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"Superman: Fantastic Deadly Voyage!": As Superman fights desperately to destroy a doomsday device, the Planet-Eater, he learns that Brainiac has been reprogrammed to be more evil than ever.

Quote1.png Perhaps that will be Brainiac's legacy. For a brief moment he tried to save a universe from his own evil-- And from his deeds a new world was given life. In all, that's not terribly bad... Not bad at all! Quote2.png
Superman

Action Comics #530 is an issue of the series Action Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of April, 1982.

Synopsis for "Superman: Fantastic Deadly Voyage!"

As Superman fights desperately to destroy a doomsday device, the Planet-Eater, he learns that Brainiac has been reprogrammed to be more evil than ever.

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  • Rao (Mentioned only)
  • God (Mentioned only)

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  • Brainiac's Spacecraft


Synopsis for "Aquaman & Atom: Home...Home on the Waves!"

Aquaman and one of the Hexapi try to find a means of "energizing" Aquaman so that he may return to Earth on the transport beam. The hexapus tells Aquaman about the vibrus, an underwater animal that gives off high-levels of vibration energy when attacked. Aquaman locates a vibrus, fakes an attack on it, and is hit by the animal's vibration-blast, which energizes him enough to catch the transport beam and go back to Earth. He is recovered after splashdown by The Atom and Jean Palmer, who have been waiting for his return.

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  • Yacht



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