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"Jimmy Olsen: "Death Bites with Fangs of Stone"": An instructor at Olsentown, Dr. Mark Olsen's school for wayward boys, tries to drive everyone away from the site so that he can claim a Spanish conquistador's treasure buried nearby. But [[James Olsen (Earth-One)|Ji


Quote1 They burst into a super-fireworks display! What a way to send a letter when you're out of stamps! Quote2
-- Supergirl



Appearing in Jimmy Olsen: "Death Bites with Fangs of Stone"

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  • Dr. Herrod (Single appearance)

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  • The Boys of Olsentown
    • Evo Denton (Single appearance)
    • Johnny Wolf (Single appearance) (Flashback and main story)
    • Stace (Single appearance) (Flashback and main story)
  • Benito Narvez (Appears only as a corpse) (Flashback and main story)
  • Juan Ponce de León (Mentioned only)

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Synopsis for Jimmy Olsen: "Death Bites with Fangs of Stone"

An instructor at Olsentown, Dr. Mark Olsen's school for wayward boys, tries to drive everyone away from the site so that he can claim a Spanish conquistador's treasure buried nearby. But Jimmy Olsen, Superman, and a youth with ESP power foil his plans.

Appearing in Supergirl: "Brainiac's Blitz!"

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Synopsis for Supergirl: "Brainiac's Blitz!"

This story is reprinted from Action Comics #339.

Superman meets up with Supergirl to ask her to protect Earth as the JLA is off-world. Linda agrees, although later she feels there's danger brewing.

At the same time, Brainiac has just built new weapons to destroy Superman with, and heads off to Earth.

On Stanhope College, Linda Danvers hears about a flying saucer circling over Metropolis and hurries to her cousin's city. She recognizes Brainiac's ship, but she soon learns she can't smash through its force-shield. Supergirl engages him anyway, and Brainiac grows frustrated with having to keep Supergirl at bay while he searches for Superman.

Finally, Brainiac decides to use on Supergirl the trap he was saving for her cousin. Brainiac's ship's rays stun Supergirl and then he traps her in a Kryptonite's cage. As his ship bathes the cage in Omicron rays that increase the radiation's power, Supergirl's cell emits Kryptonite gas.

Suddenly, Brainiac's ship alerts that Superman is coming. Not wanting to give Superman time to save Supergirl, he expands his ship's force shield and disintegrates the cage. His ship's weapons have run out of energy, though, so Brainiac decides to retreat for the time being.

Right then, Supergirl bursts through Brainiac's ship's walls. Supergirl reveals that, being smaller than Superman, she slipped between the cage bars. She intends to take Brainiac back to prison, but he teleports away. Frustrated, Supergirl hurls his ship straight into the Sun. Kara is still sorry for allowing Brainiac to get away, but Kal praises her when he returns.

Appearing in Superboy: "The Super Star of Hollywood!"

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  • Boris Xavier (Single appearance)
  • Tyrone Clover (Single appearance)
  • Brenda Glamour (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Superboy: "The Super Star of Hollywood!"

This story is reprinted from Adventure Comics #272.

When Krypto becomes the star of three quickie Hollywood movies, his ego swells to super-proportions, until Superboy brings him down a peg and he decides to go back to being Superboy's pet.

Appearing in Jimmy Olsen: "The Gift-Wrapped Doom"

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  • Elephant (Former Gravediggers, Inc. leader) (Dies)

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Synopsis for Jimmy Olsen: "The Gift-Wrapped Doom"

Hitmen from Gravediggers, Inc. kill a former employee, and Jimmy Olsen and Superman must learn where he planted evidence to be used against the mob.

Appearing in Jimmy Olsen: "The Death March!"

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  • Col. White (In a photograph only)
  • Simon Legree (Mentioned only)

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  • Daily Sentinel

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Synopsis for Jimmy Olsen: "The Death March!"

This story is reprinted from Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen #76.

To win a bet with a rival editor, Perry White concocts a fictitious ancestor of his and determines to clear his name by making Lois, Clark, and Jimmy duplicate an alleged “death march” of Civil War days.

Appearing in Lois Lane: "The Three Wives of Superman!"

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  • Lana Superman's spaceship

Synopsis for Lois Lane: "The Three Wives of Superman!"

This story is reprinted from Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane #51.

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