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"The Man Who Murdered the Earth!": Lex Luthor creates a Galactic Golem to destroy Superman, but believes he has destroyed the Earth as a result of their titanic battle.



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Synopsis for "The Man Who Murdered the Earth!"

Lex Luthor creates a Galactic Golem to destroy Superman, but believes he has destroyed the Earth as a result of their titanic battle.

Appearing in "All in the Mind!"

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Synopsis for "All in the Mind!"

An archaeological team on Krypton discovers a record of how mutant children, exiled from the land of Xan during a war with Erkol, were the only survivors of that conflict and founded the city of Kryptonopolis.

Appearing in "Muto Versus the Man of Tomorrow!"

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  • Jay L-3388/Jay Senohl (future descendant of Jimmy Olsen)
  • Lyra 3916 (future descendant of Lois Lane)

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  • Muto
    • Von-Don (Muto's lieutenant)

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  • Three Android Children
  • Various Atlanteans

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  • Colossal Grapple
  • Expander Ray
  • Helium Bomb

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  • Muto's Rocket Ship

Synopsis for "Muto Versus the Man of Tomorrow!"

This story is reprinted from Action Comics #339.

The Superman of 2966 escapes a water trap set for him by Muto with the help of three android children. He then helps the Atlanteans defeat one of Muto's lieutenants threatening Atlantis. Muto then uses a growth ray to enlarge the people of Metropolis to gigantic height. Superman restores them to normal before his confrontation with Muto. Having deduced Muto's weakness, Superman is able to open a space-warp capable of sending Muto back to his home dimension, and hopes that the villain never returns.

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