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"Kneel to Your Conqueror, Superman!": Superman is tricked into the clutches of Rufus Carter, a "human computer" who uses an apparatus of his own devising to drain the Man of Steel's super-powers and infuse them into his own body.



Appearing in "Kneel to Your Conqueror, Superman!"

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Synopsis for "Kneel to Your Conqueror, Superman!"

Superman is tricked into the clutches of Rufus Carter, a "human computer" who uses an apparatus of his own devising to drain the Man of Steel's super-powers and infuse them into his own body.

Appearing in "The Specter of 3000-Moons Lake!"

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  • Fred Harris

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  • Don Morgan
  • Mister Van Dorn
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Synopsis for "The Specter of 3000-Moons Lake!"

This story is reprinted from Atom #5.

Ray Palmer, and Jean Loring accompany millionaire Don Morgan to where he keeps his cottage at 3000-Moons Lake. There a series of strange thefts and supernatural activity have become subject of debate. Since the grounds are the location of an ancient Indian curse, the people of 3000-Moons Lake are torn between believing in the curse or summing up all the strange happenings as unrelated pranks by local children.

Ray decides to investigate as the Atom, and when another subject of strange supernatural events occur, the Atom learns that they are really being caused by resident Fred Harris, who is using the old curse to get away with the thefts. However the Atom tricks him into confessing by pretending to be an ancient Indian spirit (really shrunk down in size and hiding in Harris's ear) and incapacitating him by throwing off his center of balance.

Appearing in "The Coward and the Hero"

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Synopsis for "The Coward and the Hero"

This story is reprinted from Adventure Comics #220.

Johnny Blake, former Navy pilot and expert swimmer, is afraid of the water now and is branded a coward. Since he is a double for Aquaman, the sea king decides to pose as him and do great diving and swimming feats to save Johnny's reputation. But Aquaman's costume is found and his hoax is exposed. Aquaman explains to Johnny's detractors that he was downed by enemy fire in an airtime battle during his Navy pilot's service, spent days in the water clinging to wreckage before being saved by Aquaman, and developed a phobia of water. Later, when Aquaman attempts a dive from a great height into a water tank, he appears to slip, and Johnny unthinkingly leaps into the water to rescue him. Aquaman reveals that he pretended to slip to get Johnny in the water, and now Johnny's phobia is cured.

Appearing in "The Day They Killed Clark Kent"

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Synopsis for "The Day They Killed Clark Kent"

Clark Kent teaches a lesson to a group of fraternity brothers who like to haze new pledges.

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  • "The Specter of 3000-Moons Lake!" was originally printed in The Atom #5.

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