Clark gets an inverse make-over from Lois, in order to become a gray mouse when the Blur goes public. Just then, a flashy media-hungry new superhero emerges: Booster Gold, who systematically steals the show. Clark discovers Booster came from the future with a Legionnaire's ring, probably stolen. Generally bullied, shy schoolboy Jaime Reyes is inadvertently infected with the alien scarab which Booster was hired to retrieve for industrialist Ted Kord, hence transformed into the Blue Beetle, an uncontrollable monster. Clark could just expose Booster as a fake coward, but chooses to educate him in superhero ethics.
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The sponsor logos on Boosters' NASCAR-like suit include Shake Up Kola, Global Air, Metropolis Telecom, Bank of Metropolis and Federated Couriers. See more
When Clark and Lois are walking down the street at the very beginning, they look across to a man in front of a magazine rack. In the close shot, there is a woman behind him looking at the magazines, in the long shot, he is alone and in the next close shot, she is behind him again. See more
Lois, I was like that in Smallville. The thought of going back to that, I...
Clark, the real you can burn holes through buildings with a look, and lift a freight train with one finger. Get over it.
You know, the last thing you should worry about is teaching me Mild-Mannered 101. You should be focusing on that promotion now that Steve Lombard went to Daily Star. They said that desk could be yours.
I'm counting on it.