"Superman: Up in the Sky, Part 5 – The Thousand Deaths of Lois Lane": Superman worries about Lois dying in horrendous ways while waiting for his call to connect. He first dreams of her getting shot in the head by Luthor after she refuses to beg for mercy. Then he dreams of her plane crashing whi

Superman Giant #7 is an issue of the series Superman Giant (Volume 1) with a cover date of March, 2019. It was published on January 19, 2019.

Appearing in "Superman: Up in the Sky, Part 5 – The Thousand Deaths of Lois Lane"

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Synopsis for "Superman: Up in the Sky, Part 5 – The Thousand Deaths of Lois Lane"

Superman worries about Lois dying in horrendous ways while waiting for his call to connect. He first dreams of her getting shot in the head by Luthor after she refuses to beg for mercy. Then he dreams of her plane crashing while Jimmy using his signal watch to call him. Superman comes up to the window and tells the operator about his call already having been placed according to a previous operator, but not being responded to. The current operator however keeps asking him his name and he responds it's Superman.

Clark then dreams of Joker killing Lois while she calls out to him to save her. He starts getting angry and states he'll throw the planet into a black hole if he doesn't hear about his call being connected. He then again dreams of Lois being killed, this time by a rigged toy from Toyman. As Superman wonders why Lois isn't answering, the Dominator besides him reassures that maybe his call might not have connected due to such a large distance, telling him how his wife didn't receive his message for three years. This only worries Clark more.

After dreaming various ways in which Lois is killed. Clark however hears his name and after a lot of back and forth with the operator, finally is able to talk with Lois. As he is told about his booth, Clark again daydreams, this time Lois falling out of a helicopter. Lois apologizes for not picking up his call earlier, stating Perry had made her work on an article before the deadline and hopes he isn't worried about her safety. Clark reluctantly responds in the negative, saying he knows she can take care of herself. Lois tells him she does worry about him and it can get heard, telling to quickly find Alice. He responds that he's trying but she gets called away by Perry to cover a robbery, forcing her to hang up the call and leaving a despondent Clark to state he misses her too.

Appearing in "Protégé"

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  • Metallo (clone)

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Synopsis for "Protégé"

This story is reprinted from Superman/Batman #7.

Superboy and Robin are at the Titans Tower in San Fransisco, awaiting their orders from Batman and Superman. When Batman and Superman arrive, they give them the orders to confront the new Toyman, a thirteen year-old boy, and get him to work for the Batman. Superboy does not take this order seriously. He believes it will not be difficult to convince Hiro, but Batman assures him it will be. Superman and Robin discuss a possible visit to him in Metropolis, which Robin seems reluctant to do.

They arrive at Hiro's residence, only to find genius inventions. Even at the low age of 13, Hiro's IQ is 210. They find Hiro, but are distracted by inventions both evil and childish, such as a hologram, and the dangerous copy of Metallo. Superboy goes after Metallo, but leaves before Hiro can warn him that there is still Kryptonite in his chest.

To defeat Metallo, Superboy and Robin enter a suit which will enhance their powers and protect them from the Kryptonite. In the suit Superboy easily overpowers Metallo and defeats him, but also destroying the road they were on. Superman and Batman are present, and comment on the possibility of casualties and why they need to be more careful. But regardless, they congratulate them on a successful mission.

Hiro agrees to work for Batman only if he is happy and things are done his way. Batman agrees with no argument. Meanwhile, Superman feels that Superboy is hiding something, but he doesn't know what. Batman says he should confront him directly now, but Superman says that Conner will tell him when he's ready. After, Robin and Superboy talk about whether or not to tell Superman that Conner is half a clone of Superman and half a clone of Lex Luthor, and Superboy does not. This is followed by Robin calling Superboy a "wuss."

Appearing in "A Perfect Life"

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Synopsis for "A Perfect Life"

This story is reprinted from Green Lantern (Volume 4) #7.

Mongul has arrived on Earth, and he's brought Black Mercy with him. In Coast City, Ollie and Hal save a construction worker from falling, and get an update on Despero from John, when he tells them about Mongul. On Debstam IV, Mongal plans on confronting her brother and killing him. Ollie and Hal find Mongul, and become infected with the Black Mercy, with Ollie dreaming that he has a great relationship with his son Connor, and Hal dreaming that his father is alive.

Appearing in "Tom Strong & the Terrifics, Part One"

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Synopsis for "Tom Strong & the Terrifics, Part One"

This story is reprinted from The Terrifics #7.

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