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"The Day They Sold Superman's Fortress": Oilman T. J. Pearson has leased 500 miles of Arctic land from the U.S. government to prospect for oil... and Superman's Fortress of Solitude is on that land. To Superman's chagrin, Pearson finds the locked Fortress door, but has no idea what it is.



Appearing in "The Day They Sold Superman's Fortress"

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  • T. J. Pearson (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Day They Sold Superman's Fortress"

Oilman T. J. Pearson has leased 500 miles of Arctic land from the U.S. government to prospect for oil... and Superman's Fortress of Solitude is on that land. To Superman's chagrin, Pearson finds the locked Fortress door, but has no idea what it is. Superman consults with Supergirl, who is in favor of helping him airlift the Fortress elsewhere. But Superman is sworn to obey the law, and a legal expert informs him that he is technically a squatter and Pearson indeed owns the Fortress and everything in it, though he doesn't know what it is. After Superman secretly causes Pearson's oil-drilling operations to fail, the oilman abandons the project. Superman builds a new Fortress door, gives it to Pearson as a gift, and convinces him it was built by an alien from space as a symbol of hope...which, technically, it was.

Appearing in "Eclipso, the Genius Who Fought Himself"

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  • Mophir (Only appearance; dies) (Flashback only)

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Synopsis for "Eclipso, the Genius Who Fought Himself"

This story is reprinted from House of Secrets #61.

Appearing in "The Girl Who Worshiped Clark Kent"

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  • Lorna Martin (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Girl Who Worshiped Clark Kent"

Superman goes back to Metropolis University for a class reunion. Where he discovers that the beautiful Lorna Martin and he had secret crushes on each other. And, that she knows he is Superman and that she is an alien from another dimension.

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  • This book was first published on February 29, 1972.
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