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Pete Ross & The Sapphire - Pleased To Meet You
Pete Ross & The Sapphire - Pleased To Meet You
Published: 2015/06/02
Channel: g85er
Smallville 7x13 Pete visits Chloe at the Daily Planet
Smallville 7x13 Pete visits Chloe at the Daily Planet
Published: 2016/11/16
Channel: chloe sullivan
Smallville 7x13 Clark and Lana reunite with Pete
Smallville 7x13 Clark and Lana reunite with Pete
Published: 2016/11/16
Channel: chloe sullivan
Pete Ross
Pete Ross
Published: 2015/12/01
Channel: Gilvan Alves do Nascimento
SMALLVILLE 3X13 / Not today Pete - Ending
SMALLVILLE 3X13 / Not today Pete - Ending
Published: 2016/03/12
Channel: True Hero
Pete and Clark - Smallville Duplicity - clarks secret
Pete and Clark - Smallville Duplicity - clarks secret
Published: 2009/08/31
Channel: BestofSMALLVILLE
Pete Ross live Set 0kt. 2015
Pete Ross live Set 0kt. 2015
Published: 2015/10/22
Channel: Pete Ross
How Pete left Smallville...
How Pete left Smallville...
Published: 2008/03/12
Channel: SkullSkar
World Of Sport - Big Daddy & Pete Ross vs Scrubber Daly & Tiny Callaghan pt.1
World Of Sport - Big Daddy & Pete Ross vs Scrubber Daly & Tiny Callaghan pt.1
Published: 2009/02/27
Channel: tellumyort
World Of Sport - Big Daddy & Pete Ross vs Scrubber Daly & Tiny Callaghan pt.2
World Of Sport - Big Daddy & Pete Ross vs Scrubber Daly & Tiny Callaghan pt.2
Published: 2009/02/27
Channel: tellumyort
Interview with Pete Ross about CAE
Interview with Pete Ross about CAE
Published: 2016/08/13
Channel: Sandra Baxendell
Smoke DZA & Pete Rock "Black Superhero Car" Feat. Rick Ross (WSHH Exclusive - Official Music Video)
Smoke DZA & Pete Rock "Black Superhero Car" Feat. Rick Ross (WSHH Exclusive - Official Music Video)
Published: 2017/02/02
Channel: WORLDSTARHIPHOP
Pete Ross PREVIEW
Pete Ross PREVIEW
Published: 2011/07/29
Channel: BanjoBuilders
Emmerdale - Pete Tells Ross That Emma Tried To Kill Him As A Child
Emmerdale - Pete Tells Ross That Emma Tried To Kill Him As A Child
Published: 2015/02/05
Channel: Emmerdale
Emmerdale - Ross Forgives Pete?
Emmerdale - Ross Forgives Pete?
Published: 2015/08/28
Channel: Emmerdale
Ura nage setups with Pete Ross
Ura nage setups with Pete Ross
Published: 2013/03/24
Channel: BeyondGrappling
Emmerdale - Pete Beats Ross To Death
Emmerdale - Pete Beats Ross To Death
Published: 2015/08/06
Channel: Emmerdale
Peter Ross blacksmithing demonstration
Peter Ross blacksmithing demonstration
Published: 2016/05/22
Channel: Noel Barlau
Emmerdale - Ross and Pete have a heart-to-heart (HD)
Emmerdale - Ross and Pete have a heart-to-heart (HD)
Published: 2017/07/21
Channel: Jack Brading
Emmerdale - Pete Ross & Leyla Steal Back Moira
Emmerdale - Pete Ross & Leyla Steal Back Moira's Cows
Published: 2017/05/03
Channel: ReadySalted80
Pete Ross & The Sapphire - Mockingbird
Pete Ross & The Sapphire - Mockingbird
Published: 2013/09/27
Channel: peterossthesapphire
Pete Ross & The Sapphire - Devil Inside
Pete Ross & The Sapphire - Devil Inside
Published: 2012/10/01
Channel: peterossthesapphire
Emmerdale - Pete, Ross And Finn Find Out That James Is Adam
Emmerdale - Pete, Ross And Finn Find Out That James Is Adam's Dad (27th June 2014) DarkBlade27
Published: 2016/11/16
Channel: axeaxe gaming two
World Of Sport - Sid Cooper vs Pete Ross pt.1
World Of Sport - Sid Cooper vs Pete Ross pt.1
Published: 2009/03/23
Channel: tellumyort
Emmerdale - Ross And Pete Discover Holly Has Overdosed
Emmerdale - Ross And Pete Discover Holly Has Overdosed
Published: 2016/05/27
Channel: Emmerdale
Pete Ross v Elvis Jerome (world of sport)
Pete Ross v Elvis Jerome (world of sport)
Published: 2015/03/22
Channel: Arthur Psycho
Emmerdale Ross And Pete Discover Finn Been Shot
Emmerdale Ross And Pete Discover Finn Been Shot
Published: 2017/10/04
Channel: Emmerdale2009
Emmerdale - Ross and Pete Mourn Their Brother Finn
Emmerdale - Ross and Pete Mourn Their Brother Finn
Published: 2017/10/10
Channel: Emmerdale
Ross and Pete Question Finn Over His Strange Behaviour - Emmerdale
Ross and Pete Question Finn Over His Strange Behaviour - Emmerdale
Published: 2017/06/13
Channel: Emmerdale
Emmerdale - Pete and Ross Are Told That Their Mother is Dead (6th October 2017)
Emmerdale - Pete and Ross Are Told That Their Mother is Dead (6th October 2017)
Published: 2017/10/06
Channel: Favourite 3234424
Pete Ross Winslow - Ups And Downs
Pete Ross Winslow - Ups And Downs
Published: 2015/08/10
Channel: Sala de Seriados
Emmerdale - Ross Beats & Kidnaps Pete
Emmerdale - Ross Beats & Kidnaps Pete
Published: 2015/10/26
Channel: ReadySalted80
Emmerdale - Pete tells Debbie that he killed Ross
Emmerdale - Pete tells Debbie that he killed Ross
Published: 2015/08/26
Channel: soap news
Emmerdale - Diane Tells Pete and Ross That Emma Locked Finn Before He Dies (11th October 2017)
Emmerdale - Diane Tells Pete and Ross That Emma Locked Finn Before He Dies (11th October 2017)
Published: 2017/10/11
Channel: Favourite 3234424
Emmerdale - Ross Hangs Pete Over A Bridge
Emmerdale - Ross Hangs Pete Over A Bridge
Published: 2015/10/29
Channel: ReadySalted80
Emmerdale - Ross & Pete Meet Their Mum
Emmerdale - Ross & Pete Meet Their Mum
Published: 2015/01/14
Channel: ReadySalted80
Pete Ross & The Sapphire - Down To The Woods
Pete Ross & The Sapphire - Down To The Woods
Published: 2013/09/11
Channel: peterossthesapphire
Emmerdale - A Battered Ross Punches Pete
Emmerdale - A Battered Ross Punches Pete
Published: 2015/08/27
Channel: ReadySalted80
Pete Threatens to Tell the Police About Ross and Finn
Pete Threatens to Tell the Police About Ross and Finn's Cannabis - Emmerdale
Published: 2017/09/14
Channel: Emmerdale
Pete Ross Winslow - Trombone Link
Pete Ross Winslow - Trombone Link
Published: 2015/08/10
Channel: Sala de Seriados
Pete Ross Winslow - Tea Dance
Pete Ross Winslow - Tea Dance
Published: 2015/08/10
Channel: Sala de Seriados
Smoke DZA x Pete Rock - "Black Superhero Car" (feat. Rick Ross) [Official Audio]
Smoke DZA x Pete Rock - "Black Superhero Car" (feat. Rick Ross) [Official Audio]
Published: 2016/11/22
Channel: babygranderecords
Pete Ross & The Sapphire - Late Last Night
Pete Ross & The Sapphire - Late Last Night
Published: 2013/02/25
Channel: peterossthesapphire
Pete Ross Glider Checkride Prep, Blanik L-23
Pete Ross Glider Checkride Prep, Blanik L-23
Published: 2016/12/04
Channel: thermalbug
Smallville - Pete Ross intenta asesinar a Lex - Temporada 1 Capitulo 15 ( Nicodemus )
Smallville - Pete Ross intenta asesinar a Lex - Temporada 1 Capitulo 15 ( Nicodemus )
Published: 2017/09/13
Channel: Nilson Alfonso Gomez Vargas
Pete Ross & The Sapphire - Mockingbird/Down To The Woods (Teaser)
Pete Ross & The Sapphire - Mockingbird/Down To The Woods (Teaser)
Published: 2013/09/02
Channel: peterossthesapphire
Emmerdale - Debbie Chooses Ross Over Pete
Emmerdale - Debbie Chooses Ross Over Pete
Published: 2015/07/16
Channel: Emmerdale
Pete Ross & Sapphire - Existing In A Bubble
Pete Ross & Sapphire - Existing In A Bubble
Published: 2015/05/06
Channel: jean-michel Baudry
Pete Ross  - "You Were On My Mind" (Six String Suicide)
Pete Ross - "You Were On My Mind" (Six String Suicide)
Published: 2010/07/20
Channel: Pete Ross
Gourd banjos with Clarke Buehling, Scott Didlake, Pete Ross, Tony Trischka and Mike Seeger
Gourd banjos with Clarke Buehling, Scott Didlake, Pete Ross, Tony Trischka and Mike Seeger
Published: 2014/10/31
Channel: Jim Carrier
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Pete Ross
Pete ross teen.jpg
Pete Ross, as a teenager. From New Adventures of Superboy #9 (September 1980).
Art by Kurt Schaffenberger
Publication information
Publisher DC Comics
First appearance Superboy #86
(January 1961)
Created by Leo Dorfman
George Papp
In-story information
Full name Peter Joseph Ross
Team affiliations Legion of Super-Heroes
Supporting character of Superboy
Superman

Peter Joseph Ross is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics, commonly in association with Superman.

Publication history[edit]

The character was created by Leo Dorfman and George Papp and first appeared in Superboy vol. 1 #86 (January 1961).

Fictional character biography[edit]

Silver Age[edit]

Pete was the childhood best friend of Clark Kent in Smallville. One night when they were camping together, Pete secretly saw Clark changing into Superboy to attend to an emergency. Pete kept his knowledge of the superhero's secret identity to himself, even avoiding revealing his discovery to Clark. Pete resolved to use this knowledge to help his friend, for example by creating a distraction to allow Clark to slip away from a dangerous situation without raising suspicion.[1]

The Legion of Super-Heroes was aware of Pete's assistance to Clark and made him an honorary member during his teenage years (as shown in Superboy (volume 1) #98). During the Legion's battle with Mordru in Adventure Comics #370 ("The Devil's Jury"), it was stated that Pete Ross's knowledge of Superboy's secret identity would one day end up saving Superman's life (explaining why the Legion allowed Pete to retain that knowledge); however, no Superman story ever followed up on this detail until the very end of this continuity.[citation needed]

As an adult, Pete became widower with a son named Jonathan, who also learned the secret of Superman's secret identity (as shown in Action Comics #457). When Pete's son was kidnapped by an alien race (DC Comics Presents #13), Pete revealed to Clark his knowledge of his friend's dual identity, imploring Superman's help. When Clark was unable to provide this help, Pete suffered a nervous breakdown and attempted to discredit his former friend. Pete resided in a mental institution until his son was eventually saved.[2]

In Alan Moore's story Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow, Pete was captured by the Toyman and the Prankster and tortured into revealing Superman's true identity before being killed and stuffed in a toychest for Superman to find.[3] Eventually, Superman discovered they were being manipulated by Mister Mxyzptlk.

Pocket Universe Pete Ross[edit]

Following the Crisis on Infinite Earths limited series, mainstream DC continuity was altered, such that Superman no longer had a teenage career as Superboy.[4] However, the Legion of Super-Heroes was dependent upon the existence of Superboy as its primary inspiration. In an attempt to resolve the paradox, a Superman/Legion story was crafted, explaining that a version of the Silver Age Superboy (and all his supporting characters, including Pete Ross) inhabited a "pocket universe" created by the Time Trapper, and that the Trapper had protected this universe from being destroyed in the Crisis. Later, the villain decided to destroy the pocket universe Earth. Superboy saved his homeworld, but at the cost of his own life.[5]

Following Superboy's disappearance from the pocket universe Earth, the Lex Luthor of that world is tricked into releasing Kryptonian criminals General Zod, Quex-Ul and Zaora from the Phantom Zone. They proceed to lay waste to the planet, eventually killing its entire population—including Pete Ross. Having been summoned from the regular universe by Luthor and Supergirl, Superman executes the genocidal killers using green kryptonite, and brings Supergirl (a protoplasmic duplicate of Lana Lang) with him back to his own Earth.[6]

Modern Age[edit]

The modern version of Pete is a far more minor character in the Superman comics, who eventually married Lana Lang, with the two having a son, Clark Peter Ross, although the relationship is occasionally strained due to Lana's knowledge of Clark's secret and Pete feeling that he was fundamentally Lana's second choice. The two are presently divorced, even after briefly reuniting following the Ruin storyline (see below). Pete was Vice-President of the United States under Lex Luthor and briefly served as President following Luthor's impeachment but quickly resigned.

In the modern comic book continuity, Pete was not initially aware of Clark's secret. However, the secret was known by the villainous Manchester Black, who informed then-President Luthor of the secret, only later to wipe his memory of it. Prior to losing the knowledge of Clark's secret, Lex informed Pete that his close friend Clark Kent is in fact Superman. While Pete initially refrained from telling Clark about his knowledge, he did eventually tell him in Adventures of Superman #641.

Recently, it appeared that Ross had become a villain named "Ruin", but it was later revealed that he had instead been kidnapped by the real Ruin, Professor Emil Hamilton. Hamilton also kidnapped Pete's wife and child. Superman defeated the insane Professor Hamilton, rescued Pete, Lana, and their child, and exonerated Pete of the charges against him.

Pete has returned to Smallville without Lana to raise their son. He was seen attending the funeral of Jonathan Kent.

Pete appears in Blackest Night: Superman #1, where he works at Smallville's general store.

Other versions[edit]

He appears in Superman: Red Son, though his name is changed to Pyotr Roslov. In this story, he is an illegitimate son of Joseph Stalin and is head of the KGB. Unlike his main series counterpart he harbours resentment and envy for Superman and his abilities. He executes the alternate versions of Thomas and Martha Wayne (in that world, anti-communist protesters), leading to Batman vowing to overthrow the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.[7] It is also implied that he organised Stalin's poisoning, which then leads to Superman's ascension to the Presidency of the USSR. Later, seeking an opportunity to get rid of the now President Superman he allies with the Batman and the United States Government, however the plan fails and he is lobotomised by Superman.

In other media[edit]

Television[edit]

  • Pete Ross was shown in a brief, non-speaking cameo in part two of the three-part opening episode of the 1990s television cartoon Superman: The Animated Series, titled "The Last Son of Krypton". He was also mentioned in the comic book based on the series when Kara Kent is being raised as the adoptive daughter of the Kents. Ma Kent emails Clark to say it is a small world to see Kara become the classmate of Susan Ross, Pete Ross' little sister.
  • Pete Ross appears in the first three seasons of the 2000s/2010s television series Smallville, and is portrayed by Sam Jones III. Along with Chloe Sullivan, he is one of Clark Kent's best friends. Pete hates the Luthors for what he sees as their theft of his family's creamed corn business, and resents Clark's relationship with Lex Luthor (and later relationship with Lex's father Lionel). Pete is the first person outside of the Kent family with whom Clark shares the secret of his powers (albeit to prevent Pete telling the general public about the discovery of his spaceship, which had been lost in a recent tornado before Pete discovered it in a field). Although Pete is usually supportive of Clark and keeps this secret, their friendship is tested when he occasionally gets into trouble and relies on Clark to resolve his difficulties. In addition, the character has something of an inferiority complex, believing he can never match up to Clark. The character was written out of the series at the end of the third season, when Pete is brutally interrogated about Clark by an FBI agent. To protect the both of them, he moves to Wichita to live with his mother, who has just accepted a federal judgeship. Pete returns in the seventh season episode "Hero", having temporarily gained Elastic Lad-like powers after chewing gum imbued with Kryptonite, and he saves Kara and aids Chloe from a manipulating Lex.[8]

Film[edit]

  • In All-Star Superman, Superman briefly mentions a good friend named Pete (presumably Pete Ross) while writing down his final journal entry.
  • Actor Jack Foley portrayed Pete Ross in the 2013 film Man of Steel as a child and Joseph Cranford portrayed him as an adult. Pete at first bullies Clark like many other children, who is first seen mocking him and cussing at him in a school bus. After the bus crashes and Clark saves the children, he becomes a friend of Clark. When Clark was bullied again by Kenny Braverman and ended up being forced to leave by Jonathan Kent, Pete helps him up. In the later future, he becomes the manager of an IHOP, and is interviewed by Lois Lane on her search for Clark Kent. Later, the IHOP is half destroyed by the Kryptonians' battle as Pete witnesses Superman fighting. It is presumed that he recognizes him as Clark.
  • An alternate universe version of Pete Ross appears in Justice League: Gods and Monsters, voiced by Larry Cedar.
  • Cranford reprised his role in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice After Superman's sacrifice during the fight against Doomsday, Pete Ross attended Superman's funeral. He was the one who told Martha in a deleted scene that the funeral was paid for by an anonymous donor.

Video games[edit]

  • Pete Ross appears in DC Universe Online, voiced by Mike Smith. He appears as a supporting character for the heroes. In the "Smallville Alert," Pete Ross is among the citizens that got turned into one of the clones of Doomsday and the players have to regress him amongst the other citizens back to normal.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Superboy (volume 1) #90, July 1961
  2. ^ DC Comics Presents #25, September 1980
  3. ^ Superman (volume 1) #423
  4. ^ The Man of Steel #1 (July 1986)
  5. ^ "The Greatest Hero of Them All", presented in Legion of Super-Heroes (vol. 3) #37, Superman (vol. 2) #8, Action Comics #591 and Legion of Super-Heroes (vol. 3) #38 (August–September 1987).
  6. ^ Superman (vol. 2) #21-22 and Adventures of Superman #444 (September–October 1988).
  7. ^ Superman: Red Son #1-2
  8. ^ kryptonsite.com

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