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Superboy Vol 1 184

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Superboy Vol 1 184

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"The Glass Nightmare": In revenge for the death of their kinsman Faustus, the Coven family strikes back by rigging a phony “magic” mirror with images of a withered Superboy, attempting to destabilize his mind.



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Synopsis for "The Glass Nightmare"

In revenge for the death of their kinsman Faustus, the Coven family strikes back by rigging a phony “magic” mirror with images of a withered Superboy, attempting to destabilize his mind.

Appearing in "Dial H for Hero"

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  • Robby Reed (First appearance)
    • Giantboy
    • Cometeer
    • Mole

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Synopsis for "Dial H for Hero"

This story is reprinted from House of Mystery #156.

Appearing in "One Legionnaire Must Go!"

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Synopsis for "One Legionnaire Must Go!"

Matter-Eater Lad is framed for treason by his own brother, and must prove his innocence.

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