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"Superboy: "The Wizard City"": When Professor Mark Olsen of the Smallville Natural History Museum is lost in Africa, Superboy investigates, finds him and a race of lost knights, and discovers a lost city of Krypton which has landed on [[Earth-One


Quote1 Daddy! Superboy brought you back for my birthday party -- Just like he promised! Quote2
Young Jimmy Olsen

Adventure Comics #216 is an issue of the series Adventure Comics (Volume 1) with a cover date of September, 1955. It was published on July 26, 1955.

Appearing in Superboy: "The Wizard City"

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  • Vedders (First appearance)

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Synopsis for Superboy: "The Wizard City"

When Professor Mark Olsen of the Smallville Natural History Museum is lost in Africa, Superboy investigates, finds him and a race of lost knights, and discovers a lost city of Krypton which has landed on Earth--whose Green Kryptonite land is deadly to him, and whose weapons an evil man wishes to exploit.

Superboy has Professor Olsen disguise himself as SuperMan, since Olsen can safely approach the Green Kryptonite, while Superboy secretly neutralizes the terrible Kryptonian weapons that the crook turns on Olsen. Defeated, Wizard City and its weapons are buried, and Superboy brings the knights and Professor Olsen back to America, where he meets his wife and his young son Jimmy for the first time.

Appearing in Aquaman: "The Invasion of the Sea-Men"

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  • The Sea-Men (Single appearance)

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  • Ocean Life
    • Electric Eels
    • "King" Goldfish
    • Lobster
    • Octopus
    • Walrus
    • Whale

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  • Ocean
    • Ocean Bottom
  • 4th Dimension (Mentioned only)

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  • Four-Dimensional Cannon
  • Rainbow Weapon
  • Weapon XZ11

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  • Flying Saucer

Synopsis for Aquaman: "The Invasion of the Sea-Men"

Alien Sea-Men land on Earth and search for the King of the Seas so they can best him in battle. Aquaman uses his telepathic powers to stage a ruse that fools them, and they believe that an impervious Goldfish is the king.

Appearing in Green Arrow: "The World's Most Dangerous Game"

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  • Joey Conroy (Single appearance)
  • Willie Sloan (Single appearance)
  • Bart Lucas (Single appearance)

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  • Trick Arrows
    • Boomerang Arrow
    • Boxing Glove Arrow
    • Lariat Shaft
    • Net Arrow
    • Smoke Bomb Arrow

Synopsis for Green Arrow: "The World's Most Dangerous Game"

The crook Joey Conroy has his hoods steal a page from a rare book, and they outwit Green Arrow and Speedy and concoct a plan to trap the archers.

They lead Green Arrow and Speedy to the Crow Indian Reservation, where bows have been banned and the heroes are captured, and made to run the Archery Gauntlet - without their trick arrows. Using their wits, they run the gauntlet, earn the respect of the Crow Tribe, and take the crooks away.

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