Clark Kent is the alter ego of Superman in LEGO Batman 2: DC Superheroes and in LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham.

Appearance in Story

LEGO Batman 2 DC Super Heroes

Superman is first seen at the Ace Chemical Plant where the Dynamic Duo are threatened by a large fire. The heroes are aided by Superman who rescues them but leaves once Batman and Robin chase Lex Luthor and Joker through Gotham City. Luthor's LexBots fight the duo, who no longer were aided by Superman, delaying them and giving room for the villains to escape and for the Joker to make fake kryptonite.

Soon after, Luthor and Joker continue to Metropolis, but are followed by Superman and Batman. However the villains outrun them reaching Metropolis, where Luthor quickly constructs a giant robot that resembles Joker. When Superman and Batman find him building a large robot, Luthor reveals that he plans to use all of Joker's gas to control the citizens to follow his command. After finding out that the heroes are alive, Luthor weakens Superman with kryptonite instantly knocking him out. The villain then attempts to shoot Batman but misses and he jumps off the robot and saves Superman. Luthor and Joker are then defeated by the heroes.

Superman, who was still weakened by the kryptonite, was unable to fly and the robot attacks them. The robot nearly defeats the heroes but they are luckily aided by the Justice League and Lex Luthor and Joker are defeated and returned to jail.

LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham

Clark Kent appears in the storymode as Superman who aids the Justice League in their mission to aid the Legion of Doom in their mission to prevent Brainiac from using the power of the lantern rings to shrink planets into miniature size.



  • Clark Kent can use basic meele attacks such as punches and kicks.
  • Clark Kent can enter a phone booth to transform into Superman.


In both games Clark Kent is unlocked as soon as the player unlocks Superman. Superman is unlockable through completion of story mode.


  • The phone booth in which Clark Kent transforms seems to appear out of nowhere. It is also a reference to a classic Superman transformation.


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