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"The Sins of Change": Clark Kent transforms into his energy form as Superman in hopes of repairing the damage done by Metallo only to discover the injuries transfer over to his other form. Lois is able to help him get control of the energy he's bleeding and heal himse



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Synopsis for "The Sins of Change"

Clark Kent transforms into his energy form as Superman in hopes of repairing the damage done by Metallo only to discover the injuries transfer over to his other form. Lois is able to help him get control of the energy he's bleeding and heal himself but he determines he needs to talk to someone with more familiarity with his new issues and contacts The Ray.

Elsewhere in the city Metallo goes in search of what he's going to create to announce and celebrate his supposed success in killing Superman. He spots the pier perched theme park of Oceanside and decides to assimilate the attractions and terrorize the patrons to start his violent celebratory rampage.

Far from Metropolis safely secured in the Fortress of Solitude within the small bottled city named after Kandor of Krypton a rebellion is brewing with the revelation that the cruel powerful being known as Tolos is no longer strictly policing the imprisoned inhabitants.



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  • This book was first published on March 26, 1997.
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