"The Wild Teen-Agers!": Two teenagers from another world, Raldo and Vanie, are in love, but their fathers refuse to let either see the other because of a sharp disagreement on the true nature of Superboy, whom none of them have met. Raldo and Vanie elope and run away to Earth. Then they put Jo
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Appearing in "The Wild Teen-Agers!"
Synopsis for "The Wild Teen-Agers!"
Two teenagers from another world, Raldo and Vanie, are in love, but their fathers refuse to let either see the other because of a sharp disagreement on the true nature of Superboy, whom none of them have met. Raldo and Vanie elope and run away to Earth. Then they put Jonathan and Martha Kent in suspended animation and impersonate them, pretending the Kents have somehow become teenagers again. This is part of a plot to get Superboy to take them to a point in space where they can catch a ride back to their homeworld, since their fathers have patched things up. Eventually, Superboy puts things to rights, gets the young couple back to their homeworld, and brings his parents out of suspended animation.
Appearing in "Krypto's Family Tree!"
- Superboy (Flashback and main story)
- Zypto (Krypto's father) (Flashback only) (First appearance) (Single appearance)
- Nypto (Krypto's grandfather) (Flashback only) (First appearance) (Single appearance)
- Vypto (Krypto's great-grandfather) (Flashback only) (First appearance) (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "Krypto's Family Tree!"
When Krypto is inexplicably frightened by an insect, Superboy hooks his dog up to the mind-prober helmet and telecasts Krypto’s memories onto a screen. Both of them see and hear Jor-El’s lecture to Kal-El about Krypto’s family tree: Zypto, Krypto’s father, avoided extermination by an anti-virus squad by being given a wing-growing serum and passing himself off as a hybrid bird; Zypto’s father Nypto defeated an alien attempt to steal livestock from Krypton; and Nypto’s father Vypto threw a couple of telepathic hounds off the trail of stolen loot by broadcasting an image of a horrible insect into their minds. Jor-El showed Kal-El and Krypto a picture of the insect, which frightened young Krypto badly. Superboy deduces that the sight of a similar insect triggered Krypto’s fright reflex.
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