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"The Jealous Clark Kent!": After seeing a performance where an angry ventriloquist throws a Red Kryptonite rock at a Superboy dummy, Clark Kent becomes schizophrenic and builds a Superboy dummy of his own. Soon after, he begins to have arguments with it and tries to do


Quote1 Groan! He's so involved in that weird jealous feud with his super-puppet, he doesn't even realize we're watching him! Quote2
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Superboy #122 is an issue of the series Superboy (Volume 1) with a cover date of July, 1965.

Appearing in "The Jealous Clark Kent!"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

  • The Great Venturi

Other Characters:

  • Actor's Club
  • Ryan's Circus

Locations:

  • Smallville
    • Orpheum Theatre
    • Ryan's Colossal Circus
    • Smallville River
    • Post Office

Items:

Vehicles:

  • Passenger Train

Synopsis for "The Jealous Clark Kent!"

After seeing a performance where an angry ventriloquist throws a Red Kryptonite rock at a Superboy dummy, Clark Kent becomes schizophrenic and builds a Superboy dummy of his own. Soon after, he begins to have arguments with it and tries to do super-deeds, even with his "split personality."

Appearing in "Clark Kent's Butler!"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

  • Carnival Barker
  • Fox Fuller (Single appearance)
  • Limehouse Logan (Single appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Journalists

Locations:

Items:

Synopsis for "Clark Kent's Butler!"

Gang leader Fox Fuller believes he has figured out Superboy's secret identity. To prove who Superboy really is, he rigs a charity raffle and has the Kents win the services of an English butler, who is, in reality, his crony Limehouse Logan. As the butler, he attempts to gather proof of Clark Kent's double identity.

Appearing in "The Fugitive Krypto"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

  • Astawrk (Single appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Lana Lang (Cameo)
  • Humanoid alien dogs (Single appearance)
  • Nonhumanoid alien dogs (Single appearance)
    • Bonzor (A superpowered Krypto impostor)

Locations:

Items:

  • Sea-Tigro
  • Superboy Statue
  • Superfood Bone

Vehicles:

  • Police Sky Patroller

Synopsis for "The Fugitive Krypto"

Krypto goes to the dog star Sirius and discovers a planet where dog-people rule and venerate him. But he is also taken for an impostor and jailed, as per the plot of the evil dog-man Astawrk.

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Trivia

  • In "Clark Kent's Butler!"; Superboy states that he had already given away his last piece of Amnesium. He had mistakenly given it to his father Jor-El in the previous issue, Superboy #121. Superman would find more, as he soon sends Lex Luthor's wife Ardora some Amnesium in Action Comics #335.



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