"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 when Morgan Edge's Galaxy Communications took control of the building.