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"Superman: "Bus-Ride to Nowhere!"": Superman is warned about a super-powered evolved chameleon from the 420th Century, the Quakerer, who has the power to change his own appearance or that of other beings or objects, and



Appearing in Superman: "Bus-Ride to Nowhere!"

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  • April Marigold (Mentioned only)
  • Chameleons of the 420th Century (First appearance)

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  • Metropolis City Bus

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Synopsis for Superman: "Bus-Ride to Nowhere!"

Superman is warned about a super-powered evolved chameleon from the 420th Century, the Quakerer, who has the power to change his own appearance or that of other beings or objects, and who has come back to the 20th Century to find a weapon that will destroy the humans of the future. The Quakerer is disguised as one of Clark's neighbors, but he does not know who. Clark Kent and several of his neighbors, one of whom is the Quakerer, are stranded in the past by a strange bus-ride.

Appearing in The Atom: "Up Pops The Atom"

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  • Freddy (Jean Loring's nephew) (Single appearance)
  • Jean Loring

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  • Benjy and Joey (International spies) (Single appearance)

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  • An amusement park

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Synopsis for The Atom: "Up Pops The Atom"

While taking Jean's nephew to an amusement park, Ray Palmer has to become the Atom to trap two spies.

Notes

  • "Bus-Ride to Nowhere!" was reprinted in Best of DC #12.
  • "Bus-Ride to Nowhere!" is continued in the next issue.

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