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"The Twilight World of No Return!": Superboy begins having distorted dreams in which Krypton did not explode. Kal-El's neighbor Dev-Em is annoyed that Kal and his father turn him in for his destructive pranks. Dev-Em gets even by turning Kal-El evil and helping him with acts of vandalism.



Appearing in "The Twilight World of No Return!"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Villains:

  • The Morlak (a Kryptonian creature)
  • Dev-Em (In dream sequence only)
  • Kryptonite Kid (In dream sequence only)

Other Characters:

  • Various Phantom Zone villains

Locations:

Items:

  • Anti-Grav Blaster (In dream sequence only)
  • Phantom Zone Ray Device
  • The Heart-Gem (In dream sequence only)
  • The Plasmok (In dream sequence only)

Vehicles:

  • Various Kryptonian Vehicles (In dream sequence only)
  • Kryptonite Kid's Flying Saucer (In dream sequence only)

Synopsis for "The Twilight World of No Return!"

Superboy begins having distorted dreams in which Krypton did not explode. Kal-El's neighbor Dev-Em is annoyed that Kal and his father turn him in for his destructive pranks. Dev-Em gets even by turning Kal-El evil and helping him with acts of vandalism. Kal-El is caught and sent to the Phantom Zone only to be restored by Dev-Em. The two boys travel to Earth to escape the Kryptonite Kid, who is a lawman. The delinquents discover they now possess super-powers, but the Kryptonite Kid changes himself into Gold K and remove them permanently. To get even Dev-Em turns him evil as well.

The three boys return to Krypton, where Dev-Em restores Kal-El's conscience. Dev-Em then exiled Kal-El back to the Phantom Zone with Krypto. The Knave of Krypton then turns Jor-El evil and causes him to destroy the planet. Only Dev-Em and Kryptonite Kid escape.

Superboy awakens from his nightmare and realizes that a Kryptonian creature called the Morlak has impersonated Krypto and is responsible for the dreams. Superboy sends the Morlak into the Phantom Zone where he can no longer plague the Boy of Steel.



Notes

  • This book was first published on February 17, 1966.
  • Jonathan Kent was last seen in the first story of Superboy #126; next seen in the first story of Superboy #130.
  • Martha Kent was last seen in the first story of Superboy #126; next seen in the first story of Superboy #130.
  • Krypto was last seen in the second story of Superboy #126; next seen in the third story of Superboy #131.
  • Jor-El & Lara were last seen in an imaginary scene in Action Comics #332; next seen in the first story of Superboy #133.
  • Kryptonite Kid was last seen in the third story of Superboy #99; next seen in Superman #299.

Trivia

  • Only 32 of this issues' 127 panels take place outside of Superboy's dreams.
  • Jax-Ur, Kru-El & General Zod are seen as small replicate statues in this issue. They are all seen, in actuality, next in Action Comics #336.



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Recommended Reading

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