"The World's Meanest Man": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.
Appearing in "The World's Meanest Man"
- Charlie Grayson
- hired patsy (Dies)
- tenement children
Synopsis for "The World's Meanest Man"
- Synopsis not yet written.
Appearing in "Terror From the Stars"
- Tom Nelson, con man
- his hired thieves
- Abou Sabut, astrologer (Dies)
- Stan Emerson, attorney
- Professor Derma (Dies)
- Mr. Warren, jeweler
Synopsis for "Terror From the Stars"
Clark Kent publishes a story debunking astrology, which draws the attention of shady astrologer Abou Sabut, and his grifter representative (secretly his boss) Tom Nelson. Clark agrees to allow Sabut to demonstrate his astrological forecasting, and two of Sabut’s predictions come true: a famous astrology skeptic dies, and a particular jewelery store is robbed. This draws the attention of Superman onto the the astrologers, who soon are exposed as frauds, and Sabut as a murderer. Sabut gets killed, but Nelson is arrested alive.
Appearing in "Case of the Runaway Skyscrapers"
- Mister Sinister (Dies)
- his gang
- The Board of Directors of Constructions, Inc.
- Minister Sinister's Fourth-Dimensional Skyscraper-stealing equipment
Synopsis for "Case of the Runaway Skyscrapers"
Minister Sinister has a dimensional-displacement device, which he uses to shunt entire skyscrapers into the Fourth Dimension, where he holds them for ransom. For a brief time he is quite successful. The Daily Planet condemns this racket, so the Planet Building is stolen. But Clark Kent got stolen along with it, and now is in the Fourth Dimension, which helps greatly in locating the villain behind the skyscraper hijackings. Superman battles Sinister until the fiend is destroyed by his own devices. The buildings are then restored to normal.
Appearing in "Racket On Delivery"
- Slats Morgan
- his racketeers
- Vernon Hale, city councilman
- Mr. Golden, shopkeeper
Synopsis for "Racket On Delivery"
Clark Kent and Lois Lane get kidnapped by some racketeers, and it works out badly for the racketeers, Slats Morgan and his boss, city councilman Vernon Hale.
- Published by Superman, Inc.
- This issue is reprinted in The Superman Archives Vol. 4.
- In "Racket On Delivery", Lois Lane is kidnapped for the 17th time.
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- ↑ Action Comics #1
- ↑ Action Comics #7
- ↑ Superman #3
- ↑ Action Comics #23
- ↑ Action Comics #26
- ↑ Superman #5
- ↑ Action Comics #29
- ↑ Superman #7
- ↑ Action Comics #32
- ↑ Superman #8
- ↑ Superman #9
- ↑ World’s Best Comics #1
- ↑ Superman #11
- ↑ Action Comics #42
- ↑ Action Comics #43
- ↑ World’s Finest #4
- ↑ Superman #16
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