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Superman (DC)(2965)
Real Name: Klar Ken T5477
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Details on the parentage of this character, or even how he'd derive his powers are sketchy. Is he the result of a union between Clark Kent and Lois Lane? Did Superman spend a little too much time in Kandor one afternoon? Or did Power Girl whisper to Superman, "You know, we're the only two survivors of an entire planet. I think we have to get over this whole "family" thing"?

Whatever the case, he appeared in Superman #181 and a few other stories to postulate what might happen if Kal-El's line somehow continued. As he wouldn't be alien to Earth, though, his existence as an inheritor of the Superman power-set is extremely inconsistent with the basic myth.

We can believe that his existence was wiped out by the events of the Crisis, but nothing in subsequent texts explicitly says so.

He is modestly significant as an early precursor of the post-Crisis "DC 1,000,000" phenomenon.


First Appearance: Superman (1939) #181

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