What would have happened in ‘Crisis on Infinite Earths’ if Clark and Lana follow together?


One of the cameos in ‘Crisis on infinite earths’ that left with the mouth open to all fans, not only of the Arrowverse, but of all the series of DC, was the one who did Tom Welling. Returning to give life to his character that led him to fame at the beginning of the decade on Smallville. But between the theories that exist, one called the attention… What would have happened in ‘Crisis on Infinite Earths’ if Clark and Lana follow together?

Tom Welling impersonated a young Clark Kent during the ten seasons that lasted the series of Smallville, and thanks to the success it enjoyed series during the time that it was on the air, the filmmakers gave way to create the Arrowverse’. And thanks to the many pleas for parts of fans, Welling had one of the cameos more expected within the crossover, ‘Crisis on Infinite Earths’ in the television network, The CW.

During that cameo, you could see a small epilogue of the series after what we saw in the end of the series, to see Clark become Superman. During her scene in ‘Crisis on Infinite Earths’, it is seen that he gave up his powers and that he did it to be able to form a family, which is formed by Lois Lane (who was personified by Erica Durance once again), and by their two daughters.

But seeing this, many fans have theorized that is what would have happened if Clark and Lana had been together in the events of ‘Crisis on Infinite Earths’. Simply this is solved by seeing the attitude that Lana had with Clark to be able to sacrifice your relationship because she was considered as a hindrance for him and his destiny to become Superman.

So that having lost their powers would not have been a good decision for Wool, which had convinced Clark that his destiny as the Man of Steel, was more important than living a normal life, as he always dreamed. Why is that Lois ended up being the love of the life of Clarkat her get the better of him and at the same time support you in the decisions more difficult.

This is not the first time that a Man of Steel loses his powers to be happy, because Christopher Reeve in ‘Superman II’ceased to be Superman to be able to live a normal life alongside Lois Lane. With the epilogue to ‘Smallville’ in ‘Crisis on Infinite Earths’, it gives a happy ending to Clark Kent along with Lois Lane, but now opens a new debate… How should Clark give up his powers or not?