"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 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.
- — Superboy (Earth-116)
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 "Superboy, King of the Wolf-Pack!"
- Subaatian Executioners
- Chief Parker
- Rin Tin Tin (Mentioned only)
- Smallville City Council
- Strongheart (Mentioned only)
- Subaatians/ Wolf Pack
- Planet Subaat
- Planet Zygon
- Body-Transformation Ray Tube
- Green Kryptonite
- Red Kryptonite (Mentioned only)
- Space Monitor
- Wolf-Head Totem Pole
- Delivery Truck
- Space Bubble
- Executioner's Ship
- Subaatian Rocket Ship
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 False Superboy of Smallville!"
- Hector Hooper
- Hector's Father (Unnamed)
- Smallville Fire Department
- Smallville High School
- Miss Dalay
- Geiger Counter
- 1930's Convertible
Synopsis for "The Ordeal of Chief Parker!"
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.
Appearing in "The Ordeal of Chief Parker!"
- Crime Syndicate
- "Big Gus" Diller
- "Phil the Faker" (Mentioned only)
- Superboy (Earth-116)
- Chief Parker (Earth-116) (Mentioned only)
- Federal Bureau of Investigation
- Jonathan Kent
- The Judge
- Hyper-Atomic Warhead (Earth-116)
- Red Kryptonite (Earth-116)
- 1920's Pierce-Arrow Model 80 Police Car
- Superboy's Costume
- The parallel Superboy in "The Ordeal of Chief Parker!" was revealed to be from Earth-116 in the Crisis on Infinite Earths: The Compendium
- Chief Parker signs his resignation note, Paul Parker.