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"The Voodoo Doom of Superman": Brainiac devises a way to use a "voodoo doll" weapon against Superman, and Lex Luthor wants in on it. They torment Superman for too long, and he deduces that they are responsible, putting


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Superman

Action Comics #413 is an issue of the series Action Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of June, 1972. It was published on April 27, 1972.

Appearing in "The Voodoo Doom of Superman"

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  • Asbestos
  • Green Kryptonite (Mentioned only)
  • Jet-Belt
  • Superman Elements
    • Footprint/Earth
    • Balloon/Air
    • Burning Coal/Fire
    • Ice Chunk/Water
    • Brain Waves/Spirit
  • Tele-Mento Ray
  • Vibro Beams
  • Voodoo Doll/Kandorian Mental Control Circuit

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  • Pickup Truck
  • Firetruck

Synopsis for "The Voodoo Doom of Superman"

Brainiac devises a way to use a "voodoo doll" weapon against Superman, and Lex Luthor wants in on it. They torment Superman for too long, and he deduces that they are responsible, putting a halt to their plan.

Appearing in "The Man Who Destroyed Eclipso"

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  • Judson Randall

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Synopsis for "The Man Who Destroyed Eclipso"

This story is reprinted from House of Secrets #65.

Mona discovers that her boyfriend, Dr. Bruce Gordon, is actually Eclipso. Bruce decides to meet an old friend, Judson Randall, and he finds him apparently imprisoned within a luminous blob. He allows Judson to try to cure him of Eclipso. Eclipso is released, but he is now under Judson's control.

Appearing in "The 7 Sins of Simon Stagg"

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  • Stagg Jet

Synopsis for "The 7 Sins of Simon Stagg"

Ulysses Bronson, an old college rival of Simon Stagg's, dupes Stagg into contributing a million dollars to Morality Mountain, where all the statues of the Seven Deadly Sins bear Stagg's face. He holds Stagg at gunpoint, and has Metamorpho, Java, and Sapphire in an acid-filled deathtrap.

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