Kenneth Clarkson

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'''Kenneth Clarkson'''
 
'''Kenneth Clarkson'''
 
  
 
An alias employed by [[Superman]] in September-October 1946 when, with [[Clark Kent]] presumed dead and that identity therefore at least temporarily unusable, he adopts a new secret identity—obtaining employment first as a cub reporter on the sensationalist Evening Gazette, then as a waiter at the Bilt-Ritz Hotel restaurant, and finally as a door-to-door vacuum-cleaner salesman—until a way is finally found to resurrect Clark Kent without endangering the secret of Superman's dual identity (S No. 42/3: "The Death of Clark Kent!"). (TGSB)
 
An alias employed by [[Superman]] in September-October 1946 when, with [[Clark Kent]] presumed dead and that identity therefore at least temporarily unusable, he adopts a new secret identity—obtaining employment first as a cub reporter on the sensationalist Evening Gazette, then as a waiter at the Bilt-Ritz Hotel restaurant, and finally as a door-to-door vacuum-cleaner salesman—until a way is finally found to resurrect Clark Kent without endangering the secret of Superman's dual identity (S No. 42/3: "The Death of Clark Kent!"). (TGSB)
 
  
 
[[Category:Entries|Clarkson, Kenneth]]
 
[[Category:Entries|Clarkson, Kenneth]]

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Kenneth Clarkson

An alias employed by Superman in September-October 1946 when, with Clark Kent presumed dead and that identity therefore at least temporarily unusable, he adopts a new secret identity—obtaining employment first as a cub reporter on the sensationalist Evening Gazette, then as a waiter at the Bilt-Ritz Hotel restaurant, and finally as a door-to-door vacuum-cleaner salesman—until a way is finally found to resurrect Clark Kent without endangering the secret of Superman's dual identity (S No. 42/3: "The Death of Clark Kent!"). (TGSB)

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