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Adventures of Superman Vol 1 518

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Adventures of Superman Vol 1 518

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"The Armagetto Run!": After visiting New Genesis, Superman, in his quest to find out who placed a doppelganger body in his tomb, goes to Apokolips. He is immediately greated by the vil



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Synopsis for "The Armagetto Run!"

After visiting New Genesis, Superman, in his quest to find out who placed a doppelganger body in his tomb, goes to Apokolips. He is immediately greated by the villainous hordes of Darkseid. After battling the Female Furies and others, he talks to the vile lord of Apokolips himself. Darkseid claims innocence in Superman's troubles, but hints that the Cyborg may still be alive. Superman becomes furious and demands answers, prompting Darkseid to zap the Man of Steel with his Omega Beams.

After the hero is gone, Darkseid gloats over a small golden globe which contains the consciousness of the Cyborg. Back on Earth, Superman becomes convinced that Mr. Mxyzptlk is behind his troubles.



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