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"Superman: "The Monster Who Unmasked Superman!"": Clark Kent is forced to reveal his Superman identity to the others on the bus when the Quakerer unmasks himself as Jonathan Slaughter. But, after he defeats the villain and gets himself and his



Appearing in Superman: "The Monster Who Unmasked Superman!"

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  • 1973 (Flashback and main story)

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  • Metropolis City Bus (Flashback and main story)

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Synopsis for Superman: "The Monster Who Unmasked Superman!"

Clark Kent is forced to reveal his Superman identity to the others on the bus when the Quakerer unmasks himself as Jonathan Slaughter. But, after he defeats the villain and gets himself and his friends back to the 20th Century, Batman helps Superman conceal his identity again, along with some help from a hypnotic device.

Appearing in Green Arrow: "The Case of the Runaway Shoebox!"

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  • Harper and other thieves (Flashback only) (Single appearance)

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  • An art museum
  • Oliver Queen Enterprises

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Synopsis for Green Arrow: "The Case of the Runaway Shoebox!"

Oliver Queen has his pocket picked on the way to paying his rent, and, retracing his steps to try and find it, runs into a robbery scene in front of a museum. He switches to his Green Arrow identity and takes down a ring of thieves before they can steal the rare and valuable fragments of an ancient Greek amphora. While at the police station after taking in the crooks, Green Arrow sees the pickpocket who robbed him being brought in by a beat cop. He is able to identify the envelope of money that was lifted from him, and thus is finally able to pay his rent.

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  • "The Monster Who Unmasked Superman!" was continued from the previous issue.
  • "The Case of the Runaway Shoebox!" was reprinted on Detective Comics #555.

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