"Truth, Justice, Family.": Sometime after they moved to Metropolis, the Kents sold their house in Hamilton County to another family. Now, with the adventure in Htrae over, Clark, Lois and Jon have come to pack up their things and say goodbye to the house and the city that saw them become a famil
Synopsis for "Truth, Justice, Family."
Sometime after they moved to Metropolis, the Kents sold their house in Hamilton County to another family. Now, with the adventure in Htrae over, Clark, Lois and Jon have come to pack up their things and say goodbye to the house and the city that saw them become a family for the first time. Jon is reluctant to move, but Clark and Lois get him to understand that change is for the better. As Lois mops the floor, Clark and Jon place the plant Clark got from Swamp Thing in the fields of Hamilton so it can grow freely.
After the Kents empty the house, the Flash arrives at their doorstop and offers to carry the Kents' belongings to their Metropolis apartment. To deflect suspicion, the Justice League has called for a training drill nearby. In a matter of seconds, Flash carries everything from Hamilton to Metropolis, including the Kents' mailbox, even though taking it is illegal. With their duty complete, Flash takes his leave while the Kents go to the Hamilton County fair.
At the fair, they find Maya and Kathy working in a snack bar, alongside Boyzarro and Robzarro. Ever since Htrae was consumed by a black hole, Maya and Kathy have been trying to find a suitable planet for the Bizarro boys to inhabit, but for now, they seem to have blended it well with the people of Hamilton. Later, as the townspeople celebrate, Mayor Goodman officially unveils a statue honoring Superman and Superboy for saving their town. However, the Kents' fun time is cut short when Flash informs Superman that a giant monster is attacking Metropolis. Although Clark and Jon are reluctant to leave, Lois understands what they need to do.
Much later, Lois returns to Metropolis and find Superman and Superboy sleeping on the couch after a long fight.
Appearing in "Truth, Justice, Family."
- Manchester Black
- Batman (Mentioned only)
- Bizarro (Mentioned only)
- Damian Wayne (Mentioned only)
- Jonathan Kent (Mentioned only)
- Martha Kent (Mentioned only)
- Swamp Thing (Mentioned only)
- Earth 0
- Earth 29
- Htrae (Mentioned only)
- Htrae (Mentioned only)
- Final issue of the series.
- The plant Clark got from Swamp Thing first appeared in Superman Annual #1.