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"Time and Time Again!": Superman learns that the world's history has been distorted by “time bombs” planted through history by Vandal Savage. But Lex Luthor, in getting the Man of Steel to defuse the bombs, hopes to make himself master of the alternate Earth.


Quote1 When I learned Savage's plan, I made an alteration in his final time-bomb! When it explodes... When it changes the course of history forever-- --not only will it destroy Savage, Olsen, and Superman-- --but Luthor shall become emperor of the earth! HA! HA! HA! HA! Quote2
Professor Luthor



Appearing in "Time and Time Again!"

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Locations:

Items:

  • Disintegration Gun
  • Signal-Alarm
  • Video-Disk
  • Neutron Submission Rays
  • Time-Bombs
  • Fireball (Flashback and main story)
  • Vandal Savage's Wand (On a TV or computer screen) (Flashback only)
  • Time-Travel Device

Vehicles:

  • Landing Craft, Vehicle Personnel (LCVP) (a.k.a. Higgens Boat) (Destroyed)
  • Nina (Unnamed)
  • Pinta (Unnamed)
  • Santa Maria (Unnamed)

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Synopsis for "Time and Time Again!"

Superman learns that the world's history has been distorted by “time bombs” planted through history by Vandal Savage. But Lex Luthor, in getting the Man of Steel to defuse the bombs, hopes to make himself master of the alternate Earth.

Appearing in "The Clueless Capers of Chronos!"

Featured Characters:

  • The Atom
    • (also disguised as Lt. Madonna)

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

  • Chronos
    • (also disguised as the Atom)

Other Characters:


Locations:

  • Ivy Town
    • Ivy Town Museum
    • Chronos' Hideout
    • Ivy Town Police Headquarters
    • Palmers' Residence

Items:

  • Time-Freezer Weapon
  • Ivy Town Museum's Coin Collection
  • Blender
    • Syrup
  • Bio-Belt

Vehicles:



Synopsis for "The Clueless Capers of Chronos!"

Chronos returns to trap the Atom in a blender full of pancake syrup.

Notes

  • This book was first published on December 25, 1980.
  • A list of the rare U.S. coins stolen by Chronos consisted of:
    • 1902 Co---.
    • 1889 Silver Dollar valued at $650.
    • 1909 V.D.B. Lincoln Penny valued at $1500.
    • 1921 Walking Liberty Half Dollar valued at $100.
    • 19-- Indian Head Nickel valued at $175.
  • Coins not stolen by Chronos were:
    • Swedish Krona
    • Norwegian Kronen
    • Danish Kronen
    • French Centimes
    • Spanish Centimos
  • Chronos' hideout phone number was 555-8504.

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