DC Comics' ongoing monthly "Superboy" series has seen quite a few changes in the past four years, the biggest occurring last year with the death of the book's titular hero, Kryptonian clone Kon-El. But from the ashes of the old a new, alternate future Superboy has risen, chronicled first by writer Marv Wolfman and now by writer/artist Aaron Kuder.
Introduced with the New 52 relaunch, Kon-El was a clone with Kryptonian and human DNA, created by the organization N.O.W.H.E.R.E. and the mysterious villain Harvest. Breaking free of his sci-fi prison, Superboy joined the Teen Titans and, over time, moved from apathetic anti-hero to more enthusiastic superhero. However, when flung into the future during "Forever Evil"
Kon came face to face with his clone progenitor: the evil Jon Lane Kent, alternate future son of Lois Lane and Superman. Raised by Harvest, who seeks a cure for the disease that is slowly killing Jon, this Superboy plans on ridding the world of all metahumans in one murderous swath, and after Kon died in the "Krypton Returns" story Jon took his place.
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Sorry, I am not in the Jon Kent redemption arc of Superboy if that is what Aaron Kuder / DC is planning. I want Kon back. I will accept no substitutes. I have placed Superboy
book purchase on hold until Kon-El returns. I already did not like Jon Kent introduction, but to like - sorry, no can do.