Due to the fact he never really had the opportunity to interact with anyone until recently, Superboy is somewhat anti-social and has a hard time getting along with others or showing his emotions.As such he constantly behaves in a confrontational manner to all people, even those who are attempting to be kind towards him.
Our main mission is to work continuously in order to keep the confidence shown to us both by our customers and our employees and enhance our professional abilities.Superboy started out its business life in a small production atelier and came to its current position by its abilites of seeing the future, risk taking, innovating and respecting humanistic values. Superboy will consider itself as a company which fulfilled its target once it reaches all the people in the world of textile in all around the world.At the time of his liberation, Superboy was physiologically 16 years old; however, chronologically he was only 16 weeks old.We have detected a history of abnormal traffic from your network so we ask that you please complete the following form to confirm that you are not a robot and are indeed a real person. Due to DC Comics’ complex Multiverse, several other Superboys have appeared over time, with the most notable being the mentally unstable Superboy-Prime, who is currently known as Superman-Prime.
Character history Kal-El The original pitch for a "Superboy" character was made by ] .In the last few years, some additional features of Superboy's history, such as his tenure in the Legion, have also been reintroduced into the story of Superman's youth.The character was adapted into a "Superboy" television series (1988–1992) and a teenage Clark Kent, secretly using his powers in heroic acts, appears in the highly successful "Smallville" TV series (2001–present), drawing to a great extent on the comic book continuity in its depiction of young Clark's life.Even simple things like making amends with people who he has wronged is a tough concept for him to understand.Superboy is a partial genetic clone of Superman, and as such shares many of Superman's physical traits.Infobox comics set index caption=Cover to "Superboy" #61 (1999) by Tom Grummett, showing Kon-El (in jacket), Kal-El (beneath Kon's right arm), and other Superboys from DC's Multiverse.code_name=Superboypublisher=.