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"The Fantastic Foe Superman Could Never Meet!": Superman finds himself exchange-teleported into a world without crime, while a criminal from that world takes his place on Earth.


Quote1 I am still waiting Man of Steel... Why do you not show yourself and fight like a true Superman? Quote2
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Appearing in "The Fantastic Foe Superman Could Never Meet!"

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  • WGBS employees (Unnamed)
  • Mine Shaft Rescue Crew (Unnamed) (Cameo)
  • Metropolis Police Department
  • Citizens of Metropolis (Unnamed)
  • Citizens of the Parallel Dimension (Unnamed) (Single appearance)
    • Com-Central (Unnamed) (Single appearance)

Locations:

  • Earth-One
    • Skydiving (Unnamed) (Location)
    • Mine Shaft (Cave in) (Unnamed) (Location)
    • Metropolis
  • Parallel Dimension
    • Planet (Unnamed) (Single appearance)

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  • Superman (Statue only) (Destroyed)
  • Space-Jewels

Vehicles:

  • WGBS Newsvan

Synopsis for "The Fantastic Foe Superman Could Never Meet!"

Superman finds himself exchange-teleported into a world without crime, while a criminal from that world takes his place on Earth.

Appearing in "The Secret Origin of Bruce (Superman) Wayne"

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  • Gotham Gazette newspaper

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Synopsis for "The Secret Origin of Bruce (Superman) Wayne"

Jor-El's rocket bearing Kal-El lands in Gotham City, where the Kryptonian infant is found by patrolman James W. Gordon and is brought to Thomas and Martha Wayne, who later adopt him when no one claimed the abandoned child. They soon learn that the youngster (whom they named Bruce) has super-powers, which come in handy years later in warding off the attack of hitman Joe Chill. His employer, Lew Moxon, goes to jail as a result. Gordon, who later becomes police commissioner, trains young Bruce Wayne in the proper use of his powers and in criminology. Later, Moxon breaks jail and tries to machine-gun the Waynes, but Bruce assumes a disguise and disarms and kayoes Moxon. Later, consulting with Gordon and Thomas Wayne, Bruce decides that he will become a costumed crimefighter named Superman.

Notes


  • In the story "The Secret Origin of Bruce (Superman) Wayne" the poster on the wall is a homage to the story writer Bob Rozakis.

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