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"The Sandstorm That Swallowed Metropolis!": Kobra, who has discovered Superman's secret identity, kidnaps Jonathan and Martha Kent from the past and holds them hostage to prevent the Man of Steel from interfering in his plans.


Quote1 Come no further Kryptonian! Make one more move --and your parents die!! Quote2
-- Kobra



Appearing in "The Sandstorm That Swallowed Metropolis!"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

  • Kobra Cult
    • Two Members (Unnamed) (Flashback and main story)
    • Kobra (Flashback and main story)

Other Characters:

Locations:

Items:

  • Teleportation Device
  • Giant Sucking Machine
  • Giant Vacuum Pump
  • Jonathan Kent (Statue only)
  • Martha Kent (Statue only)
  • Green Kryptonite Ray

Vehicles:

  • SKULL Saucer (Flashback only)
  • United States Army Cargo Transport Plane (In a photograph only) and (Flashback only) (Destroyed)
  • Kobra's Jet Scooter
  • Kobra's Hovercraft

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Synopsis for "The Sandstorm That Swallowed Metropolis!"

Kobra, who has discovered Superman's secret identity, kidnaps Jonathan and Martha Kent from the past and holds them hostage to prevent the Man of Steel from interfering in his plans.

Appearing in "Mr. & Mrs. Superman: Two Can Die As Cheaply As One"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:


Antagonists:

  • Colonel Future (Behind the scenes) (Phone call only)
  • The C-F Gang
    • Sid (disguised as an ACME mover)
    • Andy (disguised as an ACME mover)

Other Characters:


Locations:

Items:


Vehicles:

  • Clark Kent's Car (Destroyed)

Synopsis for "Mr. & Mrs. Superman: Two Can Die As Cheaply As One"

The newlywed Kents are having their belongings moved into their new apartment but problems arise when a falling couch nearly kills them and Clark's car explodes just a short time later. Is this a case of bad luck? Or, is someone trying to end their honeymoon permanently?

Notes

  • First .50 cent and 40 page issue.
  • Kobra actually discovered the Teleportation Device while on an archeological dig, but SKULL stole it from him.
  • SKULL later used this device to teleport Titano back to Earth in Superman #324 and #325.

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