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"Superman: "Superman, I'm Going To Re-Run Your Life!"": Superman has to defeat the Purple Pile-Driver twice. Meanwhile, two incidents parallel the origins of the Flash and Batman. He


Quote1 First a young boy goes through a repeat performance of the traumatic event that spawned the Batman then a teenager undergoes a reenactment of the freak phenomenon that created The Flash. Is there a reason behind these two happenings? Quote2
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Action Comics #464 is an issue of the series Action Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of October, 1976. It was published on July 26, 1976.

Appearing in Superman: "Superman, I'm Going To Re-Run Your Life!"

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  • Police Car

Synopsis for Superman: "Superman, I'm Going To Re-Run Your Life!"

Superman has to defeat the Purple Pile-Driver twice. Meanwhile, two incidents parallel the origins of the Flash and Batman. He meets two people who purport to be Flash and Batman but are much younger than the two heroes. A voice cries out, "You are next!"

Appearing in Clark Kent: "See Metropolis With Clark Kent"

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  • Drunk Driver

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  • Superman Lighthouse

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  • 1975 Dodge Charger SE
  • Firetruck
  • Helicopter
  • Metro Island Ferry

Synopsis for Clark Kent: "See Metropolis With Clark Kent"

Morgan Edge asks Clark Kent to take an Australian broadcasting magnate on a tour of Metropolis, looking for Superman. Clark disappears to stop a drunk driver, save a bridge jumper, and rescue a helicopter from destruction. The magnate gets his money's worth.

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