"Past, Present & Future!": Scientist Harold Vekko examines the Kryptonian Warsuit and suddenly hears the voice of Lex Luthor bellowing forth from it. Luthor's voice gives him very specific commands and says that he will reward him for his assistance.
- I'll regain all the power that was mine, Vekko -- all of it! And nothing shall stand in my way... not physical infirmity... not the law...
- -- Lex Luthor
Appearing in "Past, Present & Future!"
- Alice White
- Conduit (Flashback only)
- Jonathan Kent (Flashback only)
- Martha Kent (Flashback only)
- Shadowdragon (Behind the scenes)
- Team Luthor
- Captain Jacobs
- Dave Herbert
- Harold Vekko
- Gillian Felton
- Nikolas the dog
- Sunnyside Health Care Facility
Synopsis for "Past, Present & Future!"
Scientist Harold Vekko examines the Kryptonian Warsuit and suddenly hears the voice of Lex Luthor bellowing forth from it. Luthor's voice gives him very specific commands and says that he will reward him for his assistance.
Meanwhile, Superman saves a man's life then meets back up with Lois. He is still frustrated over his failure to find Jimmy Olsen, but is committed to maintaining the search. He changes back into his civilian guise and returns to work at the Daily Planet.
Superman flies to Sunnyside health care facility and discovers that Lex Luthor's life-support system contains nothing but a clever-looking robot designed to look like Luthor. The real Luthor is with Harold Vekko in Bimini.
Superman pays a visit to LexCorp and meets the Contessa. Erica shares information with Superman relating to Conduit and the missing Jimmy Olsen. Superman takes the information and finds a silo leading into Conduit's underground Pipeline. When he arrives, he finds a squad of Team-Luthor soldiers have already arrived.
Later, Lex Luthor's physical health greatly improves, and he is in better shape than he's ever been in his life.
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Adventures of Superman #525: 1995/27
Action Comics #712: 1995/29