Clark is maturing and finding out that you can't always do what you want, that people(s) (feelings) can get hurt if you choose to ignore the consequences of your actions. Though things look bleak now, I'm sure in the end he'll get his girl. I also really hope the foreshadowing bit with Diana saying that she doesn't want to be a helpless princess, will come into play later. She is a very mature person, so it makes sense that she isn't interested in any of the boys. She still thinks of them as 'stupid boys' and hasn't been able to make 'that connection' with any of them yet. Clark has already shown that he is fine with her saving him, and even wrote a story about her being a 'wondergirl'. If he showed her that he genuinely liked her for who she is, I'm sure she would see him in a new light, a rose tinted light.Though I'm sure this would cause quite a bit of drama, I just don't see Karen coming out of the situation any other way, or with her heart in one piece. I mean even the mysterious dream person Daniel was on her best friends side. She really doesn't have a lot going on.
It is so cool to see how your comic has progressed. After 106+ panel sets, your character designs have become very solid in their configuration, your story is still going strong; the whole thing has a very professional feel to it. Well Done, Mr.Stewart
Yale, you killing me here. Goodness, you captured the essence of the character here, putting others before self at the expense of his own wants. Love love that cute drawing of her and calling her wondergirl...
Once again you have shown why I am a fan of Clark and Superman (both your interpretation and the one from the comics) - he is a man who is willing to put others before himself and even his own health, wants and desires.