"House Party!": At the hangout of the Run Riot Gang, Brother Yellow is grilled for running from the fight that landed Blue and Red in jail. Fed up of their ripping him and their admiration for Superboy, Yellow shoots the rest of the gang and torches the place.
Superboy (Volume 4) #95 is an issue of the series Superboy (Volume 4) with a cover date of February, 2002. It was published on December 19, 2001.
Appearing in "House Party!"
Synopsis for "House Party!"
At the hangout of the Run Riot Gang, Brother Yellow is grilled for running from the fight that landed Blue and Red in jail. Fed up of their ripping him and their admiration for Superboy, Yellow shoots the rest of the gang and torches the place.
Superboy has his hands full: as Super of Calvin Gardens Apartments, he has to deal with taking out the trash and dealing with a trio of young kids who are pestering him about his adventures. The landlord, Lee Lee Hack, grills the Kid of Steel to work harder. Salvation comes when a pair of girls, Goldie and Bliss, ask him to go out dancing with them that night.
A few blocks away, Trixie and her boyfriend, Wipeout, are plotting with their gang to rob a nightclub. Trixie is starting to secretly have doubts about everything. That night, at the Mainframe Cafe, Superboy and his ladies show up in style. Kon bumps into Trixie at the club and her boyfriend gets real jealous real fast. Wipeout starts a fight that gets ugly. The gang members are all metahumans who toss Superboy around and start a fire. They also try to rob the place. Superboy recovers and takes them all on. Wipeout's attitude angers Trixie, who isn't cooperating with the rest. The team takes down Kon and then decide to bring down the roof. The whole place begins to collapse. Goldie and Bliss manage to revive Superboy who rips up a part of the dance floor to use as a shelter for the patrons. Everyone is saved as the place comes tumbling down.
There is no sign of Wipeout or his gang (or Trixie), but Superboy is more concerned with his ladies anyway. The following morning, Brother Yellow drops by Calvin Gardens and rents an apartment below Superboy's.
- The cover to this issue was part of DC's "Full Coverage."
- No trivia.
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