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– by Seth McDonald

DC’s superhero team-up film, Justice League, is just over 10 days away. After having been killed by Doomsday in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, fans know at some point during the film, Superman will make his triumphant return to help the team. Now, it is fairly easy to explain the return of a super powered alien, but as far as most people know Clark Kent is just a normal earthling, and bringing him back to life proves to be far more complicated.

Superman himself, Henry Cavill, recently spoke with Chris Van Vliet of WSVN-TV about some of the ways the film may deal with this issue, and he brings up the recent Rebirth comics as a reference:

“Rebirth comics, there is a very different style of Clark Kent and Superman, he actually has a as well with Lois and the live in a different place, there’s a very different lifestyle and relationship going on. So there’s an opportunity there for that, but there are so many other opportunities as well where we can express and play with what and who Clark is.”

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I hadn’t really given much though to the issue of explaining Clark Kent’s return until now. Perhaps there will be no more Clark Kent, at least not publicly. It does seem likely for the film to take from the Rebirth comic series and have the couple move away from Metropolis and start life anew. With Steppenwolf trying to take over the planet, Clark Kent’s return seems to be low on the list of the team’s priorities.

How do you think Clark’s return will be explained, assuming it will be? Let us know in the comments down below!

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Source: Chris Van Vliet

  • jonathing

    super-hypnosis

  • M@rvel

    Is that quote really what Cavill said? Cause that makes absolutely no sense.

    • Deathstroke936

      In usual LRM manner… there’s a lost in translation moment here. He
      mentions that in Rebirth, Clark has a son with Lois and living in
      seclusion. So that’s one way to handle it or many ways like he states…

  • WTFITBS

    The Clark Kent persona has been dead in the comics for the longest time. Honestly it never made any sense. He should just be Kal-El, who is busy fighting other God-like characters while Aquaman talks to fish and Batman brings the same criminals to Arkham over and over again just for them to escape.