"The Most Dangerous Door in the World!": When Mordru imprisons Superman in a vault with a magical command not to open it and the warning that Supergirl will be drawn inside too if she attempts to free him, the Man of
Appearing in "The Most Dangerous Door in the World!"
Synopsis for "The Most Dangerous Door in the World!"
When Mordru imprisons Superman in a vault with a magical command not to open it and the warning that Supergirl will be drawn inside too if she attempts to free him, the Man of
Steel concocts an elaborate ruse which, with the help of Supergirl and a disguised Brainiac 5, induces Luthor into cracking the vault and liberating him. They repay Luthor by sending him back to prison.
Appearing in "The Orphans of Space!"
Synopsis for "The Orphans of Space!"
This story is reprinted from Superman #144.
For the Daily Planet's Centennial, Superman is asked to fly around the world and take pictures of the various Daily Planet offices around the world, he is recognized by everyone and it causes Superman to reflect back on the first day he introduced himself to the world as Superboy:
It all started one day while working in Ma and Pa Kent's grocery store when his x-ray vision spots trouble, Pa Kent decides it's time for Clark to go into action as Superboy for the first time. After putting off Lana Lang with an act of cowardice, Clark changes into Superboy and stops a bunch of scuba-gear wearing crooks and their boss. Revealing himself to the police chief and the mayor of Smallville, Superboy reveals himself and proves that he has super-powers.
When the news goes out that a Superboy exists he soon becomes the center of media attention and asked to aid various government, military, and charity organizations. Superboy soon becomes so inundated with requests that he has to turn them down, opting to patrol the world and put his talents to good use as needed.
With his recollection over, Superman changes back to Clark Kent and meets up with his old high school flame, Lana Lang. The two go over their old class yearbook, and Lana has to laugh when Clark's yearbook profile states that he was the most likely to become famous. Clark finds this funny too, because he has become famous, only as Superman.
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