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"Rebello, the Human Robot!": When Superboy creates a robot that is too perfect, it tries to take his place both as Clark Kent and the Boy of Steel, and gets dubbed “Rebello”.


Quote1 It's a bargain, Superboy! I'll destroy the tape... If you give me the power to fly for three hours! I've always dreamed of flying the way you do! Quote2
-- Lana Lang



Appearing in "Rebello, the Human Robot!"

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Synopsis for "Rebello, the Human Robot!"

When Superboy creates a robot that is too perfect, it tries to take his place both as Clark Kent and the Boy of Steel, and gets dubbed “Rebello”.

Appearing in "The Day Superboy Was a Coward"

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  • Uniform Gang

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  • Tom Keating
  • a gym coach
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  • Pug Waters
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Synopsis for "The Day Superboy Was a Coward"

Superboy recalls a time early in his crime-fighting career when he thought he had killed a crook by miscalculating the force of his punch, and almost gave up being Superboy as a result.

Appearing in "The Flying Girl of Smallville!"

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Synopsis for "The Flying Girl of Smallville!"

As a reward for not trying to discover his secret identity, Superboy gives Lana Lang the power of flight, while connected by a device to him, for three hours...but if she remains connected without interruption for all that time, she will have the power of flight forever.

Notes

  • According to the third story in this issue, and the first story of Lois Lane #8, Kal-El always had technology capable of transferring his super powers into other people.

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