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"Superman and the Golden Age Superman: "Crisis on Three Earths!"": Tiring of losing to the Supermen of their respective Earths, Alexei Luthor of Earth-Two and Lex Luthor of Earth-One decide to switch Earths and Supermen and then

Quote1.png You don't know how often I asked myself those very questions. I wasted so much time before I came up with the answer. Yes, there are millions out there, many more millions than I could ever hope to help. So I became obsessed with helping everyone. Oh, I did so happily, but something inside me was missing. Our name is Superman. That's super and man. And I was allowing myself to be controlled only by the super. I finally decided after all too long that I deserved some happiness. The man in me had a right to live. Well, once I made that decision something happened. I found a renewed vigor within me. I had Lois. I had happiness, and there I was with this renewed commitment to helping others, too. Because of the love Lois and I shared, I became an even better Superman than before. Quote2.png
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DC Comics Presents Annual #1 is an issue of the series DC Comics Presents Annual (Volume 1) with a cover date of September, 1982.

Synopsis for Superman and the Golden Age Superman: "Crisis on Three Earths!"

Tiring of losing to the Supermen of their respective Earths, Alexei Luthor of Earth-Two and Lex Luthor of Earth-One decide to switch Earths and Supermen and then relocate to Earth-Three as their new crime base and use the evil Earth-Three "Superman" known as Ultraman as their enforcer. Little do they know that Earth-Three has its own superhero-in-waiting to defeat them all. And that hero is Luthor!

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Multiversal Crossover
The events from this issue or series involve a Multiversal Crossover between Pre-Crisis worlds and characters. This template will categorize articles that include it into the Pre-Crisis Multiverse Crossover category.
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Kal-L is drawn with his traditional 6-sided 45-degree-tilted S Shield here, same as in the Mr. and Mrs Superman and early Earth-Two specific stories rather than the George Perez's version of the 5 sided S Shield


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