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"Better Living Dying Through Chemistry": When Clark Kent accidentally falls in a vat of chemicals. The story brings a brief flashback of how Negative Woman destroyed Chemo in Crisis on Infinite Earths #10 (but it does not referenc


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Action Comics #590 is an issue of the series Action Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of July, 1987.

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  • Vat of Reprocessed Chemicals
  • Responsometer
  • A Giant (Metal Men form #21)
  • Giant Dome

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  • Stealth Plane (Metal Men form #57)

Synopsis for "Better Living Dying Through Chemistry"

When Clark Kent accidentally falls in a vat of chemicals. The story brings a brief flashback of how Negative Woman destroyed Chemo in Crisis on Infinite Earths #10 (but it does not reference to the War of the Villains; rather, it suggests that Chemo simply burned down a city, Negative Woman ALONE appeared and destroyed him). With the results of the Crisis on Infinite Earths, the remains of Chemo's body appeared on the coast of Metropolis, where they were taken as an industrial accident, and collected. These substances had been inert for a few months in a vat. When Clark Kent fell into the vat, such substances reacted with the cells of his body, and copied Superman's cellular structure. A new Chemo is born, chemically duplicating Kryptonian powers.



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