History Characters / LoisAndClark

5th Mar '17 7:27:22 PM lalalei2001
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Lex Luthor is a genius buisnessman who is intent on controlling Metropolis, and eventually, the world. His rise to fame and fortune has been cultivated over his entire adult life, and Lex has never let anyone or anything stand in his way. When neccessary, he does not hesitate to buy people off, intimidate them into submission, or have them killed. By the time of the series premiere, Luthor is the 3rd richest man in the world, with a net worth in the tens of billions of dollars. His company, Lexcorp, owns telephone service, television channels, nuclear power stations and various others: essentially, all of the things needed for a society's infrastructure. In addition, Lexcorp includes many sub-companies that make home electronic equipment, appliances and the like.


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Lex Luthor is a genius buisnessman businessman who is intent on controlling Metropolis, and eventually, the world. His rise to fame and fortune has been cultivated over his entire adult life, and Lex has never let anyone or anything stand in his way. When neccessary, necessary, he does not hesitate to buy people off, intimidate them into submission, or have them killed. By the time of the series premiere, Luthor is the 3rd richest man in the world, with a net worth in the tens of billions of dollars. His company, Lexcorp, owns telephone service, television channels, nuclear power stations and various others: essentially, all of the things needed for a society's infrastructure. In addition, Lexcorp includes many sub-companies that make home electronic equipment, appliances and the like.

21st Feb '17 9:11:34 AM lalalei2001
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* CanonForeigner
* ConquerorFromTheFuture

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* CanonForeigner
CanonForeigner: He didn't originate in the comics.
* ConquerorFromTheFutureConquerorFromTheFuture: He wants to ruin the past because the utopia Superman created is ''boring''.




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* MetaGuy: Since he's from the future, Tempus wastes no time poking fun at various Superman tropes, including show-specific ones.


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!!Mayson Drake
A cop who knew Clark back in Smallville, she likes Clark but dislikes Superman.

!!Lana Lang
Clark's fiancee in an alternate timeline, she bullies him into not using his powers in public.

!!Alternate Clark
A Clark from an alternate timeline where Lois went missing and Lana cows him into not using his powers.

!!Zara and Ching
New Kryptonians sent to test Superman to see if he was worthy of being married to Zara. Zara is in an arranged marriage with Kal-El since birth, and according to Kryptonian law, is married to him. Ching is her bodyguard. They have a tendency to avoid Superman's super-senses.
16th Feb '17 5:27:16 PM NotOnAnyFlatbread
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%%* BrownEyes: Unlike most incarnations of Superman who have blue eyes, Dean Cain's brown eyes help cement his down to earth personality, as well as his mundane persona as Clark Kent. They're even commented on a couple of times.
13th Feb '17 7:58:45 PM malias
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* BrownEyes: Unlike most incarnations of Superman who have blue eyes, Dean Cain's brown eyes help cement his down to earth personality, as well as his mundane persona as Clark Kent. They're even commented on a couple of times.

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* %%* BrownEyes: Unlike most incarnations of Superman who have blue eyes, Dean Cain's brown eyes help cement his down to earth personality, as well as his mundane persona as Clark Kent. They're even commented on a couple of times.
14th Jan '17 7:12:59 AM DiScOrDtHeLuNaTiC
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Cat Grant is the Society columnist of the Daily Planet and is well-connected to the world of high society and celebrity. She acts somewhat flaky and is always on the lookout for her next sexual conquest, trying (and failing) throughout the first season to entangle both Clark and Superman. She and Lois don't particularly care for each other.


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!! Jonathan Kent (Eddie Jones)
Jonathan Kent is Clark's adoptive father and husband of Martha Kent. His portrayal in the series is similar to that of his comic counterpart: a hard-working farmer of strong character and traditional values, who instilled in Clark the moral code he lives by. He is a good-humored straight man to his quick-witted wife, and is invariably the voice of reason and caution during their phone calls with Clark.

!! Martha Kent (K Callan)
Martha Kent is Clark's adoptive mother and wife of Jonathan Kent. Lois & Clark's depiction differs somewhat from the traditional 'farm wife' Martha in that she is an aspiring avant-garde artist and sometimes takes adult education classes at the Smallville Community College. She and Jonathan have been married since at least the early 1960's, although Martha was unable to bear children. When the infant Clark's rocket crashed, Martha and Jonathan took him as their own son and raised him as a human.


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Lex Luthor is a genius buisnessman who is intent on controlling Metropolis, and eventually, the world. His rise to fame and fortune has been cultivated over his entire adult life, and Lex has never let anyone or anything stand in his way. When neccessary, he does not hesitate to buy people off, intimidate them into submission, or have them killed. By the time of the series premiere, Luthor is the 3rd richest man in the world, with a net worth in the tens of billions of dollars. His company, Lexcorp, owns telephone service, television channels, nuclear power stations and various others: essentially, all of the things needed for a society's infrastructure. In addition, Lexcorp includes many sub-companies that make home electronic equipment, appliances and the like.

11th Jan '17 6:40:08 PM Nakayama90
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!!Mr. Mxyzptlk (Howie Mandel)

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!!Mr. Mxyzptlk (Howie Mandel)(Creator/HowieMandel)


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* BeardOfEvil: Usually a bald character, this version has a full head of brown hair, complete with a beard.
* DarkIsEvil: Dressed all in black.
3rd Nov '16 3:00:52 AM DustSnitch
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* BigBrotherMentor: To Jimmy
* {{Badass}}: Being Superman, that's a given.
** BadassBookworm
** BrownEyes: Unlike most incarnations of Superman who have blue eyes, Dean Cain's brown eyes help cement his down to earth personality, as well as his mundane persona as Clark Kent. They're even commented on a couple of times.

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* BigBrotherMentor: To Jimmy
Jimmy.
* {{Badass}}: BadassBookworm: Being Superman, that's a given.
** BadassBookworm
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* BrownEyes: Unlike most incarnations of Superman who have blue eyes, Dean Cain's brown eyes help cement his down to earth personality, as well as his mundane persona as Clark Kent. They're even commented on a couple of times.
18th Apr '16 2:14:24 AM tsstevens
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* ChronicHeroSyndrome: Do you even need to ask? Clark is actually diagnosed with "Superman Complex" after he saves Lois from being hit by a car, later as Superman he tries to stop an asteroid and ends up losing his memory, doctors reasoning he burned himself out doing good. Season two has Intergang try and threaten who Superman knows so he keeps out of their affairs: he reacts by dressing as a cop and fighting them [[ExactWords so that Superman is not involved.]]
9th Apr '16 4:30:26 PM BobTanaka
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* Adorkable: At times.

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* Adorkable: {{Adorkable}}: At times.
8th Apr '16 5:42:14 PM BobTanaka
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* Adorkable: At times.
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