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"The Duplicate Superman": Superman is split by a cobalt bomb’s explosion into two duplicate Supermen, differentiated only by the fact that one lacks a vision power the other has: Superman-T, as he calls himself, has telescopic vision, while Superman-X has X-ray vision. Th



Appearing in "The Duplicate Superman"

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Synopsis for "The Duplicate Superman"

Superman is split by a cobalt bomb’s explosion into two duplicate Supermen, differentiated only by the fact that one lacks a vision power the other has: Superman-T, as he calls himself, has telescopic vision, while Superman-X has X-ray vision. The two Supermen work together for a time, until Superman-T heroically sacrifices his life to knock aside a giant Kryptonite meteor heading towards Metropolis. Upon Superman-T’s death, Superman-X regains all his former powers.

Appearing in "The World's Most Amazing Animals"

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Synopsis for "The World's Most Amazing Animals"

In an African veldt, Congo Bill must retrieve three animals (a white lion, a tri-colored zebra and a flying ostrich) for the release of his friend Janu, kept hidden by some mysterious men. With his skills, he succeeds in his task and they accept to free Janu. Congo Bill had deduced where Janu was but wanted to know what happened to the strange animals he captured. When he reunites with Janu, the mysterious men are gone with a note addressed to Congo Bill. They were aliens who had to land on Earth to repair their spaceship, and the animals were alien animals that had broken free. They succeeded, though unbeknownst to the aliens, an ostrich egg was accidentally left behind...

Appearing in "The Creature from Outer Space"

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