"Superman and Supergirl: "Warworld!"": Superman and Supergirl head to the place where Warworld rests, but they are late. Mongul has already laid claim to the satellite and made off with it. Using their microscopic visi
Appearing in Superman and Supergirl: "Warworld!"
- Jimmy Olsen (Flashback only)
- Lois Lane (Flashback only)
- Martian Manhunter (Flashback only)
- Steve Lombard (Flashback only)
- Arkymandryte (Flashback only)
Synopsis for Superman and Supergirl: "Warworld!"
Superman and Supergirl head to the place where Warworld rests, but they are late. Mongul has already laid claim to the satellite and made off with it. Using their microscopic vision to find the trail of subatomic particles left behind by the satellite's exhaust, both cousins track Warworld down.
Warworld is bigger and more dangerous than they could have imagined. Mongul controls its sensors and war-making machinery (including incredibly-powerful missiles) from a headset in its command chair. Detecting their approach, Mongul decides to test his new weapon on them.
Superman and Supergirl find Warworld and are beset by its missiles, any of which has the power to kill them. The two heroes defeat Mongul by forcing him to use all the weapons on Warworld against them, which causes him to pass out from the mental strain imposed by the headset. But the planet is still sending out weaponry against them, now that it has been activated.
Supergirl flies out a great distance in space, then pours on full speed, achieves a velocity greater than she ever has before, and punches straight through Warworld, destroying its computer core and deactivating it. She comes out on the other side and hurtles headlong into space, unable to stop herself. Superman enters, discovers Mongul has somehow escaped Warworld, and programs the planet to destroy itself, which it does. But he still has to track down Supergirl, wherever she has gone.
Appearing in Johnny Thunder: "Whatever Happened to Johnny Thunder?"
- Silk Black
- Charles & Becky Tane (First appearance) (Johhny Thunder and Madame .44's children)
- Dorothea Tane (Dies in flashback)
- Sheriff Tane
Synopsis for Johnny Thunder: "Whatever Happened to Johnny Thunder?"
- This book was first published on September 11, 1980.
- "Warworld!" was reprinted in Superman Vs. Mongul and Showcase Presents: DC Comics Presents Superman Team-Ups Vol. 2.
- Johnny Thunder (Jonathan Tane) makes a reference to Bouncing Boy (Charles Taine) when he speaks to his kids; "Now remember, children, this whole story is just between our darling daughter Becky and our bouncing baby boy, Chuck."
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