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"Superboy: "The Blind Boy of Steel!"": After a Kryptonite meteor is destroyed by a lightning strike in his proximity, Superboy gains a case of “diamond vision”, turning everything he looks at to diamond. As a result, he has to operate as if blind, until [[Krypto (Eart



Appearing in Superboy: "The Blind Boy of Steel!"

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  • The Tiger Gang (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Superboy: "The Blind Boy of Steel!"

After a Kryptonite meteor is destroyed by a lightning strike in his proximity, Superboy gains a case of “diamond vision”, turning everything he looks at to diamond. As a result, he has to operate as if blind, until Krypto discovers a way to cure his affliction.

Appearing in Aquaman: "The Octopus Man!"

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  • Roland Peters

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Synopsis for Aquaman: "The Octopus Man!"

A criminal scientist puts Aquaman’s mind into the body of an octopus.

Appearing in Green Arrow: "The Green Arrow's Mystery Pupil"

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Synopsis for Green Arrow: "The Green Arrow's Mystery Pupil"

Answering a classified ad in the newspaper, Green Arrow agrees to train a millionaire to be a master archer like him, for one million dollars to his favorite charity. Green Arrow accepts and trains the man, and teaches him all of the ethics that he holds as the Green Arrow.

However the man has less than noble intentions for his new skill and becomes a costumed criminal named the Crimson Archer, using his newly learned archery skills to commit crimes. Challenging Green Arrow to a duel, knowing that the Arrow won't murder someone, he purposely has Green Arrow stand facing the sun, blinding him enough so that the Archer can get in the first shot. However, he misses, and the Green Arrow uses his years of skill to best the crook, whom he then turns over to the police.

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