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"The Sleepwalker from Krypton": Ferlin Nyxly was injured and just by chance Brakha an alien doctor appears with his spacecraft and heals Ferlin's injuries. Ferlin thanks Brakha by knockng him out and stealing his spacecraft. Ferlin travels to Metropolis and was looking for revenge on Superman.


Quote1 It's not enough that you've been exposed as a coward! I demand that you return and allow me to complete my victory... ...and, quickly before I convert Metropolis to so much powder! Quote2
-- Ferln Nyxly



Appearing in "The Sleepwalker from Krypton"

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  • Brakha (Single appearance)
  • WGBS Employees (Unnamed)
  • Kryptonians (Mentioned only)

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  • Devil's Harp (Cameo) (Flashback only) (from Superman #235)
  • Alien Spacesuit (Cameo) (Flashback only) (from Superman #253)
  • Telepathic Eardrops
  • Radio Earphone
  • Volcanic Gases from the Moon of Thallus 7

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  • Brakha's Spacecraft

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Synopsis for "The Sleepwalker from Krypton"

Ferlin Nyxly was injured and just by chance Brakha an alien doctor appears with his spacecraft and heals Ferlin's injuries. Ferlin thanks Brakha by knockng him out and stealing his spacecraft. Ferlin travels to Metropolis and was looking for revenge on Superman.

Appearing in "One Life Too Many"

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  • WGBS Employees (Unnamed)
    • Bill Harney (Single appearance)

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  • Sunken World War II Freighter

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Synopsis for "One Life Too Many"

Whlie Superman was in Australia he was contemplating his dual roll and how he can't be everywhere to save the planet. He was interrupted by a lightning strike that started a brush fire which he immediately stopped from spreading. On his way back to Metropolis he dives into the Pacific Ocean and discovered that a sunken WWII freighter was leaking oil that was harming the sealife. After stopping the damage caused by the freighter he heads back to Metropolis. While waiting to do the six o'clock news he was continuing to having internal struggles about living the double life as Clark Kent and Superman until WGBS technician Bill Harney gave him some words of encouragement.

Notes

  • This book was first published on April 11, 1985.
  • A letter to the editor from Jerry Siegel in reference to a letter by Alan Gary Giroux in the letter column of Superman #406. Alan commented on Edmond Hamilton writing the story Superman Returns to Krypton for Superman #141. Jerry mentions that he wrote the story along with the story The Death of Superman from Superman #149. Jerry goes on to say that he still has the carbon copy of both stories.

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