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Action Comics Vol 1 538

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Action Comics Vol 1 538

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"The Measure Of A Superman!": As Jackhammer runs rampant over Metropolis, Superman struggles to get the confidence to tackle him in his weakened state.



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Synopsis for "The Measure Of A Superman!"

As Jackhammer runs rampant over Metropolis, Superman struggles to get the confidence to tackle him in his weakened state.

Appearing in "Mera, Mera, on the Wave -- Who's the One You've Got to Save?"

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Synopsis for "Mera, Mera, on the Wave -- Who's the One You've Got to Save?"

Aquaman and Mera are beset by the attacking dolphins, and Mera’s continued attempts to communicate telepathically with them electrify the porpoises like electric eels. Aquaman manages to get three of the dolphins to smash into his hard-water block, freeing him. But a dolphin’s electric charge stuns Mera, and, going to her rescue, Aquaman receives Mera’s image and her call for help in his mind. The Mera-image declares that she is trapped, “imprisoned somewhere else!” When Mera (as Bridgeman) awakens in his arms, she says that the real Mera is her prisoner, and that she shares Mera’s body, but dominates it. Then she starts to strangle Aquaman.

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