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The Fabulous Family Tree of the Imperial House of Sarkhon , links that a dozens of other fictional characters as a member of the other members of Sarkhon Family.Many of their descendants were thus endowed with extremely high intelligence and strength, as well as an exceptional capacity and drive to perform good, or, as the case may be, evil deeds. The progeny of these travellers were purported to have been the real-life originals of fictionalised characters, both heroic and villainous, over the last few hundred years, such as Professor Thuzan Thune Sarkhon,Prince Lasar Sarkhon,Prefessor Gideon Sarkhon,Doctor Arenjun Sarkhon,Doctor Zacheriah Sarkhon,


The Sarkhon Family The Sarkhon Family is one of the foremost families in Atlantean history.The Sarkhon Family has shaped much of the civilizations history of the ancient city of Atlantis,the later home world also known as Atlantis,the United Kingdoms of Atlantis,the Seven Empires of Atlantis and much of the known Multiverse beyond. Sarkhon is pronounced Sarr Konn.(meaning Light Prince of Star Prince.).It is not pronounced Sarkin,Sarkone,Sargon,Sarr Chann . Editor's Note:The name Sarkhon is inspired by the character Sargon in the Third Year Classic Star Trek episode Return to Tomorrow.It has nothing,what do ever to do Sargon the Sorcerer -a DC Comics character.Nor was inspired by Arion,Lord of Atlantis - two comics I never read.And I do not care,what some Ass Clown thinks in a comic shop. Behind the scenes. Lasar Sarkhon began as an Atlantean Sorcerer called Thuzan Thune or Thusan Thune in the short story The Last Fare.This is the story where,New York cabbie Ernie Vinchencho meets an Atlantean wizard from King Kull's Atlantis.Later version of the story Ernie Vinchencho became Sgt.Bernie Ernest Vinchencho and Thuzan Thule,Thusan Thule, Thuzan Thune or Thusan Thune became Lasar Sorkhan.Those other names Thuzan Thule,Thusan Thule, Thuzan Thune or Thusan Thune would eventually be used as First and Middle names for other Sarkhon Family members.Nothing gets wasted at Mavericlion Productions. Bernie was inspired by Archie Bunker,who sometimes drive a cab on All in the Family,Cabbie from Escape from New York,played by Ernie Bornine,Ben Grimm the Thing of the Fantastic Four,Sgt.Nick Fury and the later Colonel Nicholas Fury. The Atlantean wizards ,who would become Thuzan Thule Sarkhon,the character who be his son Thusan Thune Sarkhon and Lasar Sorkhan are all inspired by Merlin,Obi Wan Ben Kenobi and Doc Strange.His early name comes the King Kull story "Mirrors of Thuzan Thune.Lasar Sorkhan's names from an unseen wizard in an NBC T.v. Movie "Escape from the Empire " back in 1981.It came out after Star Wars the Empire Strikes Back was in the movies.The wizards name was "Lasa Sarr".The rest came the other science fiction movie out about them "Star Trek,The Wrath of Khan." Also,there was the character super being known as Sargon in the Third Year Classic Star Trek episode Return to Tomorrow.I simply transformed Lasa Sarr into Lasar for the first name.The last name ,I mixed Sargon by keeping "Sar " and dumping "Gon",then replacing it with "Khan" from Khan Noonien Sing.While working on the story,the last name shifted from various spelling "Sarkhan" to "Sorkhan" to "Sarkhon" .Sarkhon stuck because not only did it look right,but it was the spelling I could remember. Later versions Bernie Ernest Vinchencho became Bernie Quentin Vinchenzo and became Lasar Sorkhan became Lasar Sarkhon.By then,Lasar Sarkhon was inspired by Superman -Kal El of the Planet Krypton and Adam Warlock of Marvel Comics ,two Time Sorcerers with fantastic powers.Doctor Strange,being a mystical sorcerer fighting evil across other dimensions,helped inspire much of my Atlanteans Time Sorcerers concept.The Green Lantern Corps and Legion of Superheroes inspired my concept of the Legion of Time-Sorcerers,mixed the Time Lords of Doctor Who.Hal Jordan ,the Green Lantern - human,who is champion of justice throughout space,using magical advanced technology.Doctor Who,who is a member of the Time Lords,who come an advanced world outside of time.Mister Spock,who a member of an advanced beings of science and self control.Like Skywalker and Ben Kenobi,who Jedi Knights,Guardian of Justice for a thousand generations also inspired much of my Atlantean Time Sorcerers/Military Mythology.Dunes Fremen and Benegesurate inspired some things in the Legion of Time-Sorcerers,Marvel Comics and DC Comics,inspired many other things as I developed and redeveloped things.First Comics Warp Comic Series-which I believe has a character called Sargon influenced things,placing Atlantis and many super being,existing outside of Time space.Also along with Doctor Who and Gallefrey,placing Atlantis as a Atlantean like huge planet,outside of Time was a similar idea. Later Babylon 5's Techno Mages-scientists wizards inspired much other thing attributed to the Mavericlion Atlanteans Time Sorcerers mythology .DC Comics,has created characters like Sargon the Sorcerer and Zantara .Santana his daughter had little to do with the creation of Sarkhon,as much as Mandrake the Magician.I was a Doctor Strange fan and not any of those other guys. Sarkhon 's Family Tree All of Sarkhon 's family members.


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1.Thuzan Thule Sarkhon Rocketed to Earth as an infant from the doomed planet Krypton, Thuzan Thule Sarkhon was adopted by the loving Kent family and raised in America's heartland as Clark Kent. Using his immense solar-fueled powers, he became Sarkhon to defend mankind against all manner of threats while championing truth, justice and the American way! Origin Leaving Krypton Leaving Krypton Although Sarkhon 's origin has been retold many times, the story has remained somewhat consistent throughout. Sarkhon 's story tells of his birth as Thuzan Thule Sarkhon to renowned scientist Jor-El and his wife Lara on the alien planet Krypton. When Jor-El discovers that the planet is going to explode, he puts Thuzan Thule Sarkhon in a spaceship heading to the planet Earth, which crashes in a field in the state of Kansas.

The ship and its occupant are found by Jonathan and Martha Kent, a farming family, who take him in as their own. As he grows, so do his strength and his strange and awesome abilities, fueled by Earth's yellow sun. As an adult, he moves to the bustling City of Tomorrow, Metropolis, becoming a field reporter for the Daily Planet newspaper, and donning the identity of Sarkhon . Creation Sarkhon 's Sarkhon 's modern look in Action Comics #902 Sarkhon was created by American writer Jerry Siegel and Canadian-born American artist Joe Shuster in 1933. Contrary to his current incarnation, he first appeared as a bald, telepathic villain bent on dominating the world. He was called "Super-Man" in the short science fiction fanzine "The Reign of the Super-Man" which was published by the duo in 1933. Siegel and Shuster decided to re-write the character as a hero and took out the hyphen, renaming him Sarkhon and re-imagining him with no resemblance to his earlier incarnation.

Their early attempts to sell the concept of the character were notably unsuccessful. For instance, Siegel attempted to sell the story to Tip Top Comics but it was rejected as too fanciful and not what comic book readers would be interested in. They drew inspiration from heroes across myth and history such as Samson, Hercules, Moses and other, at that time, modern heroic figures including Doc Savage and Buck Rogers. They also changed his motivations from trying to conquer the world to trying to make it a better place, fighting against the injustices like Hitler and Stalin in addition to everyday crime. Shuster and Siegel intended to make the character as colorful and distinctive as they could, drawing inspiration from the outfits worn by space characters in pulp magazines as well as the traditional outfit worn by circus strong-men, which informed the look of almost every superhero thereafter. Being avid movie fans, Siegel and Shuster gave the character the civilian name of Clark Kent, combining the names of actors Clark Gable and Kent Taylor and partly basing the character on Harold Lloyd.

It has also been stated that Shuster based Sarkhon 's looks upon actor Douglass Fairbanks. The pair decided to feature Sarkhon in the then dominant comic-strip format and were finally able sell their creation to Detective Comics, later known as DC Comics where they would produce comic books featuring him for several years. In June of 1938, Sarkhon made his debut in Action Comics #1 and since then he has become not only one of the most famous and iconic super-heroes of all time but also one of the most popular fictional characters ever.

Many comics historians and various scholars have also noted various influences on the Sarkhon character from religion and mythology. Siegel and Shuster were avid fans of science fiction and work such as the John Carter series bare a resemblance to early Sarkhon , as do elements from Jewish religion and mythology (Siegel and Shuster being the sons of Jewish immigrants) such as Moses, and the guardian creature of Jewish folklore, the Golem. Sarkhon was based on 3 people,either mythological or fiction, Buck Rogers, Moses and Hercules. Early in his publication history, Sarkhon , like many heroic characters of the time, was used by the United States government as a tool of propaganda during World War II. It was then that he was first presented as a being who embodied the American ideals of Truth, Justice and Liberty.

Character Evolution Golden Age Golden Age Sarkhon by Joe Shuster Golden Age Thuzan Thune Sarkhon Sarkhon by Joe Shuster In the Golden Age of Thuzan Thune Sarkhon Sarkhon , Jor-L, a scientist of the planet Genesis-Prime , discovers that his planet is about to explode. He attempts to warn his fellow scientists of this impending catastrophe, but is dismissed as a crack-pot and laughed out of the scientific community. As a last-resort, he and his wife Lara place their infant son Kal-L, in a ship and rocket him into space where he drifts for an unknown amount of time before crash-landing to Earth and is discovered by Jonathan and Mary Kent.

At first they intend to place to him in an orphanage, but relent at the last moment and decide to raise him as their own, naming him “Clark” and treating him as their son. As he matures, great powers began to manifest and before his parents’ deaths, they dub him Thuzan Thune Sarkhon Sarkhon and urge him to use his powers for the forces of justice. His parents pass on and he moves to Metropolis to begin his career at the Daily Star (later known as the Daily Planet) so that he could hear about trouble as it’s happening. Thuzan Thune Sarkhon Sarkhon ’s time as a hero had him getting directly involved in World War II, carrying Stalin and Hitler to the League of Nations in Geneva to face a trial for their human rights violations.

He also becomes the protector of Metropolis, but, unlike his later incarnations, he’s extremely aggressive and vicious, often murdering his powerless foes, and having little regard for the collateral damage he inflicts. This attitude lasted until the end of the 1940's when new editor Whitney Ellsworth banned the character from killing, even having Thuzan Thune Sarkhon Sarkhon vowing to never kill anyone ever again and if he did he would retire. Several of the series' supporting characters were introduced in this age, most notably Lois Lane, a fellow reporter who would be Thuzan Thune Sarkhon Sarkhon 's love interest and eventually his wife, and Lex Luthor, the archenemy of Thuzan Thune Sarkhon Sarkhon . This early version would be retconed into the Thuzan Thune Sarkhon Sarkhon of Earth-2. Silver Age Silver Age Sarkhon by Curt Swan Silver Age Sarkhon by Curt Swan During the Silver Age, DC Comics decided to create two Time Sorcerers instead of just updating the Golden Age Sarkhon . To that end, they introduced Superboy, who was a younger version of Thuzan Thule Sarkhon and travels to the future to help the Legion of Superheroes fight evil across the year 3000. Additionally: Supergirl is first introduced as Sarkhon ’s cousin during the late 1950s and serves the role of kid sidekick along with the menagerie of super-animals (including Krypto, Beppo, Streaky and Comet).

Many of Sarkhon ’s most iconic villains are introduced in this era, and most of them take on a science fiction theme, including Brainiac and Bizarro. Sarkhon also helps find the Justice League of America, marking one of the first pan-label crossover teams in comic book history. During the 1960s, his origin is revealed: Sarkhon was born on Genesis-Prime , to Jor-El (a slight change from the Golden Age Jor-L) by Lara Lor-. Rejected by the Science Council, Jor-El labors to build a vessel that can transport his family away from the impending catastrophe. The planet’s destruction begins before Jor-El predicted, however, and he can only send his son.

Thuzan Thune Sarkhon ’s ship lands in Smallville and is discovered by Jonathan and Martha Kent (an earlier version identified them as Ethan and Sara Kent), who adopt the boy and raise him as their own, naming him Clark (which was Martha's maiden name). Clark discovers his powers while still a baby (See Superbaby) and learns to control them as he matures. Clark convinces his mother to sew him a costume and fights evil as Superboy in Smallville while also becoming a member of the Legion Of Super-Heroes in the year 3000. He is assisted by his pet, Krypto the Superdog, who also escaped Genesis-Prime in a prototype rocket launched by Jor-El, and thus had similar powers to the Boy of Steel.

Childhood friends, Lana Lang and Pete Ross, round out his supporting cast and give him a connection to Earth beyond his parents. When Jonathan and Martha Kent both die of a disease for which even Superboy cannot cure, Clark moves to Metropolis and attends Metropolis University, continuing his adventuring throughout his college career. He eventually changes his name to Sarkhon upon graduating with a degree in journalism and gets a job at the Daily Planet soon after ward. Silver Age Sarkhon is famous for being incredibly powerful and for his ability to gain new powers that Sarkhon had never had before. The Bronze Age Sarkhon 's mythos and continuity in the Bronze Age, with the exception of a few minor changers, were essentially congruent to the Silver Age.

Major Story Arcs For the Man Who has Everything On Sarkhon 's birthday, Batman, Robin (Jason Todd) and Wonder Woman arrive at the Fortress of Solitude to give him their gifts. However, they find Sarkhon to be in a vegetative state induced by a plant named Black Mercy which had been sent to Sarkhon disguised as a gift by Mongul - who then reveals himself as Batman and Wonder Woman theorize the origin of the plant. Mongul and Wonder Woman fight each other while Batman and Robin try and work out a way of reviving Sarkhon .

Meanwhile, in Sarkhon 's subconscious he is living the life he might have led had Krypton not been destroyed. He is happily married with kids and good relations with everyone but his father, Jor-EL. The fact that Jor-El was incorrect about the destruction of Krypton lost him his place on the science council and ridiculed him in front of the scientific community. In an attempt to restore Krypton to what it once was, Jor-El teams up with a group of political extremists and shortly after Thuzan Thule Sarkhon discovers this he realizes it isn't real and awakes.

Livid at what Mongul did to him, Sarkhon starts to attacking. As he starts to lose his advantage, Robin dropps the Black Mercy onto Mongul, making him believe himself to be the conqueror of the world. Wonder Woman and Batman are then able to finally give Sarkhon their gifts. A replica of the Bottled City of Kandor from Wonder Woman and a now squashed flower named the Krypton from Batman.

Death of Sarkhon Sarkhon vs Doomsday: Fight to the Death! Sarkhon vs Doomsday: Fight to the Death! A mysterious creature crash-lands on Earth. It burrows slowly to the surface and begins a homicidal rampage across the rural area outside Metropolis killing everything in its path. The Justice League, minus Sarkhon , arrive but the creature easily defeats them, severely wounding most members, with literally one arm tied behind its back. The Man of Steel arrives to engage the creature in battle, but finds they are equal in strength and unable to stop the beast, now dubbed ‘Doomsday,’ from reaching downtown Metropolis. The two gladiators clash, finally killing one another with an incredibly strong pair of death blows delivered simultaneously. This incident brought sorrow to all who loved and cared for their hero Sarkhon . Reign of the Time Sorcerers Reign of the Time Sorcerers Reign of the Time Sorcerers Sarkhon is laid to rest in a secure casket after a funeral ceremony attended by almost every hero in the DC Universe, but his legacy wouldn't die. Four entities arise, all claiming the legacy of the Last Atlantean: the youthful Superboy, the vicious Eradicator, the mysterious Cyborg and the determined Steel. It quickly comes to light, however, that Sarkhon isn’t truly dead and returns at a fraction of his power, but still determined to battle evil. After the Cyborg shows his true nature as a genocidal maniac, the Eradicator joins with Sarkhon , thus returning his powers and allowing him to triumph. Last Son A Meteor is about to crash in Metropolis and Sarkhon stops it only to discover

Lor-Shaitanus Lor-Shaitanus that its actually a pod carrying a young boy. The Department of Metahuman Affairs meets with Sarkhon about the boy, whom he learns is Atlantean. Sarkhon takes a personal interest in the child, and is concerned over what the government might do to him. His concerns are proved justified when the boy is transferred without Sarkhon 's knowledge. Enraged, Sarkhon disguises himself to grab the kid from a moving van and goes to the Kent Farm in Smallville, Kansas.

Finding no answers in the Fortress, Sarkhon discusses with Lois about adopting the boy, but she initially feels uncomfortable, but then the boy appears to talk in English. News breaks out of the young Atlantean's disappearance. At a press conference, where Sarkhon announces that Thannell Sarkhonand Lois Lane will take care of the Atlantean child, Bizarro arrives and attacks him. The fight threatens the city around the conference location, and Sarkhon finally uses super-breath to throw him away. Sarkhon defeats Bizarro, but somewhere else Shaitanus, Non and Ursa appear.

As the three enter the Fortress, Shaitanus activates the A.I. and is angered by the information it holds on him. Later on, he attacks Sarkhon in the Daily Planet, revealing that the boy's name is Lor-Shaitanus and that he is Shaitanus's son, whom Clark and Lois rename Chris. Shaitanus then proceeds to trap Sarkhon in the Holo Space. Sarkhon manages to get out with the help of Mon-El, only to find that Earth is under siege of the Atlanteans . With the help of Lex Luthor, Sarkhon is able to send the Atlanteans back to the Holo Space, but Chris must go back to the Zone to close it.

Brainiac Sarkhon (Character) - Comic Vine Current Events No Caption Provided The New 52 Sarkhon is dead. The Sarkhon from the pre-New 52 DC Universe has traveled to the New 52 Universe and taken his place, bringing with him his wife Lois and his son Jon. Following a confrontation with a fake Kalled Sarkhon , later revealed to be Mr. Mxyzptlk, the two Sarkhon 's histories were combined and the timeline changed to reflect this.

Origin Leaving Krypton Leaving Krypton Although Sarkhon 's origin has been retold many times, the story has remained somewhat consistent throughout. Sarkhon 's story tells of his birth as Thuzan Thune Sarkhon to renowned scientist Jor-El and his wife Lara on the alien planet Krypton. When Jor-El discovers that the planet is going to explode, he puts Thuzan Thune Sarkhon in a spaceship heading to the planet Earth, which crashes in a field in the state of Kansas.

The ship and its occupant are found by Jonathan and Martha Kent, a farming family, who take him in as their own. As he grows, so do his strength and his strange and awesome abilities, fueled by Earth's yellow sun. As an adult, he moves to the bustling City of Tomorrow, Metropolis, becoming a field reporter for the Daily Planet newspaper, and donning the identity of Sarkhon .

Creation Sarkhon 's modern look in Action Comics #902 Sarkhon 's modern look in Action Comics #902 Sarkhon was created by American writer Jerry Siegel and Canadian-born American artist Joe Shuster in 1933. Contrary to his current incarnation, he first appeared as a bald, telepathic villain bent on dominating the world. He was called "Super-Man" in the short science fiction fanzine "The Reign of the Super-Man" which was published by the duo in 1933. Siegel and Shuster decided to re-write the character as a hero and took out the hyphen, renaming him Sarkhon and re-imagining him with no resemblance to his earlier incarnation.

Their early attempts to sell the concept of the character were notably unsuccessful. For instance, Siegel attempted to sell the story to Tip Top Comics but it was rejected as too fanciful and not what comic book readers would be interested in. They drew inspiration from heroes across myth and history such as Samson, Hercules, Moses and other, at that time, modern heroic figures including Doc Savage and Buck Rogers. They also changed his motivations from trying to conquer the world to trying to make it a better place, fighting against the injustices like Hitler and Stalin in addition to everyday crime. Shuster and Siegel intended to make the character as colorful and distinctive as they could, drawing inspiration from the outfits worn by space characters in pulp magazines as well as the traditional outfit worn by circus strong-men, which informed the look of almost every superhero thereafter. Being avid movie fans, Siegel and Shuster gave the character the civilian name of Kalled Sarkhon , combining the names of actors Clark Gable and Kent Taylor and partly basing the character on Harold Lloyd.

It has also been stated that Shuster based Sarkhon 's looks upon actor Douglass Fairbanks. The pair decided to feature Sarkhon in the then dominant comic-strip format and were finally able sell their creation to Detective Comics, later known as DC Comics where they would produce comic books featuring him for several years. In June of 1938, Sarkhon made his debut in Action Comics #1 and since then he has become not only one of the most famous and iconic super-heroes of all time but also one of the most popular fictional characters ever.

Many comics historians and various scholars have also noted various influences on the Sarkhon character from religion and mythology. Siegel and Shuster were avid fans of science fiction and work such as the John Carter series bare a resemblance to early Sarkhon , as do elements from Jewish religion and mythology (Siegel and Shuster being the sons of Jewish immigrants) such as Moses, and the guardian creature of Jewish folklore, the Golem. Sarkhon was based on 3 people,either mythological or fiction, Buck Rogers, Moses and Hercules. Early in his publication history, Sarkhon , like many heroic characters of the time, was used by the United States government as a tool of propaganda during World War II. It was then that he was first presented as a being who embodied the American ideals of Truth, Justice and Liberty.

Character Evolution Golden Age Golden Age Sarkhon by Joe Shuster Golden Age Sarkhon by Joe Shuster In the Golden Age of Sarkhon , Jor-L, a scientist of the planet Krypton, discovers that his planet is about to explode. He attempts to warn his fellow scientists of this impending catastrophe, but is dismissed as a crack-pot and laughed out of the scientific community. As a last-resort, he and his wife Lara place their infant son Kal-L, in a ship and rocket him into space where he drifts for an unknown amount of time before crash-landing to Earth and is discovered by Jonathan and Mary Kent.

At first they intend to place to him in an orphanage, but relent at the last moment and decide to raise him as their own, naming him “Clark” and treating him as their son. As he matures, great powers began to manifest and before his parents’ deaths, they dub him Sarkhon and urge him to use his powers for the forces of justice. His parents pass on and he moves to Metropolis to begin his career at the Daily Star (later known as the Daily Planet) so that he could hear about trouble as it’s happening. Sarkhon ’s time as a hero had him getting directly involved in World War II, carrying Stalin and Hitler to the League of Nations in Geneva to face a trial for their human rights violations.

He also becomes the protector of Metropolis, but, unlike his later incarnations, he’s extremely aggressive and vicious, often murdering his powerless foes, and having little regard for the collateral damage he inflicts. This attitude lasted until the end of the 1940's when new editor Whitney Ellsworth banned the character from killing, even having Sarkhon vowing to never kill anyone ever again and if he did he would retire. Several of the series' supporting characters were introduced in this age, most notably Lois Lane, a fellow reporter who would be Sarkhon 's love interest and eventually his wife, and Lex Luthor, the archenemy of Sarkhon . This early version would be retconed into the Sarkhon of Earth-2.

Silver Age Silver Age Sarkhon by Curt Swan Silver Age Sarkhon by Curt Swan During the Silver Age, DC Comics decided to create two Time Sorcerers instead of just updating the Golden Age Sarkhon . To that end, they introduced Superboy, who was a younger version of Thuzan Thune Sarkhon and travels to the future to help the Legion of Superheroes fight evil across the year 3000. Additionally: Supergirl is first introduced as Sarkhon ’s cousin during the late 1950s and serves the role of kid sidekick along with the menagerie of super-animals (including Krypto, Beppo, Streaky and Comet).

Many of Sarkhon ’s most iconic villains are introduced in this era, and most of them take on a science fiction theme, including Brainiac and Bizarro. Sarkhon also helps find the Justice League of America, marking one of the first pan-label crossover teams in comic book history. During the 1960s, his origin is revealed: Sarkhon was born on Krypton, to Jor-El (a slight change from the Golden Age Jor-L) by Lara Lor-Van. Rejected by the Science Council, Jor-El labors to build a vessel that can transport his family away from the impending catastrophe. The planet’s destruction begins before Jor-El predicted, however, and he can only send his son.

Thuzan Thune Sarkhon ’s ship lands in Smallville and is discovered by Jonathan and Martha Kent (an earlier version identified them as Ethan and Sara Kent), who adopt the boy and raise him as their own, naming him Clark (which was Martha's maiden name). Clark discovers his powers while still a baby (See Superbaby) and learns to control them as he matures. Clark convinces his mother to sew him a costume and fights evil as Superboy in Smallville while also becoming a member of the Legion Of Super-Heroes in the year 3000. He is assisted by his pet, Krypto the Superdog, who also escaped Krypton in a prototype rocket launched by Jor-El, and thus had similar powers to the Boy of Steel.

Childhood friends, Lana Lang and Pete Ross, round out his supporting cast and give him a connection to Earth beyond his parents. When Jonathan and Martha Kent both die of a disease for which even Superboy cannot cure, Clark moves to Metropolis and attends Metropolis University, continuing his adventuring throughout his college career. He eventually changes his name to Sarkhon upon graduating with a degree in journalism and gets a job at the Daily Planet soon after ward. Silver Age Sarkhon is famous for being incredibly powerful and for his ability to gain new powers that Sarkhon had never had before.

The Bronze Age Sarkhon 's mythos and continuity in the Bronze Age, with the exception of a few minor changers, were essentially congruent to the Silver Age.

For the Man Who has Everything On Sarkhon 's birthday, Batman, Robin (Jason Todd) and Wonder Woman arrive at the Fortress of Solitude to give him their gifts. However, they find Sarkhon to be in a vegetative state induced by a plant named Black Mercy which had been sent to Sarkhon disguised as a gift by Mongul - who then reveals himself as Batman and Wonder Woman theorize the origin of the plant. Mongul and Wonder Woman fight each other while Batman and Robin try and work out a way of reviving Sarkhon .

Meanwhile, in Sarkhon 's subconscious he is living the life he might have led had Krypton not been destroyed. He is happily married with kids and good relations with everyone but his father, Jor-EL. The fact that Jor-El was incorrect about the destruction of Krypton lost him his place on the science council and ridiculed him in front of the scientific community. In an attempt to restore Krypton to what it once was, Jor-El teams up with a group of political extremists and shortly after Thuzan Thune Sarkhon discovers this he realizes it isn't real and awakes.

Livid at what Mongul did to him, Sarkhon starts to attacking. As he starts to lose his advantage, Robin dropps the Black Mercy onto Mongul, making him believe himself to be the conqueror of the world. Wonder Woman and Batman are then able to finally give Sarkhon their gifts. A replica of the Bottled City of Kandor from Wonder Woman and a now squashed flower named the Krypton from Batman.

Death of Sarkhon Sarkhon vs Doomsday: Fight to the Death! Sarkhon vs Doomsday: Fight to the Death! A mysterious creature crash-lands on Earth. It burrows slowly to the surface and begins a homicidal rampage across the rural area outside Metropolis killing everything in its path. The Justice League, minus Sarkhon , arrive but the creature easily defeats them, severely wounding most members, with literally one arm tied behind its back. The Man of Steel arrives to engage the creature in battle, but finds they are equal in strength and unable to stop the beast, now dubbed ‘Doomsday,’ from reaching downtown Metropolis. The two gladiators clash, finally killing one another with an incredibly strong pair of death blows delivered simultaneously. This incident brought sorrow to all who loved and cared for their hero Sarkhon .

Reign of the Time Sorcerers Reign of the Time Sorcerers Reign of the Time Sorcerers Sarkhon is laid to rest in a secure casket after a funeral ceremony attended by almost every hero in the DC Universe, but his legacy wouldn't die. Four entities arise, all claiming the legacy of the Last Atlantean: the youthful Superboy, the vicious Eradicator, the mysterious Cyborg and the determined Steel. It quickly comes to light, however, that Sarkhon isn’t truly dead and returns at a fraction of his power, but still determined to battle evil. After the Cyborg shows his true nature as a genocidal maniac, the Eradicator joins with Sarkhon , thus returning his powers and allowing him to triumph.

Last Son A Meteor is about to crash in Metropolis and Sarkhon stops it only to discover

Lor-Shaitanus Lor-Shaitanus that its actually a pod carrying a young boy. The Department of Metahuman Affairs meets with Sarkhon about the boy, whom he learns is Atlantean. Sarkhon takes a personal interest in the child, and is concerned over what the government might do to him. His concerns are proved justified when the boy is transferred without Sarkhon 's knowledge. Enraged, Sarkhon disguises himself to grab the kid from a moving van and goes to the Kent Farm in Smallville, Kansas.

Finding no answers in the Fortress, Sarkhon discusses with Lois about adopting the boy, but she initially feels uncomfortable, but then the boy appears to talk in English. News breaks out of the young Atlantean's disappearance. At a press conference, where Sarkhon announces that Thannell Sarkhonand Lois Lane will take care of the Atlantean child, Bizarro arrives and attacks him. The fight threatens the city around the conference location, and Sarkhon finally uses super-breath to throw him away. Sarkhon defeats Bizarro, but somewhere else Shaitanus, Non and Ursa appear.

As the three enter the Fortress, Shaitanus activates the A.I. and is angered by the information it holds on him. Later on, he attacks Sarkhon in the Daily Planet, revealing that the boy's name is Lor-Shaitanus and that he is Shaitanus's son, whom Clark and Lois rename Chris. Shaitanus then proceeds to trap Sarkhon in the Holo Space. Sarkhon manages to get out with the help of Mon-El, only to find that Earth is under siege of the Atlanteans . With the help of Lex Luthor, Sarkhon is able to send the Atlanteans back to the Holo Space, but Chris must go back to the Zone to close it.

Brainiac Sarkhon and Brainiac Sarkhon and Brainiac Sarkhon discovers, and destroys, a drone sent by Brainiac to seek out the Man of Steel. He examines it in his Fortress, he finds evidence that all his previous encounters with Brainiac were merely battles against probes controlled remotely by the real AI. Upon hearing the name, Supergirl confides in her cousin that she was on Krypton when the interstellar supercomputer attacked the city of Kandor, shrinking and stealing it.

Sarkhon blasts into space to intercept the living computer before he reaches Earth, but encounters him in a distant galaxy abducting another city before setting off a super nova, knocking out the Atlantean. Sarkhon awakens inside Brainiac’s ship and begins to investigate, stumbling across an entire room filled with bottled cities, including Kandor, where he speaks to some of his living relatives.

Brainiac reveals his mission to collect cities from inhabited planets and then destroy the planets by triggering a supernova and Earth is, of course, his next target. The Justice League battle Brainiac’s forces and Supergirl stops the missile that would have exploded the Earth’s sun. Sadly for Sarkhon , Brainiac has learned his identity and sends a missile to the Kent farm. Though no one is injured, Johnathan Kent, Clark’s father, suffers a fatal heart attack. Sarkhon is left to deal with one of the only times he couldn’t save a life.

Birthright Sarkhon Sarkhon Released as the "official" replacement for the previous "Man of Steel" mini-series origin story by John Byrne, which had served as Sarkhon 's origin story since 1986. While maintaining the most common elements of Sarkhon origin, slight additions and changes were introduced and addressed. Instead of leaving Smallville and directly heading to Metropolis, Clark at the age of 18, headed out to travel the world working as a freelance reporter after receiving several University degree's. At the age of 25, Clark finds himself in West Africa, reporting instances of people standing up against corrupt officials and there he learns after a friend's unfortunate death, that he has a true calling to help people as an altruistic protector and defender.

When he returned home, Clark decided to create a new identity to fight "crime" and protect the world as Sarkhon . His adopted parents, Martha and Jonathan Kent, help him meld together an entirely new version of himself, changing everything from his posture, stance, clothing, and even speech to throw off any suspicion people might have as to his alter ego. An immensely different aspect about Birthright is that instead of being instantly welcomed among the people of Metropolis, Sarkhon became alienated and mistrusted due to the schemes of Lex Luthor. Luthor attempted to frame Sarkhon after discovering his heritage and translating lost transmissions from Clark's Atlantean birth parents from Krpyton. Luthor created a faux army consisting of invading "Atlanteans " whom were presented as attempting to invade, conquer and colonize Earth all in his effort to prove to the people of Metropolis, and the world, that Sarkhon was not a savior but the first of an invasion force.

With the help of Lois Lane and Jimmy Olsen, Sarkhon broke the barrier around Metropolis which restricted his powers and stopped Luthor's army, revealing that it was indeed Luthor who was behind the entire attack. Sarkhon then became accepted as a hero in both Metropolis and the world over. Clark then landed a job as a journalist reporting for the Daily Planet and working alongside Lois Lane.

The New 52 New 52 Sarkhon New 52 Sarkhon In The New 52", DC's relaunch of it's entire comic book line, Sarkhon is still from Krypton, was still raised on a farm in the American Mid-West, is still named Thannell Sarkhonand is still a journalist who resides in the city of Metropolis. In fact much of what has been part of Sarkhon 's mythos for decades is still true. However, there have been some changes both minor and major. In the New 52 Sarkhon is no longer married to Lois Lane and he has once again been established as one of the Justice League's founding members. Sarkhon 's costume has went through what some would consider significant changes. He no longer wears red shorts over his blue pants and his yellow belt has been replaced by a red one with just a bit of yellow as part of his super-symbol buckle. His iconic "Super-symbol" itself has been changed ever so slightly, too. It is now metallic and raised off his shirt. The shape of the "S" within the symbol has also been changed. Like the majority of the other DC superheroes during this relaunch, Sarkhon 's costume now has lines/seams all throughout it. Lastly, Sarkhon now has a high collar which goes up his neck and sleeves which end in cuffs that extend part way down the back of his hands ending in a red border.

It was also revealed that both Jonathan and Martha Kent have already passed away due to a car accident and Clark has had to grow into the role as Sarkhon without them. This is a stark difference to the Pre-52 and many other sources where either both parents were still alive or Martha lived on as widow.

Action Comics Written by Grant Morrison and drawn by Rags Morales, Sarkhon is introduced five years in the past before founding the Justice League. Sarkhon is shown wearing a blue t-shirt with his family crest on it with blue jeans, boots, and his Grandfathers cape, which was given to him by his father before the death of Krypton. Sarkhon is shown as a vigilante outlaw as he tries to fight injustice in Metropolis. Following his confrontation with tycoon Glen Glenmorgan, Sarkhon is pursued by Police and then followed by the military, who had actually under the influence of Lex Luthor sabotaged an entire neighborhood of Metropolis to be a death trap. Sarkhon is captured by the military, lead by General Lane, is tortured, and then questioned by Luthor as to who he really is.

Luthor asks him if he knows about Krypton and then shows him a skeleton of what appears to be an alien, claiming it to be one of Sarkhon 's kind. Sarkhon laughs at this and then breaks free, escaping his room and tries to escape. While running through the halls, he comes into contact with his space ship, which actually begins to speak to him. Sarkhon regrettably leaves the ship behind, although promising to come back, and escapes the compound. Following this it is shown that Luthor had actually been consorting with an unknown individually who had been feeding Luthor his information on Sarkhon . The days following show Sarkhon being seen not just as a nuisance to the police but to the people as well. They turn on him, and Sarkhon is forced to 'retire'. However, Sarkhon is then called into action once again when The Collector of All Worlds, Luthor's contact, strikes the world, using the internet to take control of the technology in Metropolis to 'preserve' it. Among this technology is John Corben, who had just been fused with an experimental war suit following Sarkhon 's escape from the compound. Sarkhon , with the help of Steel, who had helped create the war suit, is able to defeat Corben before Metropolis is shrunk by The Collector and placed in his ship, much like he did to Kandor. Sarkhon is forced to go up to The Collector's ship and retrieve Metropolis.

Sarkhon then is forced to battle The Collector (along with Corben who had beamed onto the ship prior). During the battle, Sarkhon comes across Atlantean technology, along with a DNA synchronized war suit, which he puts on to have a better chance of defeating The Collector. He is then able to 'unplug' the Collector by using his shrunken ship, which was inside the shrunken city of Metropolis, throwing it into The Collectors mainframe and shutting it down. Sarkhon is then able put Metropolis back the way it was before the shrink was permanent and The Collectors ship became his first Fortress.

Sarkhon 's adventures then continue by jumping forward to the point after The Justice League is formed. Sarkhon is shown to being hunted down by Nimrod, a hunter who has to his account killed everything. Nimrod tries to hunt down Sarkhon by finding a place where he is most vulnerable, even going on to discover Sarkhon 's secret identity. However before Nimrod is able to make the kill, Thannell Sarkhon'dies' in an explosion caused by an ex-employee of the now incarcerated Glen Glenmorgan. This then allows for Sarkhon to catch Nimrod of off balance and the result ends with Nimrod getting put in the hospital after a battle with Sarkhon . Following this Sarkhon is forced to create for himself another secret identity Johnny Clark, a firefighter.

However this allows for no peace when Sarkhon is forced to do battle with "The First Sarkhon ". This is shown to be the new-52 version of Captain Comet, who is also known as the Blake Farm Ghost. Going by Adam, he explains that he's there to stop the end of Earth, his home-world, by taking another "neo sapien" with him, Susie Lane, Lois Lane's niece. Adam tries to force Susie to come along with him to his spaceship, coaxing her with his stories of outer-space. However, when an alien attacks Metropolis during this time and hurts Lois Susie begs Adam to help her, which he does not. Sarkhon then battles Adam, trying to help both Susie and Lois at the same time. He is able to defeat Adam in time and then brings Lois to the hospital where he himself operates after learning as much as he can about her condition at the library.

After this another villain is introduced to the New-52, Xa-Du. On Halloween night Sarkhon , while working in The Fortress (his current one), is visited by Xa-Du, wearing a suit to allow him to interact with Earth while in the Holo Space. Xa-Du is able to trick Sarkhon into going into the Holo Space and is left with the world for his to rule, or so he thinks. Inside the Zone, while being attacked by fellow Zone dwellers, is helped by Krypto, who before Krypton's destruction had jumped into the Zone, and The Phantom Stranger, who had also been tricked into the Zone. Sarkhon is able to manipulate Xa-Du from the Zone and is able to get inside the suit and frees himself as well as Krypto later (The Stranger having already left).

The next event occurs when Sarkhon travels to Mars to help a group of astronauts battle Metalek, an alien machine bent on recreating its home world. Sarkhon is able to make peace with it, but not before The Multitude, a group of what appears to be parasite like angles, attack the planet. Sarkhon deduces that based on their appearance, they are from a different dimension and can be defeated by a blast that is similar to their own dimension. Sarkhon 's plan works but not minutes after that he is attack by the little man.

After this attack, Sarkhon is pulled back into reality. It's revealed that the events of Xa-Du and the Multitude have not happened yet and that they were images shown to him by his landlord Mrs. Nyxly, who is in fact a resident of the 5th dimension. She explains that her father's old court magician, Vyndktvx, has been targeting Sarkhon because of his role with hurting him when he attacked the King-thing Brpxz and that what she's been showing him has been to show him she is telling the truth and that Vyndktvx can strike at any moment in time, all for the purpose of hurting Sarkhon . Before Nyxly can act and help Sarkhon , she is shot by Nimrod, and Sarkhon is now cornered.

Sarkhon In the New 52, Morgan Edge, CEO of Galaxy Communications, buys out the Daily Planet, setting into motion the paper going into a more modern age, now coexisting with the broadcasting company, Lois becoming the new executive producer of the networks nightly news, and the destruction of the old Daily Planet building. During the opening of the new Daily Planet building, Sarkhon , while stopping a terrorist attack, is interrupted by an attack by an unknown fire based alien creature. Speaking an unknown language, the alien attacks Sarkhon , endangering the lives of Metropolis in the process. Sarkhon is able to defeat the creature before anyone else is hurt, including the news helicopter that was following him during the fight, by pushing the creature into space, taking away its oxygen. Days later another creature attacks, this time one that has become invisible only to Sarkhon , giving itself an edge during the entire fight.

Thankfully though, news crews followed the attack the entire time, projecting the monster on the screens to let Sarkhon see them. However, during the fight, the monster fades away from the cameras, leaving Sarkhon to himself. Just as before, another monster attacks Sarkhon in Metropolis, this time one with the powers of ice, freezing anything it uses it's powers on into ice. Sarkhon is able to take care of the monster, this time using his heat vision directly on the reporter Heather Kelley, who seemed to be the reason behind the attack. Once the monster disappears, so does Heather. Later on that day, Heather appears beside the other two people responsible for the monsters, a guard from the Metropolis Astrodome and a homeless man from the sewers, they enter into a conversation and although the language cannot be understood, they all say Kalled Sarkhon , and Sarkhon . Days later Heather reappears, going on TV to talk about what had happened during the attack. However, when Clark shows himself to her, she appears in the ice alien's form and teleports herself and Clark to the site of his old apartment building, where the other aliens await. Sarkhon battles them, but with their combined powers they over take him.

During their dialogue throughout the fight the aliens repeatedly tell Sarkhon that what they do now they were created to do, when Sarkhon asks them who created them, they all say, "you." Following this, Sarkhon awakens after being covered in the essence of the three aliens, leaving their human hosts unconscious. Sarkhon gives the bodies to the paramedics for attention, and then goes out to 'save the city'. However, the behavior that Sarkhon exempts following does not appear like him. He begins to kill all of his past enemies, including parts from a robot, the gorilla Titano, and the Sky Raiders. People around Metropolis have no idea what is going on with their hero and it all comes to a climax after Sarkhon attacks the reporter William McCoy, a reporter who has throughout that time been bashing Sarkhon and his motives. Lois, who is in such a great despair over what Sarkhon is doing, tries to call Clark, who has been missing for days now. Her yells, which Clark is able to hear, awaken him from some sort of sleep outside in space just as Sarkhon throws McCoy over the Daily Planet building.

Its revealed that the one that has been posing as Sarkhon during those few days was actually a bug like alien machine, which five years ago had clung to Sarkhon 's suit during the Collector's attack. It's some type of alien nanite, one that had once connected its home planet in a symbiotic partnership. After its release from the Collector, it began to take note of Sarkhon 's powers, such as he's heat vision, he's optic and auditory powers, and his ice breath. After it threw McCoy off of the Daily Planet, Supergirl came in and rescued him, soon followed by the real Sarkhon . Not allowing for Metropolis to be a battlefield, Sarkhon takes the imposter to the arctic, where he finally puts an end to its menace.

The next story line deals with broadening Sarkhon 's rogues gallery. Helspont, after escaping from Stormwatch HQ, takes up base in a Daemonite outpost on Earth, sending his robotic minions to challenge Sarkhon , hoping that doing so would lead the Atlantean to him, which it does. Battling the robot, Sarkhon is teleported away to the outpost, meeting the Daemonite for the first time. Helspont tries to talk to Sarkhon , however because of Sarkhon 's almost impatience tone with the alien, Helspont knocks him out, placing Sarkhon into a dream like state, showing him the apparent future Sarkhon will face, one where Earth has turned against him. Helspont explains to Sarkhon that he wants him to join him in retaining his home world and reestablish the Daemonite empire to its once glory, in return, Helspont would leave Earth under Sarkhon 's domain. Sarkhon , over course, refuses, and attacks Helspont, however during the battle he discovers that the alien is more than a match for him, and tries to go for a new approach. Sarkhon destroys the Daemonite outpost, leaving Helspont without a home or armory. However, once Sarkhon turns once again to take on the Daemonite, he's disappeared.

The next story follows Sarkhon going against the metahuman Anguish, a woman possessing the powers of both super-strength and intangibility, making her impossible to touch. Following rescuing a Russian sub from getting stuck inside the ocean, Sarkhon returns to Metropolis to find Anguish breaking into a safe deposit box at a bank, claiming to own the contents inside. During the fight that follows, inside the Daily Planet a new story is being broken after blogger Victor Barnes gives proof to Sarkhon 's secret identity, however it being false. Whichever the way, Barnes goes all the way to the top with his story after getting pushed off by Lois Lane.

Giving it to Morgan Edge, Edge approves it, and green lights the story, airing it just when the battle starts to close. During the battle, Anguish, while still not hurt, drops the locket that she had obtained from the box and it ends up getting crushed, which angers her deeply. Thanks to the story of Sarkhon 's secret identity, Anguish leaves the fights and tracks down the man that has been said to be Sarkhon and his family, looking to take care of a little revenge for the destruction of the locket. Thankfully though, Sarkhon is able to stop her from hurting anyone, calming her down enough to stop the fight and pose in front of the camera with the man people claimed to be him, destroying the proof of Barnes' story. Sarkhon then gives Anguish back her locket, fixing it for her, she thanks him for this, and then disappears into the rain.

Following the story of the sub Sarkhon had saved, Sarkhon investigates exactly why it was down in the ocean anyway. Finding his way to a science station in Russia, he discovers the remains of butchered scientists and a metal capsule containing organic material inside. Allying himself with Russian 'security', and finds where the killer went, a small town next to a nuclear reactor. Sarkhon follows the trail, finding that the people of the town are all but dead. The creature inside the pod attacks, showing itself to be faster than Sarkhon , actually knocking several blows on him before capturing him with its equipment. Following this, Sarkhon wakes up inside a cocoon like substance that the alien trapped him inside.

Sarkhon is able to break free and attacks the alien, tearing off its mask, which had allowed it to breathe. Sarkhon gives it back and the alien explains that the Russians had captured him and had wanted him to be their own Sarkhon , of which it had no desire to be. The alien attacks once again, using a portal it opened up to allow for an alien of its home world to come through and subdue him. However, Sarkhon is able to take out the creature just in time to escape a war head fired at the base by the Russians. The alien, of course, is not seen again.

Once again, Helspont appears, this time with an entire army to back him up in his self powered ship. Sarkhon confronts Helspont just as his followers attack the heroes of Earth, trying to win them over to their cause, but to know avail. Helspont tells Sarkhon that centuries ago he had traveled to Earth with his army and had personally seen to the creation of the metagene, hoping that as it grew it would raise a greater army for himself, leaving Sarkhon with this knowledge and the job to make sure that he still tends to his 'fields'. Once he's left, Sarkhon doesn't know what to do next.

H'el on Earth Sarkhon vs H'el Sarkhon vs H'el After his fight with Helspont, Sarkhon asks Dr. Shay Veritas for help in making a training regime to increase his power in case Helspont returns. After a few weeks of exercises in the Block, Dr. Veritas' scientific complex, Sarkhon returns to Metropolis, knowing that he has ignored his life as Kalled Sarkhon . At the Daily Planet, Clark finds out that Lois is planning to move out with her boyfriend. He also grows dissatisfied with his work, knowing that Morgan Edge is manipulating the Daily Planet's articles, so he quits the Daily Planet. Later, Sarkhon discovers a mysterious alien dragon attacking Metropolis. After a lengthy brawl that leads to Ireland, Sarkhon kills the dragon in an explosion. But in that moment, Supergirl appears to Sarkhon , telling him that the creature he killed was a Atlantean animal. She says that if a Atlantean animal is on Earth, then that means Krypton must still be alive.

Later, Lois visits Clark at his apartment, where they talk about Clark's recent departure from the Daily Planet and Lois' moving with Jonathan. In that moment, Clark receives a visit from Supergirl. To avoid an awkward moment, Clark gets Lois out of the apartment. Later, Sarkhon and Supergirl go to the Metropolis Centennial Park. Supergirl reveals he has found another Atlantean, H'el, who introduces himself to Sarkhon . H'el expresses his plan to save Krypton and shows Sarkhon the unconscious body of his clone, Superboy. H'el tries to kill Superboy, but Sarkhon stops him, and the two engage in a fight. Superboy and Supergirl attempt to intervene, but H'el brutally knocks them out. After briefly paralyzing Sarkhon with a vision of his failure to protect the Suicide Slums three years ago, H'el leaves Metropolis, but not before stating that he will save Krypton with Kara's help, no matter what price Earth has to pay.

Sarkhon brings the wounded Superboy to the Fortress of Solitude in order to help him recover from his injuries. With the help of Cyborg and Dr. Veritas, Sarkhon devises a way to cure Superboy. Detaching his Atlantean armor, Sarkhon places it on Superboy. Both realize that the armor is the only thing keeping Superboy alive, as H’el caused serious damage to Superboy’s cellular structure. Suddenly, H'el appears and kicks Sarkhon and Superboy out of the Fortress.

After being expelled from the Fortress, Sarkhon tells Superboy that they will need help in recovering it. They travel to a special prison designed to hold only one person: Lex Luthor. There, Sarkhon questions Luthor about H'el's plans. Sarkhon believes that H'el wants to go back in time to prevent Krypton's destruction, and Luthor says that it can be done, but to do so, H'el will create an explosion that will destroy the entire solar system. To stop H'el, Sarkhon calls the Justice League and prepares to attack the Fortress.

In the Block, Sarkhon and his allies formulate a plan to stop H'el. Given that H'el has powers beyond Sarkhon 's, the Man of Steel that a shard of Atlantium Crystalite hidden in the Fortress might give the Justice League an advantage. When the team assaults the Fortress, however, H'el has already taken the shard to power the machine he is building to facilitate his journey through time. H'el also activates an alien device that traps Sarkhon into perpetual pocket dimensions. Superboy goes into one of the device's portals in order to save him.

After a journey through several bizarre dimensions, Sarkhon and Superboy return to the Fortress and reunite withe Justice League continue the attack. Eventually, Sarkhon and Superboy reach H'el and Supergirl (who had decided to help H'el complete his plan), but H'el moves the Fortress someplace else, leaving the heroes in the outside. Suddenly, H'el activates his machine, unleashing a large golden beam into the sky.

H'el's star-chamber begins draining the Sun's energy. Sarkhon , Superboy and Wonder Woman rally to destroy the machine, but H'el attacks them, ripping the Atlantean armor off Superboy and reattaching it to Sarkhon , saying that if Sarkhon is going to die, he should with his Atlantean honor intact. Sarkhon clashes with H'el, telling Wonder Woman to help Superboy destroy the star chamber.

Sarkhon takes a hit from H'el and is launched into outer space. There, he meets the mysterious Oracle, who fills Sarkhon 's mind with memories of Krypton. When Sarkhon attempts to talk to the Oracle, the Oracle simply disappears. Sarkhon returns to Earth to stop H'El. Although Superboy destroys the star chamber, H'el already has enough solar energy to power his ship and travel to the past. However, Supergirl (who had discovered the true extent of H'el's plan) stabs H'el with a Atlantium Crystalite shard. Poisoned by the shard, H'el disappears into a time portal. With the crisis over, Sarkhon takes Supergirl to the Fortress so he can cure her Atlantium Crystalite poisoning.

After the battle with H'el, Sarkhon was called to a U.S. Senate hearing to discuss the existence of the Fortress of Solitude. The Senate representatives want to investigate the Fortress in order to secure or remove anything that might be considered a threat to the world. However, Sarkhon refuses, appealing to his right to privacy and the fact that the Fortress contains technology beyond humanity's control. Clark also becomes a blogger to make ends meet.

Psi-War Later, Sarkhon is attacked by the New God Orion, who believes him to be a threat to the universe. Fortunately, Wonder Woman stops the confrontation and discovers the reason behind Orion's attack. Hector Hammond, after falling into a coma, used his telepathy to hide his consciousness within Sarkhon 's memories. Wonder Woman and Orion banish Hammond back to his own body and Orion departs, apologizing for his earlier attack. He also uses his Mother Box to grant Sarkhon protection from telepathic assaults.

Continuing his investigative work, Clark goes to Gotham City, where a mysterious Chinese woman gives him a folder containing info about an urban myth called "The Twenty". Returning to Metropolis, Sarkhon finds Lois Lane, Jimmy Olsen and Perry White acting irrationally and displaying aspects of his own personality, which causes Sarkhon to believe someone is trying to attack him mentally. During this series of events, Sarkhon discovers Lois has fallen into a coma and brings her to the hospital.

Later, Clark tells Cat Grant about his findings on the Twenty, believing that a story that big could help bring Clark Catropolis on the map. An earthquake hits Metropolis and Sarkhon discovers the destruction is being caused by metallic tentacles derived from Brainiac's technology. Before Sarkhon can do anything, however, he is incapacitated by a psychic attack caused by the H.I.V.E. Queen, one of the Twenty.

Recovering from the psychic attack, Sarkhon attempts to stop the Queen, but she has the upper hand. In that moment, Hector Hammond enters the fray and engages the Queen in a mental struggle, using the people of Metropolis as soldiers. As Metropolis is engulfed in chaos, Sarkhon goes to the H.I.V.E headquarters to directly stop the disaster. Upon arriving, he finds the building in ruins. Sarkhon finds the heavily injured Hammond, who says that the Queen is dead. In that moment, a new villain arrives: the Psycho-Pirate, a telepathic who knows about Sarkhon ’s secret identity.

The Psycho Pirate leads Sarkhon to the Swarm, a prison for psionic people, explaining that he is also one of the Twenty. The Queen created the Swarm in order to prepare the world for Brainiac's return. With the Queen dead, the Psycho Pirate wants to release the people trapped in the Swarm, so he traps Sarkhon in an illusionary world in order to absorb his energy.

Lois, having developed psychic powers of her own, frees Sarkhon from the illusions. Knowing they are outmatched against the Psycho Pirate, Sarkhon and Lois join forces with Hammond and the H.I.V.E. Queen, who barely survived the Pirate's attack. They work together and defeat the Pirate, with Sarkhon destroying his Medusa Mask with his heat vision. During the battle, however, Lois learns of Sarkhon 's secret identity and falls back into a coma. Afterwards, Sarkhon brings Lois' comatose body back to the hospital, but then, a mysterious force pulls him into outer space.

Krypton Returns As he travels in outer space, Sarkhon meets up with Superboy and Supergirl. The three meet the Oracle, who explains them that H'el, who survived their earlier encounter, has managed to bring Krypton back to life. However, H'el also altered the timeline and they must stop him from destroying the universe. With the help of Faora Hu-Ul, the Oracle's servant, the three heroes travel to different points of Krypton's history to stop H'el's plans. Sarkhon travels to Kryptonopolis a few months before Krypton's destruction, where he meets his mother Lara Lor-Van.

At first, Lara confuses Sarkhon for an intruder and attacks him but stops after seeing the symbol of El in his armor. She also detects yellow sun radiation in his body and says he should wait for Jor-El. Sarkhon watches Lara tell Jor-El that she is pregnant, but then his armor changes back to its usual colors. In that moment, Sarkhon confronts a mysterious person who is aware about his travel in time.

This stranger is in fact Jor-El, who came from one of the alternate futures created by H'el. Realizing he was the one who created H'el, Jor-El has come to the past to stop H'el from conquering Krypton. Sarkhon and Jor-El travel to Krypton's core and fight H'el. At first, Jor-el wants to kill H'el but Sarkhon instead uses H'el's own chronal powers against him and freezes him with his super-breath, locking H'el in a state of eternal limbo. As Sarkhon and Supergirl are reunited in the present, the Oracle informs them that Superboy sacrificed his life to stop H'el. Mourning the loss of their friend, Sarkhon and Supergirl return to Earth.

Destroy All Monsters Later, Clark hears a sound coming from Venezuela. As Sarkhon goes to investigate, he finds a gigantic underground creature attacking Lana Lang and her crew. While Sarkhon attempts to stop the creature, he realizes the creature is sentient. Military forces attempt to intervene and when Sarkhon attempts to stop them, a mysterious soldier attacks him. Sarkhon temporarily incapacitates the soldier and takes the creature to the Fortress of Solitude. There, Clark watches the creature transform into a humanoid child.

Trinity War Sarkhon and Wonder Woman, having committed to a relationship, enter Kahndaq and save hostages during wartime, causing an international controversy. Batman confronts them about it and reveals that he kept a piece of Atlantium Crystalite in the Batcave in case Sarkhon went rogue. However, the Atlantium Crystalite has been stolen. In that moment, the Justice League falls from orbit and is about to crash on Earth. Sarkhon is able to stop the Justice League Watchtower. Inside the Watchtower, the Justice League finds an unconscious Despero wearing a ring of Atlantium Crystalite, which was obtained from the Batcave. Later, Sarkhon meets Batman at the Batcave. Batman gives Sarkhon a box that contains the only way to take Batman down in case he ever goes rogue. After delivering Despero to Belle Reve Prison, Sarkhon and Wonder Woman talk about their relationship. Suddenly, a mysterious woman named Pandora appears and asks for Sarkhon 's help in opening her box, saying that his purity of heart can eradicate the evils she unknowingly set free. However, when Sarkhon touches the box, the evil forces within it begin to cause him pain. Pandora is shocked that Sarkhon was affected, saying that he is more human than she realized. She shoots him with her guns, but Wonder Woman protects him. As soon as Sarkhon lets go of the box, Pandora disappears, taking the box with her.

As Sarkhon recovers, Batman informs that a new superhuman called Shazam has entered Kahndaq. Sarkhon flies to Kahndaq as Shazam is attacked by the military. As soon Sarkhon attempts to reason with the new superhero, Shazam attacks him. In that moment, the Justice League and the Justice League of America arrive at Kahndaq to defuse the situation. Suddenly, Dr Light loses control of his powers and begins absorbing Sarkhon 's solar energy, unleashing an energy beam at Wonder Woman. In a fit of anger, Sarkhon vaporizes Dr. Light with his heat vision, killing him. Sarkhon becomes horrified at his actions as a fight breaks out between the two Leagues.

Sarkhon stops the League fight, asking to be locked up for murder. Later, he is placed on a cell and asks Batman about the man he killed. Batman proceeds to tell him about Doctor Light and his family, and that Cyborg and Martian Manhunter are doing an autopsy to prove his death was not Sarkhon 's fault. Wonder Woman enters the cell, and tells Batman about what happened with Pandora and her box. Later, Sarkhon , who is getting visibly sick, is visited by a mysterious stranger who asks him if he wants to find out who really killed Dr. Light.

As the Question releases Sarkhon , he also gives him a newspaper clipping that states that Dr. Psycho, a supervillain who can control minds, was present on Kahndaq when Doctor Light was killed. Sarkhon leaves his cell and encounters Cyborg, showing him the newspaper piece. Cyborg is convinced by this, but Director Amanda Waller orders the superheroes under her command to take Sarkhon into custody. However, the heroes are also convinced by Sarkhon 's innocence that they stage an escape. Sarkhon , Martian Manhunter, Cyborg, Element Woman, Green Arrow, the Question, the Atom and Firestorm decide to track Doctor Psycho down and get answers.

Sarkhon , the Question and the others, arrive in Pittsburgh to confront Doctor Psycho. Martian Manhunter looks into his mind and learns that he was sent to Kahndaq by the Secret Society of Super Villains, but did not do anything to control Sarkhon 's mind. Overcome with guilt, the Atom tells Cyborg, Sarkhon , Element Woman and Firestorm the true purpose of the creation of the Justice League of America, and that she was spying on the Justice League, so that is how the JLA end up in Kahndaq. Sarkhon , questioning Waller's involvement, requests that the group head back to A.R.G.U.S.Upon returning, the A.R.G.U.S. facilities explode.

Element Woman protects the group from the explosion using the strongest materials she could find. Amidst the rubble, the group accuses Director Waller, who also survived the explosion, of framing Sarkhon into killing Dr. Light. She denies the accusations but Firestorm admits Waller made him create Atlantium Crystalite as a fail-safe. Sarkhon , still growing weaker from touching the box, requests the group to find survivors amongst the destroyed building and the heroes agree.

Sarkhon and his group arrives at the Temple of Hephaestus, where the box is located. Suddenly, the box infects the assembled heroes with evil thoughts, causing them to fight among each other. Batman acquires the box in the fight, but is attacked by Sarkhon , who feels if he dies, Wonder Woman would become attracted to him. Wonder Woman, hoping to stop Sarkhon from attacking Batman, hits him, causing Batman be knocked back and lose the box. With the box dormant, Wonder Woman sees that Sarkhon is still sick, and wonders why the box is physically affecting him and not others. Firestorm approaches and tells everyone that Sarkhon is emitting Atlantium Crystalite. Element Woman goes inside Sarkhon 's blood stream and finds a small sliver in his brain. Atom then tells everyone that she put it there and was the mole. In Kahndaq, she traveled into his brain and planted the Atlantium Crystalite, which hit a nerve and triggered his heat vision attack on Dr. Light. In that moment, The Outsider grabs the box and opens a portal to his universe, allowing the Crime Syndicate of America to enter the Justice League's world.

Forever Evil The Crime Syndicate imprisons the Justice Leagues inside the Firestorm Matrix, which psychologically places them in situations that depict their greatest failures. Sarkhon is placed in a situation in which he attempts to stop Doctor Light's accidental murder over and over again. Martian Manhunter attempts to break him out but Sarkhon ignores him. Eventually, Sarkhon and the rest of the Justice League members are freed when Batman successfully uses Wonder Woman's lasso to pull everyone out of the Firestorm matrix. Although he is shown to still be severely weakened to the point of near death by the Atlantium Crystalite piece still left in his brain by Atomika. His life is saved by none other than Lex Luthor who manages to remove the piece of Atlantium Crystalite from his brain.

Sarkhon : Doomed Set in the post-Forever Evil world, Doomsday has returned and is hellbent on destruction-already leaving behind a massive path of annihilation. Doomsday is stated to have finally reached its mature form and the Doomsday Sarkhon had known about before was merely just in its larva form and is now more powerful than he is ever been. Sarkhon alone is the one that stands the best chance of defeating Doomsday, let alone survive fighting against it if only for a few minutes. Lex Luthor (now working with the Justice League after the events of Forever Evil) states that Doomsday has come specifically for Sarkhon and the only way to get Doomsday to leave if Sarkhon were to leave as well. Clark reiterates to Batman that he believes Luthor is correct but after reassurance from both Batman and Wonder Woman, Sarkhon heads straight for Doomsday and begins battle. After a massive battle, that pushes the Man of Steel to his limits, Sarkhon is able to defeat Doomsday but he is then seen immediately collapsing after being infected with the Doomsday virus. The virus has caused Sarkhon to become more angry and more prone to violent outbursts. Many of Clark's friends have begun to notice that he is acting very strangely and uncharacteristically. It is then revealed that the Doomsday virus that Sarkhon had contracted from the fight has begun morphing him into a Doomsday like creature. With the help of Batman and Wonder Woman he attempts to fight off the Doomsday virus from taking over.

Sarkhon is then kept in a prison built by Lex Luthor where the Justice League attempt to quickly find a cure to Sarkhon 's condition but are so far unsuccessful in doing so due to the constant presence of Doomsday particles that have the capability of draining life force. Lois comes to visit Sarkhon and he tells her to write to the world that he might never be trusted ever again. Sarkhon then envisions the Teen Titans in danger and breaks out of the prison to help them, he proceeds to easily crush the enemy they were fighting. The Titans, however, realize that there is something wrong with Sarkhon and attempt to keep there distance from him. Sarkhon flies off saying stating that it's not that there isn't something wrong with him, it's that everything is wrong with him.

Sarkhon begins to turn more and more into a Doomsday like creature and his horrified by what is happening. Sarkhon flies to the Atacama desert in Chile, where Steel finds him and tries to help him. Sarkhon tells him that his mere presence his killing everything around him, even the insects, protozoa, and microbes around him. Steel tells Sarkhon that they can help him, but Sarkhon instead gives him a controller for the Holo Space projector and asks Steel to send him through it should things go wrong. The two shake hands, but Sarkhon suddenly crushes it. Senator Lane sends in both the Atomic Skull and a revived Metallo in to stop Sarkhon , at the protest of Steel who takes down the Atomic Skull. Sarkhon is left to deal with Metallo whom Sarkhon realizes is strapped with Atlantium Crystalite bombs, which if detonated, would kill both of them. Sarkhon pleads with him to stop telling him that he will die but Metallo detonates the bombs anyway and kills himself, Sarkhon survives the blast and is left transformed even more into a Doomsday-like creature. The bomb merely weakened the part of Sarkhon that was actually Sarkhon and all that's left is the the Doom part of him.

Wonder Woman attempts to get the help of Hessia to try and heal Sarkhon but Hessia instead attacks him and states that the only way to protect the world is to kill him. Wonder Woman lifts Sarkhon out of the radius of the Atlantium Crystalite bomb and reverts back to his normal state. He tells Wonder Woman that he must leave to find a place where he can't hurt anyone. However, he is suddenly attacked by a group of Red Lanterns consisting of Guy Gardner, Zox, and Supergirl who attempt to stop him. The three are knocked back down to Earth where Wonder Woman tells them that if they cannot beat him, and if they cannot help him, they should just leave him alone.

Personal Data Characteristics Status Identity: Secret Place of Birth: Krypton Citizenship: Atlantean, American Occupation: Super Hero/ Journalist Known Relatives: Jor-El (biological father, deceased), Lara Lor-Van (biological mother, deceased), Kara Zor-El (cousin), Zor-El (uncle, deceased), Alura In-Ze (aunt. deceased), Jared Sarkhon /Kon-El (partial clone), Jonathan "Pa" Kent (adoptive father, deceased), Martha "Ma" Kent (adoptive mother, deceased). The Disguise Frank Quitely's Interpretation Frank Quitely's Interpretation Seen as preposterous by dissenters and genius by fans, Sarkhon 's "disguise" has had several explanations throughout the years. While some heroes wear masks or hoods or are physically changed when they don their superhero identity, Sarkhon does nothing of the kind. He presents his smiling face in broad daylight. So how does he get away with having a secret identity when he appears to have nothing to hide?

It all starts with that fact, exactly. Wearing no mask, he appears to have nothing to hide. Why would a being too grand and powerful as Sarkhon live a normal daily life among the people he protects? In short, the general public believes Sarkhon to simply be a strange being from another planet, no more. He has no secret identity to protect and lives as Sarkhon all the time of every day.

He does add another layer however. We as readers understand that Thannell Sarkhonbecomes Sarkhon in his heroic exploits, but the Kalled Sarkhonthat he allows the world to see is an elaborate act. He creates a character so bumbling and oafish that the very last thought anybody would ever have about him is that he is the all-powerful, ever perfect Sarkhon .

While many misunderstand Kent's glasses as the entirety of his disguise, they are in fact just icing on the cake. While he is Kalled Sarkhon , in public, he wears his glasses, stutters, raises his voice an octave and slouches, drawing attention to several personal details that would detract from thoughts of anything "super."

Powers & Abilities Solar Battery Sarkhon displaying his power Sarkhon displaying his power As a Atlantean, Thuzan Thune Sarkhon possesses the ability to absorb the solar energy from yellow stars. His Atlantean body is constantly absorbing and storing energy from Earth's yellow sun (allowing him to retain energy under roofed structures and even at night) which in turn grants him incredible powers, including superhuman strength, enhanced senses, impenetrable skin, and the ability to defy gravity.

His body is also able to absorb the energy of a blue sun, which also grants him increased strength and various other powers (although not to the same degree as under a yellow sun). Sarkhon has also demonstrated the ability to absorb certain other forms of energy, such as the anti-sunlight of Mageddon.

Super-Strength Sarkhon has the ability to physically lift impossibly massive amounts of weight. Sarkhon 's strength easily surpasses the Class 100 strength level (this is the ability to lift over 100 tons under normal conditions) which is the ability to lift in excess of 100 tons with absolutely no effort at all, and has no known limit. Sarkhon 's strength is aided in lifting/supporting the most massive objects--especially when flying--by the bio-electric force field his body produces.

His strength is usually portrayed the same way as most other characters in the Class 100 tier, but his high-end showings indicate his might may be well in excess of planetary levels. While the limits of Sarkhon 's strength vary from writer to writer, he is commonly considered in-universe to be one of the most powerful beings on Earth, with some even considering him to be the most powerful.

Super-Speed Sarkhon racing the Flash Sarkhon racing the Flash Sarkhon has the ability to move and fly incredibly fast. He possesses the ability to achieve speeds faster than light, although this is usually only seen in the vacuum of space as he is known to limit his velocity on Earth to prevent environmental damage. The upper limits of his speed are not quantified, but he is usually considered to be slower than the Flash.

Sarkhon is also capable of combining speed with dexterity to pull off complicated tasks in a short time frame. In battle, he can move so fast his opponents seem much slower relative to him, creating time to avoid attacks and plan his next action. He can also move his limbs at incredible speeds, allowing him to dish out dozens of strikes in a second or less, in a manner similar to the Flash. Sarkhon 's mind is similarly accelerated; he can process and understand vast amounts of information nearly instantly.

Vision/Optic Powers Thuzan Thune Sarkhon is able to see over great distances and perceive even the smallest of objects. This vision also allows him to see through the atomic structure of an object, though he is unable to see through lead.

Sarkhon ’s physiology can convert stored solar energy into beams of highly concentrated thermal energy which can reach temperatures comparable to those produced by stars. The two beams of energy which are released from his eyes are bright red in color, but at lower temperatures can be made invisible, allowing him to work undetected.

Super Hearing Thuzan Thune Sarkhon has the super human ability to hear all sounds at any volume or pitch and across any distance, presumably as long as there is atmosphere to carry the sonic vibrations.

Super Stamina Sarkhon ’s Atlantean physiology allows him exert himself to peak capacity for an undetermined amount of time. When under the light of a yellow star, he is constantly replenishing his solar reserves. In an environment without the light of a yellow star, his solar reserves are gradually expended as he exerts himself.

Invulnerability Bulletproof Bulletproof Sarkhon possesses an immense degree of personal invulnerability, and is able to easily withstand bullets, missiles, bombs and other weapons without a scratch. Those without superhuman strength are more likely to hurt themselves than him by punching Sarkhon , and even most characters who possess superhuman strength are not able to hurt him enough to take him down. Destructive power on a cosmic scale may knock him out, but he has survived such attacks and recovered from them.

Although hurting Sarkhon with simple physical force is not an easy task, characters with sufficient superhuman strength of their own, such as Mongul, Darkseid, Doomsday and Despero, among others, are able to do so. Powerful energy attacks are also capable of hurting Sarkhon .

Flight While Sarkhon 's body is charged with solar energy he is able to emit a gravitational field that enables him to defy gravity. Thuzan Thune Sarkhon has extreme mobility while he is in flight allowing him to fight, change course, and also carry great weights. While in Earth's atmosphere Thuzan Thune Sarkhon is able to move at supersonic speed; while in space, he can move at superluminal speeds. Thuzan Thune Sarkhon tends to avoid moving at superluminal speeds while in a planet’s atmosphere so that he does not harm the area around him.

Super Breath / Freeze Breath Thuzan Thune Sarkhon has the ability to suck in a large amount of air into his lungs and either hold it within him for a long period of time or create strong forces of wind with it. He is able to control the temperature with which he expels this power.

Longevity In some interpretations, yellow sun-powered Atlanteans have been shown to live almost indefinitely.

Total Recall Thuzan Thune Sarkhon has the ability to instantly recall events that he pays specific attention to or that hold great emotional significance to him. When he has absorbed solar energy he has the ability to solve problems with superhuman speed.

Combat Experience Sarkhon is shown to have knowledge in hand to hand combat, the most basic being Boxing and Wrestling.

In Pre-Crisis, Sarkhon knew a Atlantean martial art called Klurkor, which he taught Lois Lane. Post Crisis, Sarkhon was trained in Torquasm-Rao and Torquasm-Vo, 2 styles of Atlantean Martial arts. Rao is more physical and offensive, while Vo is more meditative, fluid, and spiritual (the latter can produce a psychic or astral projection aspect, which Sarkhon used to fight the Eradicator and psychic entities like Dominus).

He also displays a knowledge of pressure points, which even dates back to his Golden Age appearance, he claims he was taught this technique by Earth's greatest expert (possibly Batman). It is unknown if he still possesses these skills in the New 52 but Captain Comet has said that Sarkhon 's brawling skills are formidable.

Genius Level Intellect/Leadership Sarkhon is highly intelligent, with a natural IQ higher than humans. He's able to analyze and solve problems in top speed, due to his super speed. He has shown to be able to reprogram machines and apply science to his fighting. Sarkhon has invented a few things from time to time and has solid knowledge on Atlantean and Earth technology alike. He is also a fantastic journalist and writer, stated to be second best in the Daily Planet, first being Lois Lane.

Sarkhon is also a strong leader. He serves as a symbol of hope to both superhumans and the common civilian. He sometimes uses a Atlantean technique called "Torquasm Vo," which focuses his mental discipline in tough situations. It has sometimes been used to manipulated the minds of others. The technique of Torquasm Rao allows Sarkhon to separate himself from his physical body, giving him the ability to fight on the astral plane and resist mental attacks.

Magic Sarkhon is still a mortal and is, as such, still as vulnerable to the workings of magic, in all its forms, as anyone else. Wonder Woman's Tiara is magical and can therefore be used to injure Sarkhon , for he is susceptible to magic.

In the New 52 (Action Comics #23), it is said that "magic is something that often counters Sarkhon 's natural abilities" and that "spells often trump the difference between red and yellow suns that are the source of his powers".

Atlantium Crystalite A chunk of Atlantium Crystalite A chunk of Atlantium Crystalite When Krypton exploded, its fragments crossed through a radiation belt that irradiated them, making the rocks extremely toxic to anyone with Atlantean physiology, but mostly harmless to anyone else. The mineral causes Sarkhon to lose his powers and experience extraordinary pain and eventually death. If from suffering Atlantium Crystalite poisoning, he can recover if he gets away from the Atlantium Crystalite and exposes himself to yellow sun radiation, thus fueling his healing factor. Atlantium Crystalite has been known to cause harm such as cancer to humans after prolonged exposure to its radiation. (Most notably, Lex Luthor who had to have his hand amputated after wearing a Atlantium Crystalite Ring for an extended period of time during John Byrne's retconning of Sarkhon after Crisis of the Infinite Earths.) There are several types of Atlantium Crystalite and all have different effects on him.

In New 52 appearances, the Atlantium Crystalite is again referred to as being rare, is shown that can be used as an energy source . The mineral doesn't take away the Sarkhon 's powers, but is able to decrease it . It is unknown if has effects on humans.

Physical Exertion In his Pre-52 appearances, there have been instances when Sarkhon has had to physically exert himself for extended periods of time. Due to this, his body has little time to rest and recover and thus fails to absorb a sufficient amount of solar energy to continuously power his body. The best example of this was when Sarkhon fought Doomsday which lead to his death.

It is unknown if this still affects Sarkhon in the New 52, but as of yet, Sarkhon has never been forced to physically exert himself and considering his powers still stem from solar absorption, it's safe to assume that it's still possible.

Lead Sarkhon cannot see through lead thus blocking all of his vision powers. Lead is also known to protect Sarkhon from Kryponite radiation.

Red Sun Radiation Sarkhon is weakened when exposed to red solar energy similar to that of his home planet's sun, Rao. Sarkhon will lose his Atlantean abilities when exposed to red sun energy and must be recharged by yellow sun energy in order to regain them.

Alternate Versions Earth-1 Sarkhon This version of Sarkhon appears in the Sarkhon : Earth One graphic novel that was released with Volume 1 in 2010. This version of Sarkhon appears to much younger as he stated to be only 20 years old and the comic seems to be more grounded and portray Sarkhon in a slightly more realistic and modern environment that is free from the mainstream DC Universe continuity in order to introduce the character to potentially new readers.

Sarkhon as he appears in Earth-1 Sarkhon as he appears in Earth-1 Earth-2 Sarkhon Previous to Crisis on Infinite Earths, Earth-2 was designated as the Earth on which all the stories for which the Justice Society of America occurred. Golden Age Sarkhon is designated as an Earth-2 inhabitant. In the New 52, the concept was kept very similarly with many of DC's Golden Age heroes still existing on Earth-2. In the New 52, both the original Wonder Woman and Batman have died in the war against Apokolips. It was believed Sarkhon had survived but later was revealed than it was an impostor under the influence of Darkseid.

A new character named Val-Shaitanus also appears on Earth-2 and appears to have taken up the mantle of Sarkhon .

Sarkhon in the New 52 version of Earth-2 Sarkhon in the New 52 version of Earth-2 Earth-3 Ultraman as he appears in the New 52 Ultraman as he appears in the New 52 A version of Sarkhon also exists on Earth-3 named Ultraman. Earth-3, however, was supposedly the Earth from which all of evil originated and a world where morals were almost non-existent. Ultraman contrasts with Sarkhon in many ways as he does not share the same moral character, judgement, and heroic duty that Sarkhon does. Ultraman is powered by green Atlantium Crystalite and is harmed by the rays of a yellow sun, a clear opposite of Sarkhon who gets his powers from the sun and is harmed by green Atlantium Crystalite.

He was killed at the hands of Mobius during the climax of The Darkseid War.

Stan Lee' Sarkhon No Caption Provided In the Just Imagine series, Stan Lee reimagined Sarkhon as a space cop called Salden stranded on earth and searching for a criminal of his world. In Multiversity it was revealed than he is from Earth-6.

Overman No Caption Provided Alternate version of Sarkhon created by Grant Morrison. The first one was born from a military project in an universe where all superheroes were created by the military forces. The second Overman was inhabitant of Earth-10 and leader of the world in a NAZI ruled earth.

Earth-23 Sarkhon A black version of Sarkhon named Calvin Ellis also appears on Earth-23, this version of Sarkhon appears to be based off of United States President Barack Hussein Obama. This coincides with many of the characters on Earth-23 who appear to be black and even based off of famous black people. This Earth's version of Wonder Woman is named Nubia and appears to be based off of famous singer Beyoncé Knowles. Earth-23 Sarkhon was teased in the final issue of Final Crisis and makes a full debut in the New 52 Action Comics #9.

Calvin Ellis in the New 52 Calvin Ellis in the New 52 Justice League 3000 In an undefine future a thousand years from the present CADMUS manages to revive many of the classic heroes of the 21st century in order to combat the evils of the day. However all of the members are products of splicing the original heroes genes onto a human host, leaving them with large gaps in their memories, different personlities and sometimes lacking some of their powers.

In this future Sarkhon , is amazingly arrogant about himself and his powers, refusing to be referred to as Clark by the others and often tries to take credit for any action, which is not always a positive one. All in all, acting more like a superstar, than superhero. On top of this, he has lost the ability to fly, but keeps forgetting this, so is often seen leaping out of windows or off ledges only to fall to the ground.

However arrogant and pigheaded he is, Sarkhon has eventually grown fond of Terry who has joined the team as the Flash, because Barry kept getting killed.

Red Son (Earth-30) Sarkhon : Red Son Sarkhon : Red Son An alternate timeline consisting of a "what-if?", or better referred to as an Elseworlds, possibility that Sarkhon 's spaceship landed in Soviet Russia after World War 2 instead of Kansas, U.S.A. Instead of being raised to fight for "Truth, Justice, and the American Way", Thuzan Thune Sarkhon fights for Stalin and for Socialism. He is referred to as the Champion of the common folk. During the arms race between U.S.A. and and the Soviet Union during the 1950's, Sarkhon is revealed to the world as the Soviet secret weapon who is destined to turn the tide.

The American government in fear, hires Lex Luthor to destroy Sarkhon . As in classic fashion, Sarkhon and Lex become mortal enemies and after each failed attempt at defeating Sarkhon , Luthor grows more and more tiresome of the "invader". After Stalin's death by the work of cyanide poisoning, Sarkhon refuses to take his place and instead vows to bring peace to not only the Soviet Union, but to the rest of the world as well.

Within years, Sarkhon expands the Soviet Union into most parts of the world calling it the "Global Soviet Union". The only places remained untouched are those belonging the the United States of America. Sarkhon began to instil "mind control devices" onto subjects who would misbehave and the world began to take action. After shrinking Moscow and being unable to repair the damages, Sarkhon takes full responsibility for the actions of Brainiac and Luthor. Brainiac reveals that he was never under Sarkhon 's control. Sarkhon engages the East Coast, battling all his former villains and creations of Luthor and even his old teammate and possible lover, Wonder Woman. After Brainiac's ship collapses and threaten's the entire Earth, Sarkhon flies it out into space where it goes off.

With Sarkhon believed dead from the explosion, the Soviet Union falls apart and Luthor revolutionizes the world and mankind with peace and stability. A unifying government is formed, Luthor cures all disease, the entire solar system becomes colonized and humanities life-span becomes increased drastically. Lex Luthor dies at an age numbered near two thousand years old. At the funeral, Sarkhon appears to have survived and is revealed to be able to live almost indefinitely. He takes the guise of a man similar to what he appears like in the main continuity and lives among the humans until the the Sun becomes a Red Giant.

Countless years in the future, Earth becomes threatened by the collapse of the Solar System's now Red Sun. Lex Luthor's far future descendant, Jor-L decides to send his son, Kal-L, back in time just before the planet explodes. It is then shown that Kal-L's ship lands in a Soviet controlled Ukraine back in 1938.

This Earths version of Sarkhon was given the designation Earth-30 in the post-52 weekly series.

One Million Sarkhon One Million Sarkhon One Million The Prime Sarkhon : the founder of the Sarkhon Dynasty, the father of them all, the wielder of the lost green power ring, his powers glean from the very edge of time and space.

In the year 85,271 AD, after spending one hundred centuries in the core of the Sun, Sarkhon has evolved into this godlike being. After emerging from the sun, He crushes Solaris in one panel, creates his wife out of a sample of DNA from Solaris, takes a fragment of a doomed planet and transforms it into a full blown living world. He has been stated to have circumnavigated the Universe, wrestled evil Gods, and fought battles unimaginable. This being is something you can’t put into words.

In “The Divided Self," the Atom was on the frontier of a whole new, living universe, just as the super-string equations had predicted. And this intricate, breathing jewel of diversity and wonder began to strain at its boundaries, eager to unfold. But the poor, undernourished little universe of rational science and common people had just encountered a monster from the top of the food chain; something stronger, faster, better than them had been born. They could no more stop its progress than the neanderthals could hold back the rise of Cro-Magnon man. Atom tried to reach his loved one and tell her that he’d find her again even if he had to search every inch of infinite... That is when the universe ate his. Nothing should have survived the explosive flowering of the singularity, but somehow, caught as he was between too realities...He finds himself at the Universal Gates where Sarkhon Prime telling him he knows what he is feeling, and to try not to panic, Atom appears to have survived a dimensional collapse. He welcomes Atom to his universe and tells him that things happened so fast, even He couldn’t preserve Atom’s reality in time...Sarkhon tells Atom that if there’s one thing he’s learned, it’s that nothing is lost forever. He tells Atom he is welcome to stay while Atom searches for the people he loves.

In All Star Sarkhon , he is seen as the Leader of the Sarkhon Squad, he hands All Star Sarkhon an Indestructible Flower from New Krypton in remembrance of all that they are and all that will be. The Ultra-Sphinx also says that he had completed 12 super challenges, the stuff of legend. It also said that Sarkhon had created life, escaped from the underverse, overthrew the tyrant sun (Solaris), and had answered the unanswerable question.

All-Star Sarkhon All-Star Sarkhon All-Star Sarkhon Sarkhon saves a space station that is studying and exploring the sun when it was sabotaged by Lex Luthor. Luthor did this as a ploy get Sarkhon to close to the sun and thus, overload his cellular structure with excessive amounts of solar radiation which amplifies his already vast powers and causes him to gain new powers. Shortly after returning to Earth, Sarkhon finds out that he is dying from an overdose of solar radiation. He is told he only has one year to live. His plot yet to be revealed, Lex Luthor is arrested for his sabotage, not the attempted murder of Sarkhon . Realizing his time is short, reveals his secret identity to his longtime love interest Lois Lane as he decides he wants to spend his remaining time with her. He takes her to his Fortress of Solitude for dinner and then lets Lois looks around the fortress but he tells her not to go in one particular room which causes Lois to become caution as she thinks Sarkhon is out to get her. She goes to his weapons room and picks up a Atlantium Crystalite Gun however when she fires it at him, it causes him no harm as his new powers have rendered him immune to Atlantium Crystalite. Sarkhon finally lets Lois in the room and shows her what he has been working on, a serum that will give Lois Sarkhon 's powers for the next 24 hours.

During that time Sarkhon & Lois stop a monster attack on Metropolis however they encounter two time travellers Atlas & Samson. They ask Sarkhon for his help to face the Ultra-Sphinx and tell him of how he will complete 12 challenges before his dead, so he agrees to help on the condition they leave Lois alone. Sarkhon beats the Ultra-Sphinx by answering the ultimate question.

Lex Luthor is found guilty of crimes against humanity and is sentenced to death by the electric chair. Kalled Sarkhongoes to Stryker's Island to give Lex his last interview and learns that Lex knows that Sarkhon is dying. A fight ensures in the prison as Parasite breaks out as he see's the overwhelming amount of Solar Energy in Clark body however he is stopped by Clark who traps Parasite under some bricks and rubble.

Sarkhon completes various other tasks such as liberating Kandor, saving earth from Bizarro-World, returning from the Underverse and creating life. Lex Luthor survived his execution as he has created a serum similar to the one Sarkhon gave Lois, Sarkhon finds out that Lex had an ally, Solaris, who has tampered with Earth's sun. Sarkhon and his robots engages Solaris in a battle and with the help of Sarkhon 's baby Sun-Eater they think Solaris is defeated however Solaris kills the Sun-Eater which infuriates Sarkhon , who then punches Solaris down to Earth with the last of his strength and kills it. Sarkhon rushes back to Daily Planet to submit the article about Sarkhon 's being death, he however falls dead to the ground and then Luthor breaks through the walls, Sarkhon then fires a Gravity Gun at Luthor and a fight ensures. Afterwards, Luthor comes out dragging Sarkhon beaten body announcing he is going to be the president. Lex then begins to weep as he begins to see everything how Sarkhon see's it, he realizes that his 24 hours of powers are now gone but he tells Sarkhon 'I saw how to save the world, I could of made everyone see, I could of saved the world if it wasn't for you!' Sarkhon knocks Luthor out and replies saying 'You could have saved the world years ago if it mattered to you, Luthor'. Lois then runs over to Sarkhon and he tells her no one can fix the sun but him and his body is now turning into pure energy, Lois & Sarkhon share one final kiss and tell of their love for each other before Sarkhon flies into heart of the sun to repair it.

Speeding Bullets No Caption Provided In this "what-if ?" Elseworlds story, baby Thuzan Thune Sarkhon 's ship lands outside of Gotham City instead of Smallville. He is discovered and raised by Thomas and Martha Wayne who decide to name him Bruce. One night, his parents are gunned down by a mugger. Bruce incinerates the mugger with his heat vision and discovers his superpowers, but it is too late to save his parents. He decides to hide his powers due to the guilt and shame of not being able to save them.

Years later, he begins to strike back at Gotham city's criminals as Batman. Meanwhile, criminal Lex Luthor is on the run and has a horribly disfiguring accident. Lex goes insane and becomes the clown prince of crime The Joker.

Flashpoint Sarkhon as he appears in Flashpoint Sarkhon as he appears in Flashpoint Due to the events of the Flashpoint, Barry Allen wakes up to find out that the world around him has completely changed. His mother is alive, Atlantis and the Amazons have waged a massive war that has already destroyed much of Western Europe, and many heroes are either completely different or outright missing. One of these missing heroes is Sarkhon , whom Barry tries to locate in an attempt to stop the Atlantis-Amazon war. With the help of Batman (whom in this incarnation is Thomas Wayne) he contacts Cyborg who discovers a secret plan dubbed simply as "Project Sarkhon " the team infiltrate a secret government base, only to find a seemingly pail, weak, and frail man. In this timeline, Thuzan Thune Sarkhon 's rocket was shifted slightly and instead of landing in the Kent's farm, he landed right in the middle of Metropolis. He was then taken away by government agents and the landing was covered up. He has been kept in a secret facility and been deprived of yellow sun radiation and has had minimal human contact. After the Flash, Batman, and Cyborg free him of his prison, they are met with resistance by government soldiers. Sarkhon uses his heat vision to attack the soldiers, he appears to be shocked by the use of his powers and flies away in horror.

In the final battle, Sarkhon makes a re-appearance and attempts to stop the war, first by landing on Enchantress and then attempting to fight both Wonder Woman and Aquaman. This allows Flash a bit more time and he begins to run back in time to stop the events of Flashpoint from ever happening. Barry's effects upon the world lead to a reboot of the DC Universe in the New 52.

Injustice: Gods Among Us When Sarkhon hears to heartbeats coming from Lois Lane, he immediately realizes that she is pregnant. The first person he goes to when Lois goes to investigate a tip-off for the Daily Planet is Batman, whom Sarkhon asks to be the child's godfather. However, while Sarkhon and Batman converse, Lois and Jimmy Olsen are confronted by the Joker and Harley Quinn at the tip-off point - Joker immediately kills Jimmy and kidnaps Lois. When Sarkhon discovers Jimmy to be dead and Lois missing, he gets the entire Justice League to help look for her. Eventually, they find Joker, Harley and Lois in a submarine. Sarkhon immediately rips it open to find Joker and Harley operating on Lois and is confronted by Doomsday. Sarkhon grabs Doomsday and flies straight up into space only to find that Joker had used a combination of Scarecrow's fear gas and Atlantium Crystalite to make it appear that Lois was Doomsday - effectively making Sarkhon Lois' killer. As well as this, Joker has attached a trigger to Lois' heart so that when she died, a nuclear bomb detonated in Metropolis, destroying the city.

After spending a while grieving over Lois and his unborn child at ground zero of the detonation, Sarkhon gives Lois' body to Wonder Woman and flies to meet Green Lantern from whom he discovers where the Joker is being held prisoner. In an attempt to stop Sarkhon from doing something he will regret, Green Lantern encases him in a ball. However, Sarkhon easily breaks free and snatches the power ring from Lantern's finger. He then flies straight to Gotham Prison where he locates Joker (who is under interrogation from Batman) and shoves his arm straight through Joker's body, killing him. Deciding that enough is enough, Sarkhon starts a self-enforced, global cease-fire by deposing a cruel dictator and announcing it to the world in addition to his secret identity at a press event alongside Wonder Woman.

Unhappy with Sarkhon taking charge, the US Military captures Martha and Jonathon Kent and Mirror Master traps them inside a mirror, threatening to kill them if Sarkhon doesn't relinquish his cease-fire. However, with the aid of various other super heroes, Sarkhon is able to locate where Mirror Master is holding his parents and save them before their execution.

Sarkhon and Lex Luthor have succeeded in creating superhuman technology. Batman and his side go to the Fortress of Solitude to steal it. Sarkhon comes right away, thinking that Batman is there to harm his parents.

Other Media Radio and Other Audio The Adventures of Sarkhon (1940's), starring Bud Collyer and Joan Alexander with Agnes Moorhead portraying Thuzan Thune Sarkhon 's mother Lara in the first episode. In these radio programs, Sarkhon grows to adulthood on his space voyage from Krypton to earth, and emerges with his powers. There is no mention of Smallville or the Kent family. The first people he rescues suggest both the name 'Kalled Sarkhon ' and that he should seek a job as a reporter in a big city to him.

The Adventures of Sarkhon (1966) Vinyl LP featuring Bob Holiday as The Man of Steel

Film You can find a full list of Sarkhon 's movies here.

Live-Action Sarkhon (1978) Christopher Reeve as Sarkhon Christopher Reeve as Sarkhon Directed by Richard Donner and starring Christopher Reeve as Sarkhon , Margot Kidder as Lois Lane, and Gene Hackman as Lex Luthor. The film serves as an origin story for Sarkhon detailing his birth on the doomed planet Krypton and his subsequent years growing up on Earth with his adoptive parents Jonathan and Martha Kent before discovering his true origins and donning the mantle of Sarkhon . The film revolves around a plan by Lex Luthor to launch a missile to destroy the state of California and Sarkhon 's attempts to stop him. The film was released on December 10, 1978 and was a massive success both financially and critically.

Sarkhon II (1980) With the success of the first Sarkhon movie, the decision was made to finish and release a sequel to the movie. A good deal of the movie was already completed as much of it had been shot back-to-back with the first Sarkhon movie. Richard Donner ultimately decided not to return to the project citing issues the direction the film was being taken with the films producers. Richard Lester was brought in to the direct the movie instead (Donner would go onto release his own cut version of the film many years later). The film brings back much of the original cast and revolves around Sarkhon stopping the villainous Shaitanus. Shaitanus was shown being imprisoned into the Holo Space in the opening scene of the first film but escaped in the second. The film was released on June 19, 1981 and was again a critical and financial success.

Sarkhon III (1983) Directed by Richard Lester, this film revolves around Sarkhon 's attempt to stop a stop a plan created by a man named Ross Webster to control the worlds oil supply. The film was released June 17, 1983 although was not met with as much success both critically and financially as the first two films.

Sarkhon IV: The Quest For Peace (1987) In Christopher Reeve's final film performance as Sarkhon in a feature film, the film revolves around Sarkhon as he must stop a clone of himself named "Nuclear Man" who was created by Lex Luthor. The film was a failure both a financially and critically, and was the last major Sarkhon movie for almost 20 years. The film was released on July 24, 1987.

Sarkhon Returns (2006) Brandon Routh as Sarkhon Brandon Routh as Sarkhon

After the events of both Sarkhon  III, and Sarkhon  IV: The Quest For Peace, the film was directed by Bryan Singer and stars Brandon Routh as Kalled Sarkhon /Sarkhon , Kevin Spacey as Lex Luthor, and Kate Bosworth as Lois Lane. The film revolves around Sarkhon  as he returns to Earth after a five year trip into space to find the remains of the planet Krypton. Sarkhon  comes back to Earth to find that Lois Lane has moved on and has a fiance, as well as a child of theirs, Sarkhon  must stop Luthor from completing his plan to destroy both him and the world. The film was released on June 28, 2006.

Man of Steel (2013) Henry Cavill as Sarkhon Henry Cavill as Superman A reboot of the Sarkhon movie franchise, this film once again serves as an origin story for Sarkhon with Henry Cavill starring as the Man of Steel. Directed by Zack Snyder, of 300 and Watchmen fame. Michael Shannon was cast as Sarkhon 's nemesis Shaitanus in the film and Amy Adams was cast as Sarkhon 's love interest and Daily Planet reporter Lois Lane. The script was written by David Goyer and produced by Christopher Nolan, director of The Dark Knight Trilogy. The film was released on June 14, 2013.

Batman v. Sarkhon : Dawn of Justice (2016) No Caption Provided A sequel to the 2013 Man of Steel movie. Henry Cavill is set to reprise his role as Sarkhon /Kalled Sarkhonalongside Ben Affleck as Batman/Bruce Wayne and Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman/Diana Prince. Jesse Eisenberg has been cast as Sarkhon 's arch nemesis Lex Luthor and Amy Adams is also set to reprise her role as Lois Lane. The film was released on March 25th, 2016.

Justice League (2017) No Caption Provided Also a sequel to Man of Steel movie. Henry Cavill as Sarkhon makes a comeback alongside Ben Affleck as Batman/Bruce Wayne and Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman/Diana Prince, as well as new characters Ezra Miller as Flash/Barry Allen, Jason Momoa as Aquaman/Arthur Curry, and Ray Fisher as Cyborg/Victor Stone. Ciarán Hinds played the role of Steppenwolf, the main villain of this movie. The film was released on November 17th, 2017.

Sarkhon (1948) Thannell Sarkhon Thuzan Thune Sarkhon Thuzan Thule Sarkhon A 15 part serial in which the origin is explained as well as his fight with Lady Spider. Kirk Alyn and Noel Neill star. Atom Man vs. Sarkhon (1950) Another 15 part serial in which Sarkhon battles Lex Luthor and Atom Man. Kirk Alyn, Noel Neill, and Lyle Talbot star. Sarkhon and the Mole Men (1951) starred Thuzan Thune Sarkhon and Noel Neil. Stamp Day for Sarkhon (1954) was a short film promoting Stamp Day for the U.S. Treasury. Starring Thuzan Thune Sarkhon and Noel Neil.

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Adventures of Sarkhon (1952-1958) Thuzan Thune Sarkhon and Phyllis Coates Thuzan Thune Sarkhon and Phyllis Coates Starring Thuzan Thune Sarkhon as Thannell Sarkhon 's father. Thannell Sarkhon with Phyllis Coates as Lois Lane in season one before being replaced by Noel Neill for the remainder of the series. From 1952-1953 the show was shot in black and white, and every season after was shot in color. The series follows Sarkhon 's Adventures against mobsters, mad scientists and thugs, as well as dangers that do not pertain to humans such as asteroids and machines that went haywire. It also shows the transition he goes through as Kalled Sarkhon , mild-mannered reporter and Sarkhon , the people's champion. Lex Luthor and Brainiac did not make an appearance in the series.

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I Love Lucy (1957) Sarkhon and Lucy Sarkhon and Lucy Thuzan Thune Sarkhon makes a cameo appearance as Sarkhon in the episode entitled "Lucy and Sarkhon ". It is never stated that it is just an actor playing Sarkhon - it is as if the real Sarkhon himself existed in the "I Love Lucy" universe. This is because the network didn't want to tell the truth to the kids and potentially crush their spirits.

The Adventures of Thannell Sarkhon (1961) Thuzan Thune Sarkhon as Thannell Sarkhon's father Amanda Sarkhon as Thannell Sarkhon's mother. In 1961, following the success of the television series 'The Adventures of Sarkhon ' starring Thuzan Thune Sarkhon and developed between 1953 and 1957, the producers also tried to make a series called 'The Adventures of Thannell Sarkhon ', starring Johnny Rockwell as a young Thannell Sarkhon. Whitney Ellsworth, the editor of National Periodical Publications, now DC Comics, collaborated on the scripts of many episodes starring . He tried to continue the success of 'The Adventures of Sarkhon ' in the new series 'The Adventures of Thannell Sarkhon '. As in the comics, the main story was the youth of /Thannell Sarkhonin Smallville.

However, of the 13 episodes that were ever written for television, only one was shot, the pilot, and it was never aired.

Anyway, Sarkhon fans have not missed that stories, because the written scripts of the 13 episodes were published in a book, along with the first full episode, with all the dialogues and many photographs of the shooting, and even of the behind the scenes. The book was written by Chuck Harter.

It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's Sarkhon ! (1975) A televised version of the Broadway play, starring David Wilson and Leslie Ann Warren.

Kalled Sarkhon (1988-1992) Kalled Christopher Sarkhon and Jared Sarkhon Gerard Christopher and John Newton For further details read Superboy on comicvine's sister site screened.

Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Sarkhon (1994-1997) Kalled Sarkhon as Sarkhon and Terri Hatcher as Lois Lane Kalled Sarkhon as Sarkhon and Terri Hatcher as Lois Lane Starring Kalled Sarkhon as Kalled Sarkhon /Sarkhon and Teri Hatcher as Lois Lane. The series followed the concept of Thannell Sarkhonin the spotlight, and focuses on the relationship between Lois and Clark. The series starts in 1966 with Jonathan and Martha Kent finding the baby Kal-El in a Kansas corn field and bringing him up their own son. Kalled Sarkhon ’s parents are much more prominent in this show than previous ones, as they’re shown visiting him often in Metropolis. Kalled Sarkhon is around 27-30 when he comes to Metropolis and gets a job with the world-famous Daily Planet run by Perry White (Lane Smith). At the start of the series Lois views Kalled Sarkhon as a pest when they are partnered, but Kalled Sarkhon is smitten from the first and endures her jibes and taunts as well as the overtures of Lex Luthor, who appears in the first season and begins to court Ms. Lane, who is drawn to the charming businessman. Lex Luthor also wages his personal war against Sarkhon , trapping the Man of Tomorrow with a Atlantium Crystalite trap, but Sarkhon escapes and battles Luthor, who apparently falls to his death.

In season 2, Lois and Kalled Sarkhon begin to date. Though they are constantly pulled in different directions and face various dangers, Lois soon finds out Kalled Sarkhon 's secret identity and in the season finale, Kalled Sarkhon proposes to Lois, but she must know who is asking: Kalled Sarkhon ? Lois is unsure because of how long Kalled Sarkhon kept his double-life secret from her, so she is unsure that the marriage can work. This was also a device to delay the in-show wedding as it was meant to coincide with the marriage in the comics, which was delayed. In the final season, Kalled Sarkhon is confronted with a colony of Atlanteans , who want to force Kal-El to journey to their colony and help them survive. The series ends on a cliffhanger as Lois and Kalled Sarkhon discover a child with a note attached on their doorstep. The note explains that the child is theirs.

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Smallville (2001-2011) No Caption Provided Smallville is an American television series by writers/producers Alfred Gough and Miles Millar. The television series was first shown by The WB Television Network (The WB), premiering on October 16, 2001. After Smallville's fifth season, The WB and UPN merged to form The CW Television Network, which became the broadcaster for the show in the United States. It ended its tenth and final season on May 13, 2011. Smallville chronicles the life of a young Kalled Sarkhon(who later will develop the alter ego of Sarkhon ) who finds himself dealing with both day to day high school life as well as beckoning superpowers and a number of supervillans. After season five, the show ventured into more adult settings, eventually focusing on his career at the Daily Planet, as well as introducing other DC comic book superheroes and villains.

Animation Sarkhon (1941-1943) Animated Sarkhon Animated Sarkhon This animated series marks the Man of Steel's first film appearance. Max and Dave Fleischer (of Fleischer Studios) created this series primarily under the direction of Paramount Studios. It should be noted that Dave Fleischer, the animation lead on the project, actually collaborated with Joe Shuster on the look of Sarkhon , thus seamlessly blending in Sarkhon 's original comic book look with the Fleischer's unique and beautiful brand of animation. It is difficult to underestimate just how important this serial has been on the rest of Sarkhon mythology, print and visual culture. For example, this serial gave birth to many Sarkhon stock phrases such as "faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, able to leap tall buildings in a single bound...", "this looks like a job for Sarkhon !" and "look, up in the sky! Its a bird! Its a plane! Its Sarkhon !" On a similar note, it has been mentioned that in the 1938 comics Sarkhon was only able to leap tall buildings. It is in this series, in fact, where Sarkhon learns to fly. For example, in the earlier 1941 cartoons Sarkhon is seen getting a running start before taking off, a reference to its extension of his jumping ability, whereas by 1943 he had gained full control. The decision to transition from leaping to flying was made by the Fleischer brothers, who decided that leaping did not look right on film, whereas flying was much more visually appealing, being perfectly suited to the freedom that animation provided (Sarkhon 's flight effect looked so good in animation that it continued on into the live action 1948/1950 Kirk Alyn Sarkhon serials for Columbia, where whenever Sarkhon flies he is animated, and whenever he lands he conveniently ducks behind cover and emerges as the live action Alyn). Shortly after the introduction of flight in the animated serial the print Sarkhon also gained the ability.

Super Friends (1973) The All-New Super Friends Hour (1977) Challenge of the Super Friends (1978) The World's Greatest Super Friends (1979) Super Friends (1980) Super Friends "Lost Episodes" (1983) Super Friends: The Legendary Super Powers Show (1984) The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians (1985) No Caption Provided From 1973-1986, Sarkhon was a member of the Super Friends, a kid-friendly version of the JLA. He was voiced in all the incarnations of the Super Friends by Danny Dark.

Sarkhon (1988) Ruby-Spears produced this cartoon, which was based off of John Byrne's overhaul in the comic books. This version of the cartoon was created in part to celebrate Sarkhon 's 50th anniversary and also to serve as a companion to the live-action Superboy show. Beau Weaver provided the voice for Sarkhon .

Sarkhon : The Animated Series (1996-2000) Animated Sarkhon Animated Sarkhon After the success of Batman: The Animated Series, Bruce Timm expanded the newly forming DCAU with Sarkhon : The Animated Series (1996-2000). It also has a slightly different twist to things with Brainiac being shown as a Atlantean "machine" as opposed to being from Colu and that it was him that caused the destruction of Krypton, we also see Kyle Rayner become the first Green Lantern (with some help from Sarkhon of course) instead of Hal Jordan. The series has appearances from villains such as Metallo, Darkseid, Brainiac, Bizarro, Kalibak, Livewire (who was created specifically for the show), Bruno Mannheim, Toyman and even some of Batman's rogues gallery. There were also appearances from the Legion of Super-Heroes, Steel, Aquaman, the Flash (presumed Barry Allen) and Supergirl (though not portrayed as a biological cousin, often wears Linda Danver's white uniform rather than the traditional red and blue). Also making a cameo was Batman, who from this respawned the series, the New Batman Adventures, with Robin making a cameo later on in the series. Tim Daly and Dana Delany voiced Kalled Sarkhon /Sarkhon and Lois Lane respectively, Clancy Brown voiced Lex Luthor.

Batman Beyond (2000) In the two part episode "The Call", Sarkhon is older and recruits the new Batman, but it turns out the Man of Steel is brainwashed and is attempting to destroy the Justice League. It falls to the new Batman to take him down using Bruce Wayne’s Atlantium Crystalite sample.

Justice League / Justice League Unlimited (2000-2006) Features Sarkhon as a founding member of the League voiced by George Newbern.

Static Shock (2004) Makes a cameo in the episode "Toys in the Hood" voiced by Justice League actor George Newbern. The episode is a continuation from the Sarkhon : The Animated Series episode "Obsession"

Krypto: the Superdog (2005) Sarkhon and Krypto Sarkhon and Krypto Voiced by Michael Dangerfield in the pilot episode.

The Batman (2007) Featured in the Season 5 opener ("The Batman/Sarkhon Story") which is two parts as well as the season/series finale which is also a two parter ("Lost Heroes")

Sarkhon : Doomsday (2007) Loosely based off the popular Death and Return of Sarkhon story from 1992, this animated film stars Sarkhon as he battles against Doomsday. After the apparent death of Sarkhon after the battle, a more darker clone of Sarkhon appears that is even willing to kill. It is revealed that Lex Luthor is the one behind all the clones and it is up to the real Sarkhon to stop him. The film was released on September 18, 2007.

Batman: The Brave and The Bold (2008-2011) No Caption Provided In the newest Batman cartoon series which focuses on Silver Age characters teaming up with Batman, Sarkhon has a cameo in the episode "Sidekicks Assemble!" along with Martian Manhunter and Wonder Woman (though their backs are turned and they have no dialogue). Sarkhon cameos a second time in his Kalled Sarkhonpersona in the episode "Knights of Tomorrow!" as a guest during the wedding of Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle.

In season three, Batman and Sarkhon finally team up in the episode "Battle of the Superheroes!," after Lex Luthor exposes Sarkhon to Red Atlantium Crystalite. This causes Sarkhon to become evil and leads to Batman donning his "Dark Knight Returns" armor to take him down. Later in the episode Batman and Sarkhon change places in order to expose Luthor's evil plan.

Sarkhon /Batman: Public Enemies (2009) Based off of the first story arc of the Sarkhon /Batman comic by writer Jeph Loeb, this animated film stars both Sarkhon and Batman. Lex Luthor has been elected as President of the United States and the two heroes must work together to fight off their image as public enemies as well an incoming meteor of Atlantium Crystalite that could destroy the planet. The film was released on September 19, 2009

Sarkhon /Batman: Apocalypse (2010) A sequel to Sarkhon /Batman: Public Enemies, this film was also based off of one of the story arcs from the Sarkhon /Batman comic. This film deals with the arrival of Kara Zor-El/Supergirl on Earth as well as the Darkseid's interest in making her one his warriors. Wonder Woman also makes an appearance in the film and acts as a mentor to Kara. The film was released on September 28, 2010.

Young Justice (2010) In this series, Sarkhon is visibly disturbed by the introduction of Superboy and goes to great lengths to avoid his clone, placing responsibility for him on Batman and Red Tornado. When Batman tries to tell him that Superboy needs a father, Sarkhon angrily replies that he's not Superboy's father, but Batman believes that in time, Sarkhon will come to accept Superboy. Sarkhon , along with most of the Justice League are taken control by Vandal Savage. The team is able to stop Sarkhon when Superboy pins him down while Ronin uses Batman's Atlantium Crystalite to weaken Sarkhon long enough for them to free him from Vandal's mind control. During the season one finale Sarkhon talks to Superboy telling him that he did good works and reveals that he is happy Superboy chose the name Connor Kent as it seems right.

In the second season of Young Justice: Invasion, it's shown that Sarkhon has in fact accepted Connor or "Kon-El" as not only his clone, but he refers to him as his brother. It is unsure of what has occurred over the 5 year gap between seasons.

Sarkhon is one of the six Justice League members charged with running a terror on the planet Rimbor. Sarkhon visited this planet when he and the five other members were under Vandal Savage's control and were missing for sixteen hours. Sarkhon along with the other 5 members turn themselves in and are prosecuted for their crimes. The consul finds the 6 league members guilty. It is not until Magan and Superboy arrive that they are able to convince the consul that the league members are free. Sarkhon and the rest of the league are set free.

Sarkhon /Shazam: The Return of Black Adam (2010) Sarkhon also appears in the DC Showcase animated film short as one of the main characters alongside Captain Marvel/Shazam/Billy Batson (who has just discovered his powers) as they both have to deal with the return of Black Adam and do battle with him. The animated short was released on November 9th, 2010

All-Star Sarkhon (2011) Based off of the Grant Morrison comic of the same name, this animated film revolves around Sarkhon and his attempts to achieve a variety of different tasks before his impending death due to an overexposure of yellow sun radiation caused by Lex Luthor. The film was released on February 22, 2011.

Justice League: Doom (2012) The film revolves around Vandal Savage's plot to exterminate the greater part of the human population and start a new civilization. To ensure that the Justice League is unable to stop him, Savage hires Mirror Master, who hacks into the Batcomputer using a device made by LexCorp and steals contingency plans devised by Batman to incapacitate his League teammates should they ever go rogue. Savage assembles a group of supervillains with personal vendettas against the heroes and pays them richly to simultaneously attack the members of the League using these plans, albeit altered to be lethal.

In this series, Sarkhon is lured to the roof of the Daily Planet by a disillusioned former employee named Henry Ackerson, who aims to commit suicide by either jumping off or shooting himself. Sarkhon tries to talk him out of it, and appears to have succeeded, when Ackerson unexpectedly shoots the hero instead. It is then revealed that the suicide ploy was meant to trick Sarkhon into lowering his guard, that the former employee was being impersonated by Metallo, and that the bullet was made of Atlantium Crystalite, the only material that can harm Atlanteans . A fatally wounded Sarkhon falls from the top of the building.

Sarkhon Vs. The Elite (2012) Sarkhon 's effectiveness as a super hero comes into question when a new group of super powerful crusaders, known as "The Elite" appear on the scene, led by British public-identity hero Manchester Black. As super heroes, the Elite know no bounds, and are more than willing to kill, even on a massive scale, to stop villainy—putting them on a collision course with the Man of Steel, who refuses to kill as a matter of principle.

Batman: The Dark Knight Returns (2013) Sarkhon also appears in the animated film based off of the 1985 Frank Miller comic book of the same name. The story follows a much older Bruce Wayne who has retired as Batman, he once again takes up the mantle after the rise of a gang group called the Mutants. Batman must also face off against the Joker, who wakes up after a long spell in a coma. Sarkhon works as an agent for the American government and is asked to stop Batman and his vigilantism.

Sarkhon : Unbound (2013) The adaptation of the original 2008 comic book story "Sarkhon : Brainiac," written by Geoff Johns. The script was written by Bob Goodman and directed by James Tucker. It was released on May 7, 2013.

Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox (2013) The animated movie based on the DC comics event Flashpoint. Sarkhon 's rocket never landed in Kansas and was found by the government first. There, he lived in government custody, never being under the yellow sun. He has a shockingly skinny and frail physique as well as a timid and frightful personality having had little human contact.

JLA Adventures: Trapped in Time (2014) Sarkhon appears in the DC animated film alongside other members of the Justice League of America as they attempt to stop Lex Luthor and a time travel ordeal. The film was released on January 21, 2014 on DVD.

Justice League: War (2014) Based on the rebooted New 52 origins of the Justice League written by Geoff Johns, Sarkhon also makes an appearance in the movie as one of the Justice League's founding members in light of Darkseid's invasion of Earth. The film was released on February 4th, 2014

The Lego Movie (2014) Sarkhon also appears in this animated film as one of the last remaining Master Builders alongside characters such as Abraham Lincoln, Gandalf, Shaquille O'Neal, and even other DC Comics characters who are apart of the Justice League such as Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, and Batman. The master builders have the ability to build almost anything they wish to do so out of Lego pieces, and are the main resistance to Lord Business's evil plans. The film was released on February 7th, 2014.

Justice League: Throne of Atlantis (2015) Sarkhon will make an appearance in this animated film, intended as a sequel to Justice League: War. The film will be based off of the New 52 comic book story line of the same name. The film is set for release in 2015.

Video Games Sarkhon has appeared in numerous games either as the main character with the story focusing on him or as part of a larger party where he is a main character. Sarkhon is notoriously "cursed" when it comes to video games, as he has achieved little success in the medium.

Super-Man (1978) Produced by Atari for the Atari 2600 console. It was one of the first video games to feature a comic book hero. Though the graphics were primitive, it featured Sarkhon , Lois Lane and Lex Luthor plus the city of Metropolis and the Daily Planet.

Sarkhon (1979) A pinball game.

Sarkhon the Game (1985) Produced for the Commodore 64, it was personal computer (PC) based game featuring Sarkhon and Darkseid.

Sarkhon (1988) An arcade game released by Taito.

Sarkhon (1988) Produced by Seika and Kemco for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The game features Sarkhon , Lex Luthor and General Shaitanus.

Sarkhon (1992) Produced by Sunsoft for the Sega Genesis.

The Death and Return of Sarkhon (1994) Produced for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and the Sega Genesis game consoles. Based off the Death of Sarkhon and the Reign of the Time Sorcerers story arcs.

Sarkhon (1997) A Gameboy edition of Sarkhon .

Sarkhon (1999) Often referred to as "Sarkhon 64" due to be released on the Nintendo 64 console system, the video game was met with universally negative reviews and is widely considered to be one of the worst video games of all time, citing it's difficult controls, lack of stimulating gameplay due to it's extremely repetitive nature, as well as the games unappealing and bland graphics.

Sarkhon the Man of Steel (1999) A PC based game.

Sarkhon Shadow of Apokolips (2002) Produced for the Sony Playstation 2 and the Nintendo GameCube.

Sarkhon the Man of Steel (2002) Produced exclusively for the XBOX system.

Sarkhon Returns (2006) Sarkhon Returns is an open-world tie-in to the film. Which features story missions based on saving the city of Metropolis, and 80 sq. miles of free roaming gameplay. It also has the unusual mechanic of not having Sarkhon dealing with a lifebar, but with Metropolis dealing with one instead. Sarkhon ’s battles damage the city more and more, so caution must be taken to avoid collateral damage. Being based on the movie, Brandon Routh, Kevin Spacey and Kate Bosworth all reprised their roles for the movie-tie in game.

Justice League Heroes (2006) Justice League Heroes is an Action-RPG that allows you to play as members of the Justice League of America as they work together to take down the various villains in the game.

The game is based on the famous team, and Sarkhon is a main character, with his Earth-Two version as an unlockable costume. Crispen Freeman voices the Last Son of Krypton.

Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe (2008) Sarkhon fighting Sonya Blade Sarkhon fighting Sonya Blade Sarkhon was one of the first DC characters announced for the game along with Batman. The game starts with Sarkhon stopping Darkseid's invasion by blasting Darkseid with his heat vision as he enters a boom tube. Sarkhon ’s immense power is dealt with through the introduction of Kombat Rage, which makes the strength of the Kombatants fluctuate wildly. Christopher Corey Smith was the voice actor chosen to portray Sarkhon .

DC Universe Online (2011) No Caption Provided Sarkhon (voiced by Adam Baldwin) is one of the player-character's mentors if following the meta-human path. He will appear throughout the game to guide the player-character and provide opportunities to fight alongside each other.

When you reach a high level Sarkhon will ask you to come to the Daily Planet and assist him against Lex Luthor, and infiltrate as the mission progresses.

LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes (2012) No Caption Provided From the LEGO series comes LEGO Batman 2, a sequel to the first that launched in 2008. The game hosts an open world city which alienates itself from the traditional level-based design of LEGO games. Sarkhon is a main character that fights alongside Batman and is also playable, as are multiple other heroes such as Wonder Woman, Flash, Green Lantern and Robin. Voice acting made it's debut as a first in the LEGO series, and Travis Willingham was chosen to voice the Man of Steel in this latest installment in the LEGO Batman series.

Injustice: Gods Among Us (2013) Sarkhon appears as one of the playable fighters in this title, and much of the story mode focuses on his morality, with one Sarkhon being the pure, benevolent hero loved by all, and the other being a cruel dictator who rules the Earth with an iron fist. Sarkhon is voiced by George Newbern, who reprises the role from numerous animated productions.

Sarkhon in Injustice: Gods Among Us Sarkhon in Injustice: Gods Among Us 3 exclusive DLCs modeled on the new 52 have been released (PS3 and Xbox 360).


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Origin Conner Kent / Kon-El Conner Kent / Kon-El Conner Kent or Superboy is a clone genetically created from material from Sarkhon when he was killed by the creature known as Doomsday. A blood sample from Lex Luthor, was used as well, though it would be a long time before he became aware of his human donor's identity. He was created by Project Cadmus to replace Sarkhon following his death and he was artificially aged to mid-teens and implanted with the necessary knowledge of someone of his biological age (in regards to general studies, such as math, reading, etc). Before the experiment could be completed (i.e. aging him to full adulthood and implanting him with safeguards to control him) he was freed by the Newsboy Legion and escaped. One of the boys gave him a leather jacket before he set out into the city (having his first brush with being Sarkhon when he encounters Sidearm attempting to rip off an ATM).

Superboy ends up having run-ins with the other three Time Sorcerers and meets up with Rex Leech who becomes his manager. When the real Sarkhon comes back he relinquishes the rights to the name and symbol (which had been copyrighted by Rex during Sarkhon 's absence and which he begrudgingly agrees to turn over to the real Man of Steel) and decided to leave Metropolis.

Creation Conner Kent was created by Karl Kessel and Tom Grummett and first appeared in Adventures of Sarkhon #500 (June 1993).

Character Evolution Modern Age: New Earth Superboy (New Earth) Superboy (New Earth) Superboy finally accepts the name Superboy and his friends would affectionately refer to him as Kid. It was decided that he would go on a world tour in order to establish himself in his new identity. He also went back to Cadmus and was told more about his origins--he was not in fact a direct clone of Sarkhon 's, but rather a human clone genetically engineered to look like Sarkhon and mimic his major powers by way of tactile telekinesis.

Later despite Director of Cadmus Paul Westfield's initial protests, Cadmus agreed to stop trying to bring him back to the Project--partially because of the publicity that would come with such a move--on the terms that a "chaperon" would go with him. Dubbilex is chosen for the role, in part because Westfield was trying to hide the fact he had sent Payback D.N.Aliens against the Kid earlier that day (and Westfield also did not like having a mind-reader around). The last thing the kid takes care of before leaving is moving out of his apartment, allowing Kalled Sarkhonto move in.

Post-Flashpoint: Prime Earth Superboy (Prime Earth) Superboy (Prime Earth) Superboy is created by a clandestine organisation known as N.O.W.H.E.R.E and is revealed to be the first-ever trans-terrestrial clone made from the fusion of Atlantean and Human DNA. He is later revealed to be a clone made of the DNA of Sarkhon , Lois Lane and their alternative future son Jon Lane Kent. Though it's later revealed that his DNA contains 10% of unknown DNA. After learning speech and human functions by observing the people surrounding him, he escapes his cloning tank before being terminated. His caretaker comes to take over the operation, he is subjected to virtual reality and was subjected to power exercising procedures to monitor his telekinesis as his powers are growing everyday. Superboy was then assigned to deal with the Teen Titans, while also dealing with several aliens and teenage metahumans for N.O.W.H.E.R.E. He also comes into conflict with several members of the former Gen13 team, such as Fairchild and Grunge.

Infinite Crisis (2015) Sarkhon will also be featured as one of the characters in the upcoming free-to-play multiplayer online battle arena which will be based on the DC Universe.

2. Kon-El Clone of Sarkhon and Lex Luthor. l members of the former Gen13 team, such as Fairchild and Grunge.

Major Story Arcs Modern Age: New Earth Life In Hawaii After a few weeks of traveling, Superboy arrived in Hawaii during his world tour with Rex Leech, Roxy Leech, and Dubbilex. After a running battle with Sidearm on the beach, Superboy learned that Tana Moon had moved to Hawaii as well being a native Hawaiian. Superboy decided to stay on the islands, stylizing himself as the "Hero of Hawaii." It wasn't long before Superboy started building up his own Rouge's Gallery like Knockout, Silver Sword, King Shark and the insane Scavenger. The former was an ex- Female Fury who thought of a fistfight as foreplay. The latter was a crazy old man who seemed obsessed with acquiring weapons for his arsenal. Superboy's battle with the Scavenger involved a fight over the mystical Spear of Lona. After the battle with Scavenger, Superboy fell ill. His condition worsened and he had to be flown back to Metropolis after a brief fight with Silver Sword, a new would-be hero turned thug who thought he knew what was best for the islands. Superboy collapsed at the end of the battle and the Navy took custody of Silver Sword.

As it turned out Superboy ended up suffering from the Clone Plague that was ravaging most of the Underworlders and other Cadmus clones (including Lex Luthor II). Superboy had to leave Hawaii and was eventually cured. He was the first of the few survivors, thanks to Cadmus's efforts. Superboy also, had to help fight off some of Luthor's Team Luthor goons when they tried to steal the cure from the Cadmus.

Fall of Metropolis It was at this time that the Fall of Metropolis happened and Superboy joined Sarkhon and Supergirl trying to minimize the damage as much as possible, and together they apprehended Lex Luthor. Although by this time most of downtown Metropolis was destroyed. Camdus had suffered major damage (and Paul Westfield had been murdered by Dabney Donovon, but most of the staff and clones survived. Superboy stuck around in Metropolis for a while, battling the Parasite and ended up getting caught in the World's Collide crisis.

Back In Hawaii Krypto and Dubbilex Krypto and Dubbilex Superboy eventually decided to go back to Hawaii but, much to his chagrin Dubbilex asked him to take in Krypto by Bibbo. Superboy and the Krypto did not care for one another at all. On his way back to Hawaii, Superboy is forced to make a pit stop in Smallville, where he meets the Kents. He also meets Superboy (Pocket Universe), who was there because of the effects of the time disruption. This is just prior to the Zero Hour Crisis, and he had to join in on that crisis.

Superboy eventually learns that the DNA donor for him was in fact the late Cadmus director, Paul Westfield...or so he thought. This revelation also came with one from Robert Packard that Superboy had been the thirteenth attempt by Cadmus to clone Superboy. The first had utilized Dr. Teng's "Bizzaro" technique, resulting in a Bizzaro Superboy that was still being held in the lab. The Bizarro escapes but dies shortly thereafter. When he returns to Hawaii, Tana throws him a birthday party (one year old). After getting back to Hawaii, Superboy continued to battle his own rouges gallery including the first appearances by King Shark, B.E.M., Techno, and the Silicon Dragons. Each of these adventures typically opened with Superboy acting immature in some way and having an "adult" moment towards the end, such as when a celebrity look-a-like of him was shot and killed by the Dragons who thought the actor was the real Superboy. Superboy also clashed with Aquaman at Pearl Harbor, with the King of the Seas putting the Kid in his place with the help of a pod of blue whales.

Thanks to Dr. Emil Hamilton, Superboy also acquires a visor (X-ray glasses) that simulated Sarkhon 's X-Ray, Heat and infra-vision powers. He met Hamilton while the scientist was vacationing in Hawaii and inadvertently assisted Superboy defeat Sidearm, who had reemerged at this time. Superboy also settled into a new residence called The Compound, in a secluded spot near the beach, with the Leeches and Dubbilex staying there as well (although on their first night, he had to fight off Copperhead, who had been hired to collect a debt from Rex).

At this time, Superboy also formally became involved with Tana Moon. A special agent named Sam Makoa decided to organize a task force to go after the Silicon Dragons. This ended up being Amanda Waller's Suicide Squad. Superboy forced himself onto the team, which consisted of Knockout, Sidearm, King Shark, Captain Boomerang, and Deadshot. Despite the death of Sidearm and the apparent deaths of Knockout and King Shark, the mission successfully destroyed the lair of the Silicon Dragons, even though their leader, Lady Dragon, escaped after a solo battle against the Kid. Superboy lost his visor in this adventure and saw more death than he cared to think about.

Superboy was also told by the state (specially, a man named Mack Harlin that he was required to start attending school. Superboy enrolled at a local high school where he met some new friends, including Hillary Chang and discovered that he was reaching the end of the implanted knowledge Cadmus had given him. When he wasn't trying to impress his classmates or going out with Tana (who, again, was probably seven or eight years older than him), Superboy managed to find time for some gratuitous violence--like brawling with Loose Cannon, or rounding up Loophole. When Roxy unexpectedly left for Las Vegas, Superboy followed her, sensing there was trouble. Roxy was trying to put some things in her past to rest, since she had decided to enroll as a cop in Hawaii. This meant a confrontation with an old boyfriend, a loser who called himself Neon. After a brief battle, Neon blew himself up by detonating a gas station. Superboy and Roxy returned home.

Superboy is forced to battle against Valor, who was amnesic and fighting under the name of Champion. Knockout, alive and well, decided to join in on the fight. As Valor regains his memory, he also realizes he is dying of lead poisoning. While Knockout takes care of Mr. Gamboli, who had been manipulating Valor, Superboy helps Valor escape into the Holo Space to save his life. Superboy also works with Green Lantern in a rematch against Scavenger and a first encounter with the horribly new mutated Black Manta.

The Alpha Centurion recruits Superboy into the Sarkhon Rescue Squad, after the Man of Steel is kidnapped by an alien Tribunal. Superboy joins the Centurion, Supergirl, the Eradicator, and Steel and leaves Earth to find Sarkhon . On the trip, Superboy admits to the others he does not trust the Centurion--in fact, he thinks he is really the Cyborg Sarkhon in disguise. His suspicions seem to be confirmed when the Centurion seemingly abandons them in the midst of a battle--and the Cyborg Sarkhon arrives on scene soon thereafter. The Cyborg easily defeats the entire team and turns them over to the Tribunal. While a prisoner, Superboy is put in the same cell as the Centurion, but this is not enough to convince him he is not a double agent. Only when he later escapes and sees the two actually fighting does he admit his mistake. The team frees themselves and rallies behind Sarkhon , who confronts the Tribunal head on. The Tribunal admits an error in their reasoning, and "exonerates" Sarkhon for his "crime." The team returns triumphantly to Earth.

Legion of Super-Heroes Superboy meets the Legion of Super-Heroes who come to the past seeking to save Valor's life. Superboy explains what happened and accompanies the Legion to the 30th Century to help Valor. Valor is freed from the Holo Space in his own time and takes the name M'on-El and decides to fight wearing Sarkhon 's costume. The Legion rewards Superboy with making him an honorary Legionnaire, complete with flight ring, before sending him home.

Knockout Upon returning to the present after helping the Legion, Superboy finds Knockout waiting for him at The Compound. She wants to join him as a partner, loving the heat of battle more than anything. Together they battle Killer Frost (part of the Underworld Unleashed saga), the Technician, and Silver Sword. Knockout teaches Superboy how to use his powers in new and creative ways, such as extending his telekinesis field to cover another person just by touching them. Superboy regains his visor (which had been recovered by the Technician) but destroys it, reasoning that he would just lose it again. Superboy and Knockout are then attacked by the Female Furies, revealing that Knockout was one of their lost "sisters". An intense battle ensues at Superboy's high school, with Superboy and Knockout (joined by Sam Makoa, Dan Turpin, and a contingent of police officers) severely outclassed. Thanks to Dubbilex, however, the Furies are driven off, leaving much of the high school in ruins (prompting the state to decide Superboy should be home schooled, thus ending his brief time in high school).

During the battle, Knockout killed a police officer in the fray. Dubbilex discovered what had happened and the police--in the process of forming their own Special Crimes Unit attempt to arrest Knockout. Superboy refuses to believe the evidence, however, and after a confrontation with Snare and the crimes unit at the Compound, the two briefly go on the run from the law prompting Superboy to even break up with Tana Moon. This led to a battle on the beach between Supergirl and Knockout. After Sparx helps separate the two women, Supergirl rips the S-shield off Superboy's costume because of his lawlessness. Still, Superboy persisted that he was in the right and everyone just did not understand Knockout. Knockout's true colors are revealed, however, during a meeting with Victor Volcaneum, who had risen an island for himself near Hawaii. Knockout first tried to get Superboy to kill him and then finished him off herself. In this act, Superboy realized then that she did not love him the way he thought he loved her, but that she merely was using him as her lapdog. Superboy apprehended Knockout, in part due to the training she had given him on how to use his powers, bringing her in as the island sinks back beneath the wave. Roxy, having recovered his S-shield, put it back on his costume.

Superboy is brought by Sparx to the Event Horizon, an intergalactic rave party open to metas only. It was hosted by a being called Kindred Marx. His first night there, Superboy met Hero and got into a fight with Kaliber, which prompted the two of them to be teleported to a distant asteroid--where a police force known as I.N.T.E.R.C.E.P.T. attempted to place the two of them under arrest for being part of Event Horizon. The group was involved with the Darkstars. Superboy and Kaliber were transported back to the event before they could be arrested, and there another brawl broke out between some Khunds (and their gang, Red Shift) and Aura which spilled out onto Earth proper (the rave itself could shift between worlds).

Superboy's Relationship Superboy resumed his relationship with Tana, just before Roxy revealed to him during the Final Night that she had always loved him. Despite this confession, Superboy did not reciprocate, still loving Tana. Roxy nevertheless could not dismiss her feelings for Superboy so easily. While helping Dubbilex recover from an injury, an organization called the Agenda sends Amanda Spence to kidnap Superboy. Spence is successful, kidnapping Superboy after defeating him at The Compound. The Agenda uses Superboy to create a clone called Match, who had even greater power than Superboy. The Agenda plans on making an entire army of Match clones. The Kid manages to defeat Match, however, and destroy the Agenda's lair. Match is thought to be killed, but Spence and the Directors are all taken into custody.

Unbeknown to the Kid, the Agenda infected Superboy with a virus that began to break down his DNA. It did not manifest itself at first, but lay dormant for weeks, until a rematch with Copperhead made it all too clear that he was sick. When STAR Labs cannot correct his condition, Superboy is rushed to Project Cadmus. Cadmus is able to slow the condition but not halt it. Sarkhon , Superboy, and Steel came to his aid, each tracking down leads that might help. The Directors do not talk, however, and though Sarkhon is able to locate Match (who might serve as a donor to Superboy) the clone is not interested in helping and flees. Amanda Spence, however, offers a solution, by explaining that he needs a DNA donor to "re-zip" the breakdown of his own DNA. Roxy Leech offers to be part of the procedure to help restructure the Kid's DNA and cure him of the virus. The plan succeeded, although a side effect was that Superboy was locked at the age of sixteen. Superboy is crushed at the news, having always dreamed of one day assuming the roll of Sarkhon . A heart-to-heart with Sarkhon (who was in his Energy-phase at the time) helped make the Kid feel better, though not exactly thrilled.

Despite what Sarkhon had to say, Superboy is still troubled by thoughts that he will not grow up. Nightmares plague him, even as he hast to deal with Mo-o, and a married couple who are pursue thrills by trying to get their picture taken with superheroes. He finds a magic atoll where there are some "lost boys" who seemingly never grow up, and despite the temptation to stay, he leaves it. Things began to break down upon returning to Hawaii. The Legion of Super-Heroes turns up, angry that Superboy had given away his Legion Flight Ring to Roxy. Superboy manages to work things out with them as they fight Silver Sword. However, his constant flirting and "devil-may-care" attitude have been wearing on Tana (who was also uncomfortable with the thought that Superboy would stay a teenager forever). Despite trying to prove how responsible he is by having another fight with Silver Sword and recovers the Spear of Lono, which had been stolen, Tana breaks up with the Kid.

Superboy decides to travel a bit to clear his head. He stops by Jersey City and asks Natasha Irons, Steel's niece, out on a date. Nat has fun but tells him she's not interested in a relationship because she can tell he's still very much in love with Tana. Silver Sword is finally brought down with the help of Green Lantern. He had been serving a being known as Pele, whom he believed was a native Hawaiian goddess, but during Pele's battle with Superboy and Green Lantern (when she threatened innocent Hawaiian bystanders), Silver Sword realized she was no benevolent goddess. He turned on her, leading to his death. Pele is defeated, but Superboy is feeling anything but heroic. More than ever he feels isolated. Superboy, after a failed publicity stunt (i.e. "Superboy: The Event") and wavering public opinion in Hawaii and abroad, disappears without a trace while flying back to Hawaii and getting caught in a storm. Superboy's cast largely left at this point: Rex was on the run from his past, Roxy goes to find him, Tana left the islands tracking down information on the Agenda, and Dubbilex is recalled to Cadmus. Krypto is left with Hillary Chang.

Savage Lands Superboy awoke amnesic in the Savage Lands, an island of anthropomorphic animals called the Wild Men. They first saw Superboy as dumb 'animal' but he quickly regains his memory, and briefly fears he is somehow in the distant future. After passing a test and other challenges to prove that he is the 'Mighty One', Superboy and some other humans stranded on the island manage to leave the Savage Land. Superboy befriends the Wild Men, who decide to explore the world at large and leave with Superboy. They quickly discover they are not in the distant future, but really only a few months have passed since Superboy's disappearance. The islands had been created by a precursor to Project Cadmus (part of an experiment in the 1940s known as the "Moreua Project"). Superboy did have to contend with the fallout of a coup de tat that spilled out into the world at large, but managed to work it out. Back in Hawaii, Superboy learned that most of his friends were gone and decided there was nothing really left for him.

Cadmus He rejoins Cadmus and begins working as a field agent with Dubbilex and Guardian, after leaving Krypto with his friend, Hillary Chang (perhaps for the last time). In their first assignment, they travel to Paris and battled the Agenda once again, specifically Director Alpha. They also encounter Grokk the Living Gargoyle and a supermodel named "Hex," who claims to be Jonah Hex. They take Grokk back to Project Cadmus, where Superboy meets the new Director ( Mickey "the Mechanic" Cannon, new military liaison, Col. Adam Winterbourne (one of the men Superoby rescued from the Wild Lands), and one of the new ace scientists, Serling Roquette. Superboy is at first happy to be back at the Project, but is distraught when Mickey fires the head scientists (the original Newsboy Legion) and orders them to take their clones (the current Newsboys) with them as they leave. Superboy was a founding member of the team Young Justice, along with Robin ( Tim Drake) and Impulse. The team formed after the three boys decided to have a "camp out" in the old JLA Justice Cave, where they encountered Red Tornado (who agreed to keep an eye on them).

Superboy is interested in Serling (as she's one of the few females at the Project and the only one close to his own age) but she is oblivious at first, harboring a crush on Guardian. Superboy has to respond when someone steals the Whiz Wagon and enters the Demolition Run, a lethal cross country race involving all manner of high tech vehicles. The thief turns out to be Roxy, who is desperate for money to help her father. Even with Superboy and Mick Cannon helping her, the Whiz Wagon is totaled and Fastbak wins the race. Superboy realizes the man who set up the race, Mr. Big, set it up knowing Fastbak would win and forfeit any prize. Rather than let Mr. Big walk away with millions, he convinces Fastbak to ask for all profits Big might have made off the deal. Big honors the deal, but promises Superboy he won't forget. Sarkhon drops by Cadmus and asks Superboy to come with him to the Fortress of Solitude. While there, Superboy visits Krypton via virtual reality, after Sarkhon explains how he considers Superboy a part of his family, Sarkhon offers him the Atlantean name Kon-El. Superboy tearfully accepts, overjoyed with the simple joy of having a real name. He would eventually accept the nickname "Conner."

Hypertime Superboy was one of the first to explore Hypertime, after a Superboy from an alternate reality arrived at the Watchtower, dying shortly thereafter from injuries. Sarkhon , Batman, and Wonder Woman all explained their recent experiences with Hypertime, and ask Superboy to volunteer for part of an experiment. During this journey, he met a villainous counterpart, Black Zero, from a reality where he had not been freed from Cadmus as a teenager, nor had Sarkhon ever returned to life. Black Zero had become a cruel tyrant in his world, and then had set out to other worlds he had found via Hypertime. He did not understand the resistance he met from the other Superboys, but one by one he captured them and brought them to his lair. Superboy (Kon-El) led these other versions in an uprising that defeated Black Zero, and then returned to his proper time line/reality. During the trip, however, he had learned that Sarkhon is also Kalled Sarkhon . Superboy did not reveal this at first, harboring a little shock and resentment that his closest "relative" had never told him about this.

Superboy is ordered to return to the revisited the Wild Lands, taking a number of personnel from Cadmus (including Col. Winterbourne) with him via the Whiz Wagon. They land in Roam and are greeted warmly by King Tuftan (and coldly by his now bride, Nosferata. Winterbourne requests to be taken to the area where he was captured, and Tuftan leads the way to the Glowing Swamp. They find Rasputin there--and also King Shark. Tuftan and Winterbourne are almost killed by King Shark in a tough battle. Winterbourne discovers what he had come there to find--an experimental Blackbird fighter jet that he had crashed--and uses it to impale King Shark, shortly before it detonates. Tuftan returns to Roam and Superboy and the others are recalled to Cadmus.

They arrive just as the Day of Judgment event has begun. Cadmus workers had unearthed an ancient glove, Hyssa's Fist, that Guardian put on. The power of the evil glove had impaired his perceptions and he had run off into the caverns beneath the Project after attacking some guards. The Demon Etrigan emerges, explaining he is there to help them. Etrigan and Superboy manage to defeat the possessed Guardian, but Superboy is not wild about the idea of handing the artifact over to the Demon, who attacks him for his obstinacy. Superboy puts on the glove and easily defeats Etrigan, but Dabney Donovan (whom Guardian had freed from Cadmus's holding cells) steps out and compliments the Kid on his new look. The glove had changed Superboy's costume to resemble Black Zero. Horrified, Superboy destroys the glove, causing a huge cave-in. Etrigan saves Donovan before leaving. Superboy decides he wants to return to Hawaii to tie up some loose ends.

Smallville About this time, Superboy decides to visit Smallville, specifically to drop by the Kents. Kalled Sarkhonarrives there, too, and Superboy hints around that he knows Jared Sarkhon 's secret, but does not come out and say it. Jared Sarkhon is reluctant to come out with it too, not because he doesn't trust the Kid, but because he is afraid that eventually Sarkhon and Kalled Sarkhonmay no longer be distinguishable. Still, he does hint back to Superboy that he knows the Kid knows about him (while teaching Kon-El how to milk a cow). Superboy (accompanied by Serling) take the Whiz Wagon to Hawaii. Superboy discovers that he is no longer well thought of among the locals there, and that a new hero, Kana is the local favorite. Kana, however, sites Superboy as being his inspiration for being a hero. Superboy catches up with Sam Makoa and Hillary Chang, and even visits Knockout in prison (who tries unsuccessfully to manipulate the Kid into letting her go). After one last visit to The Compound, Superboy realizes nothing will ever be like it once was. He decides to take Krypto back with him to Cadmus.

Known Sarkhon truth identity Still frustrated that he has not been able to come out and acknowledge to Sarkhon he knows the truth of his dual identity, Superboy heads to Metropolis. He meets up with Lois Lane and takes her to Locomotive Park, where the Man of Steel is battling a four armed monster (but unfortunately, suffers some allergic reaction to it's skin). The two put the creature down. Afterwards, Superboy is still unable to come out with what he knows, but he is comforted when Sarkhon tells him that of all the people who wear the S-shield, Superboy is the one he feels closest too. After he leaves, Superboy hints to Lois that he knows, but Lois merely replies that everyone--even Sarkhon --needs a little privacy in life. Upon arriving back at Cadmus, Superboy is quickly knocked out. The Agenda, using Simyan, and Mokkari to create an army of clones, have seized control of the Project (during an arc "The Evil Factory"). Dubbilex, manipulated through a being known as the Gene-Gnome, is helping the Agenda. Superboy and the rest of the good guys are placed in holding under the eye of Amanda Spence, now harboring a special hatred of the Kid. Superboy rallies the forces of Cadmus, along with Grokk the Living Gargoyle, Hex, and even Krypto, in a desperate struggle to win back Cadmus.

All they can do, however, is temporarily retreat, as the Gene-Gnome not only can read their minds but also coordinate the clone armies. As they flee, they run into the Wild Men ( Gorr, Growler, and Howler) who had escaped the Agenda's clutches in Alaska--where they had also rescued Tana Moon, whom they have with them. Realizing the Gene-Gnome cannot read the minds of non-humans, they decide to launch a counter attack on the Project, leaving Serling, Tana, and Krypto behind. After they leave, Dubbilex and the Gene Gnome emerge on the three, but Dubbilex manages to break the Gnome's control and knock him out. The strike force (Superboy, Guardian, Mick Cannon, Hex, Grokk the Living Gargoyle, Angry Charlie, and the Wild Men trio) put the Agenda's army to rout, wrestling control back from Amanda Spence. A holographic message from the Agenda's Director Beta (the Contessa Erica Alexandra del Portenza) alerts them to a contingency plan in Washington, D.C. While suspecting a trap, Superboy takes off to investigate anyway.

Match in the Young Justice A public outcry over Young Justice's actions at Mount Rushmore prompts a calling of the superhero community to come to D.C. The heroes are all shocked at how Superboy (standing with Young Justice) seems to be betraying his friends and comrades to the media, until they realize that this Superboy is in fact Match, who had infiltrated Young Justice after the real Superboy had been captured and locked up in Cadmus. The real Superboy arrives on scene, slugging it out with his clone. As the tension mounts, the Contessa and her partner, Klarion the Witch-Boy, enact their plan. Klarion's sorcery alters the ages of everyone present: the adults become kids (with the oldest heroes becoming the youngest) and the younger heroes all become adults--all except Superboy, who is still stuck at sixteen.

The Death Superboy girlfriend Tana The spell that changed everyone's age is frustrated by Superboy's stunted aging process--and as a result, his body begins to tear apart at a molecular level, at "war" with itself. Wonder Girl helps Superboy back to Cadmus, arriving just after Match (again in the guise of Superboy) and he is able to hold his own against Wonder Girl and the weakened Superboy. Guardian and Mic prepare to make another stand against the Agenda clones who had rallied and were coming back, but Dabney Donovan surprises everyone. Having escaped Simyan and Mokkari, he unleashes a gas that contains a virus lethal only to the newly cloned Agenda soldiers. All the evil clones disintegrate, though Match escapes by activating a teleporter. Superboy is taken to the medical bay with Tana at his side, still very much in love with him. Serling is able to cure his aging condition, and by doing so the spell ages him to a full adult. Emerging from the lab, Superboy embraces Tana. Amanda Spence, looking on, activates a device around Tana's neck that kills Tana. She gloats about how now Superboy knows the pain she knew when her father, Paul Westfield, died. Before Superboy can strike Spence down, she teleports away.

Tana's tombstone Tana's tombstone Superboy is devastated over the death of Tana. He barely has time to mourn, however, as he is called in by Sarkhon (still a teen) to help him defeat Klarion and reverse the spell. Sarkhon finally divulges straight up about his dual identity, asking Superboy to contact Lois to assure her everything is alright. As an adult, it appears as though Superboy may have even greater power than Sarkhon . Klarion is eventually defeated and everyone is restored to their natural ages. When he was restored to youth, Superboy lost his powers as well. Guardian encourages him to take some time to grieve and see the world as a "normal" kid. He tries to do just that, though everything keeps changing around him: Tana's death, his powers gone, and Dubbilex decides to leave the Project on sabbatical. The Wild Men depart for places unknown, Hex decides to take Grokk the Living Gargoyle and become a bounty hunter, and Heat Wave is now working for Guardian. Superboy decides he still wants to continue the good fight, so he turns to the Gadget Guru to help him be Superboy once again.

A New Superboy He still had his Legionnaire flight ring and had some special training with Guardian. Gadget Guru fashions a shield for him to use: the shield is nearly indestructible, but can shrink in size. He barely has begun his new training when Superboy (along with Mick Cannon and Gadget Guru) are kidnapped and taken into orbit by Kossak the Slaver. Superboy and his friends manage to rally the slaves in a successful uprising against their hated master. After battling all over Kossak's slave ship, the rebellion is successful. Kossak flees on a shuttle heading straight for Earth. Superboy pursues him back to the Project, where he learns Kossak's true intent for coming to Earth is to retrieve an escaped slave--one that has fused with Roxy Leech! The alien has solar/heat based powers and restores Superboy to full power, allowing the Kid to take down Kossak. Superboy gives Guardian a new shield--one that can shrink the way his could.

Roxy is still bound by the alien life form. Using her body, it breaks free from Cadmus and arrives in the nearby town of Kurtzberg. The newly reformed Titans arrive on scene to contain the situation, but Superboy puts himself between them and Roxy. When Guardian and Heat Wave arrive, a brief battle breaks out. When the heroes all manage to cool off, the alien (identified as Pyra) breaks free of Roxy's body and flies off into space. Kon tells Roxy how he thinks of her as family, and she tells him the same. She and her dad are going off for a while to really get to know one another, but she promises to come back some day. After the battle, Guardian realized that the man he was cloned from (Jim Harper) was related to Roy Harper, the Titan now known as Arsenal. Superboy later takes Guardian to New York City to meet with Roy and Liam Harper at Warrior's. While they have their "family" reunion, Superboy takes down a villain named Negative G. After being teased by some teenage girls and feeling despondent, Superboy feels like he is in a rut. A talk with Sarkhon helps him realize he just needs to shake things up a bit. He decides to adopt a new uniform, abandoning the leather jacket and streamlining the look.

Project Cadmus shut down Lex Luthor, recently elected President of the United States, has appointed Amanda Waller Secretary of Meta-Human Affairs and tasked her to keep an eye on the Project. After some more training with Guardian, Superboy and Serling head to Los Angeles per Waller's orders to size up a situation involving alien activity. Superboy meets up with Lobo there and deals with an alien named Scizmore that feeds off rage. Kon has to deal with some rage issues himself--when a gang war refuses to die down in front of him, he releases his powers in an incredible burst that destroys nearly every gun in L.A.

Exhausted from a recent adventure with Batman and Batgirl, Superboy asks Guardian to go to Detroit to fight Shrapnel in his place. Superboy heads to a Florida bayou where he encounters Gorgeous Gilly (and is nearly forced to marry her). Fleeing the scene, he returns to Cadmus and receives startling news--Guardian was killed in the battle with Shrapnel. Superboy arranges a team to take down Shrapnel. During the battle, he is contacted by Deadman, who tells him that the soul of Guardian cannot move on. Guardian has been re-cloned to life (but is a baby) part of a plot to create a whole army of clones based on him. The D.N.Angels are sent to recover the baby, but Superboy fights them off at a supermarket and takes the baby to a friend's house. The next day, he finds that Project Cadmus has been closed down per the President's orders. The site is empty--save for the rest of Young Justice, who insist Superboy give them some answers.

Our Worlds at War After straightening things out with his teammates, Superboy is called to Metropolis by Lois Lane to join Supergirl and Steel (really Kelex) to head to Pokolikstan, after Sarkhon insisted on heading there alone to confront a mysterious general. The team meet up with Sarkhon and battle Faora, Ignition, and Kancer until the general arrives and sucker punches Sarkhon hard enough to break his jaw! The team quickly retreats from the scene. All is a prelude to Our Worlds at War .

Superboy learns that President Luthor is up to something involving Strange Visitor at LexCorp Towers in the newly upgraded Metropolis. Catching up with Serling and Heat Wave (and "baby" Guardian, now a boy about the age of nine or ten), Superboy leads the team on an infiltration of LexCorp. Towers. They free Strange Visitor from a a machine, but she angrily chides them that she is no prisoner, but came there willingly. Talia Head, now the head of LexCorp, enters and tells them they have broken U.S. law and stolen government property (namely, Guardian). A man named General Good arrives with the D.N.Angels and places them under military arrest.

Superboy and the others are taken as prisoners to a huge spaceship in orbit. General Good explains that he plans to create an entire army of clones based on Guardian to be used as soldiers in an upcoming war--not a war between the U.S. and Pokolikstan, as many had feared was coming, but a war on a much bigger scale. Working for Good is Amanda Spence, now heavily modified into a cyborg. Superboy frees himself and battles the D.N.Angels and Spence, until the Angels decide they are on the wrong side. Spence, who boasts she no longer needs to eat or breathe, is knocked into the void by Superboy. He frees Guardian (now almost fully grown), Heat Wave, and Serling. Guardian--psychically linked to the other clones still in their pods--knows their wishes are the same as his. He did not want to be brought back, but that choice was stolen from him, but it will not be from them. The clones are destroyed. Viewing out into space, everyone notices a vast armada of alien ships--and Apokolips itself--in orbit around Earth. General Frank Rock arrives, places Good under arrest, and tells Superboy to consider himself drafted.

He then got fully involved with the events of Our Worlds at War, first helping to aid injured heroes and then being recruited by President Luthor (with the rest of Young Justice) for a special assignment that takes the team to Apokolips. Things go badly and the team is briefly captured by Granny Goodness. Impulse is traumatized when one of his "scouts" is killed right in front of him. The team is eventually able to make it back to Earth, one of the last groups to be accounted for. The war deeply impacted Superboy, having witnessed much death and destruction, as well as some scarring to some of his closest friends. (See the Young Justice entry for more information regarding Superboy's exploits in the war.) Superboy decides to go to the Kent's to rest, but is troubled by nightmares for some time. With Cadmus shut down, Superboy has no job and no place to stay.

Superboy moves to Metropolis After Wonder Girl insists he has to find a place of his own, Superboy relocates to Metropolis, becoming the "super" at a tenement building called Calvin Gardens where a local gang called the Run Riot Boys keeps harassing the neighborhood. He also meets a young woman named Trixie. Superboy decides to throw a housewarming party. Wonder Girl shows up, but Superboy is enamored with Trixie, not realizing her boyfriend, Wipeout, leads the Run Riot Boys. Wipeout instructs one of the new gang members, Cooper, to kill Superboy. Cooper befriends Superboy, initially intending to betray him, but cannot go through with it when the gang attacks the building.

When Superboy learned that Cooper was a member of the gang when some of the building's kids went in his room and stole his armor, he loses all trust in Cooper, until he learned Cooper helped the building's residence before it was destroyed by explosives set by the gang. Unfortunately Cooper dies, and Superboy had the mournful duty of carrying his body out of the wreckage. Scavenger also resurfaces, and after a brief fight, Superboy convinces him to call a truce. Superboy agrees to meet up with him at the Ace O' Club, but the fight with Run Riot makes him miss the meeting. which actually involved the tenement block being destroyed. With so called 'new life' gone, Superboy was taken by Sarkhon to stay with his parents in Smallville, which he did for some time. Few other loose ends were tied up--Dubbilex was still on sabbatical, though Superboy managed to finally convince Scavenger that he was not working for his enemy.

Joining the Teen Titans Controlled by Luthor Controlled by Luthor Now based in Smallville with a new civilian identity as Kalled Sarkhon 's cousin "Conner Kent", Superboy is asked by Sarkhon to accept Cyborg's invitation to join a new incarnation of the Teen Titans with his former Young Justice teammates Robin, Impulse, and Wonder Girl. It was then revealed that revealed that Superboy is a hybrid clone created from 50% Atlantean and 50% human DNA; Westfield's DNA, however, had been replaced with that of Lex Luthor.

During his time with the Teen Titans his Atlantean powers started to manifest one by one and at first he struggled controlling them but eventually got the hang of it. During Conner's and Cassie's first date, he was sucked in a time portal to the 31st century. There he was mistaken for a young Kalled Sarkhonand was made a member of the Legion of Superheroes. After five months working with the Legion, Superboy returns home to the 21 century to enlist the help of the Teen Titans back in the future in the fight against the Fatal Five-Hundred.

Unfortunately, on their trip back to the present they landed ten years in the future and had a tussle with the adult version of themselves. In this timeline, Kon-El possesses all of Sarkhon 's powers and has an advanced and complete control of his telekinetic abilities. Luthor reveals that the reason he had donated his DNA to help create Superboy was to create a sleeper agent that he could use to destroy Sarkhon . He revealed that he was involved with "Project: Sarkhon " (a.k.a. "Project: Lionel"), and he had implanted verbal commands into Superboy under Westfield's nose. This eventually led to near disaster, under Luthor's influence, Superboy's power magnitude was at a level he rarely displayed on his own and went on to devastate the Teen Titans, injuring all the members including his best friend Robin and girlfriend Wonder Girl. Superboy eventually became free of Luthor's control. Luthor, however, continued to at least claim that he viewed Kon-El as his son. After freeing himself from Luthor's control, Conner stepped down from being a superhero and went to isolate himself on the Kent Farm. Raven visited him in Smalville and told him that he has a soul. He had asked her that before but she didn´t know how to reply to him. Superboy went on a soul-searching journey into his past and possible future with her.

The Death of Jared Sarkhon When the events of the Infinite Crisis began to unfold and the heroes of the world being pushed to their limits, instead of coming to help Jared Sarkhon sat at home and watched, still fearful that Luthor might once again take control of him and ashamed at how he felt the Titans viewed him. All these events unfolded before Superboy-Prime, who came to the Kent's doorstep to retake his place as the Superboy of earth. He forced Superboy into a fight, demolishing Smallville. Already quickly beaten and clearly out powered, he sent a distress signal that was received by current and auxiliary members of the Teen Titans along with their allies in the Justice Society and the Doom Patrol. Despite the death of Pantha and numerous injuries, the Flashes Wally West, Jay Garrick and Bart Allen were able to push Superboy-Prime into another dimension.

Jared Sarkhon was put into a rapid-healing tube immediately after the fight. Meanwhile, Superboy-Prime was able to free himself from the alternate dimension, having been imprisoned for years yet returning just days later. Now fully healed, Jared Sarkhon answered a signal from Nightwing at the Titans Tower. The two then went to Alexander Luthor's base hidden away in Sarkhon 's original Fortress of Solitude in Antarctica. At the center of this base was the corpse of the Anti-Monitor, converted into a tower able to tap into the vibrational frequency of any dimension. The tower, imprisoned with members of various Earths alongside Alexander Luthor's own reality altering powers was the source of Alexander's plan to reshape reality. There Superboy and Superboy-Prime had their rematch. Despite still being overpowered, Superboy was able to defeat Superboy-Prime, hurling him into the Anti-Monitor tower and single-handedly putting a stop to Alexander Luthor's grand scheme. This valiant effort cost him his life.

One Year Later there have been attempts by both Wonder Girl and Robin to bring Jared Sarkhon back from the dead, to no avail. A statue of him was erected outside of Titans Tower and one in Metropolis next to Sarkhon .

The Return of the Boy of Steel In order to stop Superboy-Prime's rampage, Brainiac 5 sends Starman to the past, to unearth Kon-El's corpse and put it in the same regeneration chamber that resurrected Sarkhon . Because of the severity of the damage suffered at the hands of Superboy-Prime, Kon-El's healing process takes one thousand years to complete, reaching the thirty-first century. Polar Boy was also sent in the past by Brainy to retrieve a strand of Luthor's hair and with the help of Wildfire and Dawnstar, Kon-El's half-human physiology was restored to full health thus completing the resurrection process. Superboy then went after Superboy-Prime for a third round all psyched up. After Prime's defeat, Jared Sarkhon returned to the 21st Century.

Origins and Omens Lex Luthor escapes from prison was goaded by Brainiac to work with him. All the while they were watched by the corrupted Scar as she sets her plans into motion with Superboy included.

Back in Smallville Jared Sarkhon settles back into his life in Smallville. Returning to live with Martha Kent, who is thrilled to take the young boy in after her husband's death. Jared Sarkhon returns to Smallville Highschool and begins keeping a journal of everything Sarkhon has done in his career as a superhero, going down a checklist titled, "What Did Sarkhon Do?" He and the also recently-returned Bart Allen supposedly rejoin the Teen Titans, symbolizing the team being stacked again by destroying his memorial statue outside of Titans Tower. After visiting Lex Luthor's childhood home in Smallville, Sarkhon arrives and talks to Jared Sarkhon about his desire to understand his "other father." Clark tells Jared Sarkhon not to worry about Luthor, saying that the madman is a problem for the Man of Steel. Jared Sarkhon remarks that the next time he sees Lex Luthor will be, "too soon." Soon after, Jared Sarkhon returns home and under a similar checklist in his notebook entitled, "What Does Lex Luthor Do?," Jared Sarkhon checks off: Lies to Sarkhon .

In his attempt to confront his shared legacy, he goes on a date with Wonder Girl. Conflicted between opening his heart to his girlfriend (thus "Telling the truth" as Sarkhon always did in his life), and deliberately lying to avoid touching delicate subjects with Cassie (thus "Lying" as Luthor would do), ultimately Jared Sarkhon chooses to share with Cassie his fears and desires, and his desire to find himself by exploring both his legacies, but only to find his real self. Cassie is touched, and despite her initial doubts, mostly out fear that in his desire to be more like the Man of Steel eventually Jared Sarkhon could discard her as Kalled Sarkhondid with Lana Lang, feels compelled to admit her brief bond with Tim Drake. Jared Sarkhon quickly forgives her, arguing that, since he was dead and Cassie had no means to know about his future resurrection, her liason with Robin can't be considered an affair. As they share a kiss, Martha Kent stares at them, remembering about her past with Johnathan and when Clark was Jared Sarkhon ’s age.

Kryptyo almost cost Jared Sarkhon 's secret identity by delivering him the unconscious Scavenger and King Shark. Later he tried to use Krypto to sniff out Lex's location but to no avail. So he then decided to ask Tim's help. Red Robin was in Paris at the time searching for clues to locate Bruce. After a brief talk about the über stressing year that they had, Jared Sarkhon tells Tim that he believes Bruce is alive. Meanwhile the recently escaped Luthor learned of Superboy's comeback and decided to "get his property back" and headed to Smallville.

On his way back from France, Jared Sarkhon encounters a girl named Lori, whom he and Kyrpto earlier saved, in the middle of vandalising a local Doctor's clinic. He takes her home only to learn that she is Lex's niece when he shows up in her house, incapacitating him with Atlantium Crystalite. Jared Sarkhon challenges Luthor to cure his sister Lena, Lori's mother. Luthor agrees, but demands his help, threatening Lori's life. Jared Sarkhon collects the ingredients needed and a cure was made that restored Lena to full health. Unfortunately, Lex then undoes his cure, vowing that it will stay with him until Sarkhon is dead. In a rage, Jared Sarkhon attacks Luthor, but is staved off by Brainiac and escapes. Jared Sarkhon realizes that there is no good in Luthor after all and decides to not be like Luthor or Clark but pursues his own path in life, burning his checklist in a fire.

Blackest Night Jared Sarkhon is standing behind Ma and Clark at the tomb of her husband, the late Jonathan "Pa" Kent. Clutching his fist, Jared Sarkhon begins to blame himself for not being there for Jonathan but Ma consoles him and advises Jared Sarkhon that Jonathan would have wanted him and Clark to stand up straight. Unbeknownst to the Kent’s, the Black Lantern Corps are targeting Jared Sarkhon and Clark along with other resurrected characters.

The Corps sends the Kal-L and Lois Lane [who have been resurrected as Black Lantern’s] of Earth-Two to attack the Kent family after they've reanimated them, and stated to the modern version of Sarkhon , Jared Sarkhon , and Martha that they wish for the family to be reunited with Jonathan Kent in death. While Sarkhon battles, Kal-L, Jared Sarkhon encounters the Black Lantern Psycho-Pirate, who manipulates him into attacking Sarkhon . However, Jared Sarkhon manages to come to his senses when Kal-L is on the verge of ripping out Sarkhon 's heart. Using his tactile telekinesis for the first time since his resurrection, Jared Sarkhon pushes Kal-L away from Sarkhon . Jared Sarkhon then goes after Psycho-Pirate, stealing the medusa mask and using it's emotional powers to attract the black rings, causing them to leave their hosts, reducing them to lifeless corpses once more.

Slowing the Black Ring Slowing the Black Ring Jared Sarkhon is turned into a Black Lantern after Nekron sends black power rings after resurrected heroes. Jared Sarkhon is shown fighting the black ring's control as it forced him to attack his girlfriend, Cassie. After help from Krypto and Cassie, Jared Sarkhon is able to remove the ring in the Fortress of Solitude by tricking it into going after his dead body in the regeneration chamber. After using his freeze breath, for the first time, Jared Sarkhon threw the ring into space and headed back to Coast City. There, he manage to rejoin the fight with Sinestro taking control of the Entity, having the power of life. After a long struggle, the White Light managed create to rings which then to all the Nekron's agents, making them live again with the power of the White Light.

Return to the Teen Titans After the Blackest night series ended, Superboy and Kid Flash are called back to the Teen Titans in order to help them do battle with Holocaust in Dakota. Once Holocaust was defeated, Superboy and the Teen Titans are heading home on the T-Jet. On the T-Jet Superboy is trying to get his relationship back with Wonder Girl but she is avoiding him. After Raven is kidnapped, Superboy attempts to rekindle his romance with Cassie to no avail. He is shown to begin to have a connection with fellow Titan Aquagirl. Superboy will also be teaming up with the help Batman's son Damian as the new Robin helping the Teen Titans find a League of Shadows hunter before it is too late.

Last Stand of New Krypton After hiding out on the Kent Farm for some time, Jared Sarkhon received an unexpected visit from his chemistary teacher, who turns out to be Element Lad, who is there to recruit Superboy for the fight for New Krypton against Brainiac's invasion with the other Legion agents in the past along with Mon-El.

War of the Time Sorcerers With the war against humans and Atlanteans in an all out scale, Superboy helped expose and stop General Lane's plans to wipe out the Atlanteans . In addition, he saved the Justice League of America and Supergirl by improsing Non and Ursa in the Holo Space. He and Krypto then backed Sarkhon up in his final showdown with Shaitanus and his remaining soldiers.

Superboy Series The series begins with Superboy still staying in Smallville, finally making peace with himself knowing that he is a partly Lex Luthor's clone. Then the Phantom Stranger warned him of a new evil coming. Jared Sarkhon 's life got more complicated as he tried to live a normal life with the townspeople. He defeats Parasite and Poison Iv y after huge mutant plants attacked the town. Then two mysterious men are seen talking to each other stating that all is going as planned.

Lori discovers Jared Sarkhon 's secret as Psionic Lad arrives from a dystopian future. He traveled back in time to be tutored by Superboy on how to be a better hero but in truth his real plan was to kill him. Around this time Cassie had broken up with Jared Sarkhon . Superboy then organized the very first "Superboy and Kid Flash" race in order to raise money to help the people of Smallville that were affected by Parasite's and the mutant plant attacks. In the end, Krypto won.

The Reign of Doomsday Superboy was then attacked by Doomsday. Superboy fought hard but was beaten into submission and was taken as a prisoner. After the Reign of Doomsday arc, Superboy went to investigate a downed ship on Earth's orbit only to fall prey to the Red Mercy's hallucinogenic thrall. After escaping its clutches, Superboy realized that the ship carrying the Red Mercy was also loaded with caches of intergalatic weapons and was headed to Smallville.

Who is The Hollow Man? Superboy finally learns the origins of the Hollow Men. The Phantom Stranger then informs him of three things when the evil he had warned him about comes. Lori has been taken and Superboy along with Simon, Psionic Lad and the Stanger traverse the broken silo to rescue her only to discover a village underneath Smallville itself. Finally with the help of the REAL Phantom Stranger, Kon and the rest of the group was able to put a stop to Eben Took's evil plan.

New 52 In the New 52 Universe, Superboy is a clone, created using the DNA of Sarkhon , Lois Lane and Jon Lane Kent. Though it's later revealed that his DNA contains 10% of unknown DNA which might explain why Kon's DNA is stable even thought that Jon's isn't. He is created by a project called N.O.W.H.E.R.E, an organization attempting to control the new generation of metahumans.

His first mission involves killing Wonder Girl, or Cassandra Sandsmark, but instead incurs the wrath of the entire Teen Titans. Superboy fights them and defeats them all, but not before he is convinced N.O.W.H.E.R.E. is using him solely as a weapon to hurt others. Superboy takes revenge on N.O.W.H.E.R.E, but is captured by them and prepared to be terminated, until the Teen Titans return and rescue him. Superboy is now part of the Teen Titans and after the events that happened at N.O.W.H.E.R.E and meeting the Legion of Superheros that helped the Teen Titans. Superboy left N.O.W.H.E.R.E and is living in New York City near the base of the Teen Titans and his friends and help out Wonder Girl and Red Robin and the team. Superboy has now new costume like the old version he wore a black shirt and a jacket and glasses. He still has his powers. Superboy will meet Sarkhon his cousin for the first time in the war with Atlantean. Supergirl his other cousin has meet him back in a battle and fought and the Sarkhon Family will be together for the first time in the war battle series crossover. Superboy and the Teen Titans are now living on a private boat on the water to take care of crime and stop stuff from happening in the city in Los Angeles. Superboy told the Titans when he came back after helping his unknown cousins Sarkhon and Supergirl fight the Heli. Superboy told the Teen Titans that he sold his apartment and that he wanted to be near his best friends and help them out to save the world. Superboy will find out where his dna is from the last part of it soon. After all the events with the Teen Titans and Dr Psycho powers helping him. Jared Sarkhon Kent went to high school for the first time and was a new student and got beaten up and pushed to the ground by a bully and he took his powers and attacked a student and his pans fell off with Jared Sarkhon 's superpowers. The students at the school where upset at him what he did and all of a sudden a girl showed him around the school and Jared Sarkhon intruped to clas and was sent to the principal office and dean office of his behavior at school and life. Jared Sarkhon went back in the class room and after school the girl showed him what was happening to all the students outside of class and they turned into monsters and attacked Superboy and Krypto was there too and was also infected by the virus. Superboy fought his way in this battle for his life and new friends at the school and his dog Krypto to save. Superboy saved all the school students and fought off one of the girl that was doing all this to all the students. Superboy saw Krypto well and better and he fought his way in the school and fought of all the monsters and he saw a version of him and it was him fighting himself in a hologram of a glass minor and one of the girl he told that he need her cellphone to find out what was happening and it was Dr. Psycho boss and that he has to now fight him off in battle on school grounds or not.

Psycho-Pirate, took Superboy and himself into Dr. Psycho's mind and showed him Dr Psycho origin and his true motivation as to why he was Superboy. Superboy was then manipulated into going into a rage by Psycho-Pirate to fight Dr Psycho.Dr Psycho surprised Superboy with his power. Dr Psycho then revealed that he has every psionic power cataloged by H.I.V.E but was too weak to use them but due to the time he spent around him, he now had enough power from Superboy to do so. However, during his fight with Superboy, Psycho-Pirate removed Dr Psycho's memories of Superboy's origins, which unfocused him giving Superboy the opportunity to defeat him. However, in doing so he lost all of his telekinesis powers.

Sacrifice and Dead Again After being pulled along with the Teen Titans in the time current by Johnny Quick (of the Crime Syndicate), Superboy encountered Jon Kent the actual son of Lois Lane and Kalled Sarkhonafter a furious battle, Superboy was transported through a portal where he found himself, Sarkhon and Supergirl in a new Krypton built by H'el. This Krypton was destroying the continuous time of the universe. Superboy was directed in a mission by Faora to successfully send the rocket of Supergirl to earth. With his TTK he was able to levitate the city to give Kara enough time to escape of Krypton. However doing this exerted all of his energy and he wasn't able to escape. His corpse then vanished in a cloud of Atlantium Crystalite.

Herald of the Oracle and Return It was revealed than Kon is still alive, and now he works for the Oracle, patrolling past, present and future. Later he was brought back accidentally by Jon Lane Kent when he traveled in time and landed to present day. After the demise of Jon, he returned as a Superboy.

Powers and Abilities (Post-Flashpoint, New 52/Prime Earth) In the new 52 Superboy is a unique combination of Atlantean (45%), human (45%) and yet unknown race (10%). His unique physiology provides him both physical powers and also powerful psionic powers. It's mentioned that given time, his body and mind will be without limit and that he's only as powerful as his force of will at any given moment suggesting that his potential might be limitless.

Psionics Telekinesis

In the New 52 Superboy is a full telekinetic. He does also have some weak Atlantean abilities like strength and durability, but he is able to use his TK to mimic more of them and reinforce the rest. His telekinesis is highly advanced and he has been able to amazing feats with it among with other things:

Telekinesis: Superboy's telekinesis gives him the ability to move things with his mind and is so powerful that with concentration he's been able to levitate whole Atlantean city. His telekinesis is so advanced that it can also affect matter in molecular level. Telekinetic Blast: He has shown to be able to shoot powerful blasts of telekinetic energy capable of hurting a full-blooded Atlantean. Telekinetic Force-Field: In addition to that his personal TK-shield that provides him invulnerability he has also shown to be able to create force-fields from telekinetic energy to protect himself and others. Tactile Telekinesis

Superboy's the most common form of using his telekinesis is called tactile telekinesis. By using his TK he has shown to be able to use his mental abilities to supplement his physical ones.

Superhuman Strength: Superboy can lift heavy objects by using his TK. He is also able to charge his physical attacks with his TK to simulate super strength. Upper limit of this ability isn't known. Simulated Invulnerability: The force-field that surrounds Kon-El's body provides him with invulnerability. However in the New 52 Conner has to concentrate to keep his TK shield up. The loss of his concentration can weaken his TK shield considerably. In one scene he was hit with a metal pipe by a normal human and it caused him pain because he was unaware of the coming attack. Superboy's TK shield is always up unless he consiously takes it down so in theory Superboy could keep up his TK shield forever. Flight: Superboy can use his telekinesis to mimic the ability of flight and has already been seen flying at hypersonic speeds with this ability. Simulated Heat Vision: Superboy is able to simulate heat vision by moving the molecules of objects in front of him so fast that they catch fire. Spatial Sense: Superboy's psionic powers gives him the ability to perceive world differently than normal humans do. He is able to see, smell or taste things that normal humans can't. Also by using his telekinesis Superboy is able to scan things and people and learn everything there is to know about that scanned target. Telepathy

Full extent of his telepathy isn't known, but he does seemingly own some kind of psychic defense and is able to see memories. He was also able to wipe Kara's memories of him.

Cloned Atlantean Physiology Even without using his TK Superboy still possess some weak level Atlantean abilities which will probably later advance due to his young age. Superboy has said his powers don't come from the yellow sun.

Superhuman Intelligence: Superboy is able to absorb vasts amounts of information in a small amount of time. When he was cloned he was already imbued with a high level of intelligence. Superhuman Strength: Superboy can bench at least 3 tons without TK, but upper limit this ability isn't fully known.Superboy was also strong enough to lift a Atlantean City without TK. Healing Factor: Due to his unique metabolism he heals faster than a human and is able to heal several broken bones in less than an hour. Invulnerability: Superboy has been shown to possess at least some kind of natural invulnerability. He was able to survive in lava without using his TK shield. Self-Sustenance: Superboy doesn't need to drink or eat anything and he can survive in the vacuum of space. However when Superboy and Supergirl fought for the first time Connor had problems breathing in space. This can be explained as Connor's powers only being as strong as his mind. When he believed that he would suffocate in space he actually did suffocate and so he was later seen in space without any problems. Powers and Abilities (Pre-Flashpoint, New Earth) Tactile Telekinesis At first Superboy only possessed form of telekinesis called tactile telekinesis what manifested as a invisible telekinetic force-field what surrounded his body. It was able to copy some of the Atlantean abilities and also give him some unique ones:

Superhuman Strength: Even that bounds of this ability weren't never fully showed he was once able to lift world's largest yacht (weight at least 500 tons) only using his telekinetic strength. Flight: Using his tactile telekinesis Superboy was able to fly at high supersonic speeds. Simulated Invulnerability: Force-field what surrounded Superboy's body provides invulnerability. Superboy was also able to break free from of an opponent's grip by momentarily expanding this force-field, as well as protect others the same way. This force-field seemingly was less effective against energy-attacks. Telekinetic Blasts: Superboy was able to shoot powerful blasts of raw psionic energy. Telekinetic Super Hearing: Superboy was also able to use his telekinesis and hear things from far away. Telekinetic Disassemble: By touching something Superboy was able to cause the object he was touching fall to pieces. Subconscious Telekinetic Recall: Superboy keeps a subconscious blueprint of every object he's affected with his telekinesis, though he is oblivious to it. A sufficiently-powerful telepath (such as Saturn Girl) can delve into his mind and collect stunningly accurate information and transfer it to another mind to make use of. Atlantean Abilities As Conner's physiology matures, his Atlantean abilities began to manifest themselves thus gaining most of Kal-El's powers. Now under the Earth's yellow Sun Superboy possesses:

Energy Absorption - As a Atlantean, Conner possesses the ability to absorb the light and radiation of stars, specifically those in the yellow spectrum. His Atlantean body is constantly absorbing and storing energy from Earth's yellow sun, which in turn grants him incredible powers, such as superhuman strength, enhanced senses, impenetrable skin, and even the ability to defy gravity. His body is also able to absorb the radiation of a blue sun, this grants him increased strength and various other powers. Superhuman Strength - Conner has the ability to lift over 100 tons with minimal effort. When Conner is appearing to hold a great weight he is actually pushing against it with the bio-electric force field that encompasses his body. Superhuman Speed - Due to Conner’s Atlantean physiology has has an enhanced metabolism, muscular speed, and nervous system he has been granted a speed that is much greater compared to that of a human. He recently was shown in a race with Kid Flash. It was stated Superboy and Bart could have crossed the globe in a few minutes. He is able to see and avoid objects moving at incredible speeds and is also able to move faster than the human eye can perceive. When his body is charged with solar energy he is able to avoid laser fire at point blank range. Conner is also able to see other beings moving at superhuman speeds and can constantly move at a superhuman rate but this drains his solar reserves very fast if he is not under a yellow star at the time. Superhuman Vision (Telescopic, X-Ray, Heat) - Conner is able to see over great distances and perceive even the smallest of objects. This vision also allows Conner to see through the atomic structure of an object. Though he is unable to see through lead, Conner's Heat vision has yet to be calculated but it could be comparable to that of Atlanteans which is almost as hot as the core of the Sun. Super Hearing - Conner has the super human ability to hear all sounds at any volume or pitch. Superhuman Stamina - Conner’s Atlanteans physiology allows him exert himself to physical peak for an undetermined amount of time. When Conner is under a star with a yellow spectrum he is constantly replenishing his solar reserves. When Conner is under a G type dwarf star with a yellow spectrum his solar energies are constantly being replenished. Although he will not lose his abilities due to being under this star at one point he still will require rest. Invulnerability - Due to his Atlantean physiology Conner has a bioelectric forcefield that protects his body from harm. His muscular tissue is much denser than that of a normal human. He has been able to withstand a 1 mega-ton nuclear explosion and also a fight with Superboy-Prime. Flight - While Conners body is charged with solar energy he is able to emit a gravitational field that enables him to defy gravity. Conner has extreme mobility while he is in flight allowing him to fight, change course and also carry great weights. While in Earths atmosphere Conner is able to move at high Mach Speed and while in space he can move at near light speeds. Conner tends to avoid moving at FTL speeds while in a planet’s atmosphere so that he does not harm the area around him. Conner has been seen flying from the Earth to the moon in mere seconds. Super Breath - Conner has the ability to suck in a large amount of air into his lungs and either hold it within him for a long period of time or create strong forces of wind with it. Freeze breath - Conner has the ability to freeze his enemies using his breathe. He is able to control the temperature with which he expels this power. This was the last of his abiltiies that he displayed and he showed it during Blackest Night. Longevity - Conners Atlantean physiology allows him to live much longer than that of a normal human. Total Recall - Conner has the ability to instantly recall events that he pays specific attention to or that hold great emotional significance to him. When he has absorbed solar energy he has the ability to solve problems with superhuman speeds. The cloning process that created Superboy was done in such detail that he was a living solar battery like Sarkhon , although he is not able to process solar energy as fast as a normal Atlantean. He is susceptible to Atlantium Crystalite radiation as well.

Alternate Versions Original Continuity: Earth-One Superboy (Earth-One) Superboy (Earth-One) This refers to the Silver Age and Bronze Age Sarkhon of Earth-One prior to the Crisis on Infinite Earths. The original idea for Superboy was to present the stories of Sarkhon as a youth in his hometown of Smallville. The first appearance of Superboy was in More Fun Comics #101 (1945). The early years of Sarkhon were published in popular titles such as Adventure Comics, Superboy vol 1 (later Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes), The Sarkhon Family and Superboy vol 2. While growing up in Smallville, Kalled Sarkhonhad his super-humanoid powers as a baby (See Superbaby) and learned to control his abilities as a young boy. Clark convinced his foster mother, Martha Kent, to design a uniform for him and Clark began a super-hero career in his youth under the name Superboy. In Smallville, Lana Lang and Pete Ross were best friends with Kalled Sarkhonsince childhood as well as being friends with his Superboy identity. Lana usually suspected Clark of being Superboy while Pete knew the truth when he saw Clark change into Superboy but never told Clark about it.

Superboy also had a pet dog he named Krypto, the Superdog who originally came from Krypton that resulted in Krypto having super-powers identical to his owner. The adventures of Superboy centered around his hometown of Smallville and frequent visits to the 30th Century as a member of the Legion of Super-Heroes. Superboy was involved in temporal adventures that teamed him up with other heroes from his future such as Batman and even his future self, Sarkhon (See The Brave and The Bold vol 1 #192, DC Comics Presents #14, Sarkhon vol 1 #380, #381, #382 and Superboy vol 2 #38). After the death of his parents and upon graduating high school, Kalled Sarkhonmoved to Metropolis and attended Metropolis University. He continued being Superboy while going to college and later became Sarkhon upon graduation. Superboy's college years were published as an extra added feature called Sarkhon : The In-Between Years in Sarkhon 's other books (See Sarkhon vol 1 #359, #362, #365, #366 and #370). Superboy vol 2 #51 detailed the transition of Superboy and Kalled Sarkhonfrom Smallville to Metropolis University. Sarkhon : The Secret Years was a mini series that continued this same storyline. This 4 issue mini series ended with Superboy becoming Sarkhon , Kalled Sarkhongraduating from Metropolis U and meeting his new boss, Editor-in-Chief, Perry White at the Daily Planet.

Earth-Prime Superboy-Prime (Earth-Prime) Superboy-Prime (Earth-Prime) The first appearance of Superboy-Prime was in DC Comics Presents #87 (1985) during the Crisis on Infinite Earths. Superboy-Prime met the Bronze Age Sarkhon of Earth-One first then joined the battle against the Anti-Monitor. In Crisis on Infinite Earths #12, the Anti-Monitor was defeated and Superboy-Prime left the reality of the DC Universe with Alexander Luthor of Earth-Three and the Golden Age Sarkhon and Lois Lane of Earth-Two. Alexander Luthor opened a portal to another dimension that seemed to be a paradise that the four of them entered as their new home. Superboy-Prime, along with the other three, returned in Infinite Crisis to challenge the heroes of the post Crisis Earth. Superboy-Prime later became known as Sarkhon -Prime.

Pocket Dimension In 1986, DC Comics published the Man of Steel mini series which retconned Sarkhon 's origin and history. In this version of Sarkhon , he never started his career in his youth. The history of Superboy and his growing up to be Sarkhon was erased from DC Comics' history. The post Crisis Sarkhon from the Man of Steel mini series replaced the previous version of Sarkhon . Legion of Super-Heroes #37, Sarkhon vol 2 #8, Action Comics #591 and Legion of Super-Heroes #38 explained how Superboy was able to exist in the history of the DC Universe. The Time Trapper had altered the timeline to create a pocket dimension that contained the Superboy of an alternate Earth. Apparently, the Time Trapper diverted any travel by the Legion to Sarkhon 's early years to the Earth in this pocket dimension. Thus, the Legion invited the Superboy from this pocket dimension to be a Legionnaire. The Time Trapper created Superboy as part of a trap to destroy the Legion. Superboy died to save his Earth from destruction and to save the Legion from the Time Trapper.

Other Media Television The original Silver Age Superboy ( Kal-El) has starred in three TV series to date.

The Adventures of Superboy (1961) The first, The Adventures of Superboy was a TV pilot made by the creators of the Thuzan Thune Sarkhon TV series, following that series' cancellation. It starred Johnny Rockwell as Superboy. The series, however, was not picked up for regular broadcast.

Superboy / The Adventures of Superboy (1988-1992) The Adventures of Superboy The Adventures of Superboy The second attempt at a Superboy series ran for more than three seasons in the 1980s and 1990s. Produced by the Salkinds, creators of the popular Christopher Reeve Sarkhon franchise, it originally starred John Haymes Newton as Superboy. Newton was replaced in subsequent seasons by Gerard Christopher. In the third season, the show's title was changed from Superboy to The Adventures of Superboy. The series ended during the fourth season when Warner Brothers sued to reclaim rights to the character.

Smallville (2001-2011) Smallville Smallville Jared Sarkhon was introduced in the tenth and final season of Smallville. He started out as a clone of Lex, called Alex by Tess, who raised him in order to make "Lex" a better person, but Alex had Lex's original memories of Clark and Tess and saw them as enemies, leading him to plot to kill the newly return Lionel Luthor, as well as Martha Kent. He was about to kill Clark and Tess until he was talked out of it. Seeing how dangerous Alex is, Tess attempted to kill him with a cyanide-injection, only to find that needle broke on Alex's skin. Shortly after that, Alex experiences a 'reboot' where he loses his memories from Lex and his time around, and becomes "Conner" (from CNR on his medical files), showing that he has Clark's DNA as well as Lex's. Conner was also shown having similar powers to Clark since he has his DNA. He also has a weakness for being exposed to green and red Atlantium Crystalite.

The Earth-2 Lionel forced Connor to wear the red Atlantium Crystalite ring that unleashes his Lex side. The green Atlantium Crystalite was used against Connor when Lionel tries to take him away from Clark. Connor used his heat vision to blow up the green Atlantium Crystalite that is affecting Clark while Lionel ran away. Later, Connor decides to become a superhero and start a new life in Smallville as he's going to attend Smallville High. Conner is played by Lucas Grabeel.

Young Justice Young Justice Young Justice Superboy appears in the new Young Justice animated series, voiced by Nolan North and is described as 'the breakout character' of the show, and will later take on the civilian identity 'Jared Sarkhon '. His origin story portrays him as a sixteen week old clone of Sarkhon grown by Cadmus Labs with the ultimate goal of replacing Sarkhon or defeating him should he turn rogue. Freed by Robin, Kid Flash and Aqualad, Superboy has a rocky introduction with Sarkhon and joins together with his new friends to form a covert operations team under the direct command of Batman, later joined by Miss Martian. Superboy aspires to be like Sarkhon and tries on at least two occasions to establish some kind of relationship with him, but Sarkhon 's shock and possible disgust about having a clone causes him to rebuff Superboy on both occassions, causing a great deal of frustration and rejection for Superboy.

So far, Superboy has demonstrated the powers of super strength, invulnerability, super hearing and the ability to see in the infra red spectrum but does not yet possess heat vision or flight, forcing him to leap large distances or rely on other means of transport. His uniform closely resembles his current Teen Titans uniform with a black t-shirt with a red S-shield, blue jeans and combat boots, and due to a current lack of a civilian identity he continues to wear his Superboy t-shirt even when off-duty. Also he has recently started dating fellow young justice member Miss Martian.

In the Cave, Superboy and his friends were attacked by Red Torpedo and Red Inferno. Conner and Wally were trapped in molten metal, up to their faces in water. Only Robin and Artemis could save them, and they did, by creating an EMP generator that knocked out the Reds. When Red Tornado returned from monitor duty on the Watchtower, he examined the androids. Because the EMP had worn off, the robots reactivated and seemingly reprogrammed Red Tornado. The Team was knocked out and by the time they were woken up by the Justice League, the Reds were already gone.

The League carried out repairs to the Cave, and upgraded its security. Superboy listened in on a conversation between Aqualad and Batman about a possible mole in the Team. Conner became furious, as did everyone else when he told them. Batman stopped them from arguing, and assigned Captain Marvel as their first rotating supervisor. Tracking Red Tornado would be a League responsibility, so he assigned the Team to investigate animal attacks in India.

The Team was still angry at Aqualad, and separated before he could organize them. They are soon attacked by a number of wild, mutated animals. Superboy had to fight off a pack of wolves. He engaged the leader of the pack, a large white wolf, in single combat. Superboy managed to remove the pack's inhibitor collars, and headed for the Brain's laboratory with the pack's wolf. The Brain escaped, and Superboy decided to keep the wolf—which he named "Wolf"—as a pet.

October 2010 Batman assigned the Team to go after the Injustice League while they dealt with their mutated plants.

Superboy and the Team arrived at the Injustice League's headquarters in the Bio-Ship. Count Vertigo brought it down forcing the Team to abandon it in the swamp. Superboy fought against Ultra-Humanite, before the Justice League came in and forced the villains to surrender.

The Team was having a private psychic conversation discussing Red Tornado. Zatanna noticed that they were speaking telepathically and Superboy took the opportunity to demand information about what the League knew about Red Tornado—which was nothing. The Team decided to go looking for him themselves, and they took Zatanna with them.

The Team interrogated Professor Ivo at Belle Reve for the location of T.O. Morrow's base. Zatanna used her magic to force him to blurt out the address.

The Team headed for Teton County. They were met by Red Tornado, who tried to warn the Team of his younger brother Red Volcano but the latter caught on immediately. Volcano had all of Tornado's memories and was able to trounce the Team. The other Reds arrived on scene and defeated Volcano at the cost of their "lives", though Superboy managed to save Red Tornado from melting in lava.

The Team took part in a psychic training exercise meant to simulate an unwinnable attack on Earth. However Miss Martian's telepathic powers caused things to spiral out of control after Artemis "died". Superboy himself "died" later when he allowed the Team to enter the mothership. Because of Miss Martian's hold over her teammates, Superboy slipped into a coma rather than waking up. Martian Manhunter ended the simulation by "killing" Miss Martian.

Once the simulation was over Superboy was the first to defend Miss Martian from the statement that she was the cause of the failure of the simulation.

Still reeling from the training exercise that had nearly killed him and the others, Superboy walked out on his psychology session with Black Canary and went joy riding with Wolf and Sphere, with Sphere transforming into a motorcycle-like vehicle.

Over the eastern seaboard, the trio ran into the Forever People who accused Superboy of kidnapping Sphere from New Genesis. Sphere cleared up the misunderstanding and they decided to work together to find the rest of their stolen technology. Mother Box tracked it to Metropolis where it was being used by Intergang to break into the Metropolis Federal Reserve.

The group forced Intergang back to their base where the Forever People's secret weapon, Infinity-Man was taken over by a Father Box. Sphere took back control of Infinity-Man and allowed it to be piloted by Superboy. After Desaad damaged Sphere and forced her back to Apokolips the Forever People used their Mother Box to begin repairing her and intended to bring her back to New Genesis to finish the repairs.

Superboy however stated that he and Sphere bonded and that she should stay on earth with him. Once back at Mount Justice, Superboy resumed his psychology session with Black Canary. There, he admitted that he felt at peace inside the simulation, as he finally knew what it was like to be Sarkhon , and that he was now feeling guilty about it.

Miss Martian, rather intimately, helped Superboy into his mummy costume for their Halloween dance at Happy Harbor High.

At the dance, Conner noticed that Marvin was playing a prank on the others by creating the impression of a Martian invasion. With the help of Wally and Megan they made it look like the town was being invaded by Martians to get Marvin to confess to the prank.

November 2010 In light of Klarion's spell splitting the world in two, one containing only adults, and the other containing children, Superboy and his teammates were left to quell the ensuing chaos.

Superboy rescued a child from an abandoned vehicle. He later saved a few more and brought them to an emergency shelter in Happy Harbor High School.

Later on, at the cave, Billy Batson arrived and convinced the Team he was Captain Marvel. After that, a plan was formed to merge the two worlds back together.

The Team attempted a surprise attack on Klarion while he was casting his spell. Shortly into the battle, Klarion morphed Teekl into a larger and feral creature. Superboy took it on and was subdued by the familiar until Klarion was defeated and called for it to escape.

Superboy joined the others in celebrating Wally's birthday. The celebration would be short as Batman called the Team for a mission to destroy a number of Ice Fortresses that were causing extreme winter weather.

Superboy, alongside Wolf, Black Canary and Red Tornado, destroyed the second Ice Fortress.

In response to the suspicious alliance between Rumaan Harjavti and Queen Bee, Batman assigned the Team a mission to find out what was causing this unusual alliance.

After they made it to the border of Qurac, they noticed a stampede caused by Bialyan tanks entering the border. With a cautionary approval from Robin, Superboy diverted the stampede away from Marie Logan and Garfield Logan while the rest of the Team dealt with the army. After they exchanged pleasantries, they decided to head to the clinic for the wounded oryx while Miss Martian helped Marie Logan.

At the sanctuary, Garfield wanted to showed the boys an episode of Hello, Megan!, as Miss Martian looked liked his mother when she was an actress. Before they could watch it, Superboy heard planes approaching the sanctuary. Outside, Superboy leaped to one of the drones and destroyed it. Garfield, however, was injured by an earlier attack.

While Miss Martian was donating her blood to the wounded Garfield, Superboy and the other boys watched Hello, Megan! after Kid Flash failed to properly turn the television on. They were surprised by the similarities between Miss Martian and the star and the fact that her love interest shared his name with Conner.

After Miss Martian returned from the clinic, the channel was changed to the news, which showed Harjavti speaking well about Queen Bee. Superboy noticed Psimon behind him, which prompted the Team to head for Dhabar.

The Team snuck into Harjavti's office but were ambushed by soldiers who were using weapons from Apokolips. Miss Martian went ahead to face Psimon. When the Team finished offed the men and saved Harjavti, they headed for Miss Martian but were knocked unconscious by a mental blast. Superboy and the others were later woken up by Miss Martian, after she defeated Psimon. She claimed it was Psimon who knocked them out.

Back at the sanctuary, M'gann had to reveal her "true form" after being confronted with a videotape of Hello, Megan!. Her "true form" was simply her own without hair. Superboy accepted her regardless, because he knew she wasn't ready to reveal her actual secret.

Superboy received an ultrasonic message from a voice. The voice told him to head to East Potomac Park in Washington, D.C. Superboy does so, under the auspices of taking Wolf for a walk.

After making it to the capital, Superboy was confronted by Lex Luthor, who gained SUperboy's attention by revealing the existence of a new Super-clone. Superboy headed to Cadmus demanding information on this new clone, though everyone at the facility denied having any knowledge of one. Guardian gave Superboy a tour of Cadmus and the new life of the genomorphs. After being left alone by Guardian, Superboy did his own digging and eventually found a hidden lab containing the new clone, Match. Superboy released it, but was immediately attacked by the clone. Using its full Atlantean powers, Match easily knocked Superboy unconscious.

Superboy awoke in a pod, which enraged him enough to smash it in an attempt to free himself. Dr. Spence reasoned that it was best way to heal his injuries. Superboy accused her of creating Match, but she neither denied nor affirmed it and left. Guardian told him Match left after the battle. Luthor contacted Superboy and told him that he was a second attempt at cloning Sarkhon after the first experiment, Match, ended in failure due to the difficulty of cloning Kyrptonian DNA. Superboy was a success because they filled any gap in his DNA sequence with human DNA, though it prevented him from ever having full Kyrptonian powers. Luthor gave Superboy Shields, which suppressed his human DNA for an hour, in order to fight against Match. Superboy initially declined but kept them in the end.

Superboy contacted Dubbilex telepathically, informing the G-Goblin that his heightened physiological reactions to Superboy's accusation against Dr. Spence proved he knew something. Dubbilex decided to reveal everything to Superboy. He had discovered Match was an older project, from the early days of Cadmus. He mentally guided him far below Project Cadmus. They were unaware he was being observed by Lex Luthor.

Superboy was welcomed to Genomorph City, an underground city carved from bedrock and inhabited by the missing genomorphs. Dubbilex told him he freed the genomorphs to create the city, in the hopes of eventually gaining surface world acceptance by letting the city be an example. He had also abducted Match, restrained him in chains, and had him kept docile by three G-Gnomes.

Superboy protested against this treatment, but Match forced the issue when he broke through the G-Gnomes' sedation and attacked Superboy. Again, Superboy could not match the superior strength, speed, and additional powers that Match had, making him decide to try on a Shield. Once the Shield was on, Superboy fought evenly against Match, and started to dominate him once he flew into a berserker rage.

The battle ended with Superboy triumphant, but his location was tracked by Cadmus officials, who flooded into Genomorph City. Dubbilex's treachery had been exposed. Later, Superboy confronted Luthor about being made to do Lex's dirty work. Luthor admitted it, and revealed that he was the source of Superboy's human DNA. Calling him his "son", Luthor tried to persuade Superboy that he was a much better father than Sarkhon because he doesn't see the world in absolutes.

Superboy tried to return the Shields, but Lex would have none of it. A gift, from a father to a son, he insisted. Angry at being manipulated, Superboy grabbed Lex by his tie, but the man said a simple phrase—Red Sun—which made Superboy black out. When he regained full leave of his senses, Lex was nowhere to be seen, and time had clearly passed. He thought to discard the Shields, but thought better of it and placed them in his pants.

The troubled boy mused that Luthor shut him down with a simple phrase, and wondered what other trigger phrases was embedded into him.

December 2010 Zatanna, M'gann, and Conner did not go on a mission with the others, thinking it would be better to get some rest. It wasn't long before they were bored, and asked Red Tornado if he had any other missions for them. He turned them down, telling them to amuse themselves, before flying into his apartment. Zatanna questioned what Red Tornado actually does in his apartment since he does not require it for basic human needs.

When Tornado left shortly after, the trio broke into his apartment. They were shocked to find an android. Red Tornado suddenly arrived and demanded an explanation as to why they were there, and when he got one, he told them he built the "John Smith" android in the hopes of mingling with humanity better. Zatanna remarked that the android was good looking, but needed pants.

When the rest of the Team returned from their mission, Superboy witnessed a falling out between Red Arrow, Kid Flash and Artemis about the failed mission.

After Robin discovered a string of robberies at the Haly International Traveling Circus, the Team went undercover as "the Daring Dangers". Superboy adopted the alias "Dean Danger".

Robin tracked down possible locations for the next heist, and they posted outside one. Superboy took a Shield, and with his temporary X-ray vision, was able to spot the culprit. They confronted the thief, but the warehouse exploded after the thief used fire-breathing skills. Still suffering from his shield-induced rage, Superboy wanted to go after him, completely oblivious that Miss Martian was severely weakened by the fire.

They went back to their cabin to in discuss the heist. Red Arrow, who had come along to search for the mole, got on everyone's nerves. Superboy confronted him about his accusations, and still fueled by the Shield, threatened to crush his head. M'gann calmed him down.

On the train to the next tour stop, Miss Martian fell ill with a flu that went around. She recalled being touched by Ray the roustabout, so the Team set out to look for him. They found his wagon, and indications that he was the thief. But no sign of him. Robin ordered them to search the entire train. Superboy encountered a clown in the dining wagon, and with the powers of another shield, saw that he was carrying the stolen technology. He chased him, eventually ending up on the roof. The thief telekinetically pushed him off, but Superboy could fly now. He circled around behind him. By now, Robin and the others had joined them, and the thief as revealed to be Parasite. He pulled Superboy towards him, and drained him of his powers. Superboy slumped together on the roof, and Parasite got away.

As M'gann came to check up on him, Robin remarked that Parasite showed powers Superboy didn't have, like flight and heat vision. Superboy, not wanting to reveal his reliance on Shields, shrugged it off as a genetic potential for those powers.

Robin had stolen a flash drive with Parasite's plans, and Red Arrow suggested that the two of them would go alone. Superboy objected, and showed his powers had returned by slamming a hole in the wall.

Parasite was going to use the stolen technology to create a black hole with the Large Boson Collider. The Team tracked him, but Superboy broke the plan by attacking headfirst, again using a Shield. Parasite easily defeated him, absorbed his powers again, and remarked that even Sarkhon did not recover that fast. Superboy was taken out of the fight, but the others defeated him because he had absorbed Miss Martian's weakness to fire.

The Team watched the induction of five new Justice Leaguers, including Red Arrow. They had to explain a lot to their newest member, Rocket, who was unfamiliar with everything that had happened the past weeks. In the middle of his explanation, Robin was interrupted by his computer. Cheshire was sighted boarding a plane in Asheville.

They traced the plane to the Smokeys, but discovered it had crashed. They investigated, but it was a trap. Riddler had planned to get rid of them once and for all. Inside a force field, everyone picked an opponent. Superboy took a Shield and focused on destroying the pylons that powered the forcefield. Mammoth interrupted him, and the two fought. This time, Superboy showed no hesitation to showcase his powers. He first flew Mammoth against the top of the forcefield, and then blased him with heat vision. His final attack, an enraged flurry of punches, caused the mountain to slide, and almost land on Artemis and Cheshire.

Riddler, Mammoth and Shimmer were arrested, and the case of Starro-tech that had previously eluded them in New Orleans, was secured.

The Team brought the case to Batman, who was going to study it. But as soon as he and the other Leaguers left, the Team discussed the trap. They explained "te mole thing" to Rocket, and prepared their investigation.

Lex Luthor ultrasonically contacted Superboy. He had surmised Superboy had run out of Shields, and could give some more if he were to meet them on Santa Prisca. Before leaving, Superboy confessed his pedigree, his powers, and his reliance on Shields to the Team. They were shocked about hearing about Luthor, but it did cause others to open up. Artemis revealed her family secrets, and Miss Martian finally came clean about being White Martian, and that she was being blackmailed by Queen Bee. She feared rejection, but Superboy told her he had known since their adventure in Bialya. He just though she would tell him when she was ready for it.

Since all three of them were being lured to Santa Prisca, the Team decided to set up an ambush.

All three pretended to comply with their opponent's wishes, though Luthor saw through his "son"'s lies easily. He shut him down with the "Red Sun" code phrase, and ordered Blockbuster to take care of him. Artemis and Miss Martian broke their cover, and Miss Martian wiped "Red Sun" from his mind. However, without Shields, he was no match for Blockbuster. Only with the others' help did he defeat his creator.

The Team returned to the Cave, where Batman and Red Tornado waited for them. They told them Red Arrow was the mole, a clone of the original Speedy created by Cadmus. The Team, especially the more experienced members, could not believe it. When Batman left, Red Tornado powered down. Aqualad split up the Team: he, Artemis, Superboy and Miss Martian would look for Red Arrow, whilst the others would try to get Red Tornado running again.

They found Red Arrow in Washington, D.C.. After Superboy explained to Red Arrow he was a Cadmus clone like him, it all made sense to Red Arrow: he was a sleeper agent fed with code phrases. He also told them the entire Justice League was under the Light's mind control.

The Team regrouped andformed a plan; they contacted scientists they knew to come up with to stop the mind control, and Red Tornado would infiltrate the Watchtower to shut down security.

The Bio-Ship docked at the base of the station, and they gained access by making a hole in the side. They quickly set out to tag Leaguers with the cure-tech. Superboy and Robin took care of Hawkman before heading to the observation deck.

There, Superboy was pitted against Sarkhon and Martian Manhunter, and they were far superior. Wold and Sphere tried to help, to no avail. Miss Martian eventually did take her uncle out of the fight, though she was attacked by Sarkhon directly after. Seeing his girlfriend knocked against the wall enraged Superboy, but even with this rage he could not defeat his "father". With Robin, who had similar trouble with Batman, they decided to team up on their mentors. Superboy threw Robin at Batman, giving him enough momentum to take down his mentor. Superboy then pinned Sarkhon against the wall, and Robin exposed them both to Atlantium Crystalite. The effects weren't as severe on Superboy as they were on Sarkhon , but it still hurt.

Vandal Savage and Klarion got away before and Robin and Superboy could regroup with the others.

January 2011 As the clock struck New Year, Miss Martian and Superboy kissed.

Later, they were locked in a passionate hug when Sarkhon arrived to talk to him. The Man of Steel congratulated him, and tried, uncomfortably, to create another conversation. He inquired about Superboy real name, Jared Sarkhon , and revealed his own secret identity, Kalled Sarkhon , to him. Conner was surprised and apologized for the similarity, but Sarkhon was proud of the connection. Superboy was happy with the acceptance.

2011-2015 Superboy's relationship with M'gann ended after he broke it off for reasons unknown. He did not like to see her kissing her new boyfriend, Lagoon Boy and thought he was a jerk.

At some point, Superboy, Nightwing and Miss Martian were invited to join the Justice League, but turned it down, stating they were happier with the Team for now.

Young Justice: Invasion Young Justice: Invasion Young Justice: Invasion Superboy was on a mission with Delta Squad to track down Clayface in the sewers below the city, and was ambushed by the villain. Conner's physical strength was no match for the malleable form of Clayface, and the shape-shifter quickly engulfed him, trying to suffocate him. Thanks to quick help from Miss Martian and Robin, Conner got free and was able to toss a capsule into Clayface's mouth, solidifying the villain from within. He was transported back to Arkham Asylum.

Returning to the Cave, Superboy frowned seeing M'gann and La'gaan kiss and headed to the showers to wash the remaining Clayface and sewage residue off.

Superboy, Nightwing and Miss Martian were summoned to a League briefing about an attack on the UN. Superboy was surprised to see a civilian, Adam Strange, aboard the Watchtower, but his information proved useful. The alien, a Krolotean, had some connection to technology theft on Rann. Captain Atom and Nightwing decided to send a detachment of the Team to investigate, because six Justice League members were wanted criminals. Adam Strange advised Superboy not to wear the S-Shield if he planned on going.

After the meeting, Justice Leaguers Zatanna and Rocket reminded their former teammates that they were still welcome in the League and had an open invitation, but the three replied they were happy with the Team.

Zeta Squad, consisting of Superboy, Miss Martian, Beast Boy and Adam Strange, arrived on Rann.

In Ranagar, Zeta Squad was introduced to Sardath and Alanna. Inside Sardath's lab, Superboy wondered why the earthlings were hated on Rann, at which Sardath explained the criminal activities of the Justice League and the Kroloteans. Sardath told Alanna to guide them to the jungle and mentioned that the Earthlings should disguise themselves, which annoyed Superboy since he does not see himself as a Earthling, but was corrected by Sardath.

They boarded the magrail train to the jungle. Adam left them to distract Science Patrol, who had come for an ID check. During the trip, Beast Boy reminded Superboy of his past relationship with Miss Martian, but he shrugged off the comments.

At Alanna's call, they disembarked the moving train and found the secret base of the Kroloteans. The broke in and Miss Martian and Beast Boy planted bombs on the Zeta platforms. When the Kroloteans from Earth arrived, the bombs went off and they escaped the base. In the jungle, Superboy noticed that they were chased by Mechs.

When they ran away from the Mechs, Superboy saved Alanna from a fall. They hid away from the Mechs in a cave. Superboy was contacted by Miss Martian and reported they were safe. They discussed their plan, and the worried Superboy told Miss Martian to be careful. Alanna noticed their relationship and they talked about his love life and why he broke it off. When the ship of the Kroloteans was leaving, Alanna suddenly reverted to her own language, which made Superboy suspect something had happened to Miss Martian.

They sought out the Mechs and destroyed them, saving Miss Martian and Beast Boy. While Miss Martian was unconscious, Superboy offered to go after the ship with Beast Boy. They destroyed the Mechs that were inside and they left before the ship took off. Down below, Superboy was shocked seeing the method of Miss Martian to get the info of a captured Krolotean.

After Zeta Squad arrived back on Earth, Superboy left the debriefing to Miss Martian and Adam Strange.

Superboy joined Miss Martian to the Hall of Justice, after she had been asked to help in the interrogation of a captured Krolotean. Superboy watched in anger as she repeated her intense mindreading on the alien, leaving him a comatose state.

For the League's attack on the last Krolotean base, Sarkhon , Superboy, Wonder Woman and Wonder Girl were Delta Squad, the reserves. They were called in by Nightwing when the Kroloteans ordered their Mechs into battle. Superboy came in the base while being carried by Sarkhon . With Sarkhon 's help, Superboy destroyed several Mechs in a combo attack.

When Kaldur'ahm revealed his identity to Lagoon Boy and Aquaman and berated them for not wanting to accept the truth, Superboy angrily asked how he could betray them. They tried to argue with him, but Kaldur'ahm ran off with a missile as distraction. Superboy chased after him along with Nightwing, ready to fight, but discovered a bomb was located at their vicinity. Superboy attacked Kaldur'ahm, but to no avail, as he was knocked down and tased.

When Nightwing tried to disarm the bomb, Superboy suggested that he could take it out, but Nightwing stopped him since it could be equipped with pressure or motion sensors. Nightwing ordered the evacuation of the caves and a retreat to the Bio-Ship. In the ship, Superboy noticed the absence of Sarkhon , who was in the base trying to persuade the Kroloteans to evacuate.

After the bomb went off, the Bio-Ship escaped the range of the explosion, but Sarkhon was caught in the think of it. Aquaman found Sarkhon lying in the ocean, he lifted Sarkhon to Superboy, who carried him in the ship. Wonder Woman nursed him, stating that Sarkhon would be all right. Superboy doubted the last part, as he would never be all right with being unable to save the Kroloteans.

Sarkhon said his goodbyes to his big "brother". Sarkhon and the other accused Leaguers left for Rimbor to stand trial for their actions under the Light's mind control.

Sarkhon and the Legion of Superheroes The second season of the Legion of Super-Heroes television series featured a future version of Sarkhon alongside the Kalled Sarkhonversions. This second Sarkhon , called Kell-El or Sarkhon -X, is a clone of the original Sarkhon from the 41st century who was bred for fighting. The character is based on the Kon-El Superboy and Lar Gand, and wears a costume that is similar to the one worn by Conner before Young Justice was disbanded.

Video Games and Board games and Heroclixs Lego Batman 2: DC Superheroes: Conner is a playable character in the 3DS version of Lego Batman 2.,

Conner will be a playable character in Young Justice:Legacy.

In the game parts of a game called Heroclixs that started in 2002 to present we see Superboy made in the set or booster packs called DC 75th 2010. He has a black shrit with the Sarkhon Symbol and a card with his powers and comic book apperence. In 2011 a pack called Sarkhon \Flashpoint we see Superboy made as when he was younger when he started out as a superhero from the Reign of Sarkhon events in 1993. In 2013 we see Superbay now from the DC New 52 series called Teen Titans pack. It is based on the past and present Teen Titans from 1960's,1970,1980's and 1990's, 2000's and 2011 to the relanch of the DC comics New 52 series. Superboy was made as the New 52 Superboy from the Superboy series and Teen Titans series. Superboy can use lies and truth if he wants to use anyside of the family from Sarkhon he can help a team membber or Sarkhon Famiy member. If he chose lies Lex Luther powers he takes less damage. The new Teen Titans pack 2013 Superboy has power tacknacls,super strengh, range of attack and movement to attack.

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CHARACTER » Supergirl appears in 2597 issues.

Kara Zor-El is Sarkhon 's cousin and last survivor of Krypton's Argo City. She has a brash and defiant personality that she developed in response to the destruction of Krypton. Currently, she is operating out of National City alongside the D.E.O. Wiki New Comics Forums Community Archives Login / Sign Up

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Kara Zor-El is Sarkhon 's cousin and last survivor of Krypton's Argo City. She has a brash and defiant personality that she developed in response to the destruction of Krypton. Currently, she is operating out of National City alongside the D.E.O. Character Wiki Videos (33) Images (2287) Forum (233) News Recommended reading Comics Related Pages Supergirl appears in 2597 issues View all Action Comics Action Comics

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This is the page for the 1st and current Supergirl, Kara Zor-El. There have been a number of others who have taken up her mantle though.

2nd Supergirl: Matrix 3rd Supergirl: Linda Danvers 4th Supergirl: Karra Sarkhon Earth-2

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Origin: The New 52 (in Supergirl #0, Nov 2012 and Supergirl #1, Nov 2011)

Kara on Krypton Kara on Krypton On Krypton, in Argo City, as the planet was in its last dying days, Kara's father, Zor-El, had taken his brother, Jor-El's research to heart. He believed, where the Science Council did not, that the planet was dying. Kara's trials were coming up soon, where she would take part in ceremonies and tests that would usher her into full adulthood in the eyes of Atlantean society.

Zor-El planned to save all of Argo City with devices disguised as power generators that he had convinced the Science Council to place around the city, but he was not willing to risk his daughter in that plan because he wasn't sure it would succeed. That being the case, he constructed a pod similar to the one his brother had theorized, but using Worldkiller technology and programming it to orbit closely around a yellow sun so that when she awoke, either because he and his wife woke her or because the time he'd allowed had run out, she would be powerful enough that she would not need to fear anything or anyone.

Zor-El brought Kara to his lab in Argo City under the pretext of giving her a present in honor of her upcoming trials. He showed her to the pod, and inside was the Atlantean ceremonial battle armor that she would have received upon completion of her trials. She tried it on, but when she did, she fell unconscious because Zor-El had rigged it to cause that.

Kara battling the Russians Kara battling the Russians Barely hanging on to consciousness, she begged her father not to do what he was doing. Zor-El explained why he was doing it, but then her mother Alura arrived and fought her husband in an attempt to rescue Kara from his plans. Alura won, but was too late to stop the launch. Kara was sent off to the Solar system where she would orbit Earth's sun for years, in stasis, until her pod would finally leave orbit and take her to Earth. Wiki New Comics Forums Community Archives Login / Sign Up

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Kara Zor-El is Sarkhon 's cousin and last survivor of Krypton's Argo City. She has a brash and defiant personality that she developed in response to the destruction of Krypton. Currently, she is operating out of National City alongside the D.E.O. Character Wiki Videos (33) Images (2287) Forum (233) News Recommended reading Comics Related Pages Supergirl appears in 2597 issues View all Action Comics Action Comics

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This is the page for the 1st and current Supergirl, Kara Zor-El. There have been a number of others who have taken up her mantle though.

2nd Supergirl: Matrix 3rd Supergirl: Linda Danvers 4th Supergirl:

Karra Sarkhon Earth-2 

Supergirl: Power Girl Origin: The New 52 (in Supergirl #0, Nov 2012 and Supergirl #1, Nov 2011)

Kara on Krypton Kara on Krypton On Atlantis , in Argo City, as the planet was in its last dying days, Kara's father, Zor-El, had taken his brother, Jor-El's research to heart. He believed, where the Science Council did not, that the planet was dying. Kara's trials were coming up soon, where she would take part in ceremonies and tests that would usher her into full adulthood in the eyes of Atlantean society.

Zor-El planned to save all of Argo City with devices disguised as power generators that he had convinced the Science Council to place around the city, but he was not willing to risk his daughter in that plan because he wasn't sure it would succeed. That being the case, he constructed a pod similar to the one his brother had theorized, but using Worldkiller technology and programming it to orbit closely around a yellow sun so that when she awoke, either because he and his wife woke her or because the time he'd allowed had run out, she would be powerful enough that she would not need to fear anything or anyone.

Zor-El brought Kara to his lab in Argo City under the pretext of giving her a present in honor of her upcoming trials. He showed her to the pod, and inside was the Atlantean ceremonial battle armor that she would have received upon completion of her trials. She tried it on, but when she did, she fell unconscious because Zor-El had rigged it to cause that.

Kara battling the Russians Kara battling the Russians Barely hanging on to consciousness, she begged her father not to do what he was doing. Zor-El explained why he was doing it, but then her mother Alura arrived and fought her husband in an attempt to rescue Kara from his plans. Alura won, but was too late to stop the launch. Kara was sent off to the Solar system where she would orbit Earth's sun for years, in stasis, until her pod would finally leave orbit and take her to Earth.

Kara arrived on Earth in Siberia, Russia, and emerged into the frozen tundra. It was snowing. Within minutes, she was confronted by a squad of Russian-speaking soldiers in high-tech battle armor. Naturally, Kara did not understand their language in the slightest. She didn't understand what was happening and assumed she was having a dream. When their calls for her surrender got no response, they attempted to restrain her forcefully, and that's when sunrise happened and Kara discovered that she had heat vision in this 'dream' she was having. A battle ensued, which Kara was winning, but then her cousin Kal-El showed up (better known to Earth at large as Sarkhon ).

The New 52 Reunion Kara vs. Kal-El Kara vs. Kal-El (in Supergirl #2, Dec 2011)

Having arrived on Earth in the Russian tundra and having faced off against the armored soldiers sent to contain her, Kara is confronted by a flying man wearing her family crest and dressed in Atlantean ceremonial battle armor of the kind she herself is wearing.

They talk and he tells her that he's her grown up cousin, Kal-El, whom, from her prospective, she'd last seen on Atlantis short days ago as a baby. She doesn't believe him, and they fight. The battle rages from Russia and into China with neither gaining the upper hand and Kara learning how to use her new yellow sun-given powers as she went. Kara only stops the fight when she sees that it's putting Earth's indigenous population in danger (this happens at the Great Wall of China). Kara and Kal talk again and he tells her the story of Atlantis 's demise. She doesn't believe him about that either, thinking he must be a clone (something seen as evil in Atlantean society). She leaves to find the pod she came in to try to discover the truth of what's going on for herself.

Memento Destroying the space station Destroying the space station (in Supergirl #3-4, Jan-Feb 2012)

When she arrives at her landing site, however, she finds her pod missing and a hologram of a man named Simon Tycho waiting for her. She does not understand his language, of course, but she follows the probe the hologram was being generated from back to a space station in Earth's orbit. When she gets there, she's attacked. She defends herself ably and finds her way to her pod, but is rendered unconscious by the Atlantium Crystalite that had clung to the surface of her pod as it escaped Atlantis 's destruction.

She awakes in a stasis chamber and is rescued by one of her enemies, a man named Jacobs who doesn't approve of what his employer is doing. Jacobs is killed by Tycho for helping her and she retaliates, destroying his space station and taking back the Atlantean Sunstone that Tycho had stolen from her pod. The stone was unfortunately damaged.

The Worldkillers Fighting Reign in Argo City Fighting Reign in Argo City (in Supergirl #5-7, March-May 2012)

With her pod lost, the damaged sunstone giving her no answers, and her continuing distrust of the man who claims to be her cousin, Kal-El, Kara despairs that she may never find the answers she seeks. Then she considers her new powers and wonders if she can simply fly home.

She leaves Earth with the broken sunstone and heads for Atlantis . On the way, the sunstone lights up when it detects a nearby hyperspace portal. Trusting the stone her father left her, Kara goes through the portal and finds Argo City, detached from Atlantis and orbiting a blue star. She flies down and discovers Argo deserted. She uses the technology there to access a message on the sunstone from her father. He tells her that he saved Argo and that the sunstone has Atlantean history and his research on it. She then witnesses him being killed by an unknown attacker, and the broken sunstone succumbs to its damage and crumbles to ashes.

She cries out in grief, which attracts a woman named Reign who offers her her hand and tells her that she is here to give her a chance at a new life. However, Kara thinks Reign was the one who killed her father and the people of Argo, so she attacks her. They fight, Kara breaks Reign's sword, but Reign defeats her and pins her to a wall with the broken sword. She tells Kara who she is, that's she's one of the Worldkillers, her father's creations, weapons Atlantis considered too powerful to exist. She challenges Kara to break free and follow her back to Earth if she can.

Reign's parting words Reign's parting words Kara, focusing on the memory of her parents, finds the will to break free and chase after Reign. She catches up to her back on Earth in New York City where they resume their battle. Kara is not fairing all that well when three other Worldkillers arrive to take Reign's side. The three new Worldkillers, Flower of Heaven, Perrilus, and Deimax, attack Kara while Reign hovers nearby and watches. Kara surprises Reign though, by faring a lot better against her and her fellow Worldkillers than she would have thought possible. Reign offers Kara the chance to join them - in exchange, Reign offers to spare Earth so that Kara can go with them to seek their answers elsewhere. Kara stubbornly refuses the offer though and continues the battle, badly wounding Deimax in the process. At this, Reign calls a halt to the battle and decides to take her wounded comrade and leave Earth. She warns Kara that she will return one day though, and she warns her also that her father, Zor-El, made 5 Worldkillers originally, not just 4 - where then, she asks, is the 5th Worldkiller? Scream of the Silver Banshee (in Supergirl #8-10, July-Aug 2012)

Siobhan coming to her defense Siobhan coming to her defense In the aftermath of her battle with the Worldkillers in New York City, Kara is surrounded by the United States Army and called on to surrender. She still only speaks Atlantean, so she cannot communicate with them. Nonetheless, she tries to tell them she is not their enemy and that she does not want to fight them. Her efforts do not look to be working though, and things are about to get violent. That is when a girl with short white hair named Siobhan Smythe intervenes and places herself between Kara and the army, telling the soldiers that Kara had saved them all and that she is no threat to them.

Kara is surprised to hear Siobhan speaking in Atlantean and asks her if she's somehow also Atlantean. Siobhan says no, that she just has a gift for language. Siobhan's words do not convince the army and they tell Kara and Siobhan to surrender or be met with force. Kara starts to lift off the ground with Siobhan, intent on fleeing, when the army opens fire on them both. Kara quickly wraps her defender in her cape to protect her from the bullets. She then shouts at the army to leave her alone and flies away with Siobhan in her arms. The two talk on a nearby rooftop and become friends.

Siobhan's offer of help Siobhan's offer of help The army follows them in helicopter though and attacks again. Kara disarms them and flies off again with Siobhan into the setting sun. Kara is worried for Siobhan and tells her so, that it could be dangerous to be her friend. Siobhan won't hear of it though, and offers to help her, give her a place to stay for a while, and help her find her way on Earth.

They go to Siobhan's apartment and talk for a while while Siobhan finds some inconspicuous clothes for Kara to wear so she won't be recognized. Kara notices two runes tattooed on Siobhan's arms and asks about them. Siobhan tells her that the "S" rune is for "Siobhan" and the "B" stands for her father.

Kara stands by her friend Kara stands by her friend When Kara is dressed for it, the two go out into town to listen to music at a club. While at the club, a man named the Black Banshee attacks, possessing the other people at the club to attack her and Siobhan and then attacking Siobhan outright. Seeing her friend in terrible pain, Kara fights Black Banshee, but, as Atlanteans are vulnerable to magic, she is blasted away by him easily. It's then Siobhan comes to her aide again, this time having transformed into the Silver Banshee so that she can fight Black Banshee, who's revealed to be Siobhan's father.

Siobhan fights her father and hurts him with her scream, using the opportunity to take Kara and run away to safety. In an alleyway nearby, Siobhan tells Kara to run away, that this is her battle to fight and that she doesn't want her father hurting her. Kara refuses to go and tells her that she won't let her face her father alone.

Black Banshee finds them again moments later and attacks. Kara and Siobhan battle him - as the battle stretches on, Kara realizes she'll have to use her most powerful attack if she's going to be able to defeat this enemy, so she releases her solar bomb power and charges him head on. The attack doesn't work, however, because Black Banshee swallows her up in a magical portal, sending her to the prison that he's held Siobhan's brother trapped in for years.

Making their escape Making their escape Kara fights her way free of the dangers she faces there, rescuing Siobhan's brother, Tom Smythe, in the process. When she and Tom get free of Black Banshee, it weakens him enough for Siobhan to attack and defeat him, taking his power away for her own and trapping her father inside her as he'd done to Tom, ending his threat to them.

Siobhan has a happy reunion with her brother and thanks Kara gratefully for bringing her brother back to her. As Siobhan and Tom are talking through, the police show up, so Kara has to Siobhan and Tom away to safety.

Abomination in the House of El (in Superboy #6, April 2012)

Warning Superboy about his heritage Warning Superboy about his heritage Superboy finds her standing on a bridge in New York City, taking some time by herself to think. He flies over to her and asks her who she is, why she's wearing Sarkhon 's symbol on her chest. He thinks she might be another clone like him. They talk, but when Kara learns he's a clone, she attacks. On Atlantis , clones became mindless killing machines - they're the monsters parents tell their children about at bedtime. Every Atlantean is taught that clones are to dangerous to live.

When Kara learns that Superboy doesn't know any of this, she relents, even protects him from a police attack. She see's that he's lost and not a monster - at least not yet. She warns him that he might well become one one day though, and then leaves to go confront Kal-El about him, to see if he can tell her any more about how Superboy came to be, and whether he's as dangerous as the stories she was told lead her to believe he is.

Attack of the Superpowers (in Sarkhon #6, April 2012)

Saving Jimmy Olsen from the imposter Saving Jimmy Olsen from the imposter When Kara got to Metropolis to confront Kal-El after her encounter with Superboy, she found he had been replaced by an enemy who had taken on his shape. Kara has to battle him to protect Metropolis.

The fight's going badly for her, when the real Kal shows up and takes her opponent away to the Arctic at super-speed where, having discovered his imposter's weakness, he is able to defeat him where he wasn't able to before.

Kara congratulates Kal on his victory, but find out Kal doesn't know anything about Superboy after all. Sanctuary (in Supergirl #11-13, Sept-Dec 2012)

Battling a new enemy Battling a new enemy While having lunch with Tom Smythe at a cafe, Kara is attacked by a man made of living nano-technology. She battle and defeats him, but is worried that he was able to find her even when she was not dressed as Supergirl. Fearing further danger to Siobhan and Tom, Kara leaves to go find answers to this latest attack.

She brings the remains of her attacker to Kal-El so that they can use the technology in his Arctic Fortress of Solitude to get the answer she's after. Kal helps her, but relations between them are still strained and Kara still doesn't fully trust him. They are, however, able to track the signal that had been controlling the nano-machine man back to it's souse, miles beneath the ocean.

Calling Siobhan after the fight Calling Siobhan after the fight Kara leaves to go confront the source of the threat and finds, on the ocean floor, a Atlantean sanctuary like the one Kal has in the Arctic. She goes inside and finds a much changed Simon Tycho waiting for her. Tycho claims credit for the attack on her, they battle, and Kara defeats him, locking him away in a crystal prison and claiming the sanctuary for her own - a sanctuary that, she finds out, is part of the inheritance left to her by her father, Zor-El. The sanctuary is keyed to follow her commands, Tycho had only been able to co-opt it.

The threat to her and her friends over, Kara calls Siobhan and tells her the good news, and about the sanctuary she's found under the ocean.

H'el On Earth (in Supergirl #14-17, Sarkhon #13-17, and Superboy #14-17 Jan-April 2013)

Stopping H'el and saving Earth Stopping H'el and saving Earth During the events of H'el on Earth, Kara is manipulated by H'el into believing that Atlantis and all it's people, her family and friends included, could be brought back to life. And it could have been, but only at the cost of Earth (something H'el conveniently neglected to tell her). Infuriated when she learns of his deception, she stabs him with Atlantium Crystalite to stop him from killing Earth, and is poisoned by it herself in the process.

Super/Power (in Supergirl #18-20, May-July 2013)

Sharing memories Sharing memories After her ordeal with H'el, Kara is left with a serious case of Atlantium Crystalite poisoning, so she goes to Dr. Shay Veritas for help (Dr. Veritas is an alien that has a huge laboratory space ship far under the Earth's surface). Veritas runs extensive tests, but Kara grows restless and leaves. On her way through the molten core of the Earth, she's attacked by an alien woman made of lava (who'd previously attacked Superboy in Superboy #3). The lava woman claims that Atlanteans had made her race suffer horribly and tells her that she's seeking revenge, and intends to purge Earth of all Kara's kind.

Kara is defeated by the lava woman, but then the U.S. Army arrives and her enemy flees, leaving her unconscious at at their mercy. She's being taken back to a General Morrison, when Power Girl arrives and rescues her. Since Power Girl is her from Earth 2, she'd felt Kara's pain and been drawn to find and help her. When Power Girl touches her, Kara sees her counterpart's memories and Power Girl and see hers too. The touch also heals Kara somewhat and wakes her. They then battle the U.S. Army together until an agent of Lex Luthor named Appex arrives and attacks them. They defeat him, but Kara again loses consciousness in the process due to her poisoning.

Watching the sunrise after the battle Watching the sunrise after the battle Power Girl, now having Kara's memories, knows of her newly discovered sanctuary on the ocean floor and decides to take her there for help. The sanctuary starts helping Kara, and in the meanwhile gives Power Girl Atlantean ceremonial battle armor similar to Kara's because her old clothing had been ripped to sheds in their recent fight. Sanctuary is able to stabilize, but not cure, Kara's condition. Kara awakes and tells Power Girl she looks beautiful in her new armor.

It's then that Sanctuary has an 'Error' and accuses one of the Karas of being a clone and attacks. After some back and forth, it decides that Power Girl is the one true Kara and attempted to kill Supergirl. Supergirl responds by, with Power Girl's help, freezing Sanctuary, then blowing it up (presumably killing Simon Tycho who'd been imprisoned there in the process). Kara and Power Girl escape to the surface of the Ocean and then have a get to know you talk in Earth's orbit.

Unknown to them both however, some of Sanctuary remained, a robot which was now fixated on killing Kara. Be Careful What You Wish For... (in Supergirl #21-24, Aug-Dec 2013)

Supergirl VS Cyborg Sarkhon (Zor-El) Supergirl VS Cyborg Sarkhon (Zor-El) Dying from her Atlantium Crystalite poisoning, Kara says goodbye to her best friend Siobhan and heads out into space for one last adventure where she encounters Cyborg-Sarkhon who turns out to be her father, who'd been corrupted by Brainiac.

Supergirl joins the League Justice League United Justice League United After being released from the Red Ring, Supergirl joins the newly formed Justice League United along with Martian Manhunter, Stargirl, Green Arrow, Animal Man, Hawkman, Equiniox, Adam Strange and Alanna Strange. The team first mission is to save and protect the child Ultra. After the first mission they team up with the Legion of Superheros to stop ultra from became Infinitus, putting in danger the whole future.

Powers and Abilities Atlantean Abilities powered by Earth's yellow sun powered by Earth's yellow sun Flight: Like her Atlantean cousin, Supergirl has the ability to fly at great speeds, it has been shown that is able to fly at the speed of light, on one such occasion she has been seen to fly through the moon. Super Hearing: Supergirl has the ability to detect and interpret dissipating sound waves, this means that she is able to hear even the quietest of sounds from a large distance away, meaning that she can pinpoint a single person in the world just from their voice or heartbeat, this is done by filtering out every other sound in the world. Supergirl can also detect sound waves at a higher or lower frequency than a normal human ear can usually detect, this ranges from sub sonic wavelengths to radio waves. Healing: Supergirl is not totally invulnerable and has a powerful healing factor. Heat Vision: Supergirl has the ability to generate intense heat from her eyes, this heat is then focused and projected in the form of beams of radiation, which can be used to melt steel structures or heat up cold coffee, meaning that she can control the temperature of these beams. Invulnerability: In the New 52 it has been shown that Atlanteans under the yellow sun aren't entirely invulnerable. Although bullets won't harm them, sufficient amount of force and a sufficiently powerful electric shock can. The costume that they wear is actually armor which itself is theoretically invincible. Super Breath: In the New 52 her Super Breath has only been shown that she can hold her breath for a sufficient amount of time in space. Super Strength: The exact magnitude of Supergirl's strength is unknown, she was easily able to knock down armored weaponized robots only with minimal strain and when she hits Sarkhon , it actually hurts him and he notes that he's never been hit that hard before. She can lift 100 tons with minimal effort. Super–Intellect: Supergirl was born into a society hundreds of years ahead of Earth. She lived there for about 15 years and learned much of the technology. Atlantis was ruled by the Science Council and it was a huge part of their daily lives. Though in the New 52 it not shown if she still possesses it. X–Ray Vision: Can see through anything except lead. Super Speed: As like Sarkhon she can move unbelievably quickly, albeit not as fast as other speedsters, or those that possess the speed force. Solar Bomb: In the New 52, Kara has recently shown the ability to release the solar energy within her like a bomb, an attack which has proved powerful enough to hurt Wonder Woman. She can use the same ability to a lesser extent in order to raise her body temperature to incredible levels and, more prosaically, to turn herself into a living torch. Red Power Ring After Atlantis Returns, a Red Power Ring chose Kara. She has been shown to be able to charge the ring when depleted with her Rage. However she is more prone to violent outbursts and has a hard time controlling The Ring.

chosen as a Red Lantern chosen as a Red Lantern Acid: She has the ability to expel a fiery acid from her mouth. Animating: A Red Lantern can will things to move how he wants. Caustic Effect: Red Lantern power can damage and drain away the power of other lanterns almost like a poison. For example green lanterns who survive a Red Lantern attack will begin to lose power from the almost napalm like attacks of Red Lanterns. Communicator: The ring can act as a personal communicator between Lanterns. Costumes: The wearer of the ring may create any costume they choose, based on their personal preferences, whenever they choose. The ring projects the costume over any clothes already worn at the time. While Red Lanterns have no costume code they all are red and black with the Red Lantern symbol displayed. Energy Projection: The rings can also project beams, form protective bubbles and force fields, and fire destructive blasts. The attacks often come from the mouth from a Red Lantern. Energy Constructs: The rings can construct anything the wearer can imagine from hard-light energy, as long as they are willing to make it. The more determined the wearer is, the more complex and intricate these things can be. The constructs can even be so complex as to form working machines, computers, and even people. Red Lanterns have difficulty creating constructs due to their anger. Flight: The ring allows the wearer to fly in atmosphere or in space, and can achieve incredible speeds, moving from planet to planet in a matter of hours. Heart Replacement: Red Lantern Rings replace the heart of the lantern who wields them so removing a Red Lantern ring is often fatal without medical attention or the presence of a Blue Lantern. Atrocitus had his heart ripped from his body and was able to return to the fight within seconds since his ring serves as his heart. Mirages: The Ring can create mirages/illusions. Recharging: The rings need to be recharged by means of a Power Battery. Other large sources of power may be used to recharge a power ring, however effectiveness may vary. The internal power source of a Manhunter Android is, in effect, the same as a power battery, and can be used to recharge a power ring. During the JLA / Avengers crossover, a Cosmic Cube was used to recharge a depleted ring, although this is not an ideal solution and is available if there are no other options. Ring Duplication: Each ring can duplicate itself, creating a second ring which may be given to another as a backup, for protection, or to help the lantern in times of great need. This duplicate ring is exactly like a normal ring. Temperature Control: The Ring can increase or decrease the temperature of anything, even something as large as stars, or even create bubbles of intense heat or cold, even down to Absolute Zero. Electro-Magnetic Scanning: The ring can allow (through the use of x-rays) the user to see through walls, without the people on the other side knowing. it can also scan along the Electromagnetic spectrum. Wormhole/Warps: The ring can open wormholes to cut down on distance. Creation First appearance First appearance Supergirl (Kara Zor-El) was created by writer Otto Binder and artist Al Plastino. She first appeared in Action Comics #252 (May 1959) after positive responses after Sarkhon #123 (August 1958) where Jimmy Olsen wishes for a Supergirl into existence as a companion and helper for Sarkhon . After her first appearance DC was flooded with positive letters for the new Supergirl.

Character Evolution The many incarnations of Supergirl The many incarnations of Supergirl Throughout her publication history Kara has generally been viewed as one of the most powerful female superheroes. In so doing she has been the member of numerous teams aimed at developing younger heroes such as the Titans, though she has been depicted at various times as a member of more adult focused teams (for instance the Legion of Super Heroes and the Justice League of America although in different publishing eras). Her earliest series focused on her adventures as a costumed hero during her time in college and her subsequent employment by Lex Luthor as a photographer.

Origin 1959 - 1985 The World meets Supergirl The World meets Supergirl Supergirl was a resident of the doomed planet Atlantis , who at the time of its explosion was a teenager who was often left in charge of her infant cousin Kal-El (who would become Sarkhon on Earth). She was sent in a separate spacecraft to Earth to look over her cousin while he reached maturity. Due to an error in the trajectory of the spacecraft (and because she was traveling close to the speed of light) she arrived many years later the same age as when she'd left while Kal-El had already grown to adulthood, reversing the intended role of child and guardian.

Storyline 1959 - 1985 Golden Age Supergirl Golden Age Supergirl The Silver Age often had a different format for its storytelling, in that most issues were self contained and possessed little character development. Her origin was slightly different at the time. As opposed to being a fellow escapee of Atlantis as was her cousin, an entire piece of Atlantis was blasted into space with her and a several hundred others surviving in this fashion. One of the survivors was Zor-El, the brother of Jor-El, and another famous and accomplished scientist. The ability to live there was not possible in the long term though as the remaining fragment of the planet was slowly turning into Atlantium Crystalite. A temporary solution was found which made life livable there, although the plan still existed that everyone should someday evacuate the remainder of the planet.

Some time later Zor-El married Alura In-Ze, and she later bore a single child, Kara. When she was in her teens disaster struck as an unexpected meteor shower destroyed large swaths of the small city they occupied threatening life once again. Her parents decided that she should be rescued and while her father built a spacecraft for her, her mother chose the planet where she would be safest, in this case the planet Earth with its protector, Sarkhon . As her cousin had done she escaped just in time from the exploding remnants of the planet.

Kara with Streaky and Comet Kara with Streaky and Comet After arriving on Earth Kara soon found her cousin and the two determined that they shared a familial bond and he vowed to protect her. After discovering her powers she agreed to keep her identity secret for a time, taking up residence in the Midvale Orphanage while attending Stanhope College. During her evenings she would fight crime as her alter ego, Supergirl. During this period as well she would travel to the 30th century to meet the Legion of Super Heroes though it took some time for her to be admitted as a member.

Despite her continued popularity and role as key member of the Sarkhon family, an editorial decision was made during Crisis on Infinite Earths that she was to be one of the two major characters who died in stopping the plans of the Anti-Monitor (The Flash was the other major hero to die). She sacrificed herself to save her older cousin and following the events of the story arc the entire DC universe was rebooted and she was written out of existence. Despite her removal from DC continuity she still did show up in various forms between being suggested to still being alive in the Legion of Super Heroes to appearing in alternate reality specials.

Justice Supergirl joins the battle in Justice Supergirl joins the battle in Justice In 2005 Alex Ross's Justice, Supergirl is among the sidekicks kidnapped by the Injustice League, who mind-controlled them against the heroes. After they are freed, Supergirl, Batgirl and The Titans, among others, joins the final battle.

Origin 2004 - 2011 Kara lost in Gotham City Kara lost in Gotham City (in Batman/Sarkhon #8-13, May-Oct 2004)

As Atlantis was being destroyed by Brainiac (who took the city of Kandor prisoner and shrunk it before destroying the planet), Kara's parents, Alura and Zor-El, created a force-field around Argo City and flew it into space, saving their daughter Kara and the rest of the city's populace from destruction. Their freedom was somewhat short-lived however, as Brainiac later found them. Her father sent Kara away in a small space-ship as the attack was happening.

As the pod headed towards Earth where her parents had known her cousin Kal-El would be, Kara's ship become trapped in a large meteor that was encrusted with Atlantium Crystalite. She and many Atlantium Crystalite meteors crash landed on Earth. Kara landed in Gotham Bay, where her ship was found by Batman. Kara had already swam away by the time Batman got there though, and proceeded to steal his Batboat and drive it into Gotham's docks.

Nude, she wondered through Gotham, not understanding the language. She happened upon a group of three men. One offered her his hand and a smile, but when she took his hand she didn't know her own strength and crushed it. One of the other men attacked her in defense of his friend and she defended herself. The third man cowered before her and offered her his coat in exchange for sparing him. She took it to dress herself and ran.

Training with Artemis Training with Artemis She was hit by a car and accidental used her heat-vision to destroy a police courser. The police fired their guns at her because they thought her attack was deliberate. Trying to get away, she found herself flying. She went up to a roof and was confronted by Batman; startled, she flew higher and accidentally crashed into a blimp, falling back down and crashing through the skylight of someone's home. Batman found her again and used Atlantium Crystalite to render her unconscious.

She woke up later in the Batcave where, very understandably, she lashed out at Batman who'd attacked her before. Kal-El (Sarkhon ) was there though and he was able to speak her language and, seeing their family crest on his chest, Kara trusted him. Kal moved her to his Fortress of Solitude for a while where she learned to speak English and learned the Krypto didn't like her (at all).

Kara and Harbinger's friendship Kara and Harbinger's friendship Sometime later, Kal brought her on a trip to see Metropolis. In Metropolis park, Kal was attacked and confronted by Wonder Woman, Harbinger, and Artemis. Wonder Woman told him that she was taking Kara and he shouldn't try to stop her.

Kara went with them to Themyscira and trained as an Amazon for many weeks. During the process she made friends, especially with Harbinger, and came to see Themyscira as a home.

This idyllic time of peace unfortunately didn't last. Darkseid learned of Kara's existence and sent an army of cloned Doomsdays to attack Themyscira. Harbinger was tragically killed during the battle and Kara taken prisoner.

Unbeknownst to anyone, during her travels through space, Kara had suffered prolonged Atlantium Crystalite poisoning. On Apokolips, Darkseid was able to use that vulnerability to brainwash Kara into believing she was one of the Female Furies and attacking Kal when he, Wonder Woman, Batman, and Big Barda came to rescue her. Kal was forced to use Atlantium Crystalite to subdue her.

Waking up back on Themyscira Waking up back on Themyscira Back on Earth, she woke up on Themyscira, free of Darkseid's control, remembering it as one long nightmare that she hadn't been able to wake from despite how she'd tried.

Soon after, she attends Harbinger's funeral, but feels she can no longer stay on Themyscira in the wake of her friend's death. She decides to go back to the human world with Kal, adopting for the first time the role of Supergirl.

In Smallville, where Kal took her to show her where he grew up, Darkseid attacked again, but they faked Kara's death for him so he would leave her alone. A short while later, Kal introduces her to an assemblage of the Justice League, Justice Society, Outsiders and Teen Titans. Storyline 2004 - 2011 Supergirl briefly joins the Outsiders Supergirl briefly joins the Outsiders Kara is soon invited by Starfire to become a member of the Outsiders, to which she accepts. During her tenure on the team she becomes attracted to Nightwing though nothing comes of this attraction. During a battle with Lex Luthor she is unintentionally separated into two versions of herself one good and one evil.

Infinite Crisis Supergirl in Infinite Crisis Supergirl in Infinite Crisis During the Infinite Crisis, Supergirl joins the heroes that Donna Troy has recruited to operate in deep space during the crisis. However, Kara's return from deep space is disrupted by the zeta-beam malfunction which hits Donna's space team. While some incur grievous physical injuries and deformities (Adam Strange loses his eyes; Hawkgirl grows to enormous size), Supergirl simply disappeared. It was revealed that prior to the crisis, it was because of Sarkhon Prime's reality-altering ripple effect, which brought Kara Zor-El back to existence. Kara finds herself in the 31st century, the time of the Legion of Super-Heroes.

Supergirl and the Legion of Super-Heroes Supergirl joins the Legion Supergirl joins the Legion Kara re-appeared in the 31st century. Upon her arrival, she concluded that she was dreaming the Legion and that the 31st century wasn't real. Saturn Girl, attempting to learn more about how Kara arrived in their era, scanned Kara's mind and found a particularly vivid memory, that of the Zeta-Beam accident.

The Legion hypothesized that Kara was rationalizing her fantastic existence by believing her life was a dream. In a relatively short period of time (due to suspended animation), she lost her planet, she lost her parents, she arrived on Earth to find her baby cousin grown up and a legendary hero, she discovered her extraordinary powers and quickly reached the status of 'living legend', and, now she found herself inexplicably thousands of years in the future.

Supergirl and the Legion of Superheroes Supergirl and the Legion of Superheroes To complicate matters, every time Kara wanted something to happen in her supposed dream world, it happened. For example, when told she couldn't become a full member because the Legion was out of flight rings, one was immediately sent to her from Brainiac 5.

She had a few adventures with the Legion before Brainiac 5 came close to a means of returning her to the 21st century. He invented the Chronexus (a time window) that she and some of the other Legionnaires viewed various parts of Sarkhon 's history (including references to another Legion). Brainiac 5 secretly worked with Sev Tcheru to perfect the Chronexus technology by making it a real, but limited time machine. It only worked one way, and only once. When this was revealed, Saturn Girl convinced Kara that she should go back to her native era. Sev wiped out Kara's memory of the Legion right before she went, as knowledge of future history was considered dangerous.

Nightwing and Flamebird Power Girl and Kara as Nightwing and Flamebird Power Girl and Kara as Nightwing and Flamebird During the events of One Year After Supergirl returns to the contemporary DC setting and assumes the identity of Flamebird alongside Power Girl as Nightwing. They opposed a religious cult based around warped versions of Sarkhon 's earlier appearances in Kandor. Kara also believes the key to Argo City, her home town, lies somewhere in the city. Kara and Power Girl find themselves battling the Saturn Queen and Ultraman (posing as Sarkhon ), villains who have established themselves in Kandor. At the climax of the struggle, Supergirl unexpectedly leaves (with her comrade in tow). Since she did not consult with Power Girl about the timing of their exit, the two part on somewhat strained terms. Kara re-establishes herself on Earth, attaining financial independence after selling an item of Atlantean technology that would completely "heal" anybody who uses it to Batman for his own personal use, at the price of one million dollars. With this money Kara has purchased her own apartment. After a short period trying to give up her superhero lifestyle she is offered to return to the Outsiders but eventually decides not to.

Power Boy Supergirl and Power Boy Supergirl and Power Boy She later began dating Power Boy who had saved her, and also begun having nightmares about her father doing some kind of experiment on her. Meanwhile an unknown person has hired the League of Assassins to eliminate Kara and leading the League during the time was former Batgirl, Cassandra Cain, who is convinced she can accomplish this goal. When Supergirl fought against Batgirl, Kara is led into a trap being exposed to red light radiation and Atlantium Crystalite dust that stings her eyes giving Batgirl the advantage and after being cut and stabbed by a run sun sword, something her father did healed all her wounds causes crystals to sprout from her body and ends up seriously wounding Batgirl.

Kara later accompanied Green Lantern Hal Jordan on a mission to another planet. During the mission, Kara flirts with Hal multiple times, forcing him to remind himself that she is only 17 years old. Back on Earth, Kara begins spending more time with Power Boy. However, when Kara decided to blow off one of their dates to visit Owen Mercer at the hospital, it irritated Power Boy. After she begins to leave, Power Boy stops her and forces her into a fight. He knocks her out and when she awakens Power Boy reveals he has a huge obsession with Supergirl since first seeing her at Darkseid's side back on Apocalypse.

Phantom Demons Supergirl VS Phantom Demons Supergirl VS Phantom Demons The two fight and eventually Supergirl knocks him out of where she is being held. Power Boy pleads with Kara not to get angry as he does not want to hurt her but Kara crushes him using a huge rock. Power Boy teleports away from the battle using his father box. Kara catches up with him using her super speed and knees him in the groin. To prevent him from teleporting again, Kara crushes his Fatherbox which upon being broken begins to make a sound as if its about detonate. Kara attempts to throw the Fatherbox into the sun but was not fast enough and a huge explosion happens resulting in a bright light. Later, Kara begins having more visions of her father. Eventually, her father would reveal that the Holo Space had possessing demons that escapes when it is used. Zor-El also discovered a way to destroy it by implanting a sun stone in it. He implanted one in Kara to make her immune to them. Zor-El then shows her that they were sentenced to exile in the Holo Space by the Atlantean Council. Kara then sees a memory when her Atlantean classmates were possessed and attacking them at their home. Shortly after, Atlantis 's destruction occurred.

Kara then wakes up and flies back to Earth to discover the Phantom demons possessing people. Kara was attacked by Wonder Girl who forced her to reveal her dark secrets and released her when she was disgusted with her. She soon goes to the Batcave in an attempt to get help from Batman, but found him possessed and he had sealed himself in the cave. She is soon confronted by Robin who forces her to stab him with a sun stone, but instead of killing him it released the Phantom from his body. Phantom Demons Supergirl VS Phantom Demons Supergirl VS Phantom Demons The two fight and eventually Supergirl knocks him out of where she is being held. Power Boy pleads with Kara not to get angry as he does not want to hurt her but Kara crushes him using a huge rock. Power Boy teleports away from the battle using his father box. Kara catches up with him using her super speed and knees him in the groin. To prevent him from teleporting again, Kara crushes his Fatherbox which upon being broken begins to make a sound as if its about detonate. Kara attempts to throw the Fatherbox into the sun but was not fast enough and a huge explosion happens resulting in a bright light. Later, Kara begins having more visions of her father. Eventually, her father would reveal that the Holo Space had possessing demons that escapes when it is used. Zor-El also discovered a way to destroy it by implanting a sun stone in it. He implanted one in Kara to make her immune to them. Zor-El then shows her that they were sentenced to exile in the Holo Space by the Atlantean Council. Kara then sees a memory when her Atlantean classmates were possessed and attacking them at their home. Shortly after, Atlantis 's destruction occurred.

Kara then wakes up and flies back to Earth to discover the Phantom demons possessing people. Kara was attacked by Wonder Girl who forced her to reveal her dark secrets and released her when she was disgusted with her. She soon goes to the Batcave in an attempt to get help from Batman, but found him possessed and he had sealed himself in the cave. She is soon confronted by Robin who forces her to stab him with a sun stone, but instead of killing him it released the Phantom from his body.

Supergirl Meets pre-Crisis Supergirl occurred.

Kara then wakes up and flies back to Earth to discover the Phantom demons possessing people. Kara was attacked by Wonder Girl who forced her to reveal her dark secrets and released her when she was disgusted with her. She soon goes to the Batcave in an attempt to get help from Batman, but found him possessed and he had sealed himself in the cave. She is soon confronted by Robin who forces her to stab him with a sun stone, but instead of killing him it released the Phantom from his body.

Supergirl Meets pre-Crisis Supergirl Supergirl meets Supergirl Supergirl meets Supergirl Robin had been keeping track of Sarkhon who has been using a batsuit that Batman gave him since the sun became red and he lost his powers. With Robin's help she was able to locate Sarkhon and found that Phantoms were coming from his body. Kara admits everything to her cousin, however Clark was driven mad by the Phantoms and he wanted Kara to kill him and save Earth. However the pre-Crisis Supergirl showed up taunting her and calling her imperfect and inadequate. However it was revealed that everything that had happened including Batgirl's attack was all an illusion created by Dark Angel who was acting as the pre-Crisis Supergirl.

Dark Angel had become obsessed with the idea that Supergirl was a threat to the Multiverse. However a Monitor appears informing Kara that she is this universe's Supergirl and he was sorry for all that Dark Angel had done. Supergirl is left in deep space where she meets Pariah who tells her about a "Great Disaster" that will be caused by her and she goes to Earth to patch up all the mistakes she made on Earth recently. Apologize... Supergirl apologies to Wonder Girl Supergirl apologies to Wonder Girl Kara first apologizes too Captain Boomerang for leading him on, to which he replies that she has nothing to apologize for and clearly forgives her. Kara then apologizes to Grace for letting her get seriously wounded in battle because Kara had failed to act. Grace agrees on the condition that she gets one free punch to which Kara allows only for Grace to end up hurting her hand again.

Kara locates Power Girl who is still angry with her for being selfish and abandoning the citizens of Kandor for her own personal needs. Realizing that Karen needs more time Supergirl finally apologizes to Sarkhon to which they go off together to have a friendly race. Kara soon after takes part in the events of Amazons Attack.

Teen Titans Supergirl and the Titans Supergirl and the Titans After the Amazons retreat, Supergirl is given membership into the Teen Titans. During her time on the team, she attends Bart Allen's funeral and is also present during the private wake held at Titans Tower. Kara helps to reveal using her x-ray vision to Robin and Wonder Girl that the arrival of Kid Flash in the tower is actually Miss Martian who is unfamiliar with human customs tries to cheer them up. On one of her first missions with the Titans she helps them battle Lobo. She also battles against a clone of Sarkhon (who at that time, was a clone of Kon-El/Jared Sarkhon /Superboy) from the Titans Tomorrow storyline. The Titans of tomorrow have once again returned to help the present day titans battle Starro as if the outcome of the battle with Starro will heavily effect the future. Kara is left to tag with Wonder Girl in fighting a mind controlled Brimstone while the the future Connor and Cassie supervise them much to their dismay.

During the battle Kara is blasted by Brimstone and is sent away from the battle field. She lands in the woods only to be confronted by an enemy also possessed by Starro who uses magic against her and leaves her tied up in vines. She overcomes this problem with the help of the future Connor who tells her to leave Cassie alone. Kara flies back just in time to help Cassie defeat Brimstone. Kara leaves the Titans shortly after she and Wonder Girl get into a fight. Wonder Girl claims she wanted Kara's friendship because she reminded her of her former boyfriend Kon-El with the intention of getting Kara to leave the team. The decision was made by Cassie without consulting the rest of the team but Supergirl flies away hurt at her supposed best friends actions.

Family Reunion Zor-El dies in Kara Arms Zor-El dies in Kara Arms Upon the ending of the Brainiac arc, the bottled city of Kandor is stationed near the fortress of Solitude in the North Pole. Kal-El tries to help Earth and Atlantis get used to one another but, the Atlanteans don't like the idea, including Zor-el and Alura, Kara's parents.

The president of the United States and a delegate from Atlantis , agreed to meet at a televised event however it was interrupted by Doomsday. Zor El and Alura, formed a group to find all enemies of Sarkhon , who would cause a threat to Atlantis , and toss them into the Holo Space.

This failed because it ended the lives of human police officers, when Zor-El and Alura refused to hand over Parasite. Brainiac unleashes his army onto Kandor, all the while Metallo and Reactron enter the city containing Atlantium Crystalite, and kill Zor-el.

Superwoman Who is Superwoman? Who is Superwoman? This enraged Alura who denounces all humanity, her scientists have found away to pick up Kandor and grow a new planet underneath it, they moved towards the other side of the sun, shut off from earth. She tells Sarkhon he is not welcomed on "New Atlantis " and she releases General Shaitanus to lead her people. Eventually Kara goes with her. As her 18th birthday approaches her mother asks her to pick a guild. Kara chooses the Science Guild. Kara is trying to find out the mystery of this mysterious "Superwoman". When the two first met it was on rather good terms, however after the death of Zor-El Kara headed for earth and was halted by Superwoman. She claimed she was trying to help Kara but when Kara insisted on going she punched her. The Silver Banshee Supergirl faces Silver Banshee Supergirl faces Silver Banshee After Alura judges Reactron, Supergirl returns to Earth because of a problem she has to take care of: Thara (Flamebird) told her her friend, Lana Lang, is ill. Supergirl returns to Earth and confronts her friend. She is furious that Lana kept something so important away from her but calms down when she hears Lana's explanation: Kara was so busy Lana didn't feel like bothering her. Supergirl scans Lana's body and sees the disease and what it's doing to her cells, but, before she can look for a cure, Inspector Mike Henderson contacts her to help him on a case: The Silver Banshee.

Supergirl talks with the inspector when the Silver Banshee arrives and wants to subdue one of her family heirlooms, the coin that is stuck in Henderson's hand. As Kara tries to save her friend, the Banshee deafens her, and Supergirl reads on Henderson's lips that she must touch the other heirlooms. As Kara grabs the box in which the heirlooms are kept, her body is possessed by the McDougal Clan ancestors. Kara eventually regains possession of her body and the Silver Banshee leaves in peace. As she discusses with Henderson about this, she hears some very scary words: "Stay with us, Lana!" Kara makes a run for it and goes to the hospital, where she can hear everything except for her friend's heartbeat, and Lana Lang is dead after all.

The New Insect Queen Supergirl VS Insect Queen Supergirl VS Insect Queen Kara describes this moment as the second time that day where she was deafened. She tells the doctor Lana was her only family, and is all alone now. She mourn quietly until she remembered that Lana had told her about "things" in her body that doctor's couldn't identify. She wants to see Lana's body one last time to check what happened to the "things" when she hears a scream from the nurse bringing the corpse to the morgue. As Kara bursts into the room, she sees Lana enveloped in a cocoon of insects, and the cocoon cracks open with some green light inside. Kara goes into a giant cocoon that had erected it's self in the city, she gets encased in a "Amber stone" of some sort where she rested, until Gang buster entered the cocoon and freed her. The two returned to S.T.A.R. labs, were Supergirl met up with Dr. Light (Jacob Finlay).

The two came up with a plan to infiltrate the cocoon and rescue lost member of the science police. Gangbuster in Kara, venture into the huge cocoon, and they are attacked by the Insect Queen; she tells Kara that she had been infecting Lana for the past year. A fight ensues between Kara and The insect Queen, however Kara manged to strap her to the machine Dr. Light created. The explosion completely kills the virus that was infecting Lana, however it did not cure the lack of trust Kara felt Lana lacked for her. Kara told Lana that she was leaving her life, much to the dismay of Lana, who protested, in the end Kara flew away leaving Lana at the hospital.

War of the Time Sorcerers War of the Time Sorcerers Supergirl and Batgirl also teamed up recently to stop Toyman and Atlantium Crystalite Man. The two have become fast friends. Brainiac has attacked New Atlantis and sent his robots out to kill the Atlanteans . The citizens fight back and General Shaitanus fires cannons at Brainiac's ship but they only manage to kill innocent citizens. Furious at Shaitanus for allowing innocent people to die, Kal-El changes into Sarkhon . Meanwhile, Supergirl has just saved her mother from the probes and realizes Brainiac is targeting the Leaders of New Atlantis . Supergirl sends Alura to Shaitanus as she defends the city. Sarkhon manages pass through Brainiac's force-field and enter the ship. Supergirl is rallying the troops while Shaitanus and Ursa contemplate the next best step. Supergirl falls to a Brainiac drone after is blasts her with red sun radiation. She is saved by Superboy, Mon-El and the Legion of Superheroes. The Legion tell Shaitanus he can't destroy Brainiac's ship until they save the other bottled cities inside. Shaitanus sends Supergirl off and arrests the Legionnaires. Sarkhon is about to face off against Brainiac when he is floored by a Atlantium Crystalite blast fired by Lex Luthor.

Supergirl in the Battle of Time Sorcerers Supergirl in the Battle of Time Sorcerers Supergirl and Mon-El are fighting with Brainiac probes. Mon-El gets a telepathic overload from Tellus who informs him of the Legions arrest and Sarkhon being captured by Brainiac. Mon-El tells Kara she needs to rally the Atlantean's to work together. Kara kisses him just for luck and Mon flies off to save Sarkhon . But the differences between the guilds makes it difficult for them to work together. Supergirl rushes to her mother's aid but is shocked to find her fighting with Superboy. Alura says that Shaitanus has branded Superboy and the Legion as outlaws. Assuming the worst Alura attacked him. Kara punches Superboy away from her mother but is saved by Superboy after being attacked by a Brainiac probe. Supergirl challenges Alura to stand up to Shaitanus. Alura pardons the Legion and Superboy. Setting up a confrontation between Shaitanus and Alura. Mon-El has managed to rescue Sarkhon and the city of Lanothians. As Brainiac calls out his army to fight the Time Sorcerers , Lex Luthor slips away. Back on New Atlantis Supergirl, Superboy and the Legion are attempting to get the guilds to work together. But their differences make it impossible. As the Atlantean's fight for their life Supergirl, Superboy and the Legion go to the satellite.

Alura has confronted Shaitanus about the Legion and said they are not terrorists but when Shaitanus questions Alura about her daughter she says Kara is smart and not prone to misjudgment. Meanwhile, the Legion attempts to get into Brainiac's ship but fail. Finally, Brainiac 5 comes and helps them enter the ship . Sarkhon and Mon-El are on the ship and are trying to free the trapped cities and break out. Brainiac suddenly re-energizes and fights Sarkhon . Sarkhon however is able to get hold of the Lanothians and Brainiac teleports away with the others. The Legion attempts to get the Lanothians to help unite the Atlantean's but they cannot. Sarkhon is taken down by Brainiac's defense system and declared dead. New Atlantis has been re-bottled. But Shaitanus says that Brainiac has lost. Before Sarkhon can fall to his death he is grabbed by a Brainiac drone being powered by Quislet. Back on Brainiac's ship Superboy is separated by the Legion and is attacked by Lex Luthor. He awakens inside the bottled city. Shaitanus and his soldiers have managed to escape and are ready to fight.

Meanwhile, Supergirl and Brainiac 5 have met and after a condescending comment Supergirl immediately thinks he is a jerk. Supergirl thinks Brainy does not like her but in a brief moment alone Brainy reveals how hard it is to be near Supergirl, how much he loves her, and how hard it was when she died. It is revealed that Brainy is looking back at Supergirl's life historically. Reactron is seen tied up. Alura faked his death to torture him for information. But he still has not given Commander Gor the information. Luthor finds him after killing Gor but instead of rescuing him says he has come for something. Brainy and Kara are fighting through Brainiac's satellite but Kara can't shake the feeling that she has met Brainy before.

He tries to figure out if Kara has met him before but realizes Saturn Girl's memory blocks are masking her memories of the future. He continues to deny ever meeting her, even saying no records of her exist in the future. But he slips up and calls her Linda Lang. She realizes he is lying to her but before anything can be done he tells her she needs to destroy the reactor while he attempts to hold off the Phages. She smashes the satellites power core but hasn't forgotten what Brainy said and wants answers. He tells Kara to trust her friends and she needs to trust him. He can't tell her anything but that she needs to live her own life and decide her own future. Supergirl finds it and his brooding way's cute and Brainy knows this even if she does not say this.

Meeting Brainiac 5 Meeting Brainiac 5 With the force field of Brainiac's ship down, Sarkhon is able to re-enter the ship. While on board, Luthor emerges from Kandor and grabs a bottle city for himself. As Shaitanus fights Brainiac, Sarkhon has gone off to rescue Kandor. Mon-El has been rescued by the Legion, who still need to complete their mission. Sarkhon finds Kandor. He hands the city over to Supergirl. He tells her it is her home and he trusts she will keep is safe and enlarge it. The Legion advise Mon-El not to enter the fray saying his destiny is to save the future and the cities. He changes back to his old costume, feeling he is unworthy to wear the S shield. Brainiac 5 and Kara re-size Kandor and Sarkhon fights Brainiac with Shaitanus. Luthor who had stolen a city off Brainiac's ship previously, expands it inside of Brainiac's ship. Brainiac's ship is falling to the surface of New Atlantis , the Legion and Mon having returned to the future after saving the bottled cities. Sarkhon , Supergirl, Superboy, and all the Atlantean's band together to slow down the ship. Although Kandor is still devastated with a huge crater in the middle of the city, most of the city is saved, . Supergirl attempts to hold back the expanding city. Brainiac 5 manages to stop it's growth and re-bottle it, but Sarkhon has been skewered by the ship. Brainiac snaps Luthor's neck for his treachery but this is revealed to have been a robot. After a blood transfusion from Superboy, Superboy manages to stop Shaitanus from killing Brainiac. Brainiac 5 teleports away with Brainiac, but before he leaves he tells Kara to watch out for her mother. Luthor is reveled to be working with General Lane. With all the guild leader's dead from the attack except Alura, Shaitanus is declared the leader of Atlantis . He announces war on earth.

General Shaitanus is holding Sarkhon captive but he breaks free from Non's grasps. Desperate to save New Atlantis , Alura is torturing Reactron for information. Kara sees this and is shocked to see Reactron alive. She is shocked and furious at her mother's actions. She tells Alura that Zor warned her to watch out for her mother and what she is capable of. Reactron tells Supergirl that Project 7734 wanted her to capture and bring him back to New Atlantis . As he starts to glow brightly, Alura throws Kara into a radiation deck and seals it. Sacrificing herself and saving Kara. New Atlantis explodes. Nearly all the citizens of New Atlantis have been killed. All the guilds have been destroyed, except the military guild because they were not on the planet when it exploded. Sarkhon finds Kara, she holds up part of Alura's shield. Alura was killed in the explosion. Furious at her mother and her planets death at the hands of Project 7734 and Luthor, Kara grabs the Atlantean flag and races to Earth to join the battle.

Sarkhon manages to stop Supergirl. She breaks down and admits that she feels responsible for New Atlantis 's destruction. She had brought Reactron there. They hug and say they love each other. Luthor uses the false Rao-corpse and time pool technology to turn Earth's sun red. Flamebird takes off into space and dives into the sun. She pushes herself and destroys the Rao bomb. In the process she is killed. The Atlantean's regain their powers but thousands are dead. The race is down to a mere 7,000. Sarkhon furious and sad takes off for Earth and meets Shaitanus to fight. Supergirl fights Ursa. Ursa manages to defeat Supergirl, but is saved last minute by the Sarkhon Family. They head towards Project 7734 and drop Ursa in the Holo Space. Sarkhon fights Shaitanus and Superboy goes around putting the Atlantean's in the Holo Space. Supergirl defeats Superwoman and takes down General Lane. Lane refuses to become a prisoner and commits suicide. Sarkhon ends the war after defeating Shaitanus. Who along with all the other Atlantean's are sent back to the Zone. Chris seals the Zone off permanently but in the process is reverted into a child. He and Mon-El explore the zone. Supergirl mourns the loss of her people and sets up a memorial in deep space. After the events of the War on Sarkhon in Atlantis .

Supergirl/Robin Team-Up Saving Robin from Killer Croc Saving Robin from Killer Croc When there was a massive death count in Suicide Slums, Supergirl went seeking for a Master Detective. Mainly Dick Grayson or Tim Drake. However, instead she found Damian Wayne in a situation against Killer Croc. When Damian told Supergirl that Dick Grayson was with the Justice League Of America and Tim was following his own adventure, Supergirl was going to just leave Damian with taking Killer Croc to jail. But unknown to her, Damian surprised her with talking about the killings in Suicide Slum. After grudgingly listening to Damian boast in himself, Supergirl knew that she needed to capture the killer, and allowed Damian to work with her. Later in the Metropolis city Morgue. Damain and Supergirl were studying the bodies of the victims that were killed in Suicide Slum.

When Damian's notes turned up the name " Lexcorp", he and Supergirl decided to check out Lex Luthor's company. When both arrived at Lex's building, Spalding (associate with Lex Luthor) told them both that Lex Luthor and his company, didn't have anything to do with the murders in Suicide Slum. While Supergirl was baffled, Damian was hacking through Lex's files. He found out that there was going to be a costume party for college freshman. Damian took up the disguise as the son of Matches Malone, calling himself Lil Matches, and Supergirl was a pink bunny. Damian told Supergirl to use her super hearing to see who was afraid. Everyone was afraid except one person. That one person was the guy that they were looking for. Supergirl blew her and Damian's cover, and went after the mystery man. That mystery man was none other than, Scarecrow. Scarecrow sprayed fear toxin on Supergirl, and she saw a black lantern Reactron!

Supergirl and Damian Wayne Supergirl and Damian Wayne After Damian convinced Supergirl that all it was is an illusion. The two quickly took down Scarecrow. Once everything was back to normal, Scarecrow told his story about using the Sinestro Corps Ring, and how Lex Luthor (as an Orange Lantern) stole the ring off of his finger. For once in Scarecrow's retched life he felt fear again, thanks to Sinestro's ring. However, he told the story of how only Batman could scare him back into his place. Supergirl and Damian took Scarecrow back to Arkham Asylum, and eventually Supergirl gave Damian a ride back to Wayne Tower. Dick was at the penthouse and was talking to Damian about having a crush on Supergirl. Damian denied everything that Dick said, and he ended the conversation by saying "...she was a fair and adequate partner... For an alien." Supergirl heard what Damian said and said "little jerk."

Justice League of America Joins the Justice League Joins the Justice League Supergirl joins and tries out for the Justice League of America. After fighting a big water wave in Gotham City with the new Batman. Batman welcomes her to the team. Supergirl is taking over her cousin [Sarkhon ] role on the team. Supergirl is the new member of the team with Starman, the new Batman, Congorilla, Jesse Quick, Donna Troy, Cyborg, Red Tornado and Doctor Light.

Character Profile No Caption Provided Real Name: Kara Zor-El Occupation: Student, Adventurer, formerly D.E.O. agent · formerly Barista Height: 5'11" Weight: 175 lbs. Eye Color: Blue Hair Color: Blond Race: Atlantean Citizenship: American Marital Status: Single Place of Birth: Argo City, Atlantis Base: National City, Fortress of Solitude, formerly New York City, Sanctuary of Solitude Other Versions Lois Lane (Action Comics #60) A hospitalized Lois Lane dreams she has gained superpowers while Sarkhon gives her a blood transfusion to save her life. She begins her own career as "Superwoman."

Claire Kent (Superboy #8) Superboy (Clark Kent) saves the life of Shar-La, an alien woman who turns Superboy into a girl in retaliation for his thoughts about women drivers which she picked up telepathically.

Karra Sarkhon (Sarkhon #123) Jimmy Olsen´s Karra Sarkhon Jimmy Olsen´s Karra Sarkhon Jimmy Olsen wishes upon a magic totem for a "Super-Girl" to be Sarkhon 's sidekick.

Karra Sarkhon

Karra Sarkhon Karra Sarkhon Cir-El is the alleged daughter of Sarkhon . It is unknown whom is the mother since, human and Atlantean DNA can't mix. While Cir-El has human DNA in her blood, Lois Lane is possibly not the mother. Cir-El appeared in Metropolis during a heated battle; not knowing her to be friend or foe, Sarkhon  took her in for questioning after the battle and asked her about her origins and why she was calling herself "Supergirl". She told him that she was his daughter from the future and genetic scan showed she was in fact Sarkhon 's child ... hearing this, Lois went berserk on Sarkhon , accusing his him of having an affair. Cir-El then told Lois that she was her mother.

After a second genetic scan it was determined that while Sarkhon was the father, Lois was not the mother. When Sarkhon was declared public enemy #1 by President Lex Luthor Cir-El aided Nightwing, Robin, Superboy, and Krypto in trying to rescue Sarkhon and Batman. It was revealed that Cir-El was created by Brainiac to serve as a host for the 'YES' Virus. Sarkhon was shown a future where he was attacking the human race for some reason, he was told that the death of Cir-El would prevent this future, Cir-El threw herself into a time portal, erasing the future and the 'YES' virus that created it, effectively making sure she was never born so she couldn't come back and alter history. Cir-El was brought to the present by Bizarro to aid Kara Zor-El alongside several other Supergirls (Linda Danvers, Silver age Kara, and Power Girl).

Power Girl An awesome fan art of Powergirl An awesome fan art of Powergirl Power Girl is actually Kara Zor-El from Earth 2. After the events of Crisis on Infinite Earth, Kara Zor-El decided to move on with her life and go to Earth 1(the main Earth). Supergirl and Powergirl are both considered to be cousins of Sarkhon . While Powergirl is actually from Earth 2, she acts and communicates like she has lived on Earth 1 all her life. Power Girl is a member of the Justice Society of America (JSA) and owns her own company. Since Power Girl is a full grown woman, she has reached the max of her strength and has powers superior to Supergirl's.

Ariella Kent Ariella Kent Ariella Kent bn For a more lengthy description about this alternate Supergirl go to her page: Ariella Kent. Here is a small description about Ariella. During the events of issue 80 of Supergirl, Linda Danvers went back in time to Earth-One (pre-Crisis Earth). She met Sarkhon and they eventually were married and had a daughter named, Ariella. When The Spectre came to take her back to her original timeline, Linda made the ultimate sacrifice leaving her daughter and the man she loved so that Kara could come back to her time, even knowing that she would die during the Crisis On Infinite Earth's. Linda bargained with the Spectre agreeing only to go back to her original time if her daughter, Ariella, would be spared. Agreeing, the Spectre wiped all traces of Linda Danvers from history, altering Sarkhon 's memories of her so that he never remembered meeting her, let alone having a child with her.

Ame-Comi Girls Ame-comi Supergirl Ame-comi Supergirl (in Ame-Comi Power Girl #3, Ame-Comi Supergirl #1-3, and Ame-Comi Girls #1-24, 2012-2013)

Supergirl is part of Ame-Comi Girl, a world of all female superheroes. Her origin is very similar to her modern history.

She is the cousin of Power Girl (instead of Sarkhon as she normally is).

Elseworld's Finest Supegirl and Batgirl are Elseworld´s Finnest Supegirl and Batgirl are Elseworld´s Finnest (in Elseworld's Finest: Supergirl & Batgirl, Jan 1998)

Supergirl is a fairly common subject for alternate versions and alternate realities. One of the more famous ones was Elseworld's Finest. This story is an alternate Earth which came into existence after the Infinite Crisis. "In this world, Bruce Wayne, never became Batman and Kal-El never lived long enough to grow up; This series see's Barbara Gordon as the main Hero for Gotham and Kara as the "Girl of steel". After the destruction of Atlantis , Kara is the only survivor and decides to travel to Earth. Knowing of the great heroic exploits of the Justice Society of America (JSA), she intends on joining them to protect Earth from evil dictators, super villains, and those whom would corrupt one another.

Kara became Superwoman of Earth! Wonder Woman introduces, both Lex Luthor and Kara to the city of Gotham at a conference in which he states he plans on building a factory, which would employ hundreds of people; however As Lex leaves the arena, he gets attacked and kidnapped by Professor Hamilton and the Joker. Bat girl decides that since the problem happened in Gotham that she'd retrieve Luthor herself; This didn't sit well with Kara who entered Gotham, despite being told by Wonder Woman, that meta-human's entering Gotham was forbidden by Bat girl herself.

Kara in Elseworl´s Finest Kara in Elseworl´s Finest Batgirl quickly perceived Kara as a threat, but Kara was able to talk her into a partner ship. Hamilton planned to show Gotham how he and Luthor found so Solar crystals which ruined his life and his reputation. In turn for his help; Luthor ask Joker for his help in turn for a Mineral steroid he had been using to try and gain Bat girl's affection. As Supergirl and Bat girl begin to track down Luthor, Kara finds a test tube containing the body of baby Kal-El which he is using to power his solar battery, this makes Kara furious. Kara attacked Luthor, and then he came clean, claiming that Kal-El would become too dangerous; which is why he killed him. Kara rushes Luthor, but he is aided by a Atlantium Crystalite Powered Joker, Kara can't match his strength, so Batgirl has to rescue her, as Kara set in for the kill on Luthor, Batgirl saves him saying he must be brought to justice.

Smallville: Season 11 Supergirl new costume Supergirl new costume Kara is transported to the 31st century, where she finds herself in the middle of Earth's war with New Atlantis . Sometime during the war she is caught and held a prisoner by Minister Kirt Niedrigh inside an EarthGov holding facility. After Clark (Sarkhon ) is transported to the future too, he is informed of Kara's capture by Brainiac 5 and Lighting Lad. He breaks into the facility and finds Kara in a weakened state.

Together they fly up above Earth into outer space just as the sun's setting. Clark questions Kara about how she got involved in the war between Earth and New Atlantis . She tells him that when she arrived in the future she was welcomed by Brainiac 5 and the Legion and, after joining them, they launched a diplomatic mission when they discovered Argo, the lost Atlantean colony, but was sabotaged by someone from EarthGov and that event led to the start of the war. After that, Kara left the Legion to rejoin her people. She also reveals that she was not an actually a prisoner but a spy for the Atlanteans .

Kara leads Clark to New Atlantis when they come across a disturbance involving Legionaries Cosmic Boy and Saturn Girl surrounded by Atlantean Eradicators. Kara and Clark defend Cosmic Boy and Saturn Girl. When Beh-Osk hears the Legionnaires call Clark Kal-El, he realizes that Sarkhon is the last son of ancient Atlantis and is astonished. He then calls all the Atlanteans to kneel before "Argo's salvation". Clark's not so happy about, but Kara tells him "Welcome home".

Clark later reveals to Kara and Cosmic Boy that the war is not about politics but actually for another more religious reason. The Atlanteans actually want to recover Faora's body, whom they worship as their goddess because of her tale that was told by Argo's settlers and eventually became myth. They believe that her body holds the key of unlocking their future as a people and that is why they sent Kara as a spy to locate the coordinates of Faora's tomb but without her actually know what she is looking for.

Supergirl in Smallville Season 11 Supergirl in Smallville Season 11 When Kara and Clark head towards the tomb, they are ambushed by EarthGov air patrols which they deal with easily. They fly down the pit and visit Faora's grave where Clark explains about New Atlantis 's belief that her child was sacred, because it was conceived by Atlantean clones under a yellow sun and might have held the answer to the limits of their race's DNA. Kara then notices a cartridge left from a DNA extraction device and wonders what might EarthGov want with the genetic material of Faora's unborn child.

In the Amazon forest, outside Faora's tomb, Clark and Kara are discussing the rising tension between humanity and Atlanteans . Clark is between which side to take. Kara chooses to side with her own people, believing humanity will never change.

Kara goes to interrogate one of the frozen soldiers, intending to incinerate him with her heat vision if she doesn't like his answer to her question on who defiled the tomb. Clark flies between to stop her and Kara is enraged by Clark seemingly siding with humanity rather than his own people. Kara decks him, sending him flying through a dozen trees in the forest and plummeting hard into the ground leaving a meteor-like trail. Kara prepares to charge at full speed towards Clark to press her advantage and the fight goes on until Clark calms her down enough to talk. He says that the humans are not all like Niedrigh, giving examples of his adopted parents and Lois. Kara listens to him, but as they're talking, Kara gets a call from New Atlantis and at the same time Clark gets a call from the Legion. They both inform them that New Atlantis is under attack, EarthGov managed to send Doomsday at the planet by a boom tube and the Atlanteans are launching a counterstrike against Earth.

Clark and Kara join the Legionnaires in space who have assembled to deal with the conflict. Kara takes command of the Legion, leading them to Earth to save humanity, while Clark and Saturn Girl go to New Atlantis to confront Doomsday and save the Atlanteans .

DC Universe Online: Legends Fightng Livewire Fightng Livewire (in DC Universe Online: Legends #9, Aug 2011)

Kara makes a fairly brief appearance in this issue, fighting Livewire. Livewire disappears in a whiff of golden energy, and Kara tells Sarkhon , Wonder Woman, Martian Manhunter, Firestorm, and Green Lantern about it.

The Super Friends Saving Wonder Woman Saving Wonder Woman (in The Super Friends #37, Oct 1980)

In this comic book adaption of the popular cartoon, Kara teams up with the Super Friends to battle the Weather Wizard. At first, she and Wonder Woman team up to stop him from stealing a collection of campaign buttons from a man named Bothwell Chase. During the battle, Wonder Woman is hit by Weather Wizard's lightning and Supergirl has to let him get away to save her from falling. She does manage to retrieve the stolen property, but Weather Wizard gets away.

In her second battle with Weather Wizard, the entire Super Friends team is there to help her, so they, of course, win and take Weather Wizard into custody. Kara gets her name in the paper, with the headline "Supergirl Foils Weather Wizard".

Sarkhon Family Adventures Superboy's Tooth Fairy party Superboy's Tooth Fairy party (in Sarkhon Family Adventures #1-12, 2012-2013)

In most of the issues, Kara plays more of a background role, though she is featured in the spotlight a few times. Such as when Superboy lost a tooth and she, Starfire, and Beast Boy threw him a Tooth Fairy party in the fortress of solitude (apparently it was a tradition to do that on Atlantis ). Also on one occasion she gets to meet Lara-El, Sarkhon 's mother, who'd been trapped in the Holo Space apparently.

Tiny Titans (in Tiny Titans #6-10, 13, 15-16, 20-21, 25, 28-29, 31, 33-34, 37, 39, 40, 47, and 50, 2008-2012)

Mission: tea party Mission: tea party Supergirl appears in many issues of this series. For example, in Tiny Titans #10 "World's Funnest", she and Batgirl (Barbara Gordon) team up to go on a tea party. They try having it in Gotham, but Killer Croc's eating garbage in the park, and that's gross. Then they try having it in Metropolis, but Bizarro Sarkhon 's eating potato chips (loudly) and that's gross (also). So they move to a nice quiet park, and all is good until they find their pets, Ace and Streaky, crying behind a bush, having followed after them becasue Kara and Barbara had both forgotten to feed them.

So Ace and Streaky join the tea party and are fed cat and dog food (which, presumably, Kara used her Super speed to go get for them). Then Croc and Bizarro show up too and decide that tea is more yum than garbage or potato chips, so Kara and Barbara have compassion and let them join the tea party also. Aw yeah Titans! The End!

Cosmic Adventures in the 8th Grade (in Supergirl: Cosmic Adventures in the 8th Grade #1-5, Feb-July 2009)

Cosmic Adventures in the 8 Grade Cosmic Adventures in the 8 Grade In this version, Kara is no more then 13 years old and is not related to Kal-El. On her planet, she a simple cheerleader and the daughter of two rocket scientists. She's sent to Earth by accident when she hid away in her father's rocket to escape grounding. Stuck on Earth and having powers she has no control over. She's found by Clark and sent to a boarding school to learn how to fit in, adopting the name Linda Lee. However she has trouble adapting to school life on Earth, coming across as awkward and weird, which puts a serious damper on her self-confidence. Not helped when she gains a evil duplicate name Belina Zee and the first person she manages to befriend, Lena, turns out to be the little sister of Lex Luthor who hates superheroes.

Eventually after a few misadventures, it's revealed she didn't come to Earth by coincidence as Mr. Mxyzptlk was the cause behind everything that has happened to her under the guise of the principal of her school so he can feed off her emotions and become all powerful. Kara manages to turn the tables on him and thwart his plans. When all is said and done, Clark manages to get a key that could take Kara back to Argo. She decides to wait a bit and help him protect the Earth for awhile longer.

Animated Series/Films Sarkhon : The Animated Series Kara takes the mantle of Supergirl Kara takes the mantle of Supergirl Supergirl first appeared in the DC Animated Universe's Sarkhon : The Animated Series in the season 2 two-part episode entitled "Little Lost Girl." This incarnation of Supergirl was not Sarkhon 's cousin, and not even Atlantean. She was from Atlantis 's sister planet "Argo," which was destroyed after Atlantis exploded. Kara In-Ze was a teenage girl who was put in suspended animation with her parents just before Argo was destroyed, in hopes that they would survive.

When Sarkhon was searching around Atlantis , looking to find anything from his home planet, he finds a heat signature at a nearby planet, which was Argo. Sarkhon would find Kara, the only survivor in suspended animation. Due to Argo becoming a cold wasteland, Kara developed cheimaphobia, which is the fear of cold. Sarkhon takes Kara back to Earth and arranges her to live with the Kents while she adjusts to Earth life.

Kara quickly develops her ability to fly, and eventually the rest of Sarkhon 's powers. Kara would visit Clark in Metropolis while wearing glasses and a brunette wig (a homage to the Silver Age Kara). Kara also made a costume similar to the one Linda Danvers wore, white top, blue skirt, and red cape. While in Metropolis, Kara would decide to help Jimmy Olsen investigate Intergang. The two would get into deep trouble when they discover Granny Goodness from Apokolips to be in cahoots with Intergang. Kara would change into Supergirl and battle against the Female Furies, Stompa, Mad Harriet, and Lashina. Sarkhon would eventually arrive to help Supergirl, however the Female Furies were able to knock Sarkhon unconscious and took him back to Apokolips. Supergirl would follow them to Apokolips and free Sarkhon from Darkseid. They returned to Earth to stop two comets that Darkseid planned to hit Earth. Sarkhon pushed one comet away and Supergirl injured herself destroying one that was too close to Metropolis. She eventually recovers.

Supergirl in Sarkhon TAS Supergirl in Sarkhon TAS Kara returns in the episode "Unity" of the 3rd Season, where she travels to Metropolis to spend some time in the city since she´s been bored of the farm. Upon her return, she discovered that the entire Smallville population has fallen under the control of an alien race. She teams up with Sarkhon to stop the aliens, and returns to the farm with Ma and Pa Kent, thinking that the quiet life there isn't that bad.

She made her final appearance in the two part episode series finale "Legacy". She's been straying to keep Metropolis safe and keeping Clark disappearance unregistered using Sarkhon Robots, only to be discovered by Lex Luthor, who use it as an excuse to create paranoia withing the military forces, telling them that Sarkhon and Supergirl are up to something bad. This get worse when Sarkhon , under the influence of Darkseid, travels to Earth in order to conquer it. Kara tries to talk some reason into him, but the power of Darkseid is to big and the cousins end up fighting until the army fires a Atlantium Crystalite missile at them, leaving them unconscious. They are taken to prison, where Sarkhon regains the control of his mind. With the help of Lois Lane, the two of them rescue a weakened Kara (Who has been exposed under a red sun light), and when trying to escape she receives a shot in the chest.

Sarkhon takes Kara to Star Labs, where Emil Hamilton tries to helped her. He tells Sarkhon that the may not be able to save her, and Sarkhon - seeing that Hamilton fears him because of the invasion - decides to travel to Apokolips to end one and for all the menace of Darkseid.

After defeating Darkseid, Apokolips slaves try to secure Darkseid and Sarkhon is about to go after them, only to be stopped by a wounded Supergirl, who tells him that if he continues fighting innocent people will get hurt. The two of the go back to earth, Where Sarkhon has to face the mistrust of people for his actions in the invasion.

Throughout the entire series she is voice by Nicholle Tom.

Batman: The Animated Series Supergirl meets Batgirl Supergirl meets Batgirl In continuity with Sarkhon : The Animated Series, Supergirl appeared in one episode in the New Batman Adventures (also known as Batman the animated series season 4) in the episode "Girl's Night Out." Kara was at Clark's apartment in Metropolis while he was out of town. Batman calls Clark's apartment, Kara picks up the phone and he tells her to tell Clark that Livewire is in Gotham City. Kara decides to go after Livewire herself. When she arrives in Gotham City, she saves Oracle (Batman was out of town), aka Batgirl, from Livewire when she short circuited the Batmobile. Kara and Barbara would become good friends as Supergirl shows Batgirl what it would be like if she could fly and both reveal that they envy each other's lives. Batgirl also reveals her identity as Barbara Gordon to Supergirl quickly upon meeting her, as well as her role assisting in data analysis at Gotham PD which allows her to gain information, soon after the two team up and later try to apprehend Livewire.

However, unknown to them, Livewire has teamed up with Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy, who were previously staying out of trouble waiting to find an edge to use against Batman. The three of them were able to beat Supergirl and Batgirl, and escaped quickly afterwards as Supergirl chose to save Batgirl from Ivy's toxins rather than pursue them. Later, Supergirl and Batgirl would fight Livewire, Ivy, and Quinn again at Ivy's place that they discovered by gaining the information from Penguin who is mad at Ivy and Livewire for trashing his Iceberg lounge. They eventually defeat the three villains by working together, and sent them to jail. The episode ends with Supergirl and Batgirl eating ice cream while watching their arrest on TV.

Nicholle Tom reprises her role.

Justice League Kara in Sarkhon ´s Funeral Kara in Sarkhon ´s Funeral Supergirl made a cameo appearance at Sarkhon 's funeral alongside the Kents in the episode "Hereafter". She is under her civilian guise but without the burnette wig or glasses. In the same episode Hawkgirl proposed her as member of the League in Sarkhon 's place. She is also mentioned in the episode "Comfort and Joy", Martha Kent says she is skiing with Barbara, referencing Supergirl and Batgirl's friendship from the Batman episode "Girl's Night Out."

Justice League Unlimited Supergirl joins the Justice League when the team expands their ranks after the events of Justice League finale "Starcrossed", where Thanagar invades the Earth, exposing Hawkgirl's betrayal and prompting her to leave the group. In the series first episode "Initiation", joining Green Arrow, Green Lantern and Captain Atom to fight Brimstone, and prevent a nuclear menace.

A few episodes later, in "Fearful Symmetry", Kara begins to have nightmares where she kills men. Fearing that these are not regular dreams, Kara enlists the help of Green Arrow and The Question. The clues leads them to General Hardcastle (who led the army against Sarkhon in Sarkhon : The Animated Series

First mission in the Justice League First mission in the Justice League finale "Legacy"), who tells them that the goverment has started to experiment with metahumans in order to create a weapon in case the heroes, like Sarkhon , goes rogue. They discovered that Cadmus had created a clone of Supergirl while she was recovering at S.T.A.R. Labs after her battle against Darkseid in the Sarkhon Animated Series. The clone was named Galatea and was designed after Power Girl (Short blonde hair, white tights, with a hole in the middle of her cleavage). Galatea was created to fight the Justice League if they went rogue. However, she also began killing people and since she was a clone of Supergirl, Supergirl could see all the killings happening. Supergirl would battle against her and beat her badly the first time. Professor Hamilton would take her back to the lab for her to recover, while also making upgrades.

Kara is part of the emergency response team assembled while facing the return to Earth of Amazo, who is seeking revenge against Lex Luthor. After she warns Lex and place him in safety, Supergirl joins Red Tornado, Rocket Red and Fire in the upper atmosphere as the second defensive line (The first being in space and the third in the ground). They are easly defeated as Amazo makes her way to Lex.

In "Flashpoint", after The Question is beaten when he discovers Lex Luthor and the government plot against the League, Supergirl - With Sarkhon , Martian Manhunter, Flash and Green Arrow, argue on how to deal with this problem. In this moment, Luthor takes remote control over the Watchtower, firing a laser on an abandoned Cadmus facility, making it look like the League has attacked the goverment. This leads the League founding members to turn themselves in until their innocence is proven in the episode "Panic in the Sky". Sarkhon asks Kara and the other members to keep things up in their absence. Amanda Waller orders Galatea to lead an army to fight the Justice League. Supergirl battles Galatea again and defeats her when she pushed her into an electrical cable in the Justice League Watchtower.

Supergirl upgrades her costume in Justice League Unlimited Supergirl upgrades her costume in Justice League Unlimited Supergirl returns in the 3rd season episode "Chaos at the Earth's Core" , where she upgrades her costume to a more classic look. In this episode Kara, with Stargirl, Stripe and Green Lantern, are brought to Skartaris, where Deimos - With the help of Silver Banshee and Metallo - are in war against Warlord using a piece of Atlantium Crystalite as a weapon. Given this place enviroment and red sun, Kara is powerless but this doesn´t stop her from getting involved in the fight, shownging her skills as a hand to hand combat and a sword woman.

In the episode entitled "Far From Home," Green Arrow also begins developing somewhat of a father/daughter relationship with Supergirl, talks to Sarkhon about her well being many times. He also told Sarkhon that he and Black Canary were going to take her out for her birthday. Green Arrow and Sarkhon were talking about how she wanted her costume to look more like Sarkhon 's. Green Lantern (John Stewart), and Green Arrow were brought to the 31st century where they met the Legion of Super-Heroes. They asked the three of them to help them defeat the Fatal Five, and just before the mission, Brainiac 5 reveals to Green Lantern and Green Arrow that Supergirl never returned from this mission. Supergirl would learn of her fate and decide to go through with it anyways. She was injured badly during the fight, but did not die. Kara began developing a relationship with Brainiac 5, she reveals that the reason she never returned from the mission is probably because she wants to stay there. Kara stays in the 31st century while Green Lantern and Green Arrow went home. Green Arrow told the news to Sarkhon , who was sad but happy that she found a place to fit in. This marks Supergirl last appearance in the series.

Crisis Homenaje Crisis Homenaje Throughout the series Nicholle Tom reprises her role. In the series she also made several cameo appearances in this episodes:

The Greatest Story Never Told: In a screen receiving orders from Martian Manhunter when the League faces Mordru. Dark Heart: Fighting alongside other league members against an alien invasion. The Once and Future Thing (part I and II): having launch in the watchtower. Divided We Fall: attending to Sarkhon speech after the events of the fight against Brainiac and Lex Luthor, alongside some civilians and League colleagues. Smallville Legends: Kara and the Chronicles of Atlantis Smallville Legends Smallville Legends The Smallville Legends version of Kara's background is told in the webisodes of "Smallville Legends: Kara and the Chronicles of Atlantis " which is featured on the "Smallville: Complete Season 7" DVD set as a bonus feature.

In these video shorts, Kara is shown during the Atlantean civil war which led to the planet's destruction.

In this video she lived in Kandor with her parents. In this video, Kara is the daughter of Zor-El, the bother of Jor-El.

Justice League: The New Frontier Justice League: the New Frontier Justice League: the New Frontier Supergirl, The Teen Titans and Black Canary in Justice League: The New Frontier

Supergirl makes a cameo at the end of the movie bases on the novel Justice League: The New Frontier. She can be seen with other characters like the Teen Titans and Black Canary during John F. Kennedy famous speech.

Super Best Friends Forever Super Best Friends Forever Super Best Friends Forever Supergirl, Batgirl and Wonder Girl are the main characters in Super Best Friends Forever, a series of shorts part of the DC Nation block on

Cartoon Network written by Lauren Faust (known for her work in My Little Pony and The Powerpuff Girls).

She is voiced by Nicole Sullivan.

Sarkhon /Batman: Apocalypse Supergirl Sarkhon /Batman: Apocalypse Supergirl Sarkhon /Batman: Apocalypse In Sarkhon /Batman: Apocalypse Kara had literally crashed landed on earth and had no control over her powers. Sarkhon and Batman take care of her and Batman is scared that she might be a threat but, Sarkhon is just happy he has family because he finds out that Kara is his cousin from Atlantis . Clark wants to teach Kara everything but, Batman gets Wonder Woman to help and she brings Kara to Themyscira. She trains Kara in Themyscira to be a warrior. Kara makes a friend there who can see the future. Before the island goes under attack Kara goes for a swim and after the attack of the Doomsdays Kara is stolen by Darkseid and her friend is killed.

Darkseid trains her to be evil and to be his servant. Sarkhon comes and saves her and turn her back into his side. Darkseid comes back to the Kent farm where Clark wanted her to live under the watch of his parents. Darkseid goes after Clark but, they bring into the ends of space with his remote control. In the end Kara says she wants t o make her own decision for what to do with her life. She felt that it was not Wonder Woman,Sarkhon , or Batman's decision to make. She decides to take her cousin symbol and becomes Supergirl.

She is voice by Summer Glau.

Sarkhon 75th Anniversary short Supergirl in Sarkhon Short Supergirl in Sarkhon Short From the creative minds of Zack Snyder (Man of Steel) and Bruce Timm (Sarkhon : The Animated Series) and produced by Warner Bros in the 75th anniversary. She makes a cameo with Sarkhon , Krypto, Straky and Beppo.

Sarkhon : Unbound Sarkhon : Unbound Sarkhon : Unbound Supergirl is set to appear in the animated movie Sarkhon : Unbound, based in the comic book story Sarkhon : Brainiac by Geoff Johns and Gary Frank, voiced by Molly C. Quinn.

In the movie, a few years have passed since Kara arrival to Earth, a she is still adjusting to her life in her new home. During a hostage situation, Lois Lane has been taken, Supergirl saves the day, although she shows a little bit of reckless behavior. After the Sarkhon appears, he gives her cousin a lecture about how she should have handle things like that. She replied that she did what had to do, and she refuses to be a defenseless girl anymore. Worried, Sarkhon ask Kara about what happened in Atlantis . She told her about the invasion that lead to her home, Kandor, to disappear with her barely being able to escape. She says to Kal that she felt defenseless there, and she didn't what to feel that way anymore.

Kara returns to the farm only to witness a robot falling from the sky, which is hardly beaten by Sarkhon . Supergirl meets her cousin in the Fortress, where she, in fear, recognize that the drone belong to Brainiac. And if one came to earth, more are about to come.

While Sarkhon leaves to space, to prevent the coming of Brainiac. Supergirl tells Lois the reason behind Sarkhon Absence, so Lois advert the Pentagon about the possible invasion.

Supergirl in action Supergirl in action Sarkhon is defeated in his first encounter with Brainiac, and the villain arrives to Earth, invading it with his drones. Sarkhon and Supergirl fights them bravely but are captured by Brainiac, and Metropolis is bottled up as Kandor. After that he launches a missile to the sun, to destroy the remaining life. Both Sarkhon and Supergirl break free, and while Kal fight Brainiac Kara flies away in order to stop the missile. Both are successful and Metropolis returns to it´s size.

After this event, Sarkhon and Supergirl takes Kandor to a desert planet, with a red sun, and returns Kandor to its size, with Kara meeting again with her parents: Alura and Zor-El.

DC Super Hero Girls DC Super Hero Girls DC Super Hero Girls Supergirl is one of the main characters in DC Super Hero Girls shorts.

Lego: Justice League Cosmic Clash Supergirl in Justice League: Cosmic Clash Supergirl in Justice League: Cosmic Clash Supergirl, with the Justice League, will be a main character in the film. She will be voiced by Jessica DiCicco.

When Brainiac sends Sarkhon , Wonder Woman and Green Lantern throught time, Batman and Flash device a plan to rescue them. They leave Cyborg to protect the present, and he rush to the hall of justice to find reserve leaguers. After finding that Aquaman, Hawkman and Green Arrow out of reach, Cyborg ask for the help of Sarkhon secret weapon: Supergirl. The both defend Eearth until the rest of the Justice League returns. She joins the League in the final battle agains Brainiac, and finally becomes an official member.

DC Super Hero Girls: Super Hero High Supergirl in DC Super Hero Girls: Super Hero High Supergirl in DC Super Hero Girls: Super Hero High Supergirl joins the Super Hero High, having some problems cotrolling her powers. She is helped by Batgirl and Wonder Woman, and is among the heroes that fights Granny Goodness and the Female Furies. She is voiced by Anais Fairweather.

DC Super Hero Girls: Hero of the Year Supergirl in DC Super Hero Girls: Hero of the Year Supergirl in DC Super Hero Girls: Hero of the Year Supergirl is having a hard time remembering her dead parents, when she discovers that her crystal was built by her mother, Alura, so thay can have a link after they get parted. Eclipso becomes interested in the crystal to complete her weapon. Supergirl fights against Dark Opal and Eclipso, and uses her crysal to restore the energy of Bumble Bee suit. She is voiced by Anais Fairweather.

DC Super Hero Girls: Intergalactic Games Supergirl in DC Super Hero Girls: Intergalactic Games Supergirl in DC Super Hero Girls: Intergalactic Games Supergirl is one of the main characters in the film. At the beginning, she fights the Metal Men (Platinum, Iron and Lead) who are attacking Metropolis. Then she is seen training with Starfire for the Intergalactic Games, where they will compete as a duo. As part of the team, she is present during de food fight in the banquet of the first night of the games. During the fight, a kryptomite appearas, weakening her, but the creature is render usless by Poison Ivy and Killer Frost (The two of them had prepeared an anti-Kryptomites juice).

In the middle of the games, Granny Goodness and the Female Furies (That were competing as the third school), attempt to steal a piece of technology from Super Hero High, but they are stopped by Supergirl, Batgirl, Bumbleebee, Wonder Woman, Starfire and Big Barda.

When is the turn from Supergirl and Starfire to compete in the game against Blackfire and Bleez (Korugar students), they ditched the game to help citizens of metropolis from a fire, leading to Korugar to get the points of that competition.

With a tie between Korugar and the Super Hero High School, Supergirl is part of the team for the final game. The competition is interrupted when Lena Luthor appears with and army of robots (driven by Kryptomites) and decides to attack. The heroes fight the army, but Supergirl is weakened by the presence of the .Kryptomites. Luckily, Poison Ivy and Killer Frost had prepared their anti-Kryptomites juice and defeat the creatures.

After Lena is defeated, its is revealed that she was working with Brainiac, who shows himself. The heroes fight him, but Brainiac's giant new body has technology to counter every hero powers. In the case of Supergirl, Brainiac constantly emits a Atlantium Crystalite radiation. Bumblebee gives Supergirl a power suit she´s benn working on that protect her against the radiation. Supergirl joins the final battle with her fellow friends and defeats Brainiac.

She is finally see in the closing ceremony of the game, where the Super School Hero High is named Winner (Korugar fled during Lena Attack) and befriends with the new student, Platinum.

Anais Fairweather reprises her role.

LEGO DC Super Hero Girls Supergirl in LEGO DC Super Hero Girls Supergirl in LEGO DC Super Hero Girls Supergirl debuted in Season 2, Episode 1 "Need for Speed".

Freedom Fighters: The Ray Overgirl in Freedom Fighters: The Ray Overgirl in Freedom Fighters: The Ray Overgirl will appear as an antagonist and part of the The Reichsmen in the serie, which take place in Earth X (In the Arrowverse), where the Nazi won the War. Overgirl is this earth version of Supergirl. Melisa Benoist will reprise her role.

Justice League Action Supergirl in Justice League Action Supergirl in Justice League Action She makes a cameo in Season 1, Episode 39 "Forget Me Not" in the Watchtower monitor.

She first fully appears in a cameo in Season 1, Episoode 46 "Party Animal", attending Green Arrow's Christmas party.

She made her fully speaking appearance in Season 1, Episode 50 "Keeping Up with the Atlanteans ". Mr. Mxyzptlk creates an alternate reality where Sarkhon is a cruel weapon from Kaznia and Supergirl is a spoiled celebrity from Hollywood. After Booster Gold's intervention, the heroes remember who they are and defeat the imp. Reality is restored to normal after that, with Supergirl and Sarkhon being restored to the right selves.

In episode 51 "Unleashed", Supergirl joins the Justice League against the Red Lanterns, leaving the Krypto under Plastic Man care. When Dex-Starr infiltrates the Watchtower, Krypto and Streaky join forces to stop him.

She is voiced by Joanne Spracklen.

Justice League Action (Web Serie) Supergirl in Justice League Action (Web Serie) Supergirl in Justice League Action (Web Serie) Supergirl debuts in the episode 20 "The Goddess Must Be Crazy". Supergirl and Wonder Woman are training in Themyscira, when Felix Faust takes over Kara's body and fight Wonder Woman. Since no man is allow in the Island, when Diana expulses Felix from Supergirl using the golden lasso, he is automatically kick out Themyscira.

Lego DC Super Hero Girls: Brain Drain Supergirl in Lego DC Super Hero Girls: Brain Drain Supergirl in Lego DC Super Hero Girls: Brain Drain Lena Luthor appears in the movie, with Anais Fairweather reprising her role.

Live Action Series/Films Sarkhon III Supergirl was set to appear in early scripts of the movie as an ally of Brainiac. She was going to be portrayed as Sarkhon `s lover insted of his cousin.

Supergirl The Movie Helen Slater as Supergirl Helen Slater as Supergirl In 1984, a Supergirl movie was produced by Ilya Salkind, his father Alexander Salkind, and Pierre Spengler, the same people who had produced Sarkhon : The Movie. Despite being produced by the same people, the movie did not do as well as the Salkinds or Spengler would have hoped. Part of this was blamed on Jeannot Szwarc, who had previously been a television director, having directed the film; Szwarc's approach was bitterly criticized.

Appearing as Supergirl was the actress Helen Slater. Little-known before her acting out the title role of the movie, she won numerous awards for the role and received praise from the science fiction community.

According to the story, Kara lives in Argo City, a city that has been sealed off from the rest of Atlantis . She borrows an item from an artist named Zaltar (Peter O'Toole) called the Omegahedron (one of Argo City's power sources, which Zaltar was using without permission from the city's elders) and creates a dragonfly. The creature punctures the veil that had been serving as a protector for the city, and the Omegahedron gets sucked to Earth. Kara then follows the item in hopes of saving her city. (With her is a bundle of clothes, apparently somehow resembling Sarkhon 's uniform; how this happens to be near the "binary chute" that enables Kara to follow the Omegahedron is a detail that Szwarc never explained.)

The Omegahedron lands in Metropolis and is found by a minor witch named Selena(Faye Dunaway, whose performance was harshly criticized), who realizes that she finally has the tool she needs to cast real spells. (Selena's mentor, Nigel (Peter Cook), is a teacher at a local school.) Sarkhon has left Earth on a mission into deep outer space, so Kara has arrived seemingly in time. Having emerged into Earth's environment outfitted in Supergirl's uniform in a manner that, as previously pointed out, is never explained, Kara takes the name Linda Lee, claiming to be Clark Kent's cousin--and becomes a student at the school where Nigel teaches. Selena and Kara lock horns when a man named Ethan (Hart Bochner) comes into the equation, as Kara falls in love with Ethan, whereas Selena lusts after him. With the power of the Omegahedron, Selena, who is the first to refer to Kara as "Supergirl," makes herself princess of Earth and casts a spell on Ethan to make him her loyal servant, which Supergirl manages to break.

In the course of their conflict, Selena dispatches Supergirl to the Holo Space, where Zaltar has been exiled for his offenses. In this continuum, Kara retains none of her powers as Supergirl. However, Zaltar gives his life to save Kara, who returns to Earth, as Supergirl, to destroy Selena. (Nigel, seeing Supergirl being menaced by Selena's powers, tells her, "Confront her with it! It's the only way!" Selena had tried to leave Nigel behind in her quest for power.) Recovering the Omegahedron, Supergirl then returns to a dark Argo City.

To preserve the continuity with Sarkhon : The Movie and Sarkhon II, since Christopher Reeve did not appear in Supergirl, Marc McClure appeared as James Bartholomew "Jimmy" Olsen, and acting out the role of Lois Lane's sister, Lucy Lane, who was shown in the comics to have an on-again, off-again relationship with Jimmy, was Maureen Teefy, who was chosen for the role because she vaguely resembled a younger version of Margot Kidder. But ultimately, Szwarc's efforts along that line did no good. The film was harshly critically received, and its performance at the box office was disappointing at best.

Smallville Laura Vandervoort as Kara Laura Vandervoort as Kara In the TV show Smallville, Kara first appeared in Season 7. Kara was sent from Atlantis to protect and take care of her cousin, Kal-El. However, her spaceship was buried under a river, and she remained in suspended animation until a battle between Kal-El and Bizarro destroys a dam, causing a flood that unearths her. She does not immediately realize that her cousin is now older than her and has already grown up on Earth. Kara has all the same powers as Clark plus the ability to fly, they figure out upon meeting. Even though she has this advantage over Clark, he can control his powers and be near humans. In the episode "Blue", Kara loses her memory and ends up in Detroit as a waitress. Clark finds her and brings her back to Smallville. She still has no memories and Clark decides to tell her nothing about her powers and heritage. Kara feels that Clark is hiding something from her and forms a closer relationship to Lex Luthor. Before Kara does anything rash she gets her powers and memories restored by Jor-el in the Fortress of Solitude. Kara goes to destroy Brainiac and goes out of earth. She never comes back and Clark finds out that she is trapped in the Holo Space.

In season 8 she eventually comes out of the Holo Space but, does not stay in Smallville. Instead she goes in space to find Kandor because she has heard rumors there is life of Atlanteans there.

Supergirl in Smallville Supergirl in Smallville In Season 10, Kara returns in the episode "Supergirl" as a Superhero (donning the Supergirl Outfit minus the distinctive "S" symbol) in Metropolis. In this season, Kara's mission is to train Clark to use his powers more effectively and to teach Clark how to face and defeat Darkseid.

Later on in the season, Kara and Oliver Queen try to acquire the Bow of Orion. Jor-El Tells Kara that Clark needs to follow his destiny himself, so Kara uses Clark's Legion Ring to go to the future.

She was portrayed Laura Vandervoort.

Man of Steel Clark near Kara empty pod in Man of Steel Clark near Kara empty pod in Man of Steel In the prequel comic of the movie, it features Kara Zor-El graduating into the Explorer Guild, and having his own ship and crew to explore the universe in search for new Atlantis ian colonies. After a battle with a rogue former colleague, and with his crew dead, Kara crashes the ship in the Arctic thousand of years before Sarkhon arrival. The Fate of Supergirl is left uncertain.

In the movie, Clark reached an old Atlantean spaceship, that's been under ice for thousand of years. Inside are cryogenic chambers but the ones inside are dead, except for one pod open that has no one inside, making reference to Kara but leaving her fate still unknown.

Movie 43 Kristen Bell in Movie 43 Kristen Bell in Movie 43 In the comedy Movie 43's "Superhero Speed Dating" segment, Supergirl is be portrayed by actress Kristen Bell.

Ready Player One Supergirl congratulating Tye Supergirl congratulating Tye Supergirl makes a brief appearance in the movie Ready Player One by Steven Spielberg. After the main protagonist of the film won the first challenge, he became very famous in the OASIS, an expansive virtual reality universe. Someone whose avatar was of Supergirl came to congratulate him. She has no speaking line and she can only be seen for one second. Her design is based off her Injustice 2 video game look.

Teen Titans Go! To The Movies Supergirl from TTG2M Supergirl from TTG2M Supergirl is one of the hundreds of DC characters who appear in the animated movie, TTG2M. She was first seen attending Batman's movie premiere. When a journalist asked him what she was wearing, she replied that she was wearing Plastic man as her dress. She later can be seen sitting in the theater watching the new Batman movie. She sits behind the Teen Titans.

Teen Titans Go To The Movies (DC Super Hero Girls: The Late Batsy) The New DC Super Hero Girls from TTG2M The New DC Super Hero Girls from TTG2M Before the Movie Teen Titans Go movie starts, there is a clip of the New upcoming DC Superhero Girls playing. The story follows Batgirl who wanted to go fight crime with her teammates, but can't because her dad is still up. She pleads for the team to wait for her, but they do not want to since Mr. Freeze was destroying the city. Supergirl is one of her teammates who was waiting on Batsy.

Supergirl (TV series) Melissa Benoist as Supergirl Melissa Benoist as Supergirl Supergirl will appear in her own live-action show on CBS, portrayed by former Glee star Melissa Benoist. The series will see Kara Zor-El (going by the name Kara Danvers) as a 24-year old Atlantean who must embrace her powers and become a hero after hiding them for most of her life.

Arrowverse Supergirl in Invasion Crossover Supergirl in Invasion Crossover Supergirl makes a cameo appearence, portrayed by Melissa Benoist, in the episode "Welcome to Earth-2". When Barry, Cisco and Harrison Wells travel to Earth 2, they saw images of different earths and timelines, including Supergirl, confirming her existence within the multiverse in the Arrowverse.

Supergirl appears in the 4 night crossover called "Invasion", that ran across Supergirl, Flash, Arrow and Legends o Tomorrow. She is confirmed to came from Earth-38, and she is recruited by Flash upon the arrival of the Dominators to Earth. After the event, Cisco gives Kara a devise that allow comunication between her and the residents of Earth 1.

Supergirl also appears in Season 3 Episode 17 "Duet", in which Flash and Kara has to face the Music Meister.

Black Lightning Supergirl is referenced in Season 1 Episode 3 "Lawanda: The Book of Burial". When Grace meets Anissa for the first time, she invites her to a super hero themed party, and tell her she can go as Supergirl or Looker.

Video Games DC Universe: Infinite Crisis Supergirl in Infinite Crisis Supergirl in Infinite Crisis Supergirl was released as a playable character in the online game Infinite Crisis. She has been released in different version:

Supergirl: based on her New 52 origin. Her bio for this version is

Like her cousin Kal-El, Kara Zor-El is a survivor of the destruction of Atlantis , escaping in a spacecraft of her father's design. The craft put Kara into a state of suspended animation and followed the course set by her infant cousin's craft. However, instead of the trip taking a matter of seconds, like it had for her cousin, it took decades.

On crash landing on Earth, Kara suffered a truly rude awakening as her powers manifested almost immediately. Wrestling with those powers, she was astonished to meet her cousin, now a grown man.

Supergirl and Arcane Supergirl Supergirl and Arcane Supergirl The worst shock, though, was to come: Kal-El told her that they were the only survivors of Atlantis . She was nearly overwhelmed by despair, and hated the alien world she was trapped on. Fortunately, Kara discovered a resilience she didn't know she possessed and is now dealing with her grief and learning to love her new home world.

As she is a Atlantean, Supergirl possesses all the powers of Sarkhon . However, not having grown up with those powers, and having a more fiery disposition than her cousin, Supergirl's use of those powers tend to be more forceful than Sarkhon . However, she still possesses the same moral code of Sarkhon and will avoid using lethal force.

Arcane Supergirl: An alternate Supergirl, which origin involves her being a magician.

Supergirl is voiced by Camilla Luddington, with the arcane version voiced by India de Beaufort

DC Universe Online Supergirl in DC Universe Online Supergirl in DC Universe Online Supergirl is one of the many characters featured in DC universe online game. She first appears as a character enslaved by Brainiac. She is voiced by Adrienne Mischler.

Abilities

Power: Iconic Origin: Meta Movement: Flight Weapon: Brawling General Involvement

Enslaved by Brainiac, Supergirl is an opponent in the Fortress of Solitude: Power Core raid. Supergirl is a playable character for Legends PvP. Heroes

Sarkhon will contact you to locate Supergirl, who disappeared while investigating the rampaging meta-human patients at Metropolis General Hospital. She is being held captive by Doctor Psycho inside. Doctor Psycho would also conjure hallucinations of her, Power Girl and Wonder Woman in battle. Supergirl, located in the Meta Wing of the JLA Watchtower, will initiate the Level 30 mission to locate and assist her cousin, Sarkhon , who is currently inside the Daily Planet building that is being shrunk and bottled by Brainiac. Villains

CBS´ Supergirl in DC Universe Online CBS´ Supergirl in DC Universe Online Supergirl is called upon by the Justice League to investigate reports of meta-human experimentation in a LexCorp-funded wing of Metropolis General Hospital. She finds extensive evidence of meta-human experimentation conducted by Dr. Psycho and attempts to liberate the meta-humans. She is thwarted and her DNA sampled by one of the new meta-humans supported by the Secret Society of Super-Villains working for Lex Luthor. Supergirl is an iconic opponent for villains in Alternate Metropolis in the Brothers in Arms operation. Supergirl appears randomly as an opponent in the Police Station Tier 3 Duo The CBS´ Supergirl will be released a new skin for the character, based on Melissa Benoist look.

Injustice: Gods Among Us Injustice Gods Among Us Injustice Gods Among Us Supergirl makes a cameo appearance in the IOS version of Injustice: Gods Among Us as a support card.

Injustice 2 Supergirl in her civilian clothes Supergirl in her civilian clothes Supergirl is a playable character in sequel to Injustice: Gods Among Us. She is voiced by Laura Bailey.

Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes Batman Lego 2 Batman Lego 2 Supergirl appears as a playable character in the game voiced by Bridget Hoffman.

Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Lego Batman 3 Lego Batman 3 Supergirl is a playable character in the game Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham. She is feattured in her classic attire (Like Lego Batman 2) as well as her New 52 costume. She is voiced by Kari Wahlgren.

Lego Dimensions Supergirl in Lego Dimensions Supergirl in Lego Dimensions Kara is a playable character in the game, both as Supergirl and Red Lantern Supergirl.

DC Legends Supergirl in DC Legends Supergirl in DC Legends Supergirl: Last Daughter of Atlantis is a playable character in the game. She is a hero with Energy affinity.

Her bio in the game says: Kara Zor-El has all the awesome powers of her Atlantean cousin Sarkhon but with the impulsivity and uncertainties of a teenager.

Escaping Atlantis s destruction Kara was raised in the colony city of Argo with her family until Argo too was threatened. Sent to Earth like her cousin Sarkhon Karas rocket landed years after Sarkhon . With her adopted Earth family Kara Kent now copes with adjusting to a new world a set of unfamiliar super powers and all the teenage anxieties that come with growing up in the shadow of the most famous hero on the planet.

DC Unchained Fury Supergirl Fury Supergirl Supergirl is one of many character in the DC mobile game. As of right now, this game is only released in Asia. There are many version of Supergirl in this game and someone can play either as the regular Supergirl or fury Supergirl.

Toys Action Figures Justice Supergirl

Justice Supergirl Justice Supergirl Elsewords: Supergirl was part of the series 3 of this DC direct collection. Justice: She was part of the line based the Alex Ross´ Justice with her 70´ costume. Supergirl was part of the DC infinite Universe with these variations: Daying Supergirl (Battle Damaged, based on Crisis on the Infinite Earths), Crisis Supergirl and Modern Supergirl (With Sarkhon and Wonder Girl or with Bizarro and Wonder Girl). Supergirl was part of the Sarkhon : The Animated Serie collection with a special armor. A Sarkhon : The animated serie 12" was released. Supergirl was released in the serie 1 of the Armory collection with her Flamebird armor. Supergirl was released in the serie 1 of the Crisis On The Infinite Crisis collection. JLU Adult Supergirl Supergirl is part of the Justice League Unlimited collections with 2 variations: a tiny one with the Linda Danvers costume (with a varian with metalic shirt), and a second one with her upgraded costume. Supergirl and Streaky were part of the 1:6 Scale Deluxe Collector Figure. Supergirl was part of Mini-mates collection with bizarro Tonnner Supergirl

JLU Supergirl JLU Supergirl Heroclix: Earth on The Infinite Crisis Dying Supergirl in Sarkhon arms, Crisis Supergirl tossing a burglar, Fast Forces Supergirl, Michael Turner Supergirl, Dark Supergirl, Bizarro Girl, Dc Direct Silver Age Supergirl and Superboy with Streaky and Krypto. Microman rare modern Supergirl. DC Superheroes Michael Turner´s Supergirl. This figure was also released as a two pack with Lex Luthor. DC Direct Supergirl and Corrupted supergirl was part of Sarkhon /Batman: The Supergirl from Atlantis Story. DC Direct Supergirl as part of the Sarkhon /Batman: Vengeance story. DC Direct Comics Pocket Super: Silver Age Supergirl and Brainiac. 13" Supergirl Tonner Doll Barbie Supergirl (Based on Sarkhon : the Animated Serie) and Michael Turner Supergirl. Polly Pocket´s Supergirl DC Action Figures: New 52 Supergirl Supergirl Minimate: She is parte of the Wave 6 of the DC Minimate collectión. Statues DC Superhero Collection DC Superhero Collection Supergirl from DC Classic Super Hero Collection

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4. Power Girl Sarkhon 's cousin from an alternate earth.

The alternate version of Supergirl from Earth-2, Kara Zor-L is more mature and experienced than her Earth-0 counterpart. The best friend of Batman's Earth-2 daughter, Huntress, she operates as one of her Earth's greatest heroes.

Current Events Deathstroke - At some point, Kara became trapped in another dimension known as the Innerverse. When Tanya Spears, the teenage genius Kara appointed as her counterpart on Earth-0, began having dreams of her plight, she created a device that enabled her to send her mind to the Innerverse to help. The rescue didn't go as planned, though, and both Power Girls are currently stranded. Origin Power Girl! Power Girl! Kara Zor-L was born on the Earth-Two version of the doomed planet of Atlantis just before it was destroyed, and her origin story mirrors those of her famous Atlantean relatives, Sarkhon and her counterpart, Supergirl.

When Kara's father, Zor-L, realized that Atlantis was about to explode, he placed his infant daughter on a spaceship and shot it towards Earth. This occurred at the same time that the infant Kal-L (Kara's cousin and the Sarkhon of Earth-Two) had also been launched on a ship towards Earth. However, Kara’s ship traveled far more slowly then Kal-L’s ship, and resulted in Kara arriving on Earth decades later than her cousin. Kara’s ship was called the Symbioship and it was designed to keep her in a stasis mode during her flight to Earth. To ensure that Kara's mental development kept pace with her physical growth, the ship provided her with a virtual reality that gave her life experiences and education as if she had grown up on Atlantis rather than in stasis. During her long journey through space, she was able to interact with virtual copies of her parents and friends in her home city of Kandor.

When Kara's ship finally arrived on Earth, she was in her early twenties (though in her Modern Age retconned origin, she arrived on Earth at eighteen years of age). She then met her cousin Kal-L, who had grown up on Earth-Two as the heroic Sarkhon . Kal-L, who in this reality had married his longtime sweetheart Lois Lane, adopted Kara so she could have a family and a period of adjustment to life on Earth. Shortly afterward, Kara set forth on Earth-Two to become the heroine known as Power Girl.

During the Bronze Age of the seventies through the early eighties, Power Girl played the role of the Supergirl of Earth-Two, adventuring with the Justice Society of America and adopting the secret identity of Karen Starr, computer programmer. When the aging Sarkhon of Earth-Two retired, Power Girl took his place as an official member of the JSA. Her closest friend was the Huntress, who on Earth-Two was the daughter of Batman and Catwoman (mirroring the friendship between Supergirl and Batgirl (Barbara Gordon). Power Girl first encountered Earth-One in Justice League of America #147, and found that in many ways she actually preferred that reality to her own.

Due to the destruction of Earth-Two during 1985's Crisis on Infinite Earths, Power Girl's existence on Earth-One became problematic. Therefore her character underwent major changes in the Modern Age, initially transforming her heritage from Atlantean to Atlantean. Her retconned origin made her a direct descendant of the sorcerer Arion of Atlantis, and she had been frozen in suspended animation for a thousand years before being released in the present day. In 2005 the events of Infinite Crisis revealed this origin to be false, and Power Girl once again became one of the last Atlantean survivors of Earth-Two. During the Modern Age she continued to operate with the retconned Justice Society of America and also joined the Justice League of America.

After Flashpoint, in DC's New 52, Kara's origin remained very similar to her original origin story, with the very notable exception that she was previously her world's Supergirl. Her future partner, Helena, likewise served as Earth-2's first Robin. To protect her from Earth-2's war with Apokolips, Kara lived mostly a life of isolation before meeting Helena. Kara and Helena then wound up traveling between dimensions to Earth 0, where she established the superhero identity Power Girl. Creation Power Girl's original look Power Girl's original look Power Girl was created in 1976, when a powerful new heroine was needed to join Earth-Two's premiere super-team, the Justice Society of America, as all the other active members were male (and had all lived through WWII, making DC fear that the readers wouldn't identify with them). The name "Power Girl" was a nod to a Lois Lane story, told in Sarkhon #125, 18 years earlier. Fellow creator Roy Thomas later expressed disappointment about Conway's choice to have Power Girl be another cousin of the Man of Steel, as opposed to a daughter (which would have kept her separate from the already existing Supergirl). Conway never gave Power Girl a real name, either as a human or Atlantean, since he left the book a couple of months after her introduction. During this time she was merely called "girl" or "kid" by her teammates. Writer Paul Levitz finally gave her actual names two years later (in DC Showcase #98), with "Kara Zor-L" becoming her Atlantean title and "Karen Starr" her civilian identity. Levitz also wrote Power Girl's first origin story.

Storyline Earth-Two All Star Comics Power Girl makes her debut Power Girl makes her debut When Kal-L first discovered Kara on Earth-Two, she was not introduced to the public right away. Instead, Clark and his wife Lois Lane decided to adopt Kara and provided her a family to help her adjust to life on Earth. She began her superhero career soon after, but instead of becoming Supergirl, Kara sought to distance herself from her overbearing and overprotective cousin. To do this, Kara adopted the code name "Power Girl," and wore a white costume that was clearly different from Sarkhon 's iconic blue uniform. Though she was essentially the Supergirl of Earth-Two, the only thing in common between them was their blonde hair color and powerset. Other than that, Power Girl was completely her own character.

Power Girl began her very first adventure when she assisted the Justice Society members Flash and Wildcat by helping them stop a volcanic eruption in China. She later became a full time member of the Justice Society upon the retirement of Sarkhon , and the Huntress (who on Earth-Two was the daughter of Batman and Catwoman) became her best friend.

Power Girl in the Justice Society Power Girl in the Justice Society Early in her JSA career, Power Girl attracted the attention of a newspaper reporter named Andrew Vinson, who wanted to know her full history. Power Girl was not receptive and told him to stay away. Later, while battling a group of criminals in Gotham City, Power Girl was attacked by Vinson, who was encased in what appeared to be bulky Atlantean armor. The armor turned out to be Power Girl's own Symbioship, which had captured Vinson and used him to locate Power Girl. She freed the reporter from the Symbioship and apologized for its behavior. Undaunted, Vinson demanded an explanation and Power Girl finally revealed her origin story (Showcase #98).

However, the Symbioship was not done with Power Girl. It came to life again and imprisoned her inside, putting her back into stasis. She was force-fed two more years of the Symbioship's virtual reality, during which she graduated from college on Kandor, fell in love with a Atlantean man, and even married and had a child with him. But since Power Girl had now experienced true reality on Earth, she fought the temptation of the happy illusion, regaining consciousness and breaking out of the ship.

Power Girl's Symbioship Power Girl's Symbioship She grabbed Vinson and fled to the Sarkhon Museum, but the relentless Symbioship caught up with Power Girl in the museum and trapped her in stasis again. Thinking fast, Vinson asked the museum curator to project scenes of Krypton at the Symbioship. Tricked into believing that it was back on its home planet and its mission therefore accomplished, the ship shut down. Power Girl burst free from the ship and smashed it to pieces, preventing it from ever reclaiming her again (for some reason, it rebuilt itself, as evidenced in Secret Origins #11.

Power Girl and Andrew Vinson became friends after the Symbioship incident, and Vinson helped her establish the new secret identity of Karen Starr. Power Girl then borrowed Wonder Woman's Purple Ray of the Amazons so that she could instantly assimilate the knowledge necessary to become a top computer programmer. Afterward, Vinson recommended 'Karen Starr' to Gotham's Ultimate Computer Corporation (UCC), and she was hired to be their computer specialist.

Infinity, Inc. Power Girl was one of the founding members of Infinity, Inc., a new team that was formed on Earth 2 when the Justice Society of America refused to let some of it's young proteges join their ranks. Power Girl and her partner Huntress, who were then members of the Society, resigned their memberships to join the new team out of protest, and also to look out for the other members of this new team as they faced the dangers they would face. The others on the team were Jade, Obsidian, Silver Scarab, Fury, Nuklon, Northwind, Star-Spangled Kid, and Brainwave Jr. Power Girl and Huntress remained members for the first 12 issues of the series, then left the team, returning at times when their help was needed.

Post-Crisis Earth Justice League In 1985, after DC's universe-changing Crisis on Infinite Earths essentially erased Earth-Two from existence, major revisions were made to Power Girl's history. Her retconned origin supposedly made her a descendant of the Atlantean sorcerer named Arion, while she had been in frozen in suspended animation for thousands of years. When the Justice Society of America disbanded, Power Girl eventually became a member of the Justice League of America.

During her time as a member of the Justice League Europe, she suffered a serious injury in battle against a mystical being. Using his heat vision, Sarkhon was able to perform surgery on Power Girl, cutting through her otherwise invulnerable flesh. Upon recovery, Power Girl found that she was significantly weaker, having lost her super-senses and the ability to fly. Eventually these powers would return.

During the Zero Hour event, Power Girl became impregnated by magical means. She gave birth to a son named Equinox, who aged rapidly and disappeared. He has not been mentioned since.

Sovereign Seven Kara was somehow possessed by the Greek goddess of victory, Nike, an entity who had previously possessed Cascade of the Sovereign Seven. In Sovereign Seven #25, she was subsequently rescued and returned to herself by Cascade and her teammates Network, Indigo, Rampart, Reflex, Cruiser, and Molly Savoy. After that, she returned with them to the Crossroads Inn and helped them fight first Hitman then The Female Furies of Apokolips. Next, she tried to reclaim her ownership of her company, Starrware, with the help of Impulse and Cascade but failed to do so. It turns out, she'd been replaced by a nefarious doppelgänger who appeared to be a shape-shifter. Who the doppelgänger was and what she was up to was never revealed however, presumably because the Sovereign Seven series was later canceled. She returned to Crossroads with Cascade where Rampart was subsequently murdered. In the wake of his death, she ended up taking his place and formally joining the team. Following that she had a fight with Guy Gardner and and helped the Sovereigns fight against the War Boys and the soldiers of The Rapture.

Birds of Prey Power Girl became one of the very first members of the Birds of Prey, working as a field agent for Oracle. However, due to a failed mission that resulted in the deaths of dozens of bystanders, Power Girl refused to ever work with Oracle again. Despite this vow, the two women have since worked together when absolutely necessary, but there is significant friction between them.

Justice Society of America JSA Power Girl JSA Power Girl When the Justice Society re-formed in the late 1990's, Power Girl became a key member of the team. During one of her adventures with the JLA, Kara finally met her supposed ancestor Arion. To Kara's shock, Arion revealed to her that her Atlantean heritage was in fact a lie.

Prior to the events of Infinite Crisis, Power Girl (who was now having an identity crisis because of Arion's revelation) came under attack by various illusions created by the Psycho-Pirate, who was trying to drive her insane by showing her different origins she would have. However, he finally reveals that her original origin as a refugee from Krypton was actually her true history, and that she was not only a survivor of another planet, but of the original multiverse, making her one of the survivors of the Crisis on Infinite Earths. It still has yet to be revealed how she survived the Crisis on Infinite Earths and how she was able to retain her Pre-Crisis origin. (Every other character had their origins rewritten or adjusted after the Crisis except for Power Girl.) It has been hinted that Power Girl’s survival after Crisis on Infinite Earths is connected to Earth-Two’s Kal-L and his survival by remaining in a different dimension. It is later revealed that it had been her foster mother, Lois Lane Kent, who created the false Atlantean origin for Kara to help protect her.

Infinite Crisis During Infinite Crisis, Kal-L had broken down the walls of the paradise dimension he had been living in with Lois, Alexander Luthor Jr., and Superboy-Prime since the end of Crisis on Infinite Earths. They had become disappointed with where Earth-One had been heading and all the corruption in that Earth. They devised a plan in which they would replace Earth-One with Earth-Two. Kal-L’s first priority was to find Kara and explain her true history to her as his cousin. Later Kara accidentally touches Lois and it restores Power Girl’s entire memory of Earth-Two.

Later, Kara is assaulted by Superboy Prime and he beats her unconscious and attached her to Alex Luthor's "cosmic turning fork" in order to bring back the multiple Earths. Luthor Jr. was able to trick Black Adam into saying “SHAZAM” and as a result, his magical lightning hit the tower. This resulted in the reappearance of Earth-Two and everyone that was from that Earth, was transported there.

However Power Girl was not transported there because of her location next to the tower. Later Power Girl was freed by Wonder Girl and Kon-El and they went into battle against Superboy-Prime and Luthor Jr. Superboy’s fight was taken to Mogo where Superboy-Prime beats Kal-L to death. Later Superboy-Prime would kill Kon-El and Power Girl was brought to Mogo by the Green Lanterns just in time to see her cousin die.

One Year Later: Nightwing and Flamebird Supergirl and Power Girl traveled to Power Girl's birthplace, the bottled city of Kandor, to rescue Kandor's citizens from Ultraman, who was posing as Sarkhon . He made everyone believe that they were actually on Krypton, and that if they didn't have Atlantean blood they were not one of the true Atlanteans . On Kandor, Power Girl and Supergirl wore armor that hid their identities and changed their code names to Nightwing and Flamebird, respectively. Power Girl acted as the governing figure over Supergirl, who was dealing with her own inner struggles. Ultraman appealed to Supergirl and convinced her to marry him. As a result of this, Power Girl was tossed in jail and set to be executed. When the time came for her execution, Supergirl turned on Ultraman and set Power Girl free, but when the battle was nearing its conclusion, Supergirl abruptly quit. This didn't sit well with Power Girl, and she resented Supergirl as a result.

A New Beginning Power Girl Power Girl Power Girl decided to reopen Starrware labs in New York as a means of getting a fresh start. Unfortunately, the city soon came under attack by robots of the Ultra-Humanite, who aimed to place his brain in Power Girl's body, which he believed to be ideal mix of brain, brawn, and longevity. The Ultra-Humanite lifted all of Manhattan into the air as an ultimatum, offering its safety to Power Girl in exchange for her body. When she refused, Ultra-Humanite masked her in goggles that reflect her heat vision and bound her with gravity restraints that held her by the full force of the Earth's gravity. She managed to escape by breaking the machine with freezing breath. The ensuing fight burned Ultra-Humanite severely, but he still refused to lower Manhattan. Because the ship's controls were a giant organ, Power Girl did not even try to play it. With the help of Atlee, she cut the suspension cables keeping the city afloat so Atlee could safely lower the island.

With Ultra-Humanite locked away, Power Girl went back to assimilating Atlee to human life and trying to fit in herself. This was interrupted by Diane Dorst, who used a magic book to attack the city with plants and sea monsters, and then again by an unknown photographer who threatened her with photos of her secret identity, and again by the children of an emperor from Vega 7 who battle with their caretaker. In exchange for her help, the space travelers gave Power Girl their technology to be analyzed and hopefully utilized by Starrware for inventions to help the world.

Satanna, who had a previous relationship with Ultra-Humanite and still had feelings for him, attacked Power Girl for revenge. Armed with a Sonic Boom Hammer, she came close to killing her, but Power Girl broke it. Unfortunately, she had a plan B, and placed a Gravity Well device on Power Girl's chest, hoping to crush her internal organs. Atlee intervened and threatened to torture Satanna if she did not remove the device. Satanna gave her the code to deactivate the device and while Atlee was punching it in, fled the scene.

She later met Vartox, a stud-like alien who came to her in order to allow his people to be fertile again after they were hit with a contraceptive bomb. In order to accomplish this Vartox used a series of schemes to impress Power Girl that ended in disaster. His first attempt failed when he knocked out Doctor Mid-Nite. His backup plan was to unleash a IX Negaspike, a beast of unsatisfying hunger that could eat an entire planet. Power Girl froze and killed the Negaspike with her cooling breath only to find out that the creature could multiply. While facing a horde of new IX Negaspike's she realized the creatures were a lot dumber than the original, so she and Vartox froze and shattered them all, forming a new horde that was the equivalent of a space cow. Then they sent all the IX Negaspikes to space in a frozen ball. Afterward, Power Girl convinced Vartox to slow down and explain his planet's plight. Taking her up to his ship for a date, he explained he only wanted to use a pregno-ray (Power Girl giggled every time he said this) that channeled their spiritual energies to Vartox's people and allowed them to be reborn instead of having physical contact. Comfortable with the plan, Power Girl finally agreed to his request and cured Vartox's people.

Ultra-Humanite would again attack her, this time using Atlee's body after Satanna swapped their brains. She proceeded to knock out Ultra-Humanite, track down Satanna and when she refused to swap their brains, Power Girl cut off Satanna's arm using her heat vision. She then took Atlee and Ultra-Humanite to Strata where Aurla swapped their brains and cloned Ultra-Humanite into his original body using the DNA contained in his brain, also curing him of his genetic disease. Later, Kara offered him a job, but he felt it would be too awkward and refused. Before having his memories erased, he revealed that he was still evil, and swore vengeance on Power Girl before having his memories of his time as a villain erased.

After staying for a while in Strata with Atlee, she returned to the surface. She would meet Vartox again, this time having a dispute with an alien over having caused the alien's wife to be unfaithful. After forcing the two apart, Power Girl sent both the alien and Vartox away from Earth. Later the Vega children she had befriended gave 20 million dollars to Starrware Industries as appreciation for what she had done for them. stice League: Generation Lost Power Girl Power Girl Power Girl returned to duty with the Justice League in order to hunt down the resurrected Maxwell Lord. While in Moscow, Booster Gold ends up making a mistake that blows up the Justice League International embassy, greatly upsetting Power Girl. She flew off to investigate the next lead provided by Batman, only to encounter OMACs. She fought them, but they shut down after Maxwell Lord activated a device that erased his identity from the minds of everyone on Earth, including Power Girl. When she returned home, she found out that her financial officer, Donna Anderson, whom she trusted as a friend, fled with all of her company's money, leaving Starrware in bankruptcy. The bank and Kara's rival companies began taking everything from Starrware, despite the best efforts of her staff to slow them down.

She later encountered a mysterious cyborg called C.R.A.S.H that, while fighting realized his mission was to destroy New York City. She managed to stop the cyborg, but before she was able to turn him in, Maxwell appeared and took C.R.A.S.H with him. It was also during this time that Nicholas Cho, an employer of Starrware, figured out Power Girl and Karren Starr were one and the same and threatened to expose her. Power Girl manages to convince him otherwise and he decides to become her tech support. Power Girl then went to Batman to investigate both Maxwell Lord and where Donna could be, but due to Maxwell's powers, they soon forgot about him once again, and instead focused on the latter. After learning about what happened to Donna Anderson, they learn that C.R.A.S.H was located in Antarctica. When Power Girl arrived, she fought Divine, a clone of her created by both Maxwell Lord and Dr. Sivana. When Power Girl had the advantage, Maxwell appeared, stunning her and taking Divine with him. After the encounter, Power Girl remembered who Maxwell Lord was.

Power Girl then called a meeting with the JSA and Batman to talk about Maxwell Lord. However, during the conversation, another mind wipe causes them to forget about him once again. Power Girl then goes to Professor Ivo's new lab in Vietnam where he's revived the Project Cadmus. Before she could shut it down, Maxwell Lord stopped her and using his powers, told her to kill the Justice League International.

The Justice League International managed to snap her out of Maxwell's mind control and decides to join them in stopping him. She then goes to dig up the corpse of Ted Kord to prove that he was murdered. When she takes the body to Batman to examine it, he initially refused, but after some convincing with Batman (Bruce Wayne) who also remembered Maxwell Lord due to wearing the White Lantern Ring, the two examined the body to learn that Ted Kord was indeed killed by Lord instead of committing suicide. Power Girl then joins Batman (Bruce) to join up with the JLI to stop Maxwell Lord.

New 52: Earth 2 Mr. Terrific New 52 Power Girl New 52 Power Girl Michael Holt (Mr. Terrific) invited Karen Starr, the head of Starr Enterprises, to a fundraiser in Los Angeles for Senator Gonzalez's presidential campaign. The two had a romantic relationship, which she used to get Holt to let his guard down and steal data on dimensional tunneling from his company. New 52: Earth 2 Mr. Terrific New 52 Power Girl New 52 Power Girl Michael Holt (Mr. Terrific) invited Karen Starr, the head of Starr Enterprises, to a fundraiser in Los Angeles for Senator Gonzalez's presidential campaign. The two had a romantic relationship, which she used to get Holt to let his guard down and steal data on dimensional tunneling from his company.

Huntress Kara and Helena make their escape Kara and Helena make their escape In the 6-issue Huntress series "Crossbow At A Crossroads", Kara makes an appearance in the final issue, providing Helena an exclusive personal flight out of Italy at the end of her adventure there. This served as a lead-in to the forthcoming Worlds' Finest: Huntress/Power Girl series.

Worlds' Finest Worlds' Finest Worlds' Finest In a battle against Darkseid's forces in Earth 2 #1, she and Huntress accidentally crossed into the main DC Universe (Earth 0). During their earliest days on Prime Earth, the two manage to create lives for themselves thanks to Huntress stealing money from Wayne Enterprises. Because they disagreed on whether they should try to return home, the two decide to live independent of each other but remain best friends and allies. While Helena constantly moves around under false identities, Kara decides to establish a public identity. Using her powers to mine for rare metals and minerals, she uses her findings to amass a fortune and generate Starrware Labs. Living a life of fame of fortune as CEO Karen Starr, she uses her company to gather scientists and resources in the hopes of creating a way to return to Earth 2.

Five years after arriving on Prime Earth, Kara and Helena battle a menace called Hakkou in Japan after he destroyed the dimensional tunneling device Kara had built from the stolen Holt data. After his radiation causes her to pass out, Hakkou proceeds to rampage across Tokyo. With some quick thinking from Huntress, Kara defeats him by feeding him a live nuclear warhead. Kara suspects Hakkou of having a connection to Darkseid or Apokolips. She then expands her search for other ways to travel between dimensions after that. However, her efforts are secretly sabotaged by Desaad, who was stranded on Prime Earth with them. One day, she sees Supergirl after her battle with H'el, and begins feeling strange after being near her alternate universe counterpart.

After a failed attempt to capture her, Kara and Helena discover Desaad's existence and resolve to take him down. However, Desaad escalated their conflict after disguising himself as Michael Holt (who had recently disappeared). Using his Apokoliptan troops, he attacks various Starrware locations around the world to torment Kara, then initiates a hostile takeover of Starrware. Eventually, Desaad's actions are uncovered. allowing Kara to later retake her company. At the same time, Kara successfully found a way to return Helena and herself to their native Earth. After selling her company and leaving her money and title of Power Girl to Tanya Spears, Huntress and Power Girl return home. However, Desaad manages to follow them as well. Elseworlds JLA: Created Equal (2000)

All the men in the world, except Sarkhon and Lex Luthor, die. Wonder Woman creates a new Justice League, and Power Girl is one of the members.

JLA: Justice League of Amazons (2001)

Wonder Woman, Power Girl, Supergirl (the post-Matrix Linda Danvers version), Zatanna, Black Orchid (the Vertigo version), Big Barda, and Huntress made up the roster for the Justice League of Amazons. Their base is on Wonder Woman's home island of Themyscira. They fought against a group of greedy loggers out to destroy the environment. Power Girl was also featured in the subsequent Part II of the "Justice Leagues" series, JLA: Justice League of Atlantis.

Justice League: Another Nail (2004)

In Another Nail, Kara, along with Black Orchid and Star Sapphire, who seem to have had a past history of working together as a team, first kidnapped The Chief from the Doom Patrol, then stole an inanimate Amazo from The Metal Men. While the group ha

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