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"Superboy: "The 33rd Christmas"": Superboy gets the rest of Smallville to help him help out Nick Brown, who has played Santa Claus for 32 years straight but may miss the 33rd due to his wife’s hospitalization.


Quote1 Good thing I saw that arrow coming! Too bad for my lads, but they were bunglers anyhow! Quote2
Bull's-Eye



Appearing in Superboy: "The 33rd Christmas"

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  • Nicholas Brown (Single appearance)

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  • Ellen Brown (Single appearance)
  • Joe (Single appearance)
  • Tony (Single appearance)
  • Pete (Single appearance)
  • Alec (Single appearance)
  • George (Single appearance)
  • Mr. Rudge (Single appearance)
  • Mr. Wales (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Superboy: "The 33rd Christmas"

Superboy gets the rest of Smallville to help him help out Nick Brown, who has played Santa Claus for 32 years straight but may miss the 33rd due to his wife’s hospitalization.

Appearing in Aquaman: "Fathoms in Film"

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  • Unnamed Actor (Single appearance)

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  • Movie Director (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Aquaman: "Fathoms in Film"

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Appearing in The Shining Knight: "Rogues in the Redwood"

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  • Professor Moresby (Single appearance)

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  • J.B. (Single appearance)
  • Smiley (Single appearance)

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  • Silas (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for The Shining Knight: "Rogues in the Redwood"

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Appearing in Johnny Quick: "The Proof of Perpetual Motion"

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  • Chick (Single appearance)
  • Unnamed Thug (Single appearance)

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  • Professor Coates (Only appearance; dies)

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Synopsis for Johnny Quick: "The Proof of Perpetual Motion"

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Appearing in Green Arrow: "Crime Spins the Compass"

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Synopsis for Green Arrow: "Crime Spins the Compass"

Bull's-Eye makes his third (out of ten) appearance against Green Arrow, (after which we lose track of him until May 1947).
The killer clown known as the Bull's-Eye steals a variety of "arrows," from compasses and weathervanes and neon diplays and traffic signposts and private collections, gimmicks them up with hidden explosives and/or pyrotechnics, and allows them to be recovered and returned. This sets up a series of distractions and boobytraps that figure in his next spate of crimes. Green Arrow and Speedy pursue and capture his gang, and recover the new loot, but Bull's-Eye escapes.

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