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- 1 Synopsis for Superman: "Clark Kent's Career"
- 2 Appearing in Superman: "Clark Kent's Career"
- 3 Synopsis for Tommy Tomorrow: "The Poison Planet"
- 4 Appearing in Tommy Tomorrow: "The Poison Planet"
- 5 Synopsis for Congo Bill: "Dead Man's Gold"
- 6 Appearing in Congo Bill: "Dead Man's Gold"
- 7 Synopsis for Vigilante: "The Quest for Two Dead Men"
- 8 Appearing in Vigilante: "The Quest for Two Dead Men"
- 9 Notes
- 10 Trivia
- 11 See Also
- 12 Links and References
Synopsis for Superman: "Clark Kent's Career"
Appearing in Superman: "Clark Kent's Career"
- syndicated racketeers
Synopsis for Tommy Tomorrow: "The Poison Planet"
Because of dangerous plant life on the planetoid Arkar, the Planeteers are sent to fit it out with rocket tubes and fly it out of the Solar System. The population is to be evacuated to Jupiter. There is stalling and protesting from the population, and one ambitious attempt is made to eradicate the dangerous plant life, but it fails, and soon the giant rockets are installed, and the Akaris are embarked onto spaceships. But the project's commander, Col. Tomorrow, arranges to have himself "forced" to fly the rocketing planetoid close to the Sun, which has the effect of killing all of the dangerous plant life but leaving the planetoid otherwise habitable. Tomorrow then resumes command and restores Akar to its former orbit, and returns all of the evacuees to its surface, assuring the Akarians that the Government will soon change its ruling about launching their homeworld out of the Solar System.
Appearing in Tommy Tomorrow: "The Poison Planet"
- Science Council
- Giant herbicidal robots (Destroyed)
- Doctor Lon Norden, Arkari scientist
- Tomorrow's Space Ace
- Evacuation Spaceships
- Planetoid Arkar, temporarily
Synopsis for Congo Bill: "Dead Man's Gold"
Appearing in Congo Bill: "Dead Man's Gold"
- World Wide Insurance Company
- Bill's boss
- Sir Abel Trent, hereditary policyholder
- Captain Cave, corrupt commander
- his crew
- Sir Desmond Trent, 1687 merchant sailor (Flashback only)
- U.S.C.G. cutter crew
- Caribbean Sea
- Great Britain
- Trent's Old English Town House
- Fleet Street Tavern
- The Golden Hawk (sunk in 1687)
- unnamed salvage ship
- USCG Cutter
Synopsis for Vigilante: "The Quest for Two Dead Men"
Vigilante painstakingly rediscovers the site of a gold mine, and captures a slippery crook in the process. The mine is turned over to the local hospital-building committee, formerly headed by the slippery crook.
Appearing in Vigilante: "The Quest for Two Dead Men"
- Slick Adams, Committee Chairman
- Jim Poland, 1870 prospector (Flashback only)
- Zeb Lee, 1870 prospector (Flashback only)
- Charity Committee
- Scholars and Historians
- Dolores Mariposa
- Senor Mariposa
- Homing Pigeon
- Navajo Rug Treasure Map
- Vigilante's motorcycle
- Congo Bill can construct an underwater metal detector out of a metal pipe, a cable, and some electrical wire. He also can work submerged in a deep-sea diving suit.
- Superman: This story shows how Clark Kent moved to Metropolis, and got hired by Perry White, at the Daily Planet. This plotline crosses over to the current month's issue of Adventure Comics #152.
- Tommy Tomorrow: Crisis on Infinite Earths: The Compendium lists this issue as an appearance of Earth-54.
- Vigilante's sidekick Stuff, the Chinatown Kid is absent from this issue.
- Also appearing in this issue of Action Comics were:
- "Up, Up, and Away!" (full page ad for the current issues of World's Finest #45 and Superman #64)
- Jerry the Jitterbug by Henry Boltinoff
- Jasper by Lit-Win
- "Editorial Advisory Board" (promotional text)
- "Any Gum, Chum?" (text article), illustrated by Raymond Perry
- Shorty by Henry Boltinoff
- Leave It To Binky: "Home, Sweet Home!" (Public Service Announcement) by Jack Schiff, Sheldon Mayer, and Ira Schnapp
- Little Pete by Henry Boltinoff
- Teen Adventures (biographies of teenagers Pierre St. Amand, Barbara Bittner, Jack Roush, and Mary Chase) by Stookie Allen