Superboy

The first, and arguably best-known, Superboy was simply Superman as a boy, acting as a superhero in Smallville, where Kal-El (Superboy`s Kryptonian name) lives under his secret identity, Clark Kent. The character was featured in several series from the 1940s until the 1980s, with long runs appearing in Adventure Comics and two eponymous series, S....
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Superboy

[comic] ===Simon Kenton Memorial Bridge=== The acute angle of this shot exaggerates the arch of this well-engineered suspension bridge. Depth of field is deep and color well saturated. The shot is typical of river towns along the Ohio River. The photo appears in Simon Kenton Memorial Bridge It was taken 10/29/2006 by Greg Hume. ...
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Superboy

[Jon Lane Kent] ==Fictional character biography== ===Origin=== In an alternate future, Superman married Lois Lane and had a son, whom he named Jon Lane Kent. Jon`s hybrid Kryptonian/human physiology proved to be unstable, causing him to fall ill and die shortly before his fourth birthday. In grief, Superman and Lois retreated to the Fortres...
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Superboy

[Kon-El] From the character`s debut in 1993 to August 2003, Superboy was depicted as a genetically engineered metahuman clone of human origin designed by Project Cadmus as a duplicate and closest genetic equivalent of Superman. The character was retconned in Teen Titans vol. 3, #1 (September 2003) as a Kryptonian/human hybrid of Superman an...
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