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Limited Collectors' Edition Vol 1 C-38

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"Autograph, Please!": This story is reprinted from Superman #48.



Appearing in "Autograph, Please!"

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  • Breckenridge Inc.
  • Alexander Breckenridge III
  • Mugsy
  • Sharpley

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  • Commissioner (Mentioned only)

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  • Breckenridge Mansion
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Synopsis for "Autograph, Please!"

This story is reprinted from Superman #48.

Appearing in "The Juvenile Delinquents from Space!"

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Synopsis for "The Juvenile Delinquents from Space!"

This story is reprinted from Action Comics #315.

Zigi and Zagi, two boys from Alpha Centauri, cause trouble for Earth and Superman with their super-scientific gimmicks. But after he convinces them to return to their homeworld, the Man of Steel learns that an escaped convict has stowed away in their spacecraft.

Appearing in "Zigi and Zagi's Trap for Superman!"

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Synopsis for "Zigi and Zagi's Trap for Superman!"

This story is reprinted from Action Comics #316.

Superman tracks Zigi and Zagi back to their homeworld, where the two boys attempt to play matchmaker for Superman and their aunt Zyra.

Appearing in "The Mxyztplk-Susie Alliance!"

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Synopsis for "The Mxyztplk-Susie Alliance!"

This story is reprinted from Superman #40.

Appearing in "Superman's Day of Doom!"

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Synopsis for "Superman's Day of Doom!"

This story is reprinted from Superman #157.

Metropolis is set to observe Superman Day with a great parade in which Superman and many of his friends, including Supergirl and some Legionnaires, will participate. Superman is also given a prediction machine from the Cybern Galaxy in return for a good deed he once did them. The machine, which turns up at the Daily Planet, has the power to predict the answers to three future problems. Since Clark Kent has been threatened by a gangster lately, he asks who will rescue him if he is endangered that day, and the answer comes back: "L.L." Later, Superman's life is endangered when Bizarro leaves him with a "gift" of Green Kryptonite, flying off seconds later. Superman hopes for aid from any of his "L.L." friends, including Lana Lang, Lois Lane, Lori Lemaris, Lightning Lad, or Linda (Supergirl) Lee Danvers, but none of them are aware of his plight. Finally, Superman is saved in the nick of time by Steven Snapinn, a Little League baseball player. Superman presents Steven and his team for special recognition at the Superman Day rally.

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