"Superman: "The Punishment of Superman's Son"": In an imaginary story, Superman judges that Superman Jr. is abusing his powers, after a sucession of fails: the teen burned a unique alien flower while flying at high speeds instead protect it with his cape; he was foole

Action Comics #391 is an issue of the series Action Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of August, 1970.

Synopsis for Superman: "The Punishment of Superman's Son"

In an imaginary story, Superman judges that Superman Jr. is abusing his powers, after a sucession of fails: the teen burned a unique alien flower while flying at high speeds instead protect it with his cape; he was fooled by criminals using a tank covered with fake kryptonite; he damaged the Fortress of Solitude when thinking that a Superboy robot built by his father would replace him. As punishment, Superman removes all of his son's powers with a dose of Gold Kryptonite, which is permanent.

Appearing in Superman: "The Punishment of Superman's Son"

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Antagonists:

  • Petty criminals

Other Characters:

  • Mrs. Kent (Unnamed)

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Animals:

  • Flame creature
  • Metal Eater

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Vehicles:

  • Earth-borer tank


Synopsis for Legion of Super-Heroes: "The Ordeal of Element Lad!"

The Legionnaires' Espionage Squad continue their secret war against the dictator Peralla, with Element Lad forced to strain his powers to the utmost.

Appearing in Legion of Super-Heroes: "The Ordeal of Element Lad!"

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Antagonists:

  • President Peralla
  • Diol Masrin
  • Nym Belev

Other Characters:

  • Wanpar
  • Marli Zhorg
  • Yroa

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