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"The Foe of 100 Faces": When the 100 turns a protest by black Metropolis citizens against an office building project into a riot, Lois Lane, the Thorn, Superman, and Dave Stevens help unmask the guilty parties and
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Synopsis for "The Foe of 100 Faces"
When the 100 turns a protest by black Metropolis citizens against an office building project into a riot, Lois Lane, the Thorn, Superman, and Dave Stevens help unmask the guilty parties and bring them to justice. Later, Superman builds both an office building and a much-needed low-rent apartment building for the area. Dave Stevens is hired as the Daily Planet’s first black columnist.
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Synopsis for "The Reptile Girl of Metropolis!"
When a tiny invader from the world of Tang dies in the Fortress of Solitude, he reveals to Superman that his band of space-pirates intend to kidnap several scientists in Earth's dimension, including a Dr. Price, and to use them as components in a living computer. With his dying breath, Yarr, the Tangian, tells Superman that his powers would be reduced to half-efficiency in their dimension. Accordingly, Superman summons Supergirl, creates an elaborate ruse in which both he and she impersonate Dr. Price and Lois Lane, fake being given reptilian skin and Lois's i.q. being boosted by a radiation experiment gone awry, and arrange to both be kidnapped by the Tang pirates. In that dimension, Superman's and Supergirl's powers are reduced, but their combined power is enough to defeat the Tangians. On Earth, the real Lois has been kidnapped by Superman and Supergirl to keep her out of harm's way (while Price has himself gone into hiding). Lois escapes and tries to solve the mystery on her own, but is told the truth by Superman and Supergirl when they return to Earth's dimension. Supergirl explains that, since the Tang had telepathic powers that could read Lois's mind, but not super-minds like hers and Superman's, they had to keep her in the dark.
- "The Reptile Girl of Metropolis!" is reprinted from Superman's Girlfriend, Lois Lane Vol 1 61
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