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"The Spoiled Superboy!": After Smallville city council president Swanson rejects the proposal to make Superboy an honorary member of the police force on the grounds that it might lead him to abuse his powers, the Boy of Steel unfairly but legally uses his powers to win a prize-fight and two cont



Appearing in "The Spoiled Superboy!"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Chief Edwards
  • Swanson

Villains:


Other Characters:

  • "Killer" Briggs

Locations:

Items:


Vehicles:




Synopsis for "The Spoiled Superboy!"

After Smallville city council president Swanson rejects the proposal to make Superboy an honorary member of the police force on the grounds that it might lead him to abuse his powers, the Boy of Steel unfairly but legally uses his powers to win a prize-fight and two contests. Then he gives all the prizes back to demonstrate he will not really abuse his powers. The city council votes to go ahead and give Superboy the honorary badge of a police deputy.

Appearing in "The Notorious Captain Sinbad Kent!"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Villains:

Other Characters:

  • Ben
  • Captain Kidd (Mentioned only)
  • Continental Congress (Mentioned only)
  • Davy Jones (Mentioned only)
  • Ed Dunn
  • George Washington (in picture only)
  • Kent Family (Mentioned only)
  • George Kent (Mentioned only)
  • John Kent (Mentioned only)
  • Lewis Kent (Mentioned only)
  • Vincent Kent (Mentioned only)
  • Lang Family (Mentioned only)
  • Dennis Lang (Mentioned only)
  • Douglas Lang (Mentioned only)
  • Hubert Lang (Mentioned only)
  • Richard Lang (Mentioned only)
  • Rupert B. Lang (Mentioned only)
  • Mr. Mayor

Locations:

  • Charleston Harbor

Items:

  • Smallville Gazette

Vehicles:

  • Sea Roc

Synopsis for "The Notorious Captain Sinbad Kent!"

Jonathan Kent is disgraced when a genealogy chart drawn up in Smallville High School exposes the fact that his ancestor during the Revolutionary War, Captain Sinbad Kent, was a notorious pirate. Superboy goes back in time, has an adventure with Sinbad Kent, and proves that he was actually a secret agent working for General Washington. After Superboy returns to the present, this is confirmed by the discovery of a document clearing Sinbad Kent’s name, signed by George Washington himself. The Kent family’s reputation is redeemed.

Appearing in "Life on Krypton!"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Villains:


Other Characters:

  • Cannonball Clam (Flashback only)
  • Jal-Dix (Flashback only)
  • Lara Rok-Var (Mentioned only)
  • Lightning Fish (Flashback only)

Locations:

  • Amusement Park (Flashback only)
  • Hall of Worlds (Flashback only)
  • Laboratory (Flashback only)
  • Nursery (Flashback only)
  • Robot Showroom (Flashback only)
  • Planet of a Hundred Moons (Flashback only)
  • Rao (Flashback only)
  • Smallville (Flashback and main story)

Items:

  • Cosmic Clock (Flashback only)
  • Fireproof Cape (Flashback only)
  • Home-Weather Machine (Flashback only)
  • Waterproof Dome (Flashback only)
  • Hyper Atomic Beam (Flashback only)
  • Life on Krypton
  • Metal Maid (Flashback only)
  • Mind Prober Ray
  • Muscle Man (Flashback only)
  • Space Telescopes (Flashback only)
  • Telescope-Viewers (Flashback only)
  • Speakwriter (Flashback only)
  • Super-Space Telescope (Mentioned only)
  • Watch Dog (Flashback only)

Vehicles:

  • Jet-Tubes (Flashback only)
  • Kryptonian Rockets (Flashback only)
  • Tube-Car (Flashback only)
  • Undersea Coaster (Flashback only)

Synopsis for "Life on Krypton!"

Superboy uses his powers of Total Recall and a Mind-Prober Ray to remember events of his babyhood on Krypton, with Jonathan Kent listening and Martha Kent transcribing Superboy’s recollections. He recalls how, about a year before Krypton’s destruction, Jor-El accidentally sent Krypto into space in a test rocket, breaking two-year-old Kal-El’s heart and causing Lara to take her son and leave him. But after Lara hears Jor-El called a fool at a public exhibition for having predicted Krypton’s imminent doom, she decides to return to her husband. Meanwhile, Superbaby accidentally triggers another experimental rocket which knocks Krypto’s rocket out of orbit and safely back to Krypton, where he is reunited with the puppy. Superboy emerges from his memory-session, deciding that he will continue with his memoirs in the future.

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