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"So what are you, man or superman? -Lana Lang

Full Name: Clark Jerome Kent
Name at birth (if different): Kal-El
Aliases (if any): Red-Blue Blur, Blur, Superman, Joe, CK, Smallville, Superguy, The Traveler, Boy Scout, Good Samaritan, Kal,Mild-Mannered Reporter, Super boy, Kal-El, Son of Krypton, and Son of Jor-El.
Title: Officer Kent.
Preferred name: Clark
Age/DOB: 21/1986
Gender: Male
Orientation: Heterosexual
Race/Ethnicity: None
Skin Tone: Fair
Height: 6'3
Weight: Average
Build: Slim Line Backer
Eyes: Blue
Hair: Black
Clothes: Clark almost always wears red, white, and/or blue (including his underwear), and yellow and gray on occasion; As Kal or Kal-El he wore green or black. As the Blur however, Clark wears black and Grey. He also wears the Superman costume, with the House of EL signal burned in.
Image (Common Attire)
Religion: Atheist
Political Affiliation: Undisclosed
Education: High School Education
Languages spoken: English and Kryptonian.

The Fortress of Solitude The Fortress in which the remains of Jor-el arrive. Clark formed this with the Crystals of Knowledge, and this is where he goes to speak to his biological father. The Fortress uses native Kryptonian technology to achieve feats of immense power. In the past, it has opened a portal to the Phantom Zone, reversed time, and created a complete solar eclipse. Given the broad range of its powers and abilities, it is the most powerful entity in the Smallville universe, with power surpassing even that of Clark Kent and other Kryptonians, and even villains. These powers are usually accessed by Kryptonian crystals placed inside a control console at the Fortress. Sometimes a single crystal is placed into the console alone. Other times, multiple crystals are used and they are placed within different areas of the console and moved around; in this sense, the Fortress console seems to resemble a programmable computer system. So far, the only entity shown to be capable of such programming has been the Zor-El replicant.

The Fortress is also home to Jor-El, the spirit and artifical entity of the orignal Jor-El. It is unclear whether or not Jor-El actually has innate powers himself, or if he is somehow able to tap into the power of the Fortress. So far, he has demonstrated the ability to seemingly restructure matter at will; he has transported Martha and Lois back to Smallville, taken Clark's powers away, restored Clark's life and power, froze Clark inside of a giant crystal, released Clark from the crystal, and restored (most of) Chloe Sullivan's memories. In each case, Jor-El has used these powers without the presence of a crystal or appearing to use the console. It is also unclear whether or not Jor-El needs to actually use the console to activate the power of the Fortress crystals. In Reckoning, he handed Clark a crystal that will reset time back to the beginning of the day. Even though no console was involved, when Clark took the crystal he was suddenly sent back in time to the morning.

The Fortress somehow contains vast reservoirs of power, although the initial source of this energy is unclear. The Fortress is capable of recharging from external energy sources such as the Crystal of El.


he one major vulnerability of the Fortress is the Kryptonian dagger that Jor-El gave to Clark. The dagger was apparently capable of inflicting damage even on super powered Kryptonians. But that capability came at a heavy price: when Brainiac was stabbed with a Kryptonian dagger, he was somehow able to access the power of the Fortress to open a portal to the Phantom Zone. Normally that would require access to the crystals and console of the Fortress; somehow because the dagger was part of the Fortress, Brainiac was able to circumvent the access limitations of the console, and access the power of the Fortress directly through the dagger. [1]

In addition, somehow Brainiac was also able to drain the entire power reservoirs of the Fortress leading to its seeming "death". It is unclear exactly how this happened. After the Fortress' death, the connection between the Fortress and Jor-El's oracle (Lionel Luthor) was broken.

Legion Ring This is a piece of technology from the 31st century that gives the wearer the abilities of time travel and flight. Clark's ring was designed differently from others, as it dosen't come with the flight feature. The ring however can travel through space as well as time. Clark is immune to time alteration when wearing this ring, and can remember original time-line's.

Citizenship: American/Kryptonian/Kandorian
Nationality: "Caucasian"
Born: Planet Krypton
Now lives: Smallville,Kent Farm
Lives with: N/A
Relationship Status: Dating Lois Lane

Special Abilities/Skills:

That's why I'm lucky to have parents like you. Every time I woke up and had a new ability, you were always there to help me adjust and this time is no different.– Clark Kent

Clark's superhuman abilities are powered by the energy of Earth's yellow sun. His body is a veritable solar battery that absorbs solar energy. He converts this energy into his abilities. His abilities usually appear suddenly and he must learn to control them. They seem to get stronger as Clark gets older.

Super strength: Clark often uses his super strength to take care of the farm. He lifts farm equipment, plunges fence posts into the ground, and drives nails with his thumb. Clark was easily able to catch a monorail train with no apparent effort and put it down carefully. When Clark is directly exposed to sunlight his strength levels are greatly increased. Currently Clark Kent can't fly but he can jump very high.

Invulnerability: Clark's invulnerability has also increased with his age. He is immune to human illnesses and bullets bounce off him. Clark is also highly resistant to energy-based attacks. He is currently durable enough to survive a distant nuclear blast and survive re-entry into the Earth's atmosphere and fall to the Earth's surface without damage. Clark also has an invulnerability to most telepathy. Ryan James was unable to read Clarks mind. He is also immune to several meta human abilities included Cryokinesis, Transmutation, Truth induction, Persuasion, Induced Paralysis, Disintegration, Pheromone Manipulation ect.

Healing factor: When Clark is wounded, he heals quickly if not instantaneously. His blood can also be used to heal any form of sickness, or injury. It can be used to revive the dead, and even restore Kryptonian abilities.

Super speed: Clark can run at speeds faster than the speed of sound. He uses this speed to run between distant cities (Smallville to Metropolis) faster than a word can be spoken, but not as fast as Bart Allen. Clark's super speed is depicted as instantaneous reappearance at his destination. Clark's speed has reached the point, that when using his speed to him time has stopped. Clark can also swim at super speed but may not be as fast as Arthur Curry. He emits an aura when using his super speed.

Super stamina: Clark can run for long periods of time without getting tired.

X-ray vision: Clark can see through any solid object except for lead. It may appear as a skeletal image similar to the ones seen on hospital x-rays, or it may be a full color image. Clark appears to have mastered the skeletal images over full color.

Heat vision: This power first manifested when Clark was 15 and was initially connected to his sex drive. Clark can also project force with his heat vision. He can choose to emit fire or pure heat. He can control the size of his heat vision, and can disintegrate large amounts of water with ease. He can decimate entire structure's, as seen when he demolished the Kandorian's tower.

Super hearing: When Clark was temporarily blinded at the age 16, this ability manifested to compensate. Clark can hear indirect whispers and both sides of telephone conversations.

Super breath: At age 19, Clark was vulnerable in the Phantom Zone and returned to Earth with super strong sneezes. When he got better, he honed the sneezes as super breath.He can freeze people with breath also.

Super dexterity: Clark is able to throw a basketball into a hoop yards away easily. When he failed to throw a football in a hoop, Martha Kent was shocked and stated that she had never seen him trip.

Flight: Brainwashed as Kal-El at age 17, Clark could fly in full control of this ability, but at 22 has yet to control it. However, he has had this innate ability since 14 but cannot consciously use it, probably because his physical mind hasn't developed the ability to control it. However he has mimicked flying a few times, making super leaps from building to building, jumping up at great speed onto missiles and off from bridges. He was also seen hovering a few feet off his bed while dreaming of Lana.

Longevity: According to Jordan Cross, Clark will live for an extremely long period of time, explaining it as if he can "go on forever". Also, Jonathan Kent and the Martian Manhunter have stated that he may be immortal.

Microscopic and telescopic vision: Clark has the ability to see things miles away.

Clark can hear Kryptonian beacons, and is able to mentally interface with Kryptonian artifacts to order them to fly into his hand as Kal-El. He has also had a possibly precognitive dream relating to the arrival of the second ship, though this is not clear. Although he has not been heard speaking it, Clark has been fluent in written Kryptonian language since about age 15 (it is unknown if he can understand or speak spoken Kryptonian).

Clark does not have a photographic memory but can speed-read.

Clark Kent's fighting style

Clark Kent believes strongly in non-lethal combat and has never directly killed anyone using his powers [27]. As a result, he has adopted a fighting style that depends largely on knocking opponents unconscious using his super-strength. He will sometimes combine these attacks with super speed, in order to remain anonymous (or to sneak up on his opponents). He does use more force when battling more powerful meta humans or extraterrestrial beings.


"We all have our weaknesses, I guess. Except for you, of course." – Chloe Sullivan

Clark is vulnerable to kryptonite, radioactive remnants of his home planet, Krypton. The known variations of kryptonite affect him in different ways. Clark can protect himself from kryptonite radiation using lead. Removal of the substance reverses the effects.

Green kryptonite renders Clark physically weak and painfully ill. He once stated that green kryptonite exposure hurt more than cracked ribs.

Red kryptonite makes Clark lose his inhibitions and social conscience. The effects strengthen over long periods of exposure. Under the influence of red kryptonite, Clark usually refers to himself as "Kal", short for his birthname, Kal-El.

Black kryptonite can separate Clark from his Kryptonian persona, Kal-El.

Silver kryptonite makes Clark dangerously paranoid and suspicious, inducing hallucinations in the process.
Blue kryptonite robs Clark of his powers.

Kryptonian metal, such as the Starblade, can harm Clark. When stabbed by the blade, Clark received a near-fatal wound; he only recovered when Jonathan Kent healed him thanks to a temporary 'donation' of power from Jor-El.
Red Sun Radiation strips Clark of his powers.

The Persuader's atomic axe can cause a lot of damage to a Kryptonian due to the unknown properties of the metal.

High Pitched Noises because of his superhearing Clarks ears are extra sensitive to extreme noises such as Black Canary's sonic scream.
Some of the powers of metahumans effect Clark.

Hypnosis/mind control

Other Kryptonians/aliens Clark can be wounded and even killed by other kryptonians and aliens
Lead Clark can't see through lead with his x ray vision.

Although most metahumans received their powers from green kryptonite, Clark's vulnerability or immunity towards each individual seems to vary based on unknown factors; some powers seem to be deflected due to his non-human status, while others appear to have limited effect due to his powers. Clark was also vulnerable to the magical abilities of Countess Margaret Isobel Thoreaux and the hypnotic abilities of Simone's gemstone. He is also vulnerable to the powers of various intergalactic creatures from the Phantom Zone and was incapacitated by Black Canary's sonic scream (although his heightened hearing might have contributed to this more than any actual weakness on his part). As Clark got closer to Lana, he was experiencing large exposures to kryptonite without being in intensive pain until he touched her and seconds later kissed her. He wasn't able to get up as quickly as usual (after exposure to kryptonite) and could barely speak, struggling with the words: "I love you."

Hobbies: Writing, Farming, Playing Sports, Community Service, Helping others, Working, Watching movies,
Interests: Football,Basketball, Astronomy, Saving Lives, His work,
Favorite Types of Music: Rock
Favorite Types of Reading Material: Science Fiction
Serious Problems: Clark has several issues the main one being his inferiority complex, which can lead to him doubting himself, and sometimes doubting what he is capable of in crucial situation's. His ability to see the good things in people can lead to him being manipulated, and the such. Finally his savior complex, which has even lead to Oliver Queen calling him a Modern Aged Jesus.


"You feel no pain greater than to see others in agony." – General Zod, to Clark Kent.

Most of Clark's personality traits are the direct result of his modest farm upbringing. Being very close to both of his parents, Clark was respectful, obedient and highly valued their approval. Raised with a strong moral background, he does not like invasions of privacy, thinks the bad guys should be punished and wants things to be fair. Clark is also hard-working and usually does not place much value in material possessions.

Two traits of Clark Kent that have been prominent for most of the series have been his positive view on humanity and his self-loathing of not being human. He is idealistic and has the ability to always find the good in people, which manifests itself into a willingness to trust others to a fault. (An exception in Season Three Clark Kent being Lionel Luthor). Clark's optimistic opinions may also be somewhat inherent; while amnesiac, he retained a positive attitude of the people around him. He strongly believes that feelings such as compassion are synonymous to the human race, and thinks humans are, on the whole, noble beings.

Clark has often expressed a desire to be human and disdain towards his alien heritage, probably because he feels his biology hinders his humanity despite several people telling him that humanity is more than biology. This self-loathing is probably why Clark internalizes situations and believes everything is his fault, or revolves around him in some fashion. It deeply affects him when his loved ones suffer because of his secret, as he fails to consider that people who love him would willingly suffer for him and instead blames himself for any trouble that befalls them. He considers knowing his secret a burden to bear that puts the secret-keeper in danger. He often feels guilt about things over which he had no control and because of this, does not consider himself a hero. It may also explain part of his constant fear of sharing his secret, assuming that he won't be accepted for what he is because he is not comfortable with himself. Clark also struggles with the fact that he cannot save every endangered person and as such, feels that his heroic deeds are inadequate

This inferiority complex also extends to how Clark feels about his own race since he was quick to judge that Kryptonians are evil until discovering that they, like humans, were capable of love and compassion as well as hate and evil. Clark has made some improvements toward accepting who he is, expressing gratefulness for his abilities and taking pride in his compassion for the human race, which he views as a strength. However, recent events have caused Clark to abruptly change his mind about his compassionate side, and he now feels like caring too much for humans limits his ability to save them. As he has grown older, Clark has begun to realize that the circumstances surrounding his destiny affect a greater circle than his small hometown and has clearly decided to embark on his Kryptonian training in the near future. However, after reuniting with Lana Lang in the fall of 2007, he abandoned these plans and declared his intent to attempt to make a "normal" life with her on the farm. After Lana moved away from Smallville, accompanied by a near-death experience when he was temporarily rendered powerless, Clark resolved to take a more active role in his destiny and took a job at the Daily Planet to be certain of being in "the thick of the action". In conjunction with this decision he begun to use his powers in a more active manner.

Clark can be impulsive and often acts before thinking things through, doing things without considering the real-world repercussions or adverse outcomes, despite his good intentions.Unsurprisingly, Clark has a hero complex, often trying to save lives at any and all costs. He has willingly risked his own life to save his loved ones and has, on many occasions, offered the Kents' home to individuals seeking refuge. Clark has a temper which can come out when the people he loves are put into danger. Clark is also very comfortable around children and enjoys situations in which he gets to be a "big brother" figure.

Additionally, because he closely guards his secret, Clark can sometimes be dishonest. He often makes up lies to explain his sudden presence or absence as well as his knowledge of mysterious things. He seems slightly less mature than his friends, although this could be the result of his sheltered upbringing. Clark has also been known to whine, mope, or pout, especially about his roller-coaster relationship with Lana Lang. His family and friends have repeatedly told him that he shouldn't bottle up his emotions until they get the best of him. Clark has also shown to be somewhat of a workaholic, using work to cope or avoid his problems, or working unreasonably long hours.

Clark has a few ironic traits to his personality: He is afraid of heights despite the fact that he can survive almost any fall and he is also habitually late despite being able to run at teleportation-like speeds. Finally, and perhaps most ironically, Clark highly values trust in a relationship, despite his constant lies to protect his secret.

Recently, Clark has fully begun his Kryptonian training and is much less emotional, and more violent than before (although he retains his humor while around Lois). He has also seems to have become much more calm during battles, and resorts to more brutally offensive methods than he would have in the past. His willingness to use violence is further expressed when he put a witness in the hospital, lifted Tess off the ground by the throat and manhandled her while under no threat, then hit her hard enough to put her in the hospital as well.

Just recently Clark has told Zod to stay away from Lois Lane, for she is off limits, if Zod doesn't leave Lois alone, Clark will... destroy them all.

Other:Clark was a member of the Philosophy Club, Astronomy Club, Computer Club, and the Key Club in high school. He is good at math and his interests include playing football and basketball, astronomy and journalism. Clark is a poor dancer, and his first word was Lara. He is immune to the effects of Alcohol, and he rarely missed school. He graduated from High school in 2005, and he's trained in CPR.

Born as Kal-El on the planet Krypton to Jor-El and Lara-El, he was sent to Earth after his planet was about to be destroyed. Kal-El's ship crash landed in Miller's Field, Smallville, Kansas where he was found and illegally adopted by Jonathan and Martha Kent where they named him Clark after Martha's maiden name. During his middle school years he met and befriended Pete Ross, and Chloe Sullivan. Also during his child hood his parents helped him gain control over his basic abilities, and he developed his crush on Lana Lang. Early on in his High School years he began using his abilities to stop Meteor freaks, humans gaining powers as a result of being infected by meteor rocks.

During his self assigned mission he managed to save Lex Luthor from an accident, and befriend him. He started a rivalry with Lana's boyfriend Whitney. He also started a love triangle with Whiteney and Lana. He formed an alliance with Whitney, before the latter left to the Marines. He nearly started a relationship with Chloe, when he left to help save his friends and family from some severe Tornadoes. Shortly after during his sophomore year he manifested Heat Vision, and exposed his abilities to Pete. He also discovered Red Meteor rocks, and had an on off relationship with Lana .He continued to deal with meteor freaks, and began to delve into his Kryptonian origins as he discovered the Kawatche Caves. A man named Virgil Swan helped Clark learn more about his destiny, while he began to get into struggle's with Law Enforcement.

He began interacting with Jor-el via his ship, and learned Martha was having her own biological son. He argued with Jor-el regarding his destiny, and later destroyed the ship causing a shock-wave that killed his mother's newborn son. He then took red kryptonite to become Kal, and moved to Metropolis. Once there he became a criminal, and Chloe helped hid from his friends and family. He then joined Morgan Edge's Intergang, but was brought by home by a temporarily super powered Jonathan. With help from Lex he took down the Intergang, and exposed his abilities to Lex in the process. Clark ended up breaking into Belle Reeve to save Lex, but Lionel had already put Lex through electroshock therapy which erased Lex's memories of the past seven weeks.

Clark met and dated a meteor freak named Alicia Baker, and ended up causing Pete to leave Smallville with his mother. He ended his friendship with Lex, but agreed to testify against Lionel in court. However Jor-el empowered a girl named Kara, and she took Clark to the caves to accept his destiny. He vanished in a flash of light, leaving his father in a coma.Three Months later Clark returned to Smallville as Kal-El to round up the Stones of Knowledge, however his quest was cut short after black kryptonite was used to return him to normal. He met Lois Lane, and together they saved Chloe from an assassin hired by Lionel. He also restarted his somewhat rocky friendship with Lex. Clark then joined the Football team, and met the speedster Bart Allen. He set him on the path of righteousness, before Lionel jacked his body. While Lionel was in control of his body he quit the Football team, and turned down a scholarship.

He managed to re-obtain his body, and set things straight with his friends. During Chloe's birthday, he began dealing with Lana's ancestor the witch Isobel, and her magical allies. He reunited with Alicia Baker, and she gave him red kryptonite. The two moved to Vegas to get illegally married, but later Alice was murdered. He brought the murderor to Justice, and and Dr. Swann sent Clark the key after his death. Clark re-established connection with Jor-El, and headed to China to get the stones before Jason, Isobel, and Lex did. As his senior year drew to a close, Clark had many strange things happen to him; he got possessed by Dawn Stiles during his senior prom, lost his memory, and he and Lana found a rapidly-aging child left abandoned in a field.

However near Graduation day he experienced Precognitive Dreams, and later a second Meteor shower took place. Clark gathered the stones, and formed the Fortress of Solitude. Chloe had been brought to the Fortress as well, forcing him to reveal his powers to her. He managed to fight off some other Kryptonians who came during the meteor shower, before finally being stripped of his abilities due to not returning to the Fortress in time. He was forced to fight off some meteor freaks Lex sent after him powerless, and after this he ended his friendship with Lex. However while powerless he lost his virginity with Lana, and started a relationship with her. He eventually regained them after being killed, and saved Smallville from a nuclear missile. He then met Milton Fine a college professor, from Krypton. Clark befriended Fine, but turned against him after learning he was helping Zod. After this Clark revealed his abilities to Lana, which got her killed.

Jor-el sent him back in time to save her, but this time his father Jonathan died. Clark then dropped out of Central Kansas A&M to single handedly manage his family's farm. Clark later exposed his powers to Lionel, after saving him, and Martha.Clark began to use his powers to help people including the super powered Vigilante Andrea Rojas, and the meteor freak Maddie Van Horn. Around this time was mind controlled by a woman named Simone, becoming her slave. After regaining control, he ended his relationship with Lana permanently. Towards the end of the year he was forced to fight Fine, and the now super powered Lex. He was placed in the Phantom Zone by Zod, and there he met Raya. He escaped to earth by also freed several criminals from the Phantom Zone, known as Zoners. He defeated Zod, and then began hunting the now freed Zoners. Around this time he met and befriended Chloe's new boyfriend Jimmy Olsen.

He also befriended Oliver Queen, aka the Green Arrow. Around this time he met Raya, but she was later murdered by a Zoner named Baern. He managed to get his friends and family together for Thanksgiving, and got Chloe's assistance in his mission to hunt down the Zoners. He also learned from Chloe that Lana still loved him despite being in a relationship with Lex, but later learned that Lex impregnated Lana. He temporarily joined the Justice League to help save Bart from Lex.A fter being infected with Red Kryptonite once again he crashed Lana's reception, and ended up kidnapping her. Martha used green kryptonite to stop his rampage, and he planned to stop Lex and Lana's wedding by revealing his powers to Lana. However she went on with the wedding after Lionel black mailed her, and Angered about Lana's marriage, Clark resorted to hunting down metahumans and turning them over to the police.

With Oliver's help he resumed his hunt for Zoners, and later helped Chloe save her mother Moira. After Moira's death, Clark and Lex were trapped in an underground tunnel system filled with kryptonite. With Lana's help, the duo escaped the system. Finally Clark went after Lionel after Lana's death via car explosion, and was calmed by John Jones a martian who was helping Clark fight Zoners. They tracked down the last zoner named Bizzaro who made a duplicate of Clark's body, and broke Reeve's dam. Clark stopped the rushing waters, and went after Bizzaro defeating him. He later met up with his cousin Kara Kent, and started a relationship with Lana with her knowing his secrete. He began to learn Lana's true nature, after she briefly obtained his abilities. He also began to deal with the Veritas a group determined to locate him. He also managed to briefly revive his mother Lara, and Kara's father Zor-El.

Finally after a climatic battle with Zor-El, Kara vanished. Jor-El imprisoned Clark in ice as punishment, and after being released he learned Bizzaro took over his life. With Lana's help he killed Bizzaro, and learned of Chloe's activities in the Justice League. He helped her fight Black Canary, and helped Oliver recruit his team. He later helped rescue Kara, however let her live a normal life upon learning her memories and powers had vanished. Clark had a reunion with Pete, which resulted into him learning Lionel was not truly his alley. Before he could act on this knowledge, Lionel had him captured and imprisoned in a Kryptonite cage. Kara now re-empowered thanks to Lana and Chloe, saved him from Lionel. He later met Patricia Swann, Dr. Swann's daughter to get the latter's diary. He cut off ties with Lionel, and began dealing with the return of Milton Fine aka Brainiac.

Around this time Brainiac placed Lana in a coma, and he began hunting Kara after she flew into Space with Brainiac. Around this time Lionel was killed by Lex, but the rest of the world assumed it was a suicide. Clark found a message from Lionel regarding Veritas, and his recent unexplainable actions. He set out to collect the Veritas Keys, and to stop Lex. Clark learned Kara and Brainiac were in the past, and decided he needed to die. Jor-El placed him in an alternate reality in which he never made it to earth, after escaping he departed to the past to stop his murder. He killed Brainiac, and brought Kara back to the present. Clark tracked down Edward Teague, the last member of the Veritas for the last part of the key.

However Edward betrayed him, planning to kill him to save the earth. He was rescued by Chloe, but failed to get the key. After learning of Lana's recovery, he went to get her only to learn she left Smallville. Clark then confronted Lex in the fortress, the latter having the orb. Lex unleashed the orb's power, causing the Fortress to collapse. Clark as result lost his powers, and escaped to safety. He was captured and placed in a Russian Concentration camp. He was rescued by Oliver, and together they went to rescue Chloe, and the rest of the Justice League from a facility called Black Creek. He was later killed by Oliver who was being controlled by Luthorcorp agents, but John came and flew him to the sun. He regained his powers, but John lost his. He then began saving lives becoming the Red Blur Blur, and met Davis Bloome.

He also met the new owner of Luthorcorp Tess Mercer, and began avoiding her attempts of seduction. He also faced some meta humans, and aliens. His relationship with Lois continued to grow, and Clark continued to fight crime in Metropolis. Eventually he and Lois were trapped in the Phantom Zone, were he met Kara. The trio escaped, and Clark with Kara's help stopped Zod's Wife Faora who possessed Lois. Kara left earth to find Kandor, and while Clark tried to assist Chloe as she began loosing her memories due to Brainiac. He rebuilt the Fortress, so Chloe could regain her memories but made sure she didn't remember his secrete. He began dealing with the return of Brainiac, Doomsday, and his new allies the Legion. Doomsday crashed Chloe's wedding, and kidnapped her. At the same time he learned Oliver was after Lex, and Lana returned. He learned Brainiac took control of Chloe's body, and with the Legion's help they removed Brainiac from Chloe's body.

Clark resumed his relationship with Lana, and she later worked with Dr.Knox to gain powers from a suit designed for Lex. Together they fought crime in Metropolis even dealing with the Toyman. However Lex forced Lana to absorb large amounts of kryptonite ending their relationship. Finally he revealed his secrete to the world, and became a global hero. But Linda Lake a former nemesis he faced, turned the world against him after exposing all the damage he'd caused. He used the Legion ring the Legion gave him, to travel back in time to keep his secrete safe. However he took on a dual identity, to inspire the world. Soon, Clark struggled with dealing with Davis Bloome, a paramedic who was secretly Doomsday, a biological weapon created by General Zod in order to kill Clark himself and then destroy the Earth. Clark ended up fighting Davis after learning of his murderous habits, and Chloe managed to kill him by submerging him in kryptonite. Later however..Tess formed a team, and used a shape shifter to gain information about Clark.

Clark then began to hunt down Davis and Chloe, after learning they left Smallville together. Clark learned that Oliver killed Lex, and Clark learned he would be killed by Doomsday after a member of the Legion visited him. He joined forces with the League to stop Doomsday, and used black kryptonite to separate him from Davis. . However, when Davis subsequently killed Jimmy Olsen and was killed by him in turn, Clark lost faith in humanity and vowed that "Clark Kent is dead," severing all ties with his friends and family for a time. Shortly after, however, Clark realized that he could not completely shut out his humanity and rejoined society.

However his life had changed as an assassin from the future had revealed he would cause the end of the world. Clark resumed work at the Daily Planet, and crime fighting as The Blur. He dealt with a slew of new enemies and problems such as John Corben, Major Zod & his Kandorian army, along with a zombie virus, and the return of Toyman. He briefly acquired Telepathic powers to stop Toyman, and learned from Jor-El Kandorians were scattered across the earth. Clark was reunited with Jor-El who had been revived from the dead, but Zod murdered his father. Clark and Lois after being placed on a blind date, started a relationship. Clark also began to reach out to Oliver who had quit being the Green Arrow, after Jimmy's death. Eventually after kissing Lois she fell into a coma, and Tess had her kidnapped. He went to rescue her, and learned what she saw in the future. With this knowledge he befriended Major Zod, and the Kandorians.

Clark helped Oliver stop his old arching mentor Vordigan, and warned Zod to stay away from Lois. Clark began investigating the murders of the JSA, and gathered the League with Oliver and Chloe. Clark was then infected with gemstone kryptonite gaining the ability of Persuasion, but also being under Major Zod's control. Chloe saved him, and the others placed under his control. With this done, Clark destroyed the Kandorians Solar Tower to prevent the future he witnessed. He later began helping the Kandorians deal with some traitors, and used his blood to heal Zod, in the process restoring Major Zod's abilities. After this he continued to assist the Kandorians, but with the help of friends he brought them down. To do this he obtained the Book of Rao intending to use it's power to banish them but learned in banishing the Kandorians he'd banish himself as well. He went through with his plan getting into a battle with Zod who had a dagger with blue kryptonite which he intended to use to keep himself grounded on earth. However Clark overpowered him and stabbed himself with the dagger falling to his death.

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