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| Synopsis1 = The Time-Trapper covertly induces Superman to use a defective time-bubble to journey to the year 101,970 A.D. and places a time-barrier behind him, preventing him from returning to his proper era. Superman ages because of a defect in the time-bubble, but is still powerful enough to defeat an energy menace in that era. He goes further into the future, in which three super-heroes of that time immunize him to Kryptonite, magic, Virus X, or a red sun.
   
 
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Revision as of 17:25, May 30, 2009

"The Immortal Superman!": The Time-Trapper covertly induces Superman to use a defective time-bubble to journey to the year 101,970 A.D. and places a time-barrier behind him, preventing him from returning to his proper era. Superman ages because of a defect in the time-bubble, but is still power

Action Comics #385 is an issue of the series Action Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of February, 1970.

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Synopsis for "The Immortal Superman!"

The Time-Trapper covertly induces Superman to use a defective time-bubble to journey to the year 101,970 A.D. and places a time-barrier behind him, preventing him from returning to his proper era. Superman ages because of a defect in the time-bubble, but is still powerful enough to defeat an energy menace in that era. He goes further into the future, in which three super-heroes of that time immunize him to Kryptonite, magic, Virus X, or a red sun.

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