"Matters Of Conscience": Realising that he is no more David Connor than he is Superman, the Eradicator is unsure of his place in his world, and seeks solace with Superboy, who tells him that what he feels, rather than how he came to be, is what g
- I will always be my own Fortress of Solitude.
- -- Eradicator
Appearing in "Matters Of Conscience"
- Sarah/Maria Vega (Dies)
- Jacob Connor
- John Connor
- Mikey Vega
- 'Faora'/Kem-L (program)
- Abuela and Abuelo Vega (Single appearance)
- Krypto (of Earth)
Synopsis for "Matters Of Conscience"
Realising that he is no more David Connor than he is Superman, the Eradicator is unsure of his place in his world, and seeks solace with Superboy, who tells him that what he feels, rather than how he came to be, is what gives him a soul.
In the Bronx, the Kryptonian program attacks Connor's family, trying to rid the Eradicator of all feelings of humanity. In defeating it, the Eradicator acknowledges his humanity. Connor's ex-wife dies in the struggle, but not before imprinting on the Eradicator, who now carries part of her and her memories as part of himself. He decides that he must make this world his home and protect its people, even if he is not technically one of them.
Final issue of the miniseries.
Tag line for cover "Trial By Fire!"
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