Clark's age

According to the show's dialogue, Clark is currently 21 years old in Earth years. His birthday is established to be at the end of the season (Oracle indicated it is in May), and he is stated to be 17 at the beginning of Season 4 (in Run) and 18 at the beginning of Season 5 (in Hidden and Aqua). Additionally, Lois remarked he would get a "virgin" cocktail in Hydro but he is "legal [to drink]" (aged 21) in Apocalypse. Ergo, he was 14 in Season 1, 20 at the beginning of Season 7, and has just turned 21. If you know of any dialogue or on-screen indication that contradicts this, please include it here. Marikology 22:30, 28 June 2007 (UTC)

I previously wrote that that Clark seems less mature than his friends (my opinion, so I removed it), and someone added this:

It should be stated, however, that Clark's birthday was a date that the Kents picked randomly from a calendar to put on official paper work regarding Clark, rather than his actual date of birth, so there is a 50/50 chance that Clark is actually older than Lana or any of his other peers. In addition, all arguments about levels of emotional maturity aside, even back in the pilot episode Clark was physically very well developed for someone who had only turned fourteen three or four months earlier. He is already noticeably over six feet tall (Tom Welling is 6'2.5") and when shown without a shirt while hung out as the scarecrow he shows a surprisingly defined and developed musculature/physique for a fourteen year old. User:

which is very true. (It's basically a running joke that Tom Welling is supposed to be a high school freshman in S1- yeah right!). But, Clark *believes* he is a certain Earth age, and is treated by others around him as a certain age, so I think this mindset would have more bearing and insight into his actions than his actual Kryptonian age. And his physique is hard to use as argument either way since, he's... uh, Kryptonian, and is taller and more developed than most grown men. Anyway, I moved it to discuss, instead of in Trivia. Marikology 02:51, 13 September 2006 (UTC)

He appeared to be a little older than a toddler in the pilot episode, so in Season 1, Clark may actually be 19 or 20 in human years, not taking lightspeed travel into account. In that sense, he may be hundreds of years old due to relativity.) User:
Plus, y'know, it's television, where actors in their twenties (or more) regularly portray high schoolers. I mean, look at 90210, or Sabrina the "teenage" witch. --Noclevername 22:44, 11 March 2008 (UTC);)
In season 7, Kara has flashbacks of speaking to Zor-El as she departed Krypton, stating that the trip to Earth takes 3 years, meaning that Krypton was detryoed 3 years the meteor shower. Since Kal-El wasn't born during the trip (obviously), he arrived to Earth at least being 3 years old, yet, there isn't evidence that Kara, Jor-El or anybody else told him about this dates, making this information unknown to him. He is actually about a year older than everybody (including himself probably) believe. As far as season he is legally 22, while hi in fact is at least 23. impulse_flash 10 November, 2009

Is he really that young?

Was Clark really 14 when he found out that he was an alien? Because why would Lex buy him a car if he was only 14? I also don't understand why Clark is able to drive during season one if he's supposed to be a high school freshman?

I wondered about the driving thing too, but apparently that's common in rural farm communities, but he is indeed 19. I watched Seasons 1-5 in about six weeks, and he started off as a freshman, and was in college by season 5, and they state his age a few times along the way, so it's consistant, not like a soap opera or anything where he's 16 for three years. Marikology 03:34, 13 December 2006 (UTC) I also remembered that at the end of season 1, Chloe drove them to the Spring Formal, and Lana drove Whitney to the bus station, and they were 15 at the time, so I guess Smallville really doesn't care about underage drivers! Marikology 20:03, 18 December 2006 (UTC)

Reorder Article

Can't... stop... wiki-ing! I changed the order of the page. I figured it would make more sense to have the informative info up top, then the more narrative plot description further down the page. Marikology 04:16, 5 September 2006 (UTC)


For the trivia section, suggestions for other random things about Clark are welcome! Marikology 22:45, 8 August 2006 (UTC)

I included a personality section. As it's pretty-much my observations, feel free to change anything that is too POV. Marikology 02:45, 5 September 2006 (UTC)
Hey, I think that's a great idea and a pretty good list to start with. The older Smallville Torch site had cute tidbits about him such as being a member of the key club (hehe) and his participation in the fair, which can still be found here but the show itself has never mentioned these things and the page isn't even accessible without a direct link anymore. Perhaps something about Clark's ability to always find the good in people and his willingness to trust people (even to a fault!). I don't know... but I'll definitely check back here if I can think of anything else. Your list is pretty thorough as it is though. ~ Nik-El 00:51, 16 August 2006 (UTC)

Split "Powers and Abilities"

I recall wikipedia having a very nice article about Clark's powers and abilities in the past, but most of it got lost after merging with the original Clark article there. So my idea would be to resurrect the page in a new article that would contain some more information, sorted by seasons the powers developed in. For example it would be nice to see it clearly stated that he could jump on an ICBM in season 5 or that his speed greatly improved between season 1 (where Jonathan is actually seen falling, although slowly, while Clark was running to save him in the Pilot) and season 4 (where he could run so fast that he managed to save Chloe in Jinx and still return to his previous location, in the middle of a football game, without anybody noticing). SFilip 17:42, 18 December 2006 (UTC)

Split- I think that would be a good idea. But I think we should keep the original segment in this article, but reduce the paragraphs to a sentence or two, and transfer the other details to a new article. But if so, what should it be called? Is Clark Kent's powers and abilities too long? Marikology 20:03, 18 December 2006 (UTC)
I had an old version of the wikipedia article SFilip was talking about, and posted it on the page you suggested. Even if you guys decide to start over fresh or scrap the idea all together, it's still an interesting page that you might enjoy. 04:55, 28 December 2006 (UTC)
I love that line, the use of the word "bust" : "...busted the dining room table in half."
Reduce: I tried my hand at reducing each paragraph in the Powers and Abilities section to a sentence or two, but I'm not entirely pleased with the results. I knocked it down from about 765 words to 475 words, but I would be happier if approached 150 words. I tried to create some parallelism between the paragraphs, but I don't think it flows very well. I look forward to seeing what other contributors can do with it. I know this is a popular page. -Samantha's Mom 20:33, 19 February 2007 (UTC)
OK I worked on the sections some as well. I think the vulnerability part looks good, but the powers section is a monster. I'm going to move the paragraphs that were there to the other page, so that'll help reduce each power to one sentence. I added the bullet points just cos I think they make it easier to read, but whatever. Marikology 23:58, 19 February 2007 (UTC)

College Dropout

Clark hasn't gone to school since his father died, almost a full year ago, so I suppose we should change the Season 6 heading from "CKU year two", but I can't think of an appropriate replacement. Or we could hold out till the end of season 6, maybe he'll go back next semester? Marikology 04:02, 12 December 2006 (UTC)


It might be "consistent with other characters, and is more aesthetically-pleasing" to capitalize words such as "mother," "father," "strength" and "alive," but unless they are at the beginning of a sentence, then it is not correct. I know a lot people think that you are supposed to capitalize the first word after a colon, but that is not correct either. We can correct it now or we can correct it later, but I think its bet that we don't make up our own language for these pages. I think American English will work best. -Samantha's Mom 02:27, 8 December 2006 (UTC)

Nobody's trying to "make up a language" and it's not capitalized because it's correct English. But that's how all the characters are, that's how they were before I got here, so the consensus must be that it simply looks better, and I happen to agree. Lowercase looks sloppy and incomplete. Marikology 05:12, 8 December 2006 (UTC)

My apologies. I was raised on the Chicago Manual of Style to disdain excessive capitalization. Far from "looking better," it grates on me to see common nouns capitalized as if they were proper nouns. I guess I'm a meteor freak when it comes to grammar. However, while perusing the Manual of Style tonight (looking for amunition to press my case), I learned that this is not actually a matter of grammar (since these words are not sentences), but it is a matter of style, and although I'm not fond of the "house style," it is what it is, and I won't fuss about it any further. -Samantha's Mom 09:25, 8 December 2006 (UTC)

  • I disagree, I belive that british english is a better choice as more people world wide read and write it than american english! -- Awar 01:51, 10 September 2007 (UTC).
The show, while shot in Canada, is an American production marketed primarily to an American audience, and the setting is in America. It seems consistent to use American spelling. --Noclevername 22:52, 11 March 2008 (UTC)


I added this to Clark's abilities because he can run from Smallville to Metropolis without beaking a sweat or running out of breath. He also doesn't need rest when helping rebuild Metropolis after Dark Thursday and working full time on the farm. - Ryan Steele 18 October 2007


i really liked this article and it some very interesting things on it


Under Trivia, it states Clark's first known power was super-speed, but he's described several times as demonstrating super-strength even as a child. Super-speed was just the first power he was shown onscreen using. Unless there's some canon evidence, I'll take it out. --Noclevername 05:16, 11 March 2008 (UTC)

Ah great point! Would you mind leaving it in, but specifying that super-speed is his first onscreen power? And maybe adding the bit about how he used super-strength as a child? --Kanamekun 06:44, 11 March 2008 (UTC)
Done. --Noclevername 22:48, 11 March 2008 (UTC)
In Transference, Clark, while in Lionel's body, tells Martha, "Remember when I was 6, and I was playing tag with Dad, and all of a sudden I started running faster than I'd ever run before, and I was in the middle of Palmer Woods, completely lost." I think that that's what the trivia was talking about. However, it's impossible to know for certain which power was Clark's first, since several characters mention that Clark was strong when he was young. I think it's best to remove the note. --Stressed dessert 19:47, 12 March 2008 (UTC)
Back in Season 2, I believe the episode is Lineage, one of the flashbacks during the evening of the meteorshower show's Ethan checking on the Kents. Then Martha appears claiming that Kal-El is a really strong boy, which would mean his forst known power is super strength. Also, in Vortex, Jonathan tells Nixon when Clark was I believe age 4, he demonstrated part of his super-strenth
isn't flight the first on screen power (and ironically the last he learnt)? been awhile since i saw the pilto but i thought he woke up hovering over his bed prior to crashing into it and showing the rest of his powers. even sure was before the credit reel. 10:22, February 25, 2013 (UTC)


Since he's not human, why is he listed as a metahuman? No other alien character are. I think since he's already in the aliens category, adding him to the benevolent metahumans category is overkill. --Noclevername 06:38, 12 March 2008 (UTC)

I believe the word metahuman is a DC Comics term that's meant to apply to anyone with super powers? [1] --Kanamekun 13:45, 12 March 2008 (UTC)
Well, "metahuman" means "beyond human", which fits Clark perfectly. --Stressed dessert 19:33, 12 March 2008 (UTC)
Should we add the other super-powered alien characters to that category? --Noclevername 19:41, 12 March 2008 (UTC)
I guess so. I don't strongly oppose not adding them, so it doesn't matter that much to me. --Stressed dessert 19:43, 12 March 2008 (UTC)

Clark's main picture

Please do not engage in a revert war over Clark's main profile picture. I actually don't think either image is particularly great, but that's just my opinion. Can we field some suggestions for possible main profile pics? If we can find one that's good, we can build a consensus and then swap out the profile pic for a new one. --Kanamekun 05:54, 25 July 2008 (UTC)

Sorry, I changed back before I saw this section :-/ BatteryB7 07:24, 25 July 2008 (UTC)
Okey, Im really getting tired of Nicholsy's horroble picture's. BatteryB7 14:49, 2 October 2008 (UTC)
I don't know who swapped out the picture, but I agree that it's not the best pic. Feel free to propose (or swap in) some new ones? --Kanamekun 15:13, 2 October 2008 (UTC)

This One - Swedish-El

I think the promo pic wich i posted here now should be the main picture as it was a few days ago 'til Marikology changed it to some pic from Legion. But i dunno if that's some tradition you have to change it after every episode.--Swedish-El 16:01, 24 January 2009 (UTC)
It can be but doesn't need to be changed after every episode, but it should be a screencap, of the actual character, and not the actor, which is why we don't use the promo pics. Marikology 16:16, 24 January 2009 (UTC)
I don't mean to be rude or anything but don't you all think the current main picture sucks? I mean its a poor picture since it seems cropped Kryptonian713 01:47, July 30, 2010 (UTC)

The Last Son of Krypton.

I was wondering about the first sentence of Clark's article: "Clark Kent is the Last Son of Krypton."

I don't think that that phrase "last son of Krypton" has ever been used on the show? (at least in the first six seasons: [2]). There have been a number of male Kryptonians (i.e. other "last sons") who also survived Krypton's explosion - although Zod, Dax-Ur, and Nam-Ek were all subsequently killed or banished (it's not always clear).

But still, just wondering if we should start off Clark's page with a statement that (to my knowledge) hasn't been uttered or confirmed on the air? If I'm wrong about that though, happy to leave it there! --Kanamekun 06:54, 31 July 2008 (UTC)

I stand corrected, Jor-El said this in the Season 2 finale!
Jor-El: I am his memory, his will. I am to fulfill his promise and guide you all the days of your life. You are the last son of Krypton.
Still, not sure we want to lead with that... will think some more about other possible intros. --Kanamekun 03:06, 11 August 2008 (UTC)
If Zod is really going to show up next season, Clark is really no longer the last son of Krypton. I'll brainstorm some possible replacements... please chime in if any ideas come to mind! --Kanamekun 20:12, 18 August 2009 (UTC)
I replaced "Clark Kent is the Last Son of Krypton" with this: "Clark Kent is a super powered alien from the planet Krypton, who lives in Smallville and works in Metropolis as a reporter at the Daily Planet. He also secretly fights crime, currently moonlighting as a vigilante known as the Red-Blue Blur. "
Feel free to edit! --Kanamekun 22:38, September 7, 2009 (UTC)


Perhaps it is Jor-el who is the traveler. that would explain how the fortress was destroyed, clark is stripped of his powers in the beginning of season 8, and why clark isnt under lex's control.

NO. Jor-El isn't the Traveler. It's Clark. He was controlled, but not in a puppetmaster way. The Orb took away his powers, which is how he was controlled. August 13, 2010 (UTC)User:TomWellingishot

who keeps deleting stuff

will Clark Kent ever be able to fly?

no they just talk about him and flying in at least two episodes every season since season three and they've mentioned it almost every episode this season and the cast said not long before this season started that he would fly by the end of the season.--Jax Vos 03:29, April 22, 2011 (UTC)

Speculation: How Much More?

Okay, they are going to do season nine, after working at the Daily Planet and has begun creating a dual identity, it begs the question, what else could could Clark do? He's saving lives on a daily basis. And it's been rumored that there might also be a season ten. I'm excited, but overly curious on how they could pull it off. There is not much else to do with the character. I mean with all the things Clark is doing latly, with or without the costume he is practiclly Superman. What is he missing? Does anyone have any good ideas, things that would forshadow or make him more like Superman, other than the tights.

mabye having a more active role in the Justice League.

My guess, they are going to add some new abilities, like arctic breath. Probably, we're also going to see dark Clark again, except without Red-K. I've also read that Tess is going to develop feelings for Clark, but this could be done either really well or terribly, depending on whose writing it and how creative they are. We might see a repeat of Season Two Clark/Chloe style, except with Clark/Tess which would probably be terrible. When the writers get desperate for ideas, they seem to fall back on continually introducing more characters from the comics, so we will probably see more returns and/or new one-time characters, who are just as cliche and unoriginal.But, who knows, they may pull a rabbit out of their hats and gives us something new and exciting.


That could suck or could be really interesting, it's one thing to gain feelings for a co-worker(Lois),But a completley different ball game to see what happens betwween Employee and Employer, like Lois and Grant.

  • Personally, I'd love to see that. We haven't really seen Clark have feelings for a person he knows he shouldn't feel for. I mean, the Alica thing was kind of like that, but not quite. Also, it would be very interesting to see Tess develop feelings for him. I mean, we saw she had an attraction to Oliver, but that was almost entirely sexual. We haven't seen her get a real emotional connection except with Lex, which was just weird.

  • Atually it has now been proven that Tess does have feelings for Clark. Since Clark is engager she can't do anything about it. Her relationship with Lex was kind of wierd since they never actually saw each other in the show. Lex and Tess's "relationship" is mostly just implied.

Profile Pic

Can someone swap out the promotional pic for a picture of Clark fighting crime as the Blur? There's a picture linked in the Season 9 section, but it's a bit grainy and dark... --Kanamekun 11:42, October 2, 2009 (UTC)
I got a picture of him as the Blur if that helps much either this one or the other one, its your choice really PimpinBryan713 22:55, June 5, 2010 (UTC)
I don't have a strong opinion here... but none of the "Blur" pictures have seemed that compelling yet. I don't think it's the screencaps - I think it's the outfit. It's black and without color, and not that compelling... --Kanamekun 23:36, June 5, 2010 (UTC)

Is there a reason people keep changing Clark's main picture after every new episode? --Kel-En 14:47, May 3, 2011 (UTC)


So, Clark wears glasses now... and that's awesome! Even though Clarks explanation for them was kind a lame it was still nice to see Clark wearing them. But I'm concerned. Is he really gonna wear them full-time from now on, or was it just a inside joke? Even if he is going to wear them "full-time" I think he's going to take them off when he is with Chloe or his superfriends. That's fine but I hate see if it was only a tease for the fans. Any thoughts about the glasses? - BatteryB7 14:24, November 15, 2009 (UTC)

yea i was wondering was it a joke to distract lois or was he really gona wear them full time

  • I think that they will go with he will wear them a couple of times when Lois is around the Planet. Like he will be at his desk without them on and Lois will remark that he hasn't got them on and then he will put them on. Over the course of the season they will become more frequent I think. Geoff Johns please read my work!!!! 18:45, November 15, 2009 (UTC)
  • None of the promo pics that we have for the upcoming episodes (just Pandora I guess) feature Clark wearing glasses so... take that for what you will. Either way, the article makes it sound like he certainly is wearing them full time now, but there's no strict evidence, so I think the article needs to be edited and speculation removed. 21:44, November 17, 2009 (UTC)
    • Promo pics for Pandora are from the alternative future where Clark never started to wear glasses so that explains the absence of them. But yes, we don't know if he's going to use them regularly in the future episodes. - BatteryB7 13:29, November 18, 2009 (UTC)

New article for Clark Kent's dream

we can't refer to clark's dream as the future/2013, since it happened in the present and could have just been a dream - Kanamekun

I suggest we create an article for Clark Kent's dream, similar to Lois Lane's vision. We could add detailed summary and screencaps, maybe even a video. Thoughts? - BatteryB7 14:49, May 17, 2010 (UTC)

Sounds fantastic! We can add all sorts of Notes there, interpreting the dream too... --Kanamekun 15:44, May 17, 2010 (UTC)
I'll get right on it then. - BatteryB7 17:00, May 17, 2010 (UTC)

Personality revamp

Anyone up for working on a revamp of Clark's Personality section?

It's really great but his personality has changed quite a bit in the last season or so... any thoughts on the sort of things we should add or re-organize? --Kanamekun 17:17, June 10, 2010 (UTC)

I'll take a stab at it but only the evolution of his relationship with Lois. I'm much more familiar with Lois and Clark relationship due to the fact their my favorite couple in comic universe . I enjoyed their iconic relationship and "Smallville"'s unique way of re-visioning their relationship from strangers (Season 4), to secret friends (Season 5,6,7), to partners (Season 8) to romantic lovers (Season 9) and finally Soul Mates (Season 10). --Kal-EL 18:14, June 10, 2010 (UTC)

Sounds good! Maybe focus those edits around the Clark and Lois page? --Kanamekun 18:16, June 10, 2010 (UTC)

Opening description cleanup needed

The opening section of Clark's page needs a major cleanup!

Anyone have a few to reduce it in size, and make it flow better?

Thanks! --Kanamekun 19:23, October 23, 2010 (UTC)

I did something, but I don´t known if it's okay. --RoR-El 22:03, October 23, 2010 (UTC)

Don;t you think more should be added to the opening section [ in the light of recent events] - Sirjan Madan

Many Faces of Clark Kent

I think we need to get this in the works somewhere. There's one for Lois and Lex, but not Clark. I'm not really sure how to make the source coding work but I can come up with a list of actors if there's is need of that kind of help

I think it's a good idea

Hand to Hand Combat

Hey i'm new here but i have a suggestion, why don't you work on hand to hand combat? I mean when season 9 started it was noted that Jor-El trained Clark in almost everything about krypton and life itself, including fighting i can assure you. I mean think back at all the seasons, haven't you noticed that in almost every fight Clark relies only on surprise and never on his combat? The only true fights in Smallville is probably Clark vs Titan, in which Clark used only instincts to fight not skill, then Clark vs Major Zod, in that fight Clark was trained as a soldier, the only reason he got beat around is because Zod was trained more in hand to hand combat, hence his MASTER HAND TO HAND COMBAT TITLE so pleas think about expanding Clark's hand to hand combat


Ok I was looking at the incredible article or page you guys have done for Clark, but one thing confuses me; when I saw the Longetivity part I saw that he can be PERMANENTLY which I think is BS(excuse my language). Yes, he can be killed but that doesn't mean he'll stay dead, not as long as he has the ability that ALL Kryptonians have; Solar Absorbtion. Just look at the DOOMSDAY comics when Superman died, he only died for awhile but he didn't come back to life as quickly is because his body was underground and buried until Lex Luthor got him out. so my argument is that i think you should change that little bit. 22:41, December 28, 2010 (UTC)AllStarKryptonian

This page was deleted by someone. I restored the previous edit. Hoped that was all right!

Chip JChip J 03:07, March 21, 2011 (UTC)

Kent, Bizarro and Luthor relation

I was wondering can Clark Luthor and Bizarro be considered his relatives? I ask this because Bizarro used his DNA to construct himself so he can be seen as related through stolen DNA. Also Clark Luthor as well as any other doubles can be considered relatives to their (as Lionel puts it) Dopplegangers because they and their Dopplegangers are completely genetically identical so they can be related under the title (Alternate Self).- Mr. Anonymous

Well actually Lionel Luthor and Lionel Luthor (Earth-2) have mirrored fingerprints. Asside from that Clark does reffer to Jor-El in Kent as "our father" so in a sense i would considder Clark Kent and Clark Luthor as relatives.--Kel-En 02:01, April 24, 2011 (UTC)

So can we consider them both Clark's relatives?

How about a new rule: if someone is from an alternative reality and is somehow related to him, they have to stay in Clark's reality to count as family? --Kanamekun 01:22, April 25, 2011 (UTC)
I think that's a good rule.

Clark kent's mild mannnered reporter photo.

Who changed it to a earlier photo of clark? Go-On Red 08:51, April 25, 2011 (UTC)

"Clark with glasses" is a disguise, so it's not an accurate profile picture. - BatteryB7 07:57, April 25, 2011 (UTC)
Still,it's clark,only resembling his older self.Go-On Red 08:51, April 25, 2011 (UTC)
Actually this pic is only two episodes old.--Kel-En 01:46, April 26, 2011 (UTC)
Now, for the scene where future clark and present clark meet and talk,i think they could have gotten brandon routh to play the role of future clark. Go-On Red 03:31, April 27, 2011 (UTC)
I did, I changed the picture
, i'm sorry if it wasn't right, I just think that, the mild mannered Clark, it's going to be the real Clark, because, this page is about Clark Kent, not a page about his superhero persona, just like in wikipedia, they have separate pages one for Clark Kent, and other one for Superman, maybe we can do this with all the Heroes, Heroines, Villians, and other known beings with Alter-egos. Sei 7k 22:48, April 27, 2011 (UTC)

Pure of spirit

Who else thinks that Clark isn't pure but being manipulated by Darkseid so that it'll be easier to control him? I ask because Jor-El refered to Clark as a wavering soul and Darkseid still wouldn't be so hell bent if Clark was a lost caused.

Actually, Clark is now pure of heart since Darkseid, through Desaad, tried to "use" him but couldn't in Masquerade. -- ImperiexSeed, 2:26 PM, April 26th 2011

Since the whole issue with Desaad when has Darkside ever shown interrest with Clark? --Kel-En 21:40, May 2, 2011 (UTC)

Current profile picture of Clark coded "Ck2.jpg"

Don't get me wrong, I love that picture, mainly because it alludes to the strong, bold, and spirited individual he'll become when he turns into Superman, and also because its of very good quality. But because he only looked that way in one episode, I think we should change it back to the one prior because he will be seen like that throughout the rest of the show. -- ImperiexSeed, 11:42 AM, May 3rd 2011

You mean this one?:


Superman01 13:09, June 12, 2011 (UTC)

Clark Luthor

Ultraman is from Earth-3 not Earth-2. Is it diiferent in Smallville?

Brainiac is different in Smallville! Yes in Smallville Clark Luthor and Ultraman are the same person from Earth-2 and so far Smallville has never had an Earth-3. --Kel-En 19:40, May 13, 2011 (UTC)

Clark's Changing into the blur

How many time clark has ripped his shirt to reveal his Mark of El Insignia?

One time was at Finale, Part 2 But were there other times where clark did this?

Presumbly Season 9 and Season 10,at the time he wore his black blur costume/suit.Go-On Red 20:35, May 14, 2011 (UTC)

  • Season 2 - The Kryptonian \8/


  • Season 3 - The Kryptonian \8/


  • Season 9


  • Season 10

Homecoming - Although we don't see it on screen Booster

Finale, Part 2 - At the end.

Thankyou very much. Go-On Red 20:53, May 14, 2011 (UTC)


It said that she was an adoptive family, but he married her. I changed it into a new Spouse section Yo, Im xV DEaD ShOT xV 00:55, May 15, 2011 (UTC)

Are Lois and Clark married?

I know that in the furture sequence in Finale that they don't wear the rings and were going to see the minister, BUT the "I do's" come before the rings. So, doesn't that mean when they tried to get married at the beginning of the episode that they are technically married, but they just don't wear the rings yet? - MIK-EL

They are legally married. In 2018 it's implied that they have another ceremony with rings actually being put on and new vows. --Kel-En 23:08, May 17, 2011 (UTC)
They are not legally married... please see Talk:Lois Lane for the definitive discussion! --Kanamekun 00:36, May 18, 2011 (UTC)
Ok then please enlighten me as to how you know this after all it is implied in most situations that once the vows are in place they are married and the rings are only a symbol of the marriage, and usually by the time of a ceremony in a church people already have their marriage license. --Kel-En 20:39, May 18, 2011 (UTC)
In 2018, they still hadn't been married yet... they discussed this on the staircase? --Kanamekun 20:51, May 18, 2011 (UTC)
They discussed a wedding ceremony and rings not a marriage. Just try and prove to me otherwise. --Kel-En 03:02, May 19, 2011 (UTC)
Please join the discussion over on Talk:Lois Lane! --Kanamekun 03:10, May 19, 2011 (UTC)

Clark and "justice"

Clark repeatedly values redemption over justice. A few quick examples:

  • He knew that Oliver killed Lex, but didn't insist on him turning himself in.
  • He knew that Clark Luthor was a mass murderer on Earth 2, but he still returned him to Earth 2.

And yet despite this, his desire to offer people redemption means that he never demanded that they face justice.

Can anyone think of any other examples? --Kanamekun 03:41, June 8, 2011 (UTC)

He also never turned himself in after his crime spree as Kal in Exile. --Kanamekun 18:15, June 9, 2011 (UTC)

Clark's picture... again.

Clark is the main character of Smallville, he deserves an image that doesn't feature that back of Lois' head. Think we can find a picture with just Clark in it? Mainly one where he looks happy. (Since the one of him in the fortress doesn't seem to be not an option anymore.) - [S.B.B] 03:32, June 25, 2011 (UTC)

SuperBlahBlah's fortress pic would be perfect choice in my opinion if it weren't so... blue. I mean, the composition and angle are great and Clark's facial expression is fitting, but the lighting makes it almost unappealing to look at in infobox size. - BatteryB7 09:09, June 25, 2011 (UTC)

"Look Ma, no blue!"

Well, if the only problem was the blue tint, that is very solvable. That better for everybody? - [S.B.B] 10:36, June 25, 2011 (UTC)
Looks great! - BatteryB7 11:23, June 25, 2011 (UTC)
Yes it does, and actually, in all honesty, I didn't really have a problem with that particular picture, it was Lastsonofkrypton that didn't like it and some other users kept changing it, so I decided to re-insert mine as a solution, but go ahead and add yours! :) -- ImperiexSeed, 8:54 AM, June 25th 2011

Clark's personality section

There's a lot of info in there about his relationship with Lois. Should that go under his Personality section? --Kanamekun 00:43, July 4, 2011 (UTC)

What are you talking about? If thats the case with Lois then all the stuff with Lana shouldn't be put in there. A lot of things that start with Lois have several others mentioned and many of them don't focus on his relationship with her without it also involving his relationships with others as well. --Kel-En 03:16, July 4, 2011 (UTC)

Add to abilities

Clark can run faster than the speed of sound,and at the SAME time can see faster than the speed of sound too.NietzscheGrrrl 03:30, July 5, 2011 (UTC)

That's kind of implied with speed --Kel-En 19:14, July 5, 2011 (UTC)

Picture for the 500th time

I think that the picture of Clark should be him with his glasses. It resembles his newest common attire.

...XV DEaD ShOT xV 00:09, July 11, 2011 (UTC)

Yeah or this one:
Ben: The Blur 21:18, July 28, 2011 (UTC)
Glasses Smallville
Ben: The Blur - please do not use a promotional picture as a profile picture. --BatteryB7 21:22, July 28, 2011 (UTC)

Alternate Timelines

Shouldn't the events of Reckoning and Infamous be counted as Alternate Timelines? Eventually they were erased from the shows main history? Nate 21:31, April 7, 2012 (UTC)

Superman or The Man of Steel



is a picture of Clark as Superman. The suit is the one used in the Smallville Season 11 comic strip.Mysteryhero 06:41, May 22, 2012 (UTC)


I know Clark is never supposed to have taken anyone's life (he killed Brainiac, but he was only a machine and Titan accidentally stabbed himself), but how do you explain away Clark killing Wes Keenan? Did he not count because he was technically a machine too?William slattery (talk) 04:01, August 23, 2012 (UTC)


He has a scar on his upper lip (can be seen in the close ups) does anyone know how he got it? SwordoftheSpirit (talk) 06:23, March 29, 2013 (UTC)

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