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"Superman: Treasure Hunt on a Small Planet!": Two aliens come to Earth with the intent of learning mechanical science to make up for their waning telekinetic abilities, and Superman learns that one of them has evil motives.


Quote1 Now fully understand whose is the power and the glory beneath the waves! Destroy him-- my faithful subjects! Quote2
-- Poseidon Imposter



Appearing in "Superman: Treasure Hunt on a Small Planet!"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

  • Karmault (Flashback and main story) (Single appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Mike Murphy (Single appearance)
  • Joe DiMaggio (Mentioned only)
  • Alien Race (Unnamed)
    • Farlung (Flashback and main story) (Single appearance)
    • Two Aliens (Unnamed) (Flashback only) (Single appearance)
    • King (Unnamed) (Flashback only) (Single appearance)
  • Energy Department
    • Dave (Single appearance)
    • Man (Unnamed) (Single appearance)
  • Professor Hodgkins (nuclear physics expert) (Single appearance)

Locations:

  • 1941 (Mentioned only)
  • 1957 (Mentioned only)
  • Space
    • Glittering Nebula (Flashback only)
    • Planet (Unnamed) (Flashback only)
    • Earth
      • Metropolis
      • Carruther's Gap (a three hour drive or a 20 minute flight from Metropolis)
        • Carruther's Gap Dam (Hydroelectric Dam) (stolen)
        • Temporary Dam (built by Superman)
      • Textile Factory (unknown location) (stolen) (Mentioned only)
      • Automobile Production Line (unknown location) (stolen) (Mentioned only)
      • California
      • University (Unnamed) (unknown location)

Items:

  • Daily Planet Newspaper
  • Solar Rectenna
  • Solar Satellite
  • Superman's Cape (used to protect the two Energy Department workers)
  • Magnetic Shock-Disks (Destroyed)
  • Do-it-Yourself Handyman Books (Mentioned only)
  • Encylopedia Britannica (Mentioned only)

Vehicles:

  • Karmault's Spacecraft
  • Farlung's Spacecraft

Synopsis for "Superman: Treasure Hunt on a Small Planet!"

Two aliens come to Earth with the intent of learning mechanical science to make up for their waning telekinetic abilities, and Superman learns that one of them has evil motives.

Appearing in "Aquaman: Beyond the Poseidon Adventure"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

Other Characters:

Locations:

Items:

  • Mera's Molecular Vibration Belt (developed by Vulko)
  • Neutro-Eneraic Cage (Mentioned only)
  • Trident of Poseidon (Destroyed)
  • Atlantean Dimension Spanner (In ruins)

Vehicles:



Synopsis for "Aquaman: Beyond the Poseidon Adventure"

Ocean Master survives the fall, but Amphitrite, who now commands him, sends Poseidon in his place to fight Aquaman, who now suspects that Ocean Master's mother (his father's second wife) may still be alive. The villain defeats Aquaman and his friends in battle, but suddenly regains his memory and holds back from killing him, and proclaims that Aquaman is his son.

Notes

  • This book was first published on January 22, 1981.
  • A Tubar is the alien race's way of saying prince.
  • A Tellurian is the name the alien race calls an earthman and objects of Earth.

Trivia

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