"The Superboy Who Never Was!": Superboy goes back to the Old West of the 19th Century, assumes a new secret identity, runs across outlaw Jess Manning, his son Toby (the future Terra-Man), an alien currency-thief, and decides to return to his home era.

Superboy (Volume 2) #23 is an issue of the series Superboy (Volume 2) with a cover date of November, 1981. It was published on August 20, 1981.

Appearing in "The Superboy Who Never Was!"

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Synopsis for "The Superboy Who Never Was!"

Superboy goes back to the Old West of the 19th Century, assumes a new secret identity, runs across outlaw Jess Manning, his son Toby (the future Terra-Man), an alien currency-thief, and decides to return to his home era.

Appearing in "Day of the Secret Signal"

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Synopsis for "Day of the Secret Signal"

After the president of the United States has to call Smallville's Chief Parker to get Superboy to take care of an emergency, the Boy of Steel creates the emergency signal lamp that will glow in a blinking manner whenever Chief Parker or the president presses a button on a special device.

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  • The second story shows a potential continuity problem: Superboy meets with President of the United States, who resembles John F. Kennedy. However, adult Superman also met Kennedy in Superman #170.

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