"Superman: "Clark Kent's Masquerade As Superman!"": A gag headline story in the Daily Planet claiming that Clark Kent is really Superman causes the Man of Steel some real problems when people at large fail to realize it was meant as a gag.
- Taking off these glasses will help! Hmm. There is a resemblance! That's why I've often suspected Clark might be Superman.
Appearing in Superman: "Clark Kent's Masquerade As Superman!"
- Iron Mike
- Perry White
- Press Foreman
- Sergeant Brogan
- Clark Kent's Car
Synopsis for Superman: "Clark Kent's Masquerade As Superman!"
Appearing in Supergirl: "Operation Satan"
- Multiple Man
- Brainiac (Mentioned only)
- Doctor Supernatural (Apparent Death)
- Dynar (Only appearance; dies)
- Lesla-Lar (Mentioned only)
- Lex Luthor (Mentioned only)
- Raptor (Only appearance; dies)
- Voltan (Only appearance; dies)
- Comet the Super-Horse (Flashback only)
- Circe (Cameo)
- Legion of Super-Heroes (Mentioned only)
- Merlin (Mentioned only)
- Superman (Mentioned only)
- Another Universe
- Purple Planet
- Prison Canyon
- Purple Planet
- Time Magnet
- Cosmic Craft (Destroyed)
- Drang's Armada
Synopsis for Supergirl: "Operation Satan"
Dr. Supernatural intends to actuate "Operation Satan", recreating the most terrible crimes of history with him as the criminal. The best efforts of Supergirl and the super-heroes seem to go awry, until she tricks Drang into summoning three terrible villains from the past. When Drang absorbs their evil energy, he overloads and explodes, killing the villains as well. Supergirl finds his cache of spacecraft and uses them to send the super-heroes back to their own worlds, while she returns to Earth. Shortly afterward, she sees a wraith-like concentration of evil energy near the Fortress of Solitude, and wonders if it will eventually accumulate into another Dr. Supernatural.
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In "Operation Satan", Circe notes that any sorcerer who interferes with another magician, gets seven years bad luck.