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"The Monster That Stalked Smallville": An alien who looks like a hairy monster comes to Earth to execute nine criminals from his world of Zaron, and Superboy accompanies him through Smallville, allowing him to turn the villains--who hav



Appearing in "The Monster That Stalked Smallville"

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  • Coach Turner (Single appearance)
  • Officer Burke (Single appearance)
  • John Devon (Single appearance)
  • Edward Moss (Single appearance)
  • Mr. Talbert (Single appearance)
  • Mrs. Talbert (Single appearance)
  • Major Ashby (Single appearance)
  • Fire-Chief Rogan (Single appearance)
  • Judd West (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Monster That Stalked Smallville"

An alien who looks like a hairy monster comes to Earth to execute nine criminals from his world of Zaron, and Superboy accompanies him through Smallville, allowing him to turn the villains--who have infiltrated Smallville thoroughly--to stone with rays from his eyes.

Appearing in "Aqua-Queen"

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  • Aqua-Queen (Dale Conroy) (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "Aqua-Queen"

When Aquaman is the guest judge at a charity swim meet he gets the ire of Dale Conroy, a wealthy heiress, when she isn't crowned Miss Aquamaid 1960. She vows that she'll prove to Aquaman that she is better than all the other contestants. Months later, Dale Conroy resurfaces and appears to be able to achieve aquatic feats that surpass Aquaman and Aqualad's own abilities, and she ends up beating Aquaman to completing various jobs he is on. She eventually challenges Aquaman to a duel to see who is more worthy of the title of ruler of the seven seas, and surprisingly Conroy wins each one.

Suspicious, Aquaman and Aqualad decide to investigate how Conroy is achieving all these feats, and soon find that she has been doing so due to the aid of invisible oxygen tanks, fish repellent and a "midget" submarine to achieve all the feats. When they spot her once more on the "midget" submarine, but out of control, Aquaman saves her and the school of fish she's about to crash into. Upon being brought aboard a destroyer, she admits the whole thing was a fraud and apologizes to Aquaman.

Appearing in "Revenge of the River Demon"

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  • River Demon (Nakrumi Mu) (Single appearance)
  • Unnamed Crooks (Single appearance)

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