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Action Comics Vol 1 525

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Action Comics Vol 1 525

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"Neutron Nightmare!": Nat Tryon, one of Lex Luthor’s hirelings, is changed by a radiation bombardment into Neutron, a nuclear-powered villain, and seeks revenge on Superman for not delivering him from his predicament.


Quote1 Look at this, Hal -- The Time Traveller! Published in 1932, it has the distinction of being the first S-F Fanzine! I wonder if anybody connected with it became famous? Quote2
-- Karen Peterson



Appearing in "Neutron Nightmare!"

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Synopsis for "Neutron Nightmare!"

Nat Tryon, one of Lex Luthor’s hirelings, is changed by a radiation bombardment into Neutron, a nuclear-powered villain, and seeks revenge on Superman for not delivering him from his predicament.

Appearing in "Air Wave Goes Blank!"

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Synopsis for "Air Wave Goes Blank!"

At a science fiction art exhibit, Air Wave encounters a costumed thief called the Cosmic Corsair and gains a case of amnesia.

Notes

  • This book was first published on August 20, 1981.
  • As noted in the letters page to Action # 530, Julius Schwartz, Mort Weisinger and "Mr. Science Fiction" Forrest J. Ackerman (Who coined the nickname "Sci-Fi") were all connected with the magazine.

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