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Adventure Comics Vol 1 244

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Adventure Comics Vol 1 244

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"The Poorest Family in Smallville": A fire burns down the Kent home and Superboy attempts to help them rebuild without exposing his secret identity. Mister Higby, a movie producer offers the Kents money in exchange for film footage of the damage.



Appearing in "The Poorest Family in Smallville"

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  • Jim Feller (a milkman) (Single appearance)
  • Mister Higby (a movie executive) (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Poorest Family in Smallville"

A fire burns down the Kent home and Superboy attempts to help them rebuild without exposing his secret identity. Mister Higby, a movie producer offers the Kents money in exchange for film footage of the damage.

Appearing in "A Medal for Roy"

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  • Clyde Roker (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "A Medal for Roy"

Roy Harper is scheduled to receive a medal for bravery from the president at the same time that Speedy must help identify a crook in a lineup.

Appearing in "The Copy Cat Creature"

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  • Myron (a Prehistoric Beast) (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Copy Cat Creature"

Aquaman befriends a prehistoric creature, which he names Myron. Myron becomes too uncontrollable however, and Aquaman is forced to return him to a state of suspended animation.

Notes

  • "A Medal for Roy" is reprinted in Big Boy #20.

Trivia

  • This issue features a one-page "Little Pete" and "Jerry Jitterbug" humor strip.

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