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Adventure Comics Vol 1 275

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Adventure Comics Vol 1 275

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"The Origin of the Superman-Batman Team!": Superboy uses his time-viewer to see himself as Superman accompanying Batman on a future crook-catching operation, after which the two heroes resume their Clark Kent and Bruce Way


Quote1 I had planned to tell Lana your identity... But now I don't even want to know it myself! At present I'm too young to be trusted with your secret! Quote2
-- Young Bruce Wayne, realizing he does not want to know Superboy is secretly Clark Kent



Appearing in "The Origin of the Superman-Batman Team!"

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  • Unnamed Crooks (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Origin of the Superman-Batman Team!"

Superboy uses his time-viewer to see himself as Superman accompanying Batman on a future crook-catching operation, after which the two heroes resume their Clark Kent and Bruce Wayne identities. Later, Bruce Wayne moves to Smallville, and, with some prodding from Lana Lang, briefly assumes the identity of the Flying Fox and becomes a partner to Superboy. Lana challenges Bruce to discover Superboy’s true identity. He does, but he confesses it to Superboy without telling Lana and, feeling he is too young to be trusted with the secret, has Superboy hypnotically remove the knowledge from his mind. Later, Bruce and his foster parents leave Smallville.

Appearing in "Champion of the World!"

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  • "Puffy" Morgan (Single appearance)
  • Hurricane Jones (Single appearance)

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  • Kid Grey (Single appearance)
  • Bess Grey (Single appearance)

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Appearing in "The Interplanetary Mission!"

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Synopsis for "The Interplanetary Mission!"

After saving a bunch of caged animals being shipped to a zoo, Aquaman and Aqualad are visited by an alien space ship. The aliens on board explain that they have traveled to Earth to seek Aquaman's help. They explain that years ago they had shot a satellite in to space that would help terraform their desert regions into land in which they can grow food. However, the satellite was pulled back into their planets orbit and it sank to the deepest regions of one of their oceans. Boarding the ship, they are told that the speed of travel would knock them out.

Regaining consciousness on the alien world, Aquaman and Aqualad begin their mission and find themselves attacked by a giant crab-like creature. Finding the satellite (which looks more like a meteor) they get it tethered back up to the surface. There Aquaman suddenly attacks the aliens, and soon reveals them to be nothing but crooks in disguise. Aquaman reveals to Aqualad that the whole thing was an elaborate hoax using special effects and a mechanical crab-monster, that was devised in order to trick Aquaman into getting what the crooks sought. Aquaman cracks open the meteor revealing that there is Kryptonite inside, which the crooks planned to use against Superman. With the crooks defeated, Aquaman throws the Kryptonite overboard once more.

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