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"JLApe (Part VI of VIII) – The Apes of Wrath": SuperApe returns to normal by flying into space and exposing himself to direct sunlight. Superman then stops Ulgo from destroying the Pentagon with his giant Grogomesh robot.


Quote1 You are a famous human reporter, and I wish you to witness the righteousness of my actions and convey it to your people. Quote2
-- Ulgo



Appearing in "JLApe (Part VI of VIII) – The Apes of Wrath"

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  • Talisman of Krogg

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Synopsis for "JLApe (Part VI of VIII) – The Apes of Wrath"

SuperApe returns to normal by flying into space and exposing himself to direct sunlight. Superman then stops Ulgo from destroying the Pentagon with his giant Grogomesh robot.



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Trivia

  • SuperApe mimics the cover of Action Comics #1 in front of a shop called Action Comics.
  • Woody the Woodpecker appears on a billboard.
  • Three people turned into apes resemble the Three Stooges.



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