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"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.

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

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  • Petty criminals

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  • Mrs. Kent (Unnamed)

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  • Flame creature
  • Metal Eater

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  • Earth-borer tank

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

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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.

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