In this preview of Superboy, the Clone of Steel battles Deathstroke's daughter!

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When we last checked in with Superboy, he was schooling the Teen Titans at the behest of a shadowy science cabal called N.O.W.H.E.R.E. Since then, he's had a bit of a volte-face and is now demanding answers from his mysterious handlers.

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Unfortunately for Superboy, his inquiries have also put him on a crash course with the mercenary Rose "Ravager" Wilson, who just happens to be the daughter of Deathstroke the Terminator. Courtesy of DC Comics, here's an exclusive sneak peek at their brawl from next week's issue of Superboy.

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This issue will hit stores next Wednesday, March 14. Here's the plot synopsis:

SUPERBOY #7
Written by: Scott Lobdell, Tom Defalco
Pencilled by: RB Silva, Ivbn Coello Soria
Inked by: Robeiro Leandro da Silva, Ivbn Coello Soria
Cover Color by: Barbara Ciardo
Lettered by: DC Lettering

Superboy's come back to N.O.W.H.E.R.E. with vengeance on his mind – but Rose Wilson is waiting for him. Right from the start, she was the one meant to bring him down when he went out of control – and this fight is going to be out of control! What can one woman with swords do against the most powerful teenager in the world? You – and Superboy – will be very surprised indeed!

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Illustration for article titled In this preview of emSuperboy/em, the Clone of Steel battles Deathstrokes daughter!
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Wait, didn't they kill* Superboy?

*Yes, I know "dead" is only a temporary status in comic-land, but didn't they kill him off because they were about to use the rights to Superman and needed to bring back Original Superboy?