Bio: Whit is one of the more mysterious members of the Daily Planet staff. His job functions are largely undefined, yet he was almost always seen milling about in the background of the editorial offices. Accentuating his mysterious nature is the fact that Whit almost never spoke. The only time he ever addressed one of his co-workers was to express his regret when Clark Kent quit the Daily Planet to become the managing editor of Newstime Magazine.
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Notes: In some issues, Whit has been mis-colored, making him look African American, when he is in fact caucasian.
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