Soon after being freed, Prime was there to greet Power Girl after she was reunited with her cousin. Furious, Superboy-Prime pounded on the barrier of reality. When the Legion of Super-Heroes learned of the prison break, they decided they needed to bring Superman from the 21st Century. His statue was kept in storage. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Superboy-Prime is slowed down by a 300 mi (480 km) thick wall of pure willpower generated by the Green Lantern Corps. She comforts Prime, telling him that "they" heard him, and that they sent her to tell him that they are sorry for what they did to him, and are going to leave him alone—"they" previously mentioned as being the writers at DC Comics. Superboy punched reality. Maggin and Curt Swan (based upon the original Superboy character by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster). On the way to ignite this universal rebirth, Superboy-Prime killed thirty-two Green Lanterns. Superboy-Prime (Clark Kent, born Kal-El), also known as Superman-Prime or simply Prime, is a DC Comics superhero turned supervillain and an alternate version of Superman. Which is pretty much what we are getting in the DC Universe again, courtesy of Doomsday Clock and DC Rebirth… is it time to do some reality punching again? This sends him into a tantrum, in which he wrecks the museum and kills security guards and police officers. However, when she discovered Alex's tower, Prime struck her down to be used for it. [42] During the Blackest Night, the Black Lantern Alexander Luthor provides Superboy-Prime with a copy of his original armor. But I finally realized—we saved the wrong Earth". Learning of the prison break, the Legion of Super-Heroes call Superman from the 21st century. While battling the Corps, Kal-L and Kal-El forced Superboy-Prime through Krypton's red sun to depower the vastly powerful youth to levels where the elder Supermen could handle him directly. This character or group of characters is or was primarily an enemy of the Legion of Super-Heroes from the 31st Century, and may have existed in any of the various Legion continuities, including but not limited to the Original Legion, Reboot Legion, and the Prime Legion. There, Superman and the other comic superheroes were fictional characters, as they were in real life. Unlike his namesake however, Clark Kent grew up without the benefit of super-powers. He also told Superman-Prime that the cosmic energies would soon wear off and then he will revert back to his true age. As a teenager, while wearing a Superboy costume to a party, his powers manifested. Maggin and Curt Swan (based upon the original Superboy character by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster). He proceeded to wreck the entire museum and kill whomever he came across. When Batman, Wonder Woman, Kal-El, and Kal-L arrive to save Metropolis, Kal-L confronts Alex about his role in the destruction. Enraged by his separation from Laurie, Superboy-Prime vows to destroy the Teen Titans and find a possible way to return home. Jor-El learned that a massive solar flare from Krypton's red sun threatened to engulf their home world, ultimately destroying it. The elder Superboy-Prime states that he became an anomaly that could not be killed after being shunted into the multiverse by the Guardians of the Universe and became the sole survivor of all creation.[45]. Maggin and Curt Swan (based upon the original Superboy character by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster). Zero Hour was great, that and Hal Jordan going nuts got me into DC in the first place. This assault caused ripples that altered reality, which was used as an explanation for character changes and retcons in DC continuity. On Superboy-Prime's earth, Superman and the other superheroes only exist in comic books. The two seem evenly matched until Prime becomes slightly injured after Monarch exposes part of his suit and releases some of his massive contained energies. When Dummy arrives while displeased that he was left behind after swimming all the way to the Dungeon of Eternity, Superboy-Prime states to Dummy that he can get him out in exchange for removing the little red sun outside of his prison. As they arrived, Naomi confided that she was afraid of him, but he brushed it off and demanded to know where the next issue was, but the cashier told him that it hadn't been released yet. 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Convincing him to battle Superboy-Prime once again, he joined Superman and the Legions of two other dimensions as reinforcements, enabling them to turn the tide of battle with the combined forces of all their major villains in Metropolis. Wildfire used his powers to fuel a Kryptonian regeneration chrysalis inside the Fortress from which emerged a resurrected Conner Kent. [45], During the battle, Prime kills two Legionnaires whose abilities manage to hurt him: Sun Boy of Earth Prime's "Threeboot Legion", who uses red solar powers; and Element Lad of Earth Prime, who managed to turn the ground around Prime into green kryptonite of the Earth Prime universe. ", This template will categorize articles that include it into the "Star Sapphire Corps members category.". They decided to adopt him and raise him as their own. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. During the fight, the Trapper is revealed to be an aged Superboy-Prime. Upon calling forth Superboy's victims, he teasingly reveals to him his impending death in Adventure Comics #5. He even asks the readers how they can still be reading comic books since the last time they interacted. Superboy-Prime is from a parallel Earth called Earth-Prime, devoid of any superheroes, or even superhumans, aside from Superboy. A one-stop shop for all things video games. After a brief fight, Conner grabbed Superboy-Prime and flew into the tower destroying it. [2][22] Although he claims to have made it himself,[23] Bart Allen remembers him stealing it following his escape.

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