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"The TV Show That Menaced Metropolis!": This story is reprinted from Action Comics #422.



Appearing in "The TV Show That Menaced Metropolis!"

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  • Woodrow Nescott

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  • Mac Nelson (Only appearance; dies)

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  • Dan Marz
  • Herbert Nescott
  • Kerry Nescott

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Synopsis for "The TV Show That Menaced Metropolis!"

This story is reprinted from Action Comics #422.

Woody Nescott has had to live in one room for all his life due to a strange blood disease, but his path crosses Superman's when he produces white cells that grow to giant size and begin devouring things.

Appearing in "The Baby Who Walked Through Walls!"

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  • Petra Lewis
  • Michele (Petra Lewis's baby daughter)
  • Lance (Mrs. Golstein's daughter Sarah's baby boy)

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Synopsis for "The Baby Who Walked Through Walls!"

This story is reprinted from Superman #254.

Clark Kent runs into trouble when a neighbor asks him to watch her baby for a few minutes, and the baby vanishes.

Appearing in "The Girl Who Didn't Believe in Superman"

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  • Lois Lane
  • Alice Norton (Single appearance)
  • Martha Norton (Single appearance)

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  • John Norton (Single appearance)
  • Perry White (Mentioned only)

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Synopsis for "The Girl Who Didn't Believe in Superman"

This story is reprinted from Superman #96.

When Superman learns that Alice Norton, a blind girl, does not believe in Superman, he tries and fails to convince her of his existence...until he operates upon her and restores her sight.

Appearing in "World Beneath the North Pole!"

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Synopsis for "World Beneath the North Pole!"

This story is reprinted from Superman #267.

Superman goes to save Steve Lombard's scientist brother from a race of subterranean winged beings called the Miros, who seek to leach solar energy away from Earth's surface.

Appearing in "Superman, You're Not Clark Kent -- and I Can Prove It!"

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  • Whirlicane's Hovercraft

Synopsis for "Superman, You're Not Clark Kent -- and I Can Prove It!"

This story is reprinted from Action Comics #457.

Pete Ross's son is endangered by a disease and the lack of his will to live, so Superman tries to give Jon Ross what he most wants to know, the revelation of his secret identity... but Jon won't believe that the Man of Steel is really Clark Kent.

Appearing in "The Story of Superman, Junior"

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  • Johnny Kirk (Superman Jr)
  • Professor Morton Kirk

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Synopsis for "The Story of Superman, Junior"

This story is reprinted from Action Comics #232.

Dr. Morton Kirk, believing that Earth was doomed to perish when a giant planet threatened to collide with it, sent his young son Jimmy off in a rocket, intending to place him on another world. But Superboy saved the Earth, though he was unable to find Jimmy Kirk, and the dying Dr. Kirk left him a last request: that if he found Jimmy, he would become his legal guardian. Years later, the space capsule carrying Jimmy crashes to Earth, and Superman learns that Jimmy's passage through space has given him super-powers. He adopts Jimmy, gives him the identity of Superman, Jr., and moves to Smallville under a new secret identity...and all the while, a “super-poison” Superman has breathed in from the space capsule is robbing him of his powers.

Appearing in "The Kid with the Million-Dollar Smile!"

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Synopsis for "The Kid with the Million-Dollar Smile!"

This story is reprinted from Superman #285.

Clark Kent searches for a runaway child-star of TV commercials.

Appearing in "Superman's Command Performance"

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Synopsis for "Superman's Command Performance"

This story is reprinted from Action Comics #497.

A Superman fan club of young boys find that they seem to have the power to make Superman perform feats that one of their members depicts in his drawings.

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