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"The Great Superboy Hoax!": To see if Pete Ross is qualified to take over for him if he should unexpectedly perish, Superboy fakes his death and arranges for Pete to gain temporary super-powers and take his identity as the second Superboy.


Quote1 If we get out of this alive, it'll be a miracle! Quote2
-- Uncle Brainiac



Appearing in "The Great Superboy Hoax!"

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Other Characters:

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Items:

Vehicles:

  • Capsule/Space-Bubble
  • Kent Station Wagon

Synopsis for "The Great Superboy Hoax!"

To see if Pete Ross is qualified to take over for him if he should unexpectedly perish, Superboy fakes his death and arranges for Pete to gain temporary super-powers and take his identity as the second Superboy.

Appearing in "The Lair of Brainiac!"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Villains:

  • Brainiac (First appearance as Uncle Brainiac) (Flashback only)

Other Characters:

Locations:

  • Bryak (Flashback only)
  • Earth (Flashback and main story)
  • Rao (Flashback only)

Items:

  • 21 Y-Ronatort/21 Y-Runatort (Mentioned only)
  • Flash-Gun (Flashback only)
  • Growth Ray-Gun (Flashback only)
  • Enlarging Ray (Flashback only)
  • Hyper-Z-Bombs (Flashback only)
  • Mind-Prober
  • Mind-Prober Ray
  • My Life on Krypton
  • Shrinking Ray-Gun (Flashback only)
  • Shrinking Ray (Flashback only)
  • Space-Warp (Flashback only)
  • Uroxium (Flashback only)

Vehicles:

  • Flying Saucer (Mentioned only)
  • Space-Ships (Flashback only)

Synopsis for "The Lair of Brainiac!"

Superboy once again uses his mind-prober ray and Total Recall power to remember an adventure during his babyhood as Kal-El of Krypton. He recalls how the space villain Brainiac kidnapped him, intending to ransom him to Jor-El for an invention of the latter’s. But Brainiac’s ship teleports to a yellow solar system, where Kal-El gains super-powers and causes such havoc that Brainiac and his henchmen gladly restore him to his home, without Jor-El ever knowing he was gone.

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