"Superman: "Neutron Nightmare!"": Nat Tryon, one of Lex Luthor's hirelings, is changed by a radiation bombardment into Neutron, a nuclear-powered villain, and seeks revenge on Superman for not delivering him from his predicament.
Synopsis for Superman: "Neutron Nightmare!"
Appearing in Superman: "Neutron Nightmare!"
- Superman (also disguised as Tim Moore)
- TNT Trio (Single appearance)
- Ted Grand (Only appearance; dies)
- Neutron (First appearance & origin)
- Tim Moore (Single appearance)
- Underground Boring Machine Operators
- The Mole (First appearance)
- The Mole's Gang Member (Unnamed) (Single appearance)
- S.T.A.R. Labs Scientists (Unnamed) (from 1980)
- Lex Luthor (from 1980)
- Mayor (Harkness???) (Unnamed) (Mentioned only)
- Governor (Unnamed) (Mentioned only)
- Ronald Reagan (Mentioned only)
- Metropolis Prison Guards (Unnamed) (Single appearance)
- Warden (Unnamed) (Single appearance)
- Priest (Unnamed) (Cameo) (Single appearance)
- Man (Unnamed) (Cameo) (Single appearance)
- Neutron Displacer
- Daily Planet Globe
- Bible (Mentioned only)
- The Mole's Underground Boring Machine (First appearance)
Synopsis for Air Wave: "Air Wave Goes Blank!"
At a science fiction art exhibit, Air Wave encounters a costumed thief called the Cosmic Corsair and gains a case of amnesia.
Appearing in Air Wave: "Air Wave Goes Blank!"
- Cosmic Corsair (Single appearance)
- Convention Guests (Unnamed) (Single appearance)
- Paul Wesso (Mentioned only)
- Green Lantern (Hal Jordan) (Mentioned only)
- 1932 (Mentioned only)
- Mercury (Mentioned only)
- Convention Center (Unnamed)
- Petersons' Residence
- Jordans' Residence
- Gilmore's Residence
- Paul Wesso Cover Painting (Destroyed)
- Saturn (model)
- Cosmic Corsair Costume (Karen's)
- Green Lantern Costume (Harold's)
- Guest penciler Joe Staton.
- As noted in the letters page to Action Comics #530, Julius Schwartz, Mort Weisinger and "Mr. Science Fiction" Forrest J. Ackerman (Who coined the nickname "Sci-Fi") were all connected with the magazine.
- For the upcoming 150th anniversary of the Daily Planet, Lois Lane spearheaded a campaign to have the iconic Daily Planet Globe restored on top of the Galaxy Communications Building. The globe was removed shortly after Morgan Edge's Galaxy Communications took control of the building, in Action Comics #398.