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"Superman: Star-Kill!": A reformed Brainiac enlists Superman's help to try to destroy a doomsday device he created in his nefarious days, which is headed for Earth.

Quote1.png It feels so odd working alongside him after all our battles together. But Brainiac is only a computer... One who was sadly programmed to be destructive... Which I was able to reprogram for good. I wish it were that easy with all men of evil. I wish there were some switch I could pull that would turn Luthor's genius from a tool of destruction-- Into one which could provide hope! If all evil could be eradicated that simply, mankind could enter into a new golden age... And crime-fighters like myself could happily retire, knowing our super-skills were no longer needed! Quote2.png
Superman

Action Comics #528 is an issue of the series Action Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of February, 1982.

Synopsis for "Superman: Star-Kill!"

A reformed Brainiac enlists Superman's help to try to destroy a doomsday device he created in his nefarious days, which is headed for Earth.

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  • Galaxy Communications Employees (Unnamed)
  • Doonesbury (Mentioned only)
  • Waxman Chain (hinted at buying the Daily Planet) (Mentioned only)
  • Brainiac Robo-Duplicates (Hologram) (Cameo) (Flashback only)
  • Altairians (Hologram) (Cameo) (Flashback only)
  • Alien Race (Unnamed) (In a vision) (Cameo)
  • Olionians (Cameo) (Only appearance; dies)
  • Rao (Mentioned only)

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  • Satellite (Hologram) (Cameo) (Destroyed) (Flashback only)
  • Planet-Eater (First appearance & origin)
    • Fusion Light Beam (Unnamed)

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  • Brainiac's Spacecraft


Synopsis for "Aquaman: Land-Masters of the Sea!"

Aquaman finds himself teleported to the world of Vortuma, where he communicates with another hexapus and learns about their society. While on a tour of their city, Aquaman witnesses the Land-Masters, human tyrants who terrorize the sea-dwelling hexapi, make an attack on the hexapus governor. He fights off the Land-Masters, but the governor insists he hide, since the tyrants will demand his death for the deed. Aquaman decides to help the hexapi gain their freedom from the Land-Masters, but is abruptly confronted by an entire Land-Master army.

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