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They thought he was just an experiment – and a failed one at that! Grown from a combination of Kryptonian and human DNA, the Clone was no more than a set of data to the scientists of Project N.O.W.H.E.R.E. But when the scope of his stunning powers was revealed, he became a deadly weapon! Now the question is: Can a clone develop a conscience?

Superboy is being created in N.O.W.H.E.R.E. He is suppose to be destroyed but he is in more control than everyone expects and he destroys them. He relates to the girl he calls Red ( Fairchild). He is subjected to more tests and virtual reality scenarios.



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"Being Human" or "Loving the Alien", can a boy be both? 0

When Geoff Johns did his run on Adventure Comics with Francis Manapul, we saw that his vision of Superboy was to pin his genetics against himself. His genetics don't fight physically, but symbolically Superboy struggles between his Human and Alien halves. The new 52 is interesting because this run is suppose to be accessible and is intended as a jump in point. I felt it was. There are familiar settings and characters weaved within this comic so that older fans can be given possible red herrings ...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

Superboy Ver. 2.0 0

The Good: I like the idea that Superboy's powers are much more based on his TTK. It separates him further from Supermen, giving him more of his own identity. Superboy and Supergirl never had as much distinct uniqueness from Superman compared to Batman's proteges in my opinion, and this serves to help Superboy be more of his own man. There's some fun stuff done with the plot that leaves you shocked at minor twists. This series has done one of the best jobs at rounding out its supporting cast in o...

7 out of 9 found this review helpful.

Fairchild, Huh? Sneaky, Lobdell. Sneaky. 0

It is a complete reboot for the character of Superboy as Scott Lobdell and R.B. Silva go all the way back to the test tube with the character. The reimagining of Superboy's origin is a creative one, but it really remains to be seen if this new Superboy will have the same appeal as previous incarnations of the character.Much of this issue is spent inside Superboy's head with his internal narration, and that is the only sense we get of his personally. Or what exists of it. It is understandable tha...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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