Kal-L appears in 311 issues.
A famed wartime super-group which included almost all the heroes of the time, combining members of the Justice Society of America, Freedom Fighters and the Seven Soldiers of Victory with assorted solo heroes. The team was briefly revived by Alan Scott during the Final Crisis storyline.
Kal-L rose from his grave as a Black Lantern and headed immediately to Smallville, collecting living hearts to power the Black Lantern Corps central battery. He fought Superman and Superboy, trying to claim both of their hearts for Nekron. He was defeated when Superboy was able to use Psycho Pirate's Medusa Mask against him, causing the connection to his black power ring to sever.
The Daily Star is a newspaper publisher on Earth-Two.
The Justice Society of America was the 1st super team in the DCU. Currently, they are a large group of crime-fighters that are protecting and rebuilding Monument Point following a catastrophic battle. The emphasis here is on training and preparing the next generation of heroes.
The family that adopted Superman when his rocket crashed on Earth. After Ma and Pa Kent passed away, Clark is now the head of the Kent family, with his own wife and son.
Kryptonians are a virtually extinct fictitious species that exist in the DC universe. Kryptonians are from the planet Krypton, a planet that orbited the sun Rao before its destruction. They are known for gaining incredible superhuman abilities when exposed to the light of a yellow star.
Superman and Batman, the two most recognizable characters in comic books, frequently team up to tackle threats that neither of them can handle on their own, each bringing their own special talents to the fore.
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