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2-14-40 Clark Kent, Mild-Mannered Reporter - George Ludlum & Frank Chase - Superman™ On Radio (The Exciting Radio Adventures Of - The Man Of Steel!) (Cassette)

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  1. Clark Kent. 17K likes. Clark Joseph Kent is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics. Created by Jerry Siegel and.
  2. Oct 22,  · In Superman issue 13, the Man of Steel's alter ego, mild-mannered reporter Clark Kent, quits the Metropolis newspaper that has been his employer since the DC Comics superhero's earliest days in Author: USATODAY.
  3. Aug 23,  · Lily Kent is the twin sister of Clark Kent, Unlike Clark she is a late bloomer with only strength and flying at her disposal. As if being a teenager in a small town wasn't bad enough try having powers and a over protective brother. But life as they know it soon ends that fateful day Lex Luthor h.
  4. Superman's post-"Rebirth" world could be modeled on Shakespeare's "Comedy of Errors" for all the alternate-universe doppelgangers and identity switcheroos, but even as the pre-"Flashpoint" Man of Steel and Lois Lane assume the roles of their deceased New 52 versions, the Clark Kent who arrived in Metropolis after the demise of this universe's.
  5. for daria Smallville futurefic where President Luthor, due to threat of natural disaster, is stuck for hours with that annoyingly ethical reporter Clark Kent. Since Lex is smart and Clark is a crap liar, once they're alone in a room together, Lex figures out that Clark must know something about him .
  6. Oct 13,  · In Superman #, three female police officers figure out that Clark Kent is Superman. In an act that breaks pretty much every law about civil liberties, the policewomen lock up Clark Kent without cause. Superman is supposed to open a youth centre at o' clock, so they lock Clark Kent .
  7. How does Clark Kent get his job at The Daily Planet in Man of Steel? While there might be a lot in those "lost years" that we are not shown on screen, it seems that he has spent a lot of time wandering around changing from one job to another (we see him working as a fisherman or waiter).

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