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"Superboy, King of the Wolf-Pack!": When executioners from the warlike world of Subaat come looking for refugees under Superboy's protection, he transforms his charges into wolves, pretends to have become a "wolf-lad" due to Indian magic, and keeps up the masquerade until


Quote1 The minute I begin covering up for someone who does wrong, just because he's an old friend, I have no right to be a super-crusader for justice! If Parker deserves exposure, I'll expose him. Quote2
Superboy (Earth-116)

Superboy #116 is an issue of the series Superboy (Volume 1) with a cover date of October, 1964.

Appearing in "Superboy, King of the Wolf-Pack!"

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  • Hunters
  • Subaatian Executioners

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Locations:

  • Earth
    • Kepakapawanee Wildlife Reserve
    • Smallville
      • Council Chambres
      • Kent Farm
      • Smallville Lake
      • Watertower
  • Planet Subaat
  • Planet Zygon

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  • Delivery Truck
  • Space Bubble
  • Executioner's Ship
  • Subaatian Rocket Ship

Synopsis for "Superboy, King of the Wolf-Pack!"

When executioners from the warlike world of Subaat come looking for refugees under Superboy's protection, he transforms his charges into wolves, pretends to have become a "wolf-lad" due to Indian magic, and keeps up the masquerade until the executioners have left.

Appearing in "The False Superboy of Smallville!"

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  • Hector Hooper

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  • Hector's Father (Unnamed)

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  • 1930's Convertible
  • Firetruck

Synopsis for "The False Superboy of Smallville!"

Hector Hooper of Smallville High School pretends to be Superboy to impress a beauty named Valerie. But, when his imposture is found out, the real Superboy lends a hand to save Hector from peer condemnation.

Appearing in "The Ordeal of Chief Parker!"

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Synopsis for "The Ordeal of Chief Parker!"

When Superboy drives Chief Parker to the point of resigning by harassing him, another Superboy and Krypto appear to battle the first Superboy.

The harassing Superboy suddenly realizes that he is from a parallel universe, hurled into the Earth-One universe by the vibrations of a nuclear missile's blast and induced by Red Kryptonite to ruin the career of a friend...actually, a dimensional duplicate of the Chief Parker of his world. Krypto, seeing that the parallel-Earth Superboy had a yellow S-shield with a red background, knew it was not his master and summoned the Earth-One Superboy. The other-Earth Superboy returns to his normal dimension.

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Trivia

  • Chief Parker signs his resignation note, Paul Parker.



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