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"The Legion of Super-Outlaws!": Marden King -- brother deceased Jungle-King a rejected Legion applicant -- is plotting revenge against the Legion over his brothers death. Locating the planet Lallor, he learns that a nuclear explosion on that world had g



Appearing in "The Legion of Super-Outlaws!"

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  • Prime Minister Vorr (Flashback only)
  • Marden King (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Legion of Super-Outlaws!"

Marden King -- brother deceased Jungle-King a rejected Legion applicant -- is plotting revenge against the Legion over his brothers death. Locating the planet Lallor, he learns that a nuclear explosion on that world had granted five of it's young people with super powers. However, the leader of Lallor, fearing what the young people could do has them exiled from the planet.

Seizing this opportunity, Marden contacts the space-bound Heroes of Lallor and convinces them to go after the Legion of Super-Heroes, whom he convinces the Heroes of Lallor that they are evil. This is all a plot to get a hold of the Legion's clubhouse and the scientific devices therein. While this initially succeeds, both groups of super-teens learn the truth.

When the Heroes of Lallor try to stop Marden, he threatens them with a device that will eliminate their powers. However, the timely intervention of Superboy foils this plot. With Marden defeated, the Legion take the Heroes of Lallor back to their home planet, and convince the people there to take the Heroes of Lallor back and make them their worlds champions.

Appearing in "The Three Secret Identities of Superboy!"

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  • Bronco Pete (Single appearance) (a rodeo star)
  • Lydia Crane (Single appearance) (a game show contestant)
  • Thomas Jones (Single appearance) (a game show contestant)

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Synopsis for "The Three Secret Identities of Superboy!"

This story is reprinted from Superboy #67.

Lana Lang is one of three contestants on a quiz show who are challenged to guess which of three guests is the real Superboy.

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