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"Superman: "Superman's Funeral"": Superman looks back on the events of his life as his funeral bier draws near to the neutronic-star Flammbron. Jor-El and Lara; Jonathan and [[Martha C


Quote1 Us help him die faster by scattering Red and White Kryptonite near him! It make him happy! Quote2
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Action Comics #365 is an issue of the series Action Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of July, 1968.

Appearing in Superman: "Superman's Funeral"

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  • Brainiac's Flying Saucer (Flashback only)
  • Funeral Capsule Rocket
  • Kryptonian Rocket (Flashback only)

Synopsis for Superman: "Superman's Funeral"

Superman looks back on the events of his life as his funeral bier draws near to the neutronic-star Flammbron. Jor-El and Lara; Jonathan and Martha; Perry and Jimmy; and his loves and his losses; but especially Lois.

The trajectory of his funeral rocket takes Superman through the atmosphere of Lexor, where he sees the people in open revolt, and smashing the statue and the works of Lex Luthor; finally disgusted with his callous nature which they had overlooked for so long. Only Ardora continues to stand by Lex. When Superman's rocket passes the cubic Bizarro World, the inhabitants fling Red and White Kryptonite at him in "mourning."

Just before the space-casket comes within range of the star, Superman gets a glimpse of a clear capsule carried by Supergirl, which contains Lois Lane, Lana Lang, and Lori Lemaris, who give him a final tearful goodbye. Then they turn back, and his coffin is engulfed by Flammbron's fiery corona.

Appearing in Supergirl: "Case of the Campus Crimes"

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Synopsis for Supergirl: "Case of the Campus Crimes"

Leon Jackson, a Superman fan and Stanhope student, steals a gold Superman statuette from a college exhibit to use as a hood ornament on one ride before he returns it. Supergirl captures him, but he is allowed clemency by the court. Later, acts of vandalism and theft occur on campus, and the evidence points to Leon. Finally, Supergirl deduces that the acts were committed by herself, under the influence of Red Kryptonite. To make amends, she gives Leon the Superman statuette as a gift.

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Superboy Vol 4 69
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