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"The Super-Clark of Smallville!": Clark Kent pretends that he has gained powers from ambrosia dust, the “food of the gods”, which Professor Lang has discovered when Lana catches him lifting a heavy bookcase off her father with one hand. At first, Clark finds it amusing to use his powers openly


Quote1 Smallville is through with Superboy! They want me -- Super-Clark! Quote2
-- Super-Clark



Appearing in "The Super-Clark of Smallville!"

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  • Superboy (First appearance as Super-Clark)

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Locations:

  • Store-Room
  • Basement
  • Laboratory
  • School Stadium

Items:

  • Ambrosia (Flashback and main story)
  • Cryogenic Grenade
  • Depolarizer
  • Laser-Beam Ring
  • Power-Nullifier

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  • Bathysphere

Synopsis for "The Super-Clark of Smallville!"

Clark Kent pretends that he has gained powers from ambrosia dust, the “food of the gods”, which Professor Lang has discovered when Lana catches him lifting a heavy bookcase off her father with one hand. At first, Clark finds it amusing to use his powers openly as Clark Kent, but the novelty soon wears off. Lex Luthor comes to Smallville and saps Superboy’s powers with a device. Superboy concocts some real ambrosia, eats it, and gains the powers of the gods, enabling him to defeat Luthor. When the ambrosia wears off, Superboy’s normal powers return.

Appearing in "Trust Me or Kill Me!"

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Synopsis for "Trust Me or Kill Me!"

Mordru creates a duplicate of Cosmic Boy and challenges Superboy to tell which is which, or see the Legion destroyed.

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