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"This is My World, And You're Welcome to It!": The Earth has been transformed into a world in which Vandal Savage rules and Superman is his servant, but Lois Lane and Jimmy Olsen convince the Man of Steel to turn on his master.


Quote1 I can see again, but Olsen's escaped me-- for the fifth time! That red-headed creep's got too much luck! Luck I'll have to cut short the next time our paths cross! Quote2
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Action Comics #515 is an issue of the series Action Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of January, 1981.

Appearing in "This is My World, And You're Welcome to It!"

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Other Characters:

  • Citizens of Metropolis (Unnamed)
  • Rebels:
    • Five Members (Unnamed) (Only appearance; dies)
    • Twenty Nine Members (Unnamed) (Single appearance)
  • Blood Tribe (Unnamed) (Cameo) (Flashback only)
  • Monguls (Cameo) (Flashback only)
  • Coal Mine Slaves (Unnamed) (Cameo)
  • Poverty Stricken People (Cameo)

Locations:

  • Space
    • Krypton (Flashback only) (Destroyed)
    • Earth
      • Metropolis
        • Vandal Savage's Castle
          • Superman's Room
          • Professor Luthor's Laboratory
          • Jail Cell
        • Sector Seven
        • Rebel Underground Hideout
      • Coal Mine (north of Metropolis)
      • Homeless Encampment (Unnamed) (unknown location)
      • Smallville (Mentioned only)
      • 50,000 Years Ago
        • (Unnamed) (unknown location)
      • 28,000 Years Ago
      • 26th Century BC
      • 13th Century
        • Asia (Unnamed) (unknown location) (Flashback only)

Items:

  • Vandal Savage's Wand
  • Mind Controlled Energy Field
  • Three Robotic Rebels (Destroyed)
  • Neutron Submission Rays
  • Electric Stingers
  • Savage Planet Newspaper (Mentioned only)
  • Free Planet Newspaper (underground newspaper) (Mentioned only)
  • Fireball (Flashback only)
  • Radio Transmitter (hidden in Superman's belt buckle)
  • Disintegration Gun

Vehicles:

  • 2 Saucer-like Tanks (Destroyed)
  • 30 Giant Attacking Dreadnaughts (Destroyed)
    • Red Solar Rays
  • Kryptonian Rocket (Flashback only)

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Synopsis for "This is My World, And You're Welcome to It!"

The Earth has been transformed into a world in which Vandal Savage rules and Superman is his servant, but Lois Lane and Jimmy Olsen convince the Man of Steel to turn on his master.

Appearing in "Sorry--Wrong Powers!"

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  • Two Kidnappers:
    • Eddie
    • Man (Unnamed)

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Synopsis for "Sorry--Wrong Powers!"

The Atom must track down the kidnappers of Professor Hyatt, despite the fact that meddling by a cosmic being has given him the powers of the Atom of Earth-Two.

Notes

  • "Sorry--Wrong Powers!" and "Whatever Happened to the Golden Age Atom?" in DC Comics Presents #30 happen at the exact same time. "Sorry--Wrong Powers!" is the Earth-One part of the story, and "Whatever Happened to the Golden Age Atom?" shows the Earth-Two part.

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