"Superman and Batman: "The Man With Superman's Heart!"": Superman is apparently killed and, as per his last request, his heart, lungs, eyes, and ears are harvested and preserved for worthy recipients. Batman refuses the gift of Superman's organs and it is [[Alexis Luthor (

World's Finest #189 is an issue of the series World's Finest (Volume 1) with a cover date of November, 1969. It was published on September 11, 1969.

Appearing in Superman and Batman: "The Man With Superman's Heart!"

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  • Luthor
  • Mr. Paris (Single appearance)
  • The Big Four Syndicate (First appearance)
    • Big Dan Clay
    • King West
    • Brain Lewis
    • Ace Shane

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Synopsis for Superman and Batman: "The Man With Superman's Heart!"

Superman is apparently killed and, as per his last request, his heart, lungs, eyes, and ears are harvested and preserved for worthy recipients. Batman refuses the gift of Superman's organs and it is Lex Luthor who steals the organs and auctions them off, transplanting each of them into a body of one of the Big Four Syndicate members. The Four Syndicate Members have Superman's powers, Batman and Robin are unable to stop them.

Appearing in Roy Raymond: "The City That Time Forgot"

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  • Dick Edmunds (Single appearance)
  • King Berwald (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Roy Raymond: "The City That Time Forgot"

This story is reprinted from Detective Comics #270.


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Look at how sad this is making Batman. You did this.



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  • A scene apparently depicting Superman's surgically excised viscerae was intended to appear in "The Man With Superman's Heart!," but the Comics Code Authority censored it, resulting in a single panel with word balloons but no drawn artwork and a disclaimer of censorship by the CCA where the scene was meant to appear.



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