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"A Doghouse For Superman!": This story is reprinted from Superman #84.



Appearing in "A Doghouse For Superman!"

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  • Alien "Yeast-People" (Single appearance)
    • Ysl (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "A Doghouse For Superman!"

This story is reprinted from Superman #84.

Appearing in "Superboy Meets Superman!"

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  • Superboy/Clark Kent (First appearance as Clark Kent, Junior)
  • Superman (First appearance as Clark Kent, Senior) (In dream sequence only)

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  • Easy Trucking 28 (In dream sequence only)
  • Experimental Rocket Plane (In dream sequence only)

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Synopsis for "Superboy Meets Superman!"

This story is reprinted from Superboy #47.

Clark Kent goes to sleep while researching Metropolis history and dreams he travels in time to meet himself in the future as Superman.

Appearing in "The Alien Who Conquered Superman!"

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  • Krag, the "Man from Mercury" (actually an android constructed by Superman) (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Alien Who Conquered Superman!"

This story is reprinted from Action Comics #165.

Appearing in "The Bride of Futureman"

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  • Futureman (XL-49/Jack Wilton) (Single appearance)
  • Lois Lane's friends from the Daily Planet
    • Bill Stoker (Mentioned only)
    • Brad Hunter (Mentioned only)
    • Freddy Jones (Mentioned only)
    • Jimmy Olsen (Mentioned only)
    • Perry White (Mentioned only)
    • Pete Cromwell (Mentioned only)
    • Tom Weaver (Mentioned only)
  • Walter Raleigh (Mentioned only)

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  • Futureman's time machine

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Synopsis for "The Bride of Futureman"

This story is reprinted from Superman #121.

XL-49, an employee of the Library of Superman in the 30th Century, is sent back in time with super-powers which he has acquired from the science of his era in order to learn whether or not Superman and Lois Lane married. When he finds that they have not yet wed in the era in which he emerges, he takes on the secret identity of Futureman and tries to woo Lois in order to make Superman jealous and get him to propose to her. The plan doesn't quite work out, but Lois is convinced that Superman secretly loves her.

Appearing in "The Outlaws from Krypton!"

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  • The Evil Three (Flashback and main story)
    • U-Ban (Flashback and main story)
    • Kizo (Flashback and main story)
    • Mala (Also appears in disguise as Clark Kent) (Flashback and main story)
  • Trigger Malone (A gangster) (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Outlaws from Krypton!"

This story is reprinted from Action Comics #194.

Appearing in "The Boy Who Killed Superman"

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Synopsis for "The Boy Who Killed Superman"

This story is reprinted from Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen #28.

A bizarre accident transports Jimmy Olsen forward through time to the 60th Century. In this era, Jimmy is regarded as an infamous villain, and the man who actually succeeded in killing Superman. Jimmy is on the run, but the police apprehend him and send him back to the 20th Century. Jimmy finds Superman and warns him about what he has learned. Superman reveals to him however, that his predicted death at Jimmy's hands is actually part of an elaborate setup to bait some criminals into a trap.

Appearing in "Rip-Van Superman!"

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  • Drago

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  • Batman (Mentioned only)
  • Kylle
  • Rip Van Winkle (Mentioned only)
  • Yaddo

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  • Cyclotron
  • Kryptonite (Mentioned only)
  • Time-Machine (Mentioned only)
  • Vulcanite

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Synopsis for "Rip-Van Superman!"

This story is reprinted from Superman #107.

A cyclotron accident in which Kryptonite is involved puts Superman in a coma. He is placed in a tomb, and sleeps until the 30th Century. Upon awakening, he learns that “vitamins and hormones” have given all Earth people powers similar to his own. But the people of Earth are overly-dependent on robots to do their work, and fall prey to a villain named Drago. Superman rallies the people of the 30th Century to defeat Drago. As repayment, two men of that time send Superman back to his normal era with an experimental time machine. He awakens in his glass tomb only minutes after he had been placed in it.

Appearing in "Menace From Planet Z"

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  • Olav (scientist)

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  • Staff of the Daily Zorian
    • Lura Lajos

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Synopsis for "Menace From Planet Z"

This story is reprinted from Action Comics #168.

Notes

  • This issue features a bonus The Origins and Powers of the Legion of Super-Heroes! which features Phantom Girl, Triplicate Girl, Brainiac 5, Lightning Lad, Bouncing Boy, Invisible Kid, Shrinking Violet, Cosmic Boy, Chameleon Boy, Saturn Girl, Colossal Boy and Sun Boy.

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