A black-and-white drawing I did of the Clark Kent/Superman of Earth-Two, one of the various universes that consisted the original multiverse in the main DC Comics Super-Heroes continuity.
Things to note about this character:
- First appeared in "Action Comics" Vol. 1 No. 1 (June 1938). He's also known as the "Golden Age Superman".
- Wasn't revealed to be an Earth-Two inhabitant until "Justice League of America" Vol. 1 No. 73 (August 1969). This issue was written to add more distinction between this Superman and the Silver Age/Bronze Age Superman (the Superman who starred/co-starred in comic book issues of the 1950s through early 1980s) while resolving continuity problems. The same issue retconned the Silver Age/Bronze Age Superman to be an inhabitant of Earth-One.
- Served as an honorary member of Earth-Two's Justice Society of America while his Earth-One counterpart was a founding member of Earth-One's Justice League of America.
- His kryptonian name reads "Kal-L" while that of his Earth-One counterpart reads "Kal-El".
- Represented Daily Star (a newspaper company on the Earth of Earth-Two) while his Earth-One counterpart represented his universe's Daily Planet.
- Unlike his Earth-One counterpart (who went by the superhero name "Superboy" during his youth), he did not start his superhero career until adulthood.
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