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"A Rose By Any Other Name!": Dr. Brad Roberts has found a way of submerging the Thorn personality beneath Rose Forrest as long as she wears a necklace of his devising. However, the necklace produces an effect that also makes Clark Kent as aggressive as Superman, and, when the Man of Steel takes


Quote1 I don't know why you want to destroy me, Superman--but I promise you, you'll never succeed! Quote2
Rose and the Thorn

Superman #336 is an issue of the series Superman (Volume 1) with a cover date of June, 1979.

Appearing in "A Rose By Any Other Name!"

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  • Jack (Single appearance)
  • Murray (Single appearance)
  • Sidecar Bandits
    • Duke (Single appearance)
    • Paul (Single appearance)
    • Joey (Single appearance)
    • Three Members (Unnamed) (Single appearance)

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  • Rose's Necklace with a Cybernetic Mechanism (First appearance)

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Synopsis for "A Rose By Any Other Name!"

Dr. Brad Roberts has found a way of submerging the Thorn personality beneath Rose Forrest as long as she wears a necklace of his devising. However, the necklace produces an effect that also makes Clark Kent as aggressive as Superman, and, when the Man of Steel takes it away from Rose, she becomes the Thorn and attacks him to get it back.



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