Superman is a superhero published by DC Comics since 1938. An alien named Kal-El from the dead planet Krypton, he was sent to Earth and raised as Clark Kent by human foster parents, Martha and Jonathan Kent. As an adult, Superman became the protector of Metropolis, working at the Daily Planet as Clark Kent along side his partner and wife Lois Lane.
n the original Siegel and Shuster stories, Superman's personality is rough and aggressive. He was seen stepping in to stop wife beaters, profiteers, a lynch mob and gangsters, with rather rough edges and a looser moral code than we may be used to today. In later adventures he became, softer, and had more of a sense of idealism and moral code of conduct. Although not as cold-blooded as the early Batman, the Superman featured in the comics of the 1930s is unconcerned about the harm his strength may cause, tossing villainous characters in such a manner that fatalities would presumably occur, although these were seldom shown explicitly on the page. This came to an end when Superman vowed never to take a life. Superman is an extremely moral person, believing it immoral to kill anyone under any circumstances, and will do whatever he can to avoid it.
- Lois Lane: wife
He's learning how to be a superhero.
In season 2, he has heat vision.
"I'm here to fight for truth, justice and the American Way."