Fictional Farmers: Luke Skywalker, Farmer Giles of Ham, Clark Kent, Fred Dagg, Dwight Schrute, Martha MacKenzie, Cannonball, Eragon, Colossus
Author: Books LLC
Publisher: Books LLC, Wiki Series
Release Date: August 31, 2011
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 138. Chapters: Luke Skywalker, Farmer Giles of Ham, Clark Kent, Fred Dagg, Dwight Schrute, Martha MacKenzie, Cannonball, Eragon, Colossus, Pee-wee Herman, Jonathan and Martha Kent, Richard Alpert, Andy Sugden, Jack Sugden, Annie Brearly, Joe Mangel, Ruth Martin, Jeremiah Gottwald, Paul Martin, Timmy Martin, Elizabeth Gail Dobbs, Genevieve Dieudonne, Cletus Spuckler, Husk, Jasmine Thomas, Sam Dingle, Icarus, Jango Fett, Diane Sugden, Jo Stiles, Jeff Miller, Lisa Dingle, Mr. McGregor, Ellen Miller, Boycie, Uncle Henry, Oliver Wendell Douglas, Adam Barton, Toby Mangel, Moira Barton, Joe Sugden, Emma Snyder, Coll, Farmer Maggot, Alice Dingle, The Farmer's Wife, Aero, Farmer Al Falfa, Matt Skilbeck, Pilkington, Farmer Palmer, Jones, Uncle Petrie, George Miller, Harry Jackson, Mary Ann Summers, Tom Kennedy, Cully Wilson, Bruce Campbell, Sylvester "Porky" Brockway, Norton McCoy, Ben Hubbard, Claudia Hammond, The Crafty Farmer, Febold Feboldson, Dorcon, Chris Gittins. Excerpt: Clark Kent is a fictional character on the television series Smallville. The character of Clark Kent, first created for comic books by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster in 1938 as the alternate identity of Superman, was adapted to television in 2001 by Alfred Gough and Miles Millar-this is the fourth time the character has been adapted to a live-action television series. Clark Kent has been played continually by Tom Welling, with various other actors portraying Clark as a child. The character has also appeared in various literature based on the Smallville television series, none of which directly continues from or into the television episodes. As of 2011, Smallvilles Clark Kent has appeared in eighteen young adult novels. In the series, Clark Kent attempts to live the life of a normal human being, and struggles with keeping the secret of his alien heritage from his frie...