"Superman: "The Trial of Superman!"": To trap a spy, Superman stages the "murder" of Clark Kent and goes on trial for it.
Appearing in Superman: "The Trial of Superman!"
Synopsis for Superman: "The Trial of Superman!"
To trap a spy, Superman stages the "murder" of Clark Kent and goes on trial for it.
Appearing in Supergirl: "The Secret Identity of Super-Horse!"
- Comet, the Super-Horse (First appearance as Bronco Bill)
- Lena Thorul
- Prince Endor (Flashback and main story)
- Superman (Flashback and main story)
- Blackie (Single appearance)
- Lord Nomed (Single appearance)
- Luthor (Mentioned only)
- White Star
- J F Kennedy (Mentioned only)
- King Midas (Mentioned only)
- Legendary, Mythical Creatures (Flashback and main story)
- Fortress of Solitude
- Hades (Mentioned only)
- Krypton (Mentioned only)
- Zerox (Flashback and main story)
- Space Monitor
Synopsis for Supergirl: "The Secret Identity of Super-Horse!"
Superman recruits Comet (and Supergirl, who accompanies him) to the Sorcerers' World, to do a favor for Prince Endor, an old friend. Since Endor must ride a flying horse in a royal parade, and his usual steed, Pegasus, has lost his flying power due to a spell cast by the evil Lord Nomed, Comet substitutes for Pegasus as Endor's steed. In return, Endor casts a spell that causes Comet to become temporarily human when a comet passes through Earth's solar system. (As a man, Comet has no super-powers.) After he and Supergirl return to Earth, Comet becomes human again when a comet nears Earth, and becomes a rodeo star, taking on the name of Bronco Bill. When Supergirl is concerned over Comet's absence, Lena Thorul directs her to Bronco Bill, whom she senses is connected to Comet. Supergirl saves Bill from a bull and is rewarded with a kiss. Later, Bill transforms back into a centaur and is captured by horse thieves, but becomes Comet again, regains his super-powers, and crashes free. He reunites with Supergirl, who remains ignorant of his Bronco Bill identity.
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