The major flaw of "L&C," and I guess what attracted alot of people to it as well, was that it made Lois Lane at least as important, if not more than, Superman himself.While Superboy did have Lois' equivalent in Lana Lang, they only used her in a story when they had a good reason.Conner Kent was created by Karl Kessel and Tom Grummett and first appeared in Adventures of Superman #500 (June 1993).
Superboy ends up having run-ins with the other three Supermen and meets up with Rex Leech who becomes his manager.
When the real Superman comes back he relinquishes the rights to the name and symbol (which had been copyrighted by Rex during Superman's absence and which he begrudgingly agrees to turn over to the real Man of Steel) and decided to leave Metropolis.
There were swinger sex clubs around but few people knew about them so there was little variation, even for swingers, in who they had sex with.
I was given your contact information through a man by the name of Terry Wriste [Editors Note: I’ve left this name untouched due to it’s relevance and the fact that I don’t believe it to be a real person – we’ll come back to this].
He was created by Project Cadmus to replace Superman following his death and he was artificially aged to mid-teens and implanted with the necessary knowledge of someone of his biological age (in regards to general studies, such as math, reading, etc). aging him to full adulthood and implanting him with safeguards to control him) he was freed by the Newsboy Legion and escaped.
One of the boys gave him a leather jacket before he set out into the city (having his first brush with being Superman when he encounters Sidearm attempting to rip off an ATM).
I can only remember a handful of episodes since I was pretty young and not into Superman enough at the time to watch it regularly. Unlike "Lois & Clark", which was made to attract people to Superman, "Superboy" was made for Super-fans.
It was focused alot more on science fiction and fantasy than "L&C," and therefore dealt more with Kal-El himself.
If you like romantic comedies, then "Lois & Clark" was for you.