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"The Laughing Stock of Smallville!": This story is reprinted from Adventure Comics #292.



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Synopsis for "The Laughing Stock of Smallville!"

This story is reprinted from Adventure Comics #292.

After Superboy discovers a new element which scientists name “Superboy-X”, Lex Luthor's jealousy provokes him to attack the Superboy Science Fair with mishaps linked to certain elements...lead, uranium, tungsten, helium, oxygen, and radium...whose first letters spell out his last name.

Appearing in "Lana Lang's Super-Birthday"

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Synopsis for "Lana Lang's Super-Birthday"

This story is reprinted from Superboy #64.

Superboy gives Lana Lang a strange birthday gift, which accidentally grants her temporary super-powers. After several harrowing mishaps, the effects wear off, and Superboy manages to protect his secret identity.

Appearing in "The Saddest Boy in Smallville!"

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  • ABC Gang

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Synopsis for "The Saddest Boy in Smallville!"

This story is reprinted from Superboy #88.

Clark Kent's classmate Tommy Hunter is ashamed that his father, James, is only a doorman at the Smallville Bijou, until James Hunter helps Superboy apprehend the ABC Gang.

Appearing in "The Boy Who Betrayed Clark Kent!"

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Synopsis for "The Boy Who Betrayed Clark Kent!"

This story is reprinted from Superboy #86.

A new boy comes to Smallville named Pete Ross. Clark becomes friends with Pete, but Ross' constant scrutiny makes him worried that he might discover his dual identity as Superboy. As it turns out, Pete's attention towards Clark was aimed at casting him in the role of Superboy in the High School play. Little does he realize how appropriate a casting choice he has made.

Appearing in "Pete Ross' Super-Secret!"

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  • Joe
  • Smallville Police (Voice)

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  • Smallville
    • Abandoned Mine Foundations
    • Canyon
    • Ice Cream Parlor
    • Kent House
      • Basement
    • Observatory
    • Skating Rink
    • Smallville High School
    • South End
      • Bigelow Street
      • Smallville National Bank
        • Vault
      • South Street
    • Tailor Shop
    • U.S. Artillery Firing Range

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Synopsis for "Pete Ross' Super-Secret!"

This story is reprinted from Superboy #90.

Clark Kent's best friend Pete Ross accidentally learns that Clark is Superboy while with him on a camping trip. But Superboy does not know that Pete Ross knows his double identity, and Pete vows to secretly help him fight crime and keep his anonymity.

Appearing in "The Old Maid of Smallville!"

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Synopsis for "The Old Maid of Smallville!"

This story is reprinted from Superboy #83.

When an "old maid" teacher comes to Smallville High and is cruelly taunted, Superboy takes a hand and helps her find romance.

Appearing in "The Day Clark Kent Got a Haircut!"

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  • Joe Timmons (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Day Clark Kent Got a Haircut!"

This story is reprinted from Superboy #76.

Noting that Clark Kent never comes in for a haircut (because his hair doesn't grow that much in Earth's atmosphere), Joe Timmons, a barber, suspects he is Superboy and tries to confirm it by luring Clark in for a haircut.

Appearing in "The Dog-Catcher of Smallville!"

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  • Burt Bentley

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  • Cargo Plane

Synopsis for "The Dog-Catcher of Smallville!"

This story is reprinted from Superboy #73.

Superboy and Krypto teach a lesson to a crooked dog-catcher.

Appearing in "The Ordeal of Chief Parker!"

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Synopsis for "The Ordeal of Chief Parker!"

This story is reprinted from Superboy #116.

When Superboy appears to drive Chief Parker to the point of resigning by harassing him, another Superboy and Krypto appear to battle the first Superboy. The harassing Superboy suddenly realizes that he is from a parallel universe, hurled into the Earth-One universe by the vibrations of a nuclear missile's blast and induced by Red Kryptonite to ruin the career of a friend...actually, a dimensional duplicate of the Chief Parker of his world. Krypto, seeing that the parallel-Earth Superboy had a yellow S-shield with a red background, knew it was not his master and summoned the Earth-One Superboy. The other-Earth Superboy returns to his normal dimension.

Appearing in "The Rock 'n' Roll Riddle of Smallville!"

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  • Don Blake

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  • Gangsters
  • Michael Jay

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  • Smallville
    • Smallville High School
    • Radio Station WSMV

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Synopsis for "The Rock 'n' Roll Riddle of Smallville!"

This story is reprinted from Superboy #195.

A blind youth discovers that the destructive storms around Smallville are being caused by an ultra-high frequency from a certain song being transmitted from the local radio station. The teenager confronts the deejay and the gang of crooks on his own, but Superboy quickly comes to his aid.

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  • This book was first published on May 7, 1981.
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