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"Superman: "Master of the Moon Rocks!"": Terra-Man starts an anti-moon rock cult in order to get moon rocks to fuel an anti-Superman weapon.

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Action Comics #426 is an issue of the series Action Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of August, 1973.

Synopsis for Superman: "Master of the Moon Rocks!"

Terra-Man starts an anti-moon rock cult in order to get moon rocks to fuel an anti-Superman weapon.

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  • Metropolis

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Synopsis for Green Arrow: "The Wrong Side of the Tracks!"

Oliver Queen's suspicions are aroused when two truckers ask directions for an address from him, while driving a truck from a firm that has been defunct for two years. Traveling to the address as Green Arrow, he discovers the truth: that Osborne Foundation president Chatsworth Osborne, Jr. is being electronically bugged by his vice-president, Gregory Gates, who was demoted from general finance manager by Osborne. Green Arrow captures Gates and his gang, and then goes over Osborne's books with him, making sure that the youth will be able to do the charitable work he wishes to. As a payment, Green Arrow asks that Dinah Lance's flower shop get orders for every orphanage and old age home in Star City, and she gets them.

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  • Gregory Gates (Single appearance)

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  • Chatsworth Osbourne Jr. (Single appearance)

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  • Star City

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Synopsis for Human Target: "The Short-Walk-to-Disaster Contract!, Clause 2"


Appearing in Human Target: "The Short-Walk-to-Disaster Contract!, Clause 2"

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  • Martin

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  • Antonio

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  • "The Short-Walk-to-Disaster Contract!, Clause 2" is reprinted in The DC Universe by Len Wein.
    • This story is continued from the previous issue.



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