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"Superman: I Have Two Eyes, But I Cannot See!": A mind-altering ray from Brainiac's device has rendered Superman unable to perceive any of the disasters threatening Earth, so Jimmy Olsen becomes his "seeing-eye" part

Quote1.png Thank the cosmic gods! The city is safe, its people alive! Ironic! Once before I saved a city from a planet's destruction. I stole fair Kandor unknowing that Krypton was soon to explode. But this city I purposely saved... And it feels good! It but begins to make up for all my former days of evil. But now I must return to work... The machine must be stopped, and to stop it-- I must find Superman! Quote2.png
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Action Comics #529 is an issue of the series Action Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of March, 1982. It was published on December 24, 1981.

Synopsis for "Superman: I Have Two Eyes, But I Cannot See!"

A mind-altering ray from Brainiac's device has rendered Superman unable to perceive any of the disasters threatening Earth, so Jimmy Olsen becomes his "seeing-eye" partner.

Appearing in "Superman: I Have Two Eyes, But I Cannot See!"

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Other Characters:

  • Two Daily Planet Employees (Unnamed) (Final appearance)
  • Waxman Chain (hinted at buying the Daily Planet) (Mentioned only)
  • Construction Workers
    • Johnny (Single appearance)
    • Man (Unnamed) (Single appearance)
  • Boat Crew (Unnamed) (Single appearance)
  • Cosmic gods (Mentioned only)
  • Rocketeers (criminal gang captured by Superman) (Mentioned only)
  • Major Disaster (Mentioned only)
  • Citizens of Metropolis (Unnamed)
  • George Lucas (Mentioned only)
  • Rao (Mentioned only)

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Synopsis for "Aquaman: Death if by Land... Death if by Sea!"

Aquaman fights off the Land-Masters of Vortuma and helps the hexapi get to safety, but is knocked unconscious by the tyrants. He awakens in a desert, confronted by Land-Masters. When he tears the tunic of one of the Land-Masters, Aquaman finds himself inundated by life-giving water. He trails the Land-Masters and discovers they are really hexapi in humanoid suits, after which he leads an assault on them by the good hexapi and defeats them. However, Aquaman fears that the transport beam which brought him to Vortuma may wear off and leave him stranded on that world for life.

Appearing in "Aquaman: Death if by Land... Death if by Sea!"

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  • Hexapuses (Unnamed)
    • Professor Hexapus (Unnamed)

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  • Telepathic Communicator
  • Phosphorus-Algae covered Stones

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Notes

  • The Metropolis Tower was suppose to be the tallest building in the world. It was to have enough steel to build two Empire State Buildings.



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