"The Bald Boy of Steel!": After Clark Kent is dosed with hair tonic, Superboy is coincidentally made bald by a Red Kryptonite exposure. When Lana Lang first learns that Clark is bald, Superboy has to conceal his baldness
Superboy #125 is an issue of the series Superboy (Volume 1) with a cover date of December, 1965.
- 1 Synopsis for "The Bald Boy of Steel!"
- 2 Appearing in "The Bald Boy of Steel!"
- 3 Synopsis for "Krypto's Super-Movie Stunts"
- 4 Appearing in "Krypto's Super-Movie Stunts"
- 5 Synopsis for "The Sacrifice of Kid Psycho!"
- 6 Appearing in "The Sacrifice of Kid Psycho!"
- 7 Notes
- 8 Trivia
- 9 See Also
- 10 Links and References
Synopsis for "The Bald Boy of Steel!"
After Clark Kent is dosed with hair tonic, Superboy is coincidentally made bald by a Red Kryptonite exposure. When Lana Lang first learns that Clark is bald, Superboy has to conceal his baldness from the world; despite the numerous times that he loses his wig while on patrol.
Appearing in "The Bald Boy of Steel!"
- Colonel Hobart
- Professor Lang (Mentioned only)
- Angora Cats
- Invisible Space Probe
- Red Kryptonite
- Superboy Robots
- Wonder Hair Tonic
- Zoo Animals
- Billy Goats
- 1927-31 Ford Model A
- U.S. Army Airplane
Synopsis for "Krypto's Super-Movie Stunts"
When Superboy mistakenly thinks Krypto has misbehaved, he sets in motion a chain of occurrences that ends up with Krypto becoming a stunt dog in Hollywood and teaching a well-deserved lesson to a bullying dog movie star.
Appearing in "Krypto's Super-Movie Stunts"
- Dan Diamond
- Movie Crew
- Earth's Orbit
- Main Street
- Magno Studios
- Krypto's Cape and Collar
- Space Capsule
Synopsis for "The Sacrifice of Kid Psycho!"
One day a strange turban-wearing boy appears in Smallville, and happens into Pa Kent's store when Clark Kent is working. Superboy becomes intrigued by the strangely garbed boy, when he asks for directions to Superboy's home. Curious to find out why this young boy is looking for Superboy, Clark changes into his alter ego, and is surprised when he finds the strange lad is able to create protective screens to protect himself and other from various threats.
Finally meeting the boy, he reveals himself as Kid Psycho, a being from the 30th Century who developed his powers at birth due to the fact his parents were exposed to biogenic radiations while fighting a space monster. As the last survivor of his home world, Kid Psycho would later try to join the Legion of Super-Heroes and have his membership rejected.
Piquing Superboy's curiosity as to why his fellow Legionnaires would deny a super-powered being with such useful super-powers, he agrees to travel to the 30th Century to find out why. Confronting the Legion, they learn that after examination the Legion rejected Kid Psycho's application because every time he uses his powers it reduces his life expectancy by a year. However, Kid Psycho still wishes to contribute to the Legion, and after some deliberation, Superboy convinces the Legion to accept Kid Psycho as a reserve member. Accepting the role and to act as a "secret weapon" should the Legion need him, Kid Psycho thanks Superboy before he returns to the 20th Century.
Appearing in "The Sacrifice of Kid Psycho!"
- Kid Psycho (First appearance) (Flashback and main story)
- Bank Robbers
- Legion of Super-Heroes
- Kid Psycho's Parents (Flashback only)
- Smallville (20th Century)
- Kent General Store
- Smallville Zoo
- Metropolis (30th Century)
- Time Barrier
- Getaway Armored Car
- Nitroglycerin Delivery Truck
- Rocket Ship
- The Sacrifice of Kid Psycho is reprinted in Legion of Super-Heroes Archives Vol. 4.
- Superboy experiences baldness due to Red Kryptonite exposure. This story takes place before Lex Luthor loses his hair and declares emnity on Superboy. Superboy must go to another planet to regrow his hair, as he states that his hair does not grow in Earth's atmosphere.