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"The Mutiny of the Damned!": After he sees a prisoner electrocuted on the charged wire about a prison, Superboy takes a tour of the place and notes its substandard conditions. The inmates gain weapons, take guards as hostages, and issue a list of demands. In order to gain the guards' release,



Appearing in "The Mutiny of the Damned!"

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Synopsis for "The Mutiny of the Damned!"

After he sees a prisoner electrocuted on the charged wire about a prison, Superboy takes a tour of the place and notes its substandard conditions. The inmates gain weapons, take guards as hostages, and issue a list of demands. In order to gain the guards' release, Superboy offers himself as a hostage in their place--and gives Shane, the cons' leader, a Kryptonite spearhead to use against him to prove he isn't bluffing.

Appearing in "The Marauders from Thunderbolt Island"

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Synopsis for "The Marauders from Thunderbolt Island"

This story is reprinted from House of Mystery #157.

The Thunderbolt organization uses a floating island fortress to steal the cosmic computer, a device capable of opening any lock. Robby Reed learns about the theft and dedudes the crooks' first crime. As the Human Bullet he interrupts a bank robbery. Robby captures two gang members. Mr. Thunder gets away, but Robby finds a clue to the next crime. Robby studies the clue and learns that Mr. Thunder plans an armored car robbery next. Robby dials again and becomes an energy creature called Super-Charge. At the robbery scene, Super-Charge destroys the cosmic computer, but Thunderbolt captures him.

Super-Charge is held prisoner in a Thunderbolt cell, but he dials O-R-E-H to become Robby again. Robby is able to escape and learn about Mr. Thunder's plot to torpedo the business district from his island fortress. Robby becomes Radar-Sonar Man and stops the torpedo attack. Then Mr. Thunder and his gang are finally captured by authorities.

Appearing in "Superboy's Strangest Secret"

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Synopsis for "Superboy's Strangest Secret"

Jonathan and Martha Kent are certain that Superboy is planning to surprise them with a gift for his Earthday. Instead, they learn that he has created statuettes of Jor-El and Lara, and is weeping in their memory. When the celebration begins, the Kents do not reveal that they saw him crying.

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