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"The Man Who Would Be President!": Superman and Valdemar clean up some industrial polluters, political humorist Bucky Berns finds that he can predict future events in his column, and Superman endorses Berns for president.


Quote1 Enough of this! You have sent your filth across the world... destroying forests and streams as though they were the vermin-- --so that a tree must try to grow while breathing acid! Let there be an end to it! Now! Quote2
Valdemar

Superman #394 is an issue of the series Superman (Volume 1) with a cover date of April, 1984.

Appearing in "The Man Who Would Be President!"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

Other Characters:

  • United States Government (In a photograph only)
  • Metropolis Fire Department
  • Citizens of Metropolis (Unnamed)
    • Mom (Unnamed)
    • Billy
  • Bucky Berns (First appearance)
  • Daily Planet Employees (Unnamed)
  • Farmers (Unnamed)
  • Skagerrak (Final appearance)
  • Vikings (Mentioned only)
  • Metropolis Press Club
    • Walter
  • Judge Medowar (Phone call only)
  • Pulsifer Paper Company Plant Manager (Unnamed)
  • Batchelder Bottling Company
    • Two Security Guards (Unnamed)
    • Mr. Batchelder (Mentioned only)
  • Two Custer Point Employees (Unnamed)

Locations:

Items:

  • Daily Planet newspaper
  • Valdemar's Flaming Sword
  • Compatriots' Satellite (In a photograph only)
    • Actuality Device
  • Mort Weisinger Bust
  • Radioactive Core (Destroyed)

Vehicles:


Concepts:

Synopsis for "The Man Who Would Be President!"

Superman and Valdemar clean up some industrial polluters, political humorist Bucky Berns finds that he can predict future events in his column, and Superman endorses Berns for president.



Notes

  • Perry White said his wife Alice is 63 years old.

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