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Clark is a Rabbid, who, as the name suggests, wears a Super Man outfit without the snake in triangle and even has the same haircut as him. He has appeared in various games in the series. He can fly by using a special belt, which is malfunctioning at times.


Rayman Raving RabbidsEdit

Clark first appears as the tertiary antagonist of Rayman Raving Rabbids, where he is one of the main rabbids in the game. In the mini-game Bunnies can't fly, Rayman has to launch Clark with his train But Clark ends up slamming his face against the ground. He also appears in the mini-game Bunnies aren't ostriches where various Rabbids dressed as superbunnies are launched through the air and land flat on the ground, which suggests that there could be more than one Clark. And he also  makes a cameo in the minigame  Bunnies only fly downwards ,  where you can briefly see him crashing towards a bunch of rocks.He is seen in the FPS games where,if the player hits him,he gets bonus scores. He can also be seen dancing in the credits of the game.

Rayman Raving Rabbids 2Edit

In Rayman Raving Rabbids 2, Clark has a smaller role. He only appears in the FPS minigames, where you can earn extra points by shooting him with a plunger. He is also an unlockable costume for other rabbids.He is the quatenary antagonist.

Rayman Raving Rabbids TV PartyEdit

In TV party, Clark can only be seen briefly in the minigame Rabbidass, where you can see him flying up a building. He also makes another appearance in some of the FPS mini-games Cult Movies. Shooting at him will give the player 500 points bonus.

Rabbids Go HomeEdit

Clark does not actually appear. But the player can customize a rabbid to look like Clark.

Raving Rabbids: Travel in TimeEdit

Although Clark does not make a physical appereance in Travel in Time, he is mentioned in one of the trivia mini-games, where the game tells you that Clark wanted to be originally called Super-Market.

Rabbids RumbleEdit

Clark made a return in Rabbids Rumble,  he is even seen on the cover of the game.

ComicsEdit

Clark also appears in the first volume of the Rabbids comics Bwaaaaaaah. He appears in three pages, one of them in  which he is about to crash with Oceanic Flight 815 from the television series LOST.

TriviaEdit

  • He is one of the most reccuring Rabbids in the franchise
  • He is a reference to a DC Superhero known as Superman.


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