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"It's nice to have your work recognized after so many years being the good little boy in the shadows." - Randy Klein, Prey

Randy Klein is a metahuman with the ability to transform into a shadow-like form.

Powers and Abilities

  • Transformation: Randy can transform into a shadow-like form, in which he possess several powers.
    • Intangibility: While in shadow form, Randy can move his body through people and objects like a spectre. However, he must use this consciously; when Clark threw a tire at him, it hit him and knocked him over.
    • Night Vision: While in shadow form, Randy has enhanced vision to hunt his victims in the dark.
    • Flight: While in shadow form, Randy can glide through the air at various angles.
    • Super speed: While in shadow form, Randy can move much quicker than humanly possible, able to appear and disappear in a blink of an eye. However, he is still much slower than Kryptonians, as when Clark entered super speed, he was frozen.
    • Super strength: While in shadow form, Randy is much stronger than ordinary humans, able to casually overpower and wound them. However, his strength is still far inferior to that of Kryptonians, as Clark was able to effortlessly overpower him.

Season Eight

Randy in the Isis group

Randy was a member of a group of kryptonite infected metahumans who attended Chloe Sullivan's group therapy session at the Isis Foundation. When citizens of Metropolis were being stalked by a mysterious serial killer, including one of the group members, Mary Pierson, Randy pretended to be the killer so as to acquire the attention he always wanted.

Randy's shadow form

He later attacked Davis and Jimmy Olsen, before escaping at the sight of Clark Kent. Jimmy and Clark searched for the shadow creature. Clark used his x-ray vision to see through Randy's invisibility and then knocked Randy out by throwing a large tire at him with incredible force and speed.

Eva Greer makes Randy an offer.

After Randy was knocked out, Jimmy shot his photo. Randy was taken into custody, but Tess' assistant asked him to join Tess' team of "superheroes" that was started a few weeks before, with Bette Sans Souci. Later, it was revealed that Davis Bloome was the serial killer.

Notes

  • Although he was asked to join Tess' team at the end of Prey, Randy did not appear in Injustice, making it unclear whether he accepted her offer or not. In the episode Eva Greer pulls up the profiles for eight members of the team, with three being unidentifiable.

Appearances

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