When Jordan Cross, Kyle Tippet and
Bart Allen confronted Clark and told them of their intentions to form a new
super-group Clark was puzzled what he should do. He faced a decision that
would change his life forever. He wondered what advice his father Jonathan
would give him. He spent days debating what to do. He spent many hours on the
phone talking to his mother in Washington. He also spent hours at his father's grave, hoping for a
He eventually became convinced that joining their group, which they referred to
as the Justice League, was the best thing he could do to help humanity, and
that his father would be proud of him.
Jordan, Bart and Kyle were elated to hear Clark's
decision to join the League. Clark decided that as a member of their group he would be known
The Justice League founders looked to the example of
King Arthur's knights of the round table for guidance.