 Felix Faust makes a play, stealing away Professor Amos Fortune right under the Justice League's nose. And what the hell is Bruce going to tell Barbara about what he did with her ward?
flygog.com: Krypton or Bust February 16th, 2021 Supergirl to Captain Quill. Commencing countdown, engines on, check ignition. and may Rao's light shine upon you. The House of El makes arrangements to fly with the Guardians of the Galaxy to near-ish Oa, and to the dead planet Krypton, and may be a few other places before heading back to Earth. All for a worthless bucket of diamonds and some space weed.
Winter Wonderland: A Way In February 6th, 2021 Winslow Schott's Dome finally comes down, but Schott escapes
Time to pack our bags January 26th, 2021 The plan is made, the participants chosen. To Oa they go! Up up and Away!
One of These Things is Not Like the Others January 25th, 2021 Lois' doppleganger nearly kills her with a drug cocktail meant to put down a horse. Superman comes to save her just in time and they have a sincere heart to heart in the Fortress of Solitude. (Content Warning: Heavy drugs use and discussion of overdosing.)
Private Moment January 21st, 2021 No description
The Jar, The Bell, and The Wheel January 20th, 2021 Felix Faust manages to acquire the Jar, the Bell and Wheel, summoning the Demons Three. While the heroes managed to deal with the demonic invasion of the Gotham Museum of History, the wizard and his new followers make their escape.
The Symkarian Job January 12th, 2021 A tense political situation boils over thanks to the manipulations of T.O. Morrow, but what did the mad scientist want with terabytes of astrological data? The Pythian Comet continues here!
American Alien January 7th, 2021 Sinestro and Superman have soft pretzels while discussing the secret history of Krypton and the Green Latnern Corps.
What if we went to Krypton December 30th, 2020 The Superfam has a Supermeeting about a Superroadtrip. Kal has a new friend. Kara is bad with secrets. Karen is bad with secrets. Conner is still a clone.
Busting Out December 24th, 2020 A major prison break ends with Troll escaped from jail, many people hurt, and a lot of confusion. I have no idea what I'm typing at this point, but it was amusing. Thank you to everone involved! Scene two of two.
ZZGU: Stronger Together December 13th, 2020 The Justice League, The Titans, SHIELD, and the DEO enter another Earth to fight a space horror named Zhed'Zhud'Ger'Uth before it can launch a full on assault against our Earth. One niggling detail, there's another Kara Zor-El and she's a bit insane in the membrane. The heroes fight on both fronts and win the day. For some measure of win. (kaboom x many)
Chinese Take Out Healing December 11th, 2020 Lois and Clark have a long over due talk with Chinese, a few kisses, and then there is an unexpected visitor. Content warning for adult language.
Home Sweet Daily Planet Home December 8th, 2020 Terry finally returns to the Daily Planet to discover he still has a job. He tells Lois and Clark that he's getting ready to reveal his big secret and they give him some elder-reporter advice. Then Lois tries to figure out what's bothering Clark and everyone sticks their feet in their own mouths.
An Inside Straight Flush December 2nd, 2020 The Royal Flush Gang is apprehended and no doubt headed for prolonged incarceration. But was it really nothing more then a robbery gone wrong?
Dead Men Tell No Tales November 30th, 2020 No description
Winter Wonderland: The Dome Appears November 27th, 2020 A dome separates the Suicide Slums from the rest of Metropolis, and a army of toys is fought.
ZZGU: Reinforcements November 19th, 2020 Dreamers premonitions take a team of heroes to the Metropolis Naval Base where they encounter a coup of the otherworldly kind. Using the slime of ZZGU intruders recruit a small army and attempt to bring ZZGU in to this world through a portal. Siobhan crossed over to ZZGUs world to battle another version of Kara Zor-El and is now trapped there. Maxima declare war against the monster. Hela thinks magic might be the solution.
title November 13th, 2020 No description
The AMAZing A.I.M. Robbery November 13th, 2020 When a coup within an A.I.M. cell goes wrong, the Justice League must stop the mad scientists from destroying Queensland Park! But the mad Professor Ivo has a parting gift for his old colleagues; the super android AMAZO! Can the Justice League defeat an opponent able to duplicate their own powers, weapons, and skills? And what is Ivo's master plan?
The Art of the Prank November 2nd, 2020 Lois and Clark burn the midnight oil on a stakeout in New Bohemia. But what is the terrible secret of the Invisible Courier, and can our reporters stop an art theft ring before the Prankster takes it personal?!
Spooktacular Justice Party October 19th, 2020 The Justice League Halloween party!
The Hall of Justice: About King T'Challa of Wakanda September 16th, 2020 The Justice League deliberate on the idea of expanding teleporter use raised by Kara. While the idea fails at logistics, the group seems genuinely interested in knowing more about Wakanda and T'Challa.
London Bridge is falling down September 13th, 2020 The Justice League, with some unexpected help, repel a rampaging dragon tourist from space. Zero stars!
Wake Me Up When September Ends September 7th, 2020 Terry's message gets to Lois. Clark's secret comes to the surface in a feat of crack reporting from beyond the grave.
Anonymous sources August 31st, 2020 Clark gives Mary an assignment and a lift.
The Girl of Broken Steel August 31st, 2020 The emotional gamut is run by both son and daughter of Krypton. Fears, Futures, uncomfortable Truths. Family makes the weight of the world seem lighter.
On the Path to NOWHERE: Lab Results August 25th, 2020 Conner's genetic identity is discovered! Superman offers contraceptive tips. Nothing about this log is comfortable for anyone.
Superman and the Main Man August 23rd, 2020 Superman encounters Lobo for the first time, while the Main Man is hunting a bounty. They don't become friends. But at least Superman tried.
War of the Worlds Finale August 21st, 2020 Earth's defenders draw away the Warzoon and finally confront General Zod. They drive the rogue Kryptonian away, but at what cost for the House of El?
The Fortress of an Increasingly Inaccurate Name August 18th, 2020 Superman brings Conner to the Fortress of Solitude to introduce him to some Kryptonian culture. It doesn't quite go as planned.
Watchtower Unveiling August 17th, 2020 A crowd of dignitaries, journalists, and superheroes gather at the Justice League's moon base to celebrate the inauguration of the Watchtower.
Setting the Stage August 17th, 2020 A few Justice League members chat about the upcoming opening hours before it's scheduled to begin.
Fly Me to the Moon August 10th, 2020 Pho leads to plans, improvements, and friendly behaviour.
Sunlight Heals All Poison August 10th, 2020 Conner's kryptonite shard is removed and his superdad gets him into the sunlight to heal. Afterwards, some small celebration!
Moonshot August 6th, 2020 Superman and Wonder Woman, with assistance from Supergirl, establish the beginnings of a base on the lunar surface.
Bam! Zoom! Straight to the Moon! August 5th, 2020 Three particular members of the Justice League of America discuss plans to revitalize that team, along with ideas for a shiny new HQ.
Panic! At the Planet! August 4th, 2020 Gabby rescues birbs. Gets stuck. Meets Singularity, America and Thunderbolt along with Superman. Talk ensues.
The Stories We Tell August 1st, 2020 Mary Bromfield aces her internship interview with Clark Kent at the Daily Planet, and the wholesomeness singularity is achieved.
Flashback: Superman Returns, Titan's Tower. July 29th, 2020 Shortly after his return to 'life', Caitlin Fairchild informs Superman of the existence of Conner-- the 'Lost Son' of Krypton.
The Morning After the Rave July 28th, 2020 You know the WORST time to meet Conner's dad? While hungover.
The acquisition of Kandor, last city of Krypton July 27th, 2020 The Superfamily catches up with each other and world happenings, they settle on a plan of action.
Just Another Newsday July 22nd, 2020 Lois and Clark give Terry a lot of advice on the Titan Story he is working on.
Heartfelt Worry June 24th, 2020 Lois and Clark discuss Brainiac and new worries.
Unexpected Child June 6th, 2020 No description
Monday Monday (So good to me) June 2nd, 2020 The best plans of mice and supermen often meet with an alien invasion.
War of Worlds pt 3 May 31st, 2020 The Worlds finest have come together to push Mongul's horde OUT of Metropolis and destroyed the weapon they were trying to construct in the country-side. Mongul was captured, but he's plenty of forces who eagerly attempt to free him from Green Lanterns traps... Zod faces off against Superman, Clea, and Zora on a mountain peak.

War of Worlds continues in HAM #1993

War of Worlds Pt 1 May 26th, 2020 Mongul's Warworld entered Sol at the far reaches of the solar system and a force of Earth's Mightest Heroes flew out to Jupiter to face him. The massive weapon on the plantoid station was destroyed, but at great cost to the heroes. General Zod, the Kryptonian warlord responsible for the first Alien Alliance that attacked Earth, revealed himself as the driving figure behind the invsaion. With Superman in their clutches, Power Girl lost in Warworld, and Thor unconscious, the heroes rush back to Earth to ready the planets defenses.

The War of Worlds has begun.

War of Worlds Part 2 May 26th, 2020 The Battle of Metropolis is on in full. Heroes from all over the World assemble in the City of Tomorrow to hold back Mongul's forces while Superman engages Zod in the air above. While the heroes have created enough space to begin a pushback, the threat of Zod and Mongul still looms over the planet as they move to Phase two.
This continues in Heroes Assembled issue #1913
What do you want May 25th, 2020 Arthur and Kal and Diana talk about the League.
20 Thousand Justice Leagues Under the Sea May 23rd, 2020 King Shark tangles with Superman and Cap. Marvel. Probably shouldn't have. Supergirl and Constantine show up for a chat about the league and the future.
The Cape and the Arrow meet up again May 22nd, 2020 Clark and Ollie meet up at the Arrowcave. Talks of getting the gang together again. There's also tea, with lots of cream. Because some people don't need to watch their figure!
CaspeCast: With special guest SUPERMAN! May 21st, 2020 Billy, Freddy, and Kal have an interview for The CapeCast. Good times ensue, and two boys' dreams are fulfilled.
Ghosts of Mars May 20th, 2020 No description
Turns Out Clark's Not The Only One Who Cheats To Beat The Clock May 19th, 2020 Cindy sneaks in to work from a 6th floor window. Clark overhears her, and she has to come up with an excuse. At the end of the day she learns some new tips!
Another step towards preparation. May 17th, 2020 Superman comes calling upon Captain America to pave the way for the Dawn of Coalition. Kal likes sugar.
Return to normalacy, Evening edition May 17th, 2020 Lois and Clark have Kara over for introgation.. dinner.. Kara's over for dinnergation.
One step closer to Justice May 16th, 2020 Kal calls upon Diana, Bruce, and Hal to meet him on the Embassy roof and discuss the future of the Justice League.
A bird. A plane. You know the drill. May 15th, 2020 Raven's Coffe Brings All The Supers To The Tower
Never steal near the tri city area. Never May 14th, 2020 A crew tries to rob a trailer, Superman, Hal, Cecily, and Chizue save the day. Oh and Nova is around somewhere.
Familia Testimonii May 13th, 2020 Clark invites Kara and Karen to meet for dinner. The tale of two Kara's begins! Kara sees how good milk is for a body. Context.
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind May 12th, 2020 Power Girl and Superman speak about life lessons. Clark tells a joke which isn't funny. Status quo.
The Bells: Whispers in the Dark May 10th, 2020 SHIELD agents and Asgardians attack the Shadow consuming Metropolis: and work to return it to prison.
The Bells: Death Knell May 10th, 2020 Heroes assemble to face the Shadow monster trying to eat Metropolis, before it can move upon Gotham!
The Bells: Metropolis Overrun May 8th, 2020 Shadow monsters assault Gateway bridge, and heroes respond with firepower.
The Bells: Artifacts May 6th, 2020 Zatanna, Lois and Clark investigate the source of the Shadow Demon.
Cousin time May 4th, 2020 Kara and Clark discuss 'what Lois knows', and secrets.
Cozy April 30th, 2020 Lois asks about Clark's backstory.
SHIELD: For Whom The Bells Toll April 28th, 2020 SHIELD considers how to hunt and disrupt monsters.
Dimensional Crossing April 24th, 2020 Power girl approaches Superman to explain her story.
The Bells: Empty Auctions April 22nd, 2020 Zatanna visits Lois to share information about the Shadow monsters.
The Bells: Superhearing is a Problem April 21st, 2020 Lois and Clark attempt to follow the 'Bells' monster, knowing Clark may well get hypnotized by it.
Silent Night (SHIELD) April 21st, 2020 Superman meets with a mix of Avengers and SHIELD agents to discuss the shadow monster expanding out of Metropolis.
Trips and Plans April 15th, 2020 Clark and Lois chat about a visit to Smallville.
Keep Feeling Fascination April 11th, 2020 A heart-to-heart at the Planet without an accident of some sort is not unheard of. Neither is the juggling of secret identities and the revelations thereof being interrupted by the aforementioned accidents. It's just another day at the Planet!
Rallying for Return April 9th, 2020 Kal-El visits Ollie, revealing Superman is alive, and meets Vanessa.
The Bells: Growing Shadow April 8th, 2020 Lois, Clark and Steve Rogers meet about the strange monsters and sounds coming out of Metropolis.
Just a Visit April 5th, 2020 Clark and Lois discuss her learning he's Superman, and their relationship.
Quiet Time April 2nd, 2020 Lois and Clark discuss the strange shadow creatures, and some relationship adjustments.
The Bells: An Echo March 31st, 2020 Clark and Lois encounter a strange shadow... with teeth.
Safety Nets March 29th, 2020 Clark and Kara catch up on the attack on Peter.
Daily Difference March 27th, 2020 Clark brings carryout, Lois brings memories.
Green Energy March 27th, 2020 Green Lantern, Superman and Captain Marvel meet about Genosha's green energy.
Home Is Where the Havoc Is March 25th, 2020 Some dangerous toys show up at the Parker house...and Supergirl and Spider-Man fight toy soldiers.
The False Supermen Pt 2: Unmasked March 21st, 2020 Lois realizes who Superman is.
The False Supermen Pt 1: Always March 21st, 2020 In the aftermath of being hit in the head, Clark and Lois find their relationship growing stronger.
Trial of Glass March 20th, 2020 During an attempted interview on courthouse steps, a dangerous criminal attacks the crowd!
Birds and Planes March 20th, 2020 Carol meets with Superman to talk about Genosha information.
Hardly Awkward March 18th, 2020 Clark fixes a broken shower, and has to rush off, for 'reasons'.
Sunset of Roses March 16th, 2020 Lois dumps Superman (for Clark?)
Secrets March 12th, 2020 Lois lurks around some secrets Clark might be keeping.
Lois Lane, Danger Magnet March 11th, 2020 Lois, injured from a bank robbery, is fussed over by Clark.
Holy Resurrected Capes, Batman March 10th, 2020 Superman Returns: Superman contacts Batman and Nightwing, seeking some advice. Nightwing is somewhat surprised to learn Superman is alive.
Decisions of the Heart March 10th, 2020 Lois makes a difficult and unexpected decision.
Hard at Work March 9th, 2020 Clark does paperwork, Lois naps.
Genosha Burns: Additional Evidence March 9th, 2020 Superman shares a discovery about Genosha with the Avengers.
Undercover! March 8th, 2020 Lois and Clark go undercover at a hospital for a story.
Further Roses March 6th, 2020 Superman and Lois discuss secrets, Superman's return, and what is between them.
An Equal and Opposite Reaction March 6th, 2020 A gigantic monster surfaces in the bay, endangering ferrygoers and everyone else nearby. Fortunately, some heroes are on hand to set things right!
Ice Cream Symbolism March 4th, 2020 Lois and Clark discuss Lois running into danger, and Clark's reaction to Superman. It's confusing.
Picking up Lois March 2nd, 2020 Superman responds to a call to help, and comforts a shaken Lois.
Negotiating the Cape February 27th, 2020 Superman whisks Lois away to a romantic spot, and they plant seeds for a closer relationship.
Warning: May contain an awkward snuggle February 26th, 2020 Lois has a sleepy chat with Clark.
Operation Wholesome Torture February 26th, 2020 Janet leads a shopping adventure with Steve, Lois, and Clark.
Clark the Visitor February 25th, 2020 Diana and Superman talk about his future and whats to come!
Super Secret February 25th, 2020 Clark is adorkable and so is Lois.
Breaking News February 23rd, 2020 Lois Lane is visited by a very much Alive Superman.
Just a Friday February 22nd, 2020 Lois encounters Clark doing way too much dutiful paperwork.
E Pluribus Unum: Surprise Announcement February 20th, 2020 All the lovely people gather for Tony Stark's small announcement.
'Friendly' Dinner Date February 20th, 2020 Clark takes Lois to dinner. It may or may not be a date.
Proof February 19th, 2020 Clark provides proof that Superman is alive.
Door number Two February 19th, 2020 Clark 'rescues' Lois from being stood up.
Coffee, with a TWIST February 18th, 2020 Steve gets some news about Superman's fate.
Some Raw Muscle February 17th, 2020 Lois gets Clark to help move a fridge, and they end up talking.
Introspection (And BEES) February 16th, 2020 Clark Kent and Steve Rogers discuss Superman.
Valentines and Stakeouts February 15th, 2020 Lois and Clark do a long stakeout on Valentine's Day.

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