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"Superman: "The Super-Human Bomb!"": Grax, a new enemy of Superman's, binds a K-Meson bomb to his body and seals him into a massive Force Field that surrounds the Earth. The detonation will destroy all matter within, but leave Superman to grieve hi


Quote1 Listen to me! An enemy has turned me into a living Super-Bomb! I know of no way to prevent it from destroying Earth... but rioting won't help! Return to your homes and remain calm! Quote2
Superman

Action Comics #342 is an issue of the series Action Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of October, 1966.

Appearing in Superman: "The Super-Human Bomb!"

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Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

  • Grax (First appearance)

Other Characters:

Locations:

Items:

  • Force Field
  • Giant Super-Magnet
  • H-Bomb
  • K-Meson Bomb
  • Grax's Robots (Flashback only)
  • Mushroom Cloud
  • Space Transfer Beam

Vehicles:

  • Brainiac's Space Saucer
  • Grax's Spacecraft
  • Missiles
  • Space Capsule
  • Space Lifeboat

Synopsis for Superman: "The Super-Human Bomb!"

Grax, a new enemy of Superman's, binds a K-Meson bomb to his body and seals him into a massive Force Field that surrounds the Earth. The detonation will destroy all matter within, but leave Superman to grieve his adopted home; and only Brainiac can help the Man of Steel save the planet.

Appearing in Supergirl: "The Day Supergirl Became an Amazon!"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Millie Cole
  • Sue Johnston

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Other Characters:

  • Dean of Stanhope College

Locations:

Items:

  • 6 Hour hourglass
  • Man-O-War Birds
  • Nector of Strength
  • Pyramid
  • Slave Girl Outfits
  • Supergirl's Costume

Vehicles:

  • Air-Cushioned Hovercraft
  • Chariot

Synopsis for Supergirl: "The Day Supergirl Became an Amazon!"

While on a boat trip to collect marine specimens for Stanhope College's biology department, Linda Danvers and two female classmates get blown off-course and end up on a distant island populated by Amazon women who have great strength, due to drinking the Nectar of Strength. The women are ruled by the tyrannical Queen Jarta, who orders Linda and her friends to work as slaves until the three-days' dose of the nectar can make them Amazons. Linda uses her super-strength to do their tasks so well, and deliberately discomfits Queen Jarta in the process, that the Queen gladly sends them all back to civilization.

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