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Superboy Vol 1 174

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"The Colossal Superdog!": This story is reprinted from Adventure Comics #262.



Appearing in "The Colossal Superdog!"

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Synopsis for "The Colossal Superdog!"

This story is reprinted from Adventure Comics #262.

Krypto is affected by the radiations of a strange element and a Kryptonite meteor, making him a giant and giving him rabies. Superboy finally cures him by using the same elements to make himself a giant, giving Krypto an X-ray vision treatment, and then turning his own vision on himself by way of mirrors to reduce himself to normal size.

Appearing in "The Gorilla with Super-Eyes!"

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  • Doc Baird (Single appearance)
  • Chandu (Gorilla) (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Gorilla with Super-Eyes!"

This story is reprinted from Adventure Comics #219.

A giant gorilla gains super-vision powers by drinking powdered Kryptonite, and gangster Doc Baird puts his power to work for crime, with his Kryptonite radiations even proof against Superboy.

Appearing in "The Super-Zoo from Krypton"

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  • Giant Butterfly
  • Iron-Eating Hen
  • Mind-Reading Animal
  • Super Beast
  • Zoo-Keeper (Dies in flashback)

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  • Blacky Stone

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  • Krypton Zoo (Flashback only)

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Synopsis for "The Super-Zoo from Krypton"

This story is reprinted from Superboy #53.

When a group of animal eggs from Krypton lands on Earth, Superboy helps hatch them and thus puts beasts from his native world into a temporary zoo. But gangster Blacky Stone lays a Kryptonite trap for him.

Appearing in "The Bird with Super-Powers"

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  • Unnamed Crook (Single appearance)
  • Socrates (bird) (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Bird with Super-Powers"

This story is reprinted from Adventure Comics #225.

Green Arrow’s regular arrows are stolen by crooks, and he has to resort to using trick arrows designed by children.

Appearing in "The Superdog That Was Greater Than Krypto!"

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Synopsis for "The Superdog That Was Greater Than Krypto!"

This story is reprinted from Superboy #105.

Superboy pretends to be made into a simpleton by a Red Kryptonite exposure (which really gives him six fingers on each hand) in order to trap two gangsters.

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  • This book was first published on March 9, 1971.
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