"Secret of Camp Storm King": On Smallville High's field day, Clark Kent must do poorly in sport, to avoid drawing suspicion about his secret identity. His Uncle Burt Kent intervenes, and insists on sending Clark to Camp Storm King to toughen him
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- 1 Synopsis for "Secret of Camp Storm King"
- 2 Appearing in "Secret of Camp Storm King"
- 3 Synopsis for "Krypto's Superdog Pal"
- 4 Appearing in "Krypto's Superdog Pal"
- 5 Synopsis for "Superboy and the 5 Legion Traitors!"
- 6 Appearing in "Superboy and the 5 Legion Traitors!"
- 7 Notes
- 8 See Also
- 9 Recommended Reading
- 10 Links and References
Synopsis for "Secret of Camp Storm King"
On Smallville High's field day, Clark Kent must do poorly in sport, to avoid drawing suspicion about his secret identity. His Uncle Burt Kent intervenes, and insists on sending Clark to Camp Storm King to toughen him up. He can't refuse without drawing even more suspicion, so sets his Superboy Robots to patrol Smallville and attends the camp, where "Mr Ventor" torments him with physical tasks in order to try and make him quit.
Superboy soon realizes that something is amiss, and exposes his secret identity to complete the toils that Ventor has laid out for him. The councillors and campers flee to Storm Mountain, where Superboy, Jonathan and Martha pursue them. Superboy melts their disguises, revealing them as Sklans.
The Sklans had come to Earth to conquor it, planning on using the Geo-Synchron to spin the earth faster and faster until mankind was ejected from the surface. The plan is now ready, but Superboy melts the controls, and sends the Sklans fleeing. He had recognized them in their human disguises because Sklans have one defining feature - two right hands.
Appearing in "Secret of Camp Storm King"
- "Mr Ventor"
- Uncle Burt Kent
- Smallville, Kansas
- Storm Mountain
- Camp Storm King
- Abandoned Copper Mine
- Copper Ore
- Eiffel Tower (Destroyed) (In a vision)
- Empire State Building (Destroyed) (In a vision)
- Geo-Synchron (Destroyed)
- Golden Gate Bridge (Destroyed) (In a vision)
- Roman Colosseum (Destroyed) (In a vision)
- Great Sphinx of Giza (Destroyed) (In a vision)
- Statue of Liberty (Destroyed) (In a vision)
- Superboy Robots
- Kent Delivery Truck
- Sklan Rocket
Synopsis for "Krypto's Superdog Pal"
Krypto has discovered a dog named Spot in the Phantom Zone and gets Superboy to release him to be Krypto's playmate. To learn why a dog would be sent to the Phantom Zone, Superboy observes light-rays from the past and learns that Jor-El built a robot dog to take Krypto's place for his grieving baby son, Kal-El, after he accidentally sent Krypto into space. Later, two criminals tried to send Jor-El into the Phantom Zone, but only sent Spot there. Spot does get a chance to romp with Krypto for awhile, but sacrifices his existence by smashing into a Green Kryptonite meteor to save his friend.
Appearing in "Krypto's Superdog Pal"
- Superboy (Flashback and main story)
- Kryptonians (Flashback only)
- Criminals (Flashback only)
- Science Police (Flashback only)
- Mon-El (Mentioned only)
- Green Kryptonite
- Superboy's Super-Gadgets
- Kryptonian Prison Capsule (Flashback only)
- Kryptonian Rocket (Flashback only)
Synopsis for "Superboy and the 5 Legion Traitors!"
After witnessing a star go nova, Superboy finds himself caught in a strange vortex, but survives the experience. Returning home, and returning to his identity of Clark Kent, Superboy along with the people of "Smallvile" prepare for the arrival of the Legion of Super-Traitors, who are scheduled for a visit to the 20th Century.
When the arriving Legion members attend Clark's class, Clark realizes that he's on a parallel world (which he realizes when he finds that Smallville in this reality is spelled "Smallvile" and that there is another Superboy on an adventure.) Just when the Ultra-Boy of this reality is about to reveal Superboy's identity to the class, Clark is able to get a message out to his alternate reality counterpart in time for him to capture these rogue Legion members and return them to their own time.
With his double's identity protected, Superboy returns to his own Earth, reflecting over what differences there are between parallel worlds.
Appearing in "Superboy and the 5 Legion Traitors!"
- Superboy (of Earth-Forty-Three)
- Legion of Super-Traitors
- Brainiac 5
- Ultra Boy
- Element Lad
- Invisible Kid
- Chameleon Boy
- Chief Parker
- Lana Lang
- Legion of Super-Heroes (Flashback only)
- Science Police
- Smallvile High School
- Smallvile Research Laboratories
- Distant Galaxy
- Distant Galaxy
- Anti-Gravity Paralysis Disc
- Mentazo Ring
- Superboy and the 5 Legion Traitors! was reprinted in The Best of DC #64 and Legion of Super-Heroes Archives Vol. 3.
- Superboy Recommended Reading
- Adventure Comics (Volume 1)
- Superboy (Volume 1)
- Superboy (Volume 2)
- Superboy (Volume 4)
- Superboy (Volume 5)
- Superboy (Volume 6)
- Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes (Volume 1)
- Superboy and the Ravers (Volume 1)
- Young Justice (Volume 1)
- Young Justice (Volume 3)
- Teen Titans (Volume 3)
- Teen Titans (Volume 4)