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"Superboy's Farewell to Smallville": This story is reprinted from Adventure Comics #217.



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  • Duke Mason (First appearance)

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Synopsis for "Superboy's Farewell to Smallville"

This story is reprinted from Adventure Comics #217.

While a condemned murderer on death row seeks to decipher a message revealing Superboy's Secret Identity, Superboy himself meets what appears to be his original parents, Jor-El and Lara, and leaves Earth with them.

Appearing in "The Two Worlds of Superboy"

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Synopsis for "The Two Worlds of Superboy"

This story is reprinted from Adventure Comics #218.

After Superboy leaves Earth, Duke Mason realizes that he cannot get revenge on the Boy of Steel by having his foster parents killed, and dies in the electric chair without revealing Superboy's secret identity. Superboy returns, having perpetrated a ruse to keep Mason from killing the Kents.

Appearing in "The Super-Hungry Super-Heroes"

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Synopsis for "The Super-Hungry Super-Heroes"

This story is reprinted from Superboy #91.

When Superboy and Krypto are bathed in the flames of a space-dragon who eats Green and Red Kryptonite meteors, both of them become uncontrollably hungry and eat objects of a certain color, no matter what they are. Superboy eats anything green, Krypto eats anything red. The two return to outer space, where they dine on a green and a red moon respectively, until their hunger is sated.

Appearing in "The Enemy Superboy"

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Synopsis for "The Enemy Superboy"

This story is reprinted from Superboy #96.

A Kryptonite ray of Lex Luthor's has an unexpected affect when it is altered by a photographer's flash into a beam that transfers Superboy's powers to Pete Ross, who is standing beside him at the time. Using his new powers, Pete Ross takes a time trip three days into the future and sees a headline on the Daily Planet building in Metropolis indicating that Lex Luthor will destroy Superboy in that time. Thus, Pete takes a Superboy costume from one of Clark's robots, acts arrogantly towards his former friend, and takes on the identity of Superboy so that he will suffer whatever fate is in store for the Boy of Steel. Unfortunately, Pete had failed to stay long enough in the future to learn that Lex Luthor would merely destroy a Superboy statue, which the villain does, with another ray-blast. The blast transfers Pete's powers back to Superboy, and Superboy melts Luthor's ray-gun with heat vision.

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  • This book was first published on March 6, 1969.
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