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"Target of the Tarantula": Lois Lane is protected by a ghostly guardian while she and Superman go after the Masher Mob and a costumed vigilante called the Tarantula.



Appearing in "Target of the Tarantula"

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Synopsis for "Target of the Tarantula"

Lois Lane is protected by a ghostly guardian while she and Superman go after the Masher Mob and a costumed vigilante called the Tarantula.

Appearing in "The League of Fantastic Superman"

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  • 1962 (Flashback and main story)
  • Secret Cavern

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  • Anti-Gravity Belts
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  • X-5 (Destroyed)
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Synopsis for "The League of Fantastic Superman"

This story is reprinted from Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen #63.

Four Kandorian criminals gas the population of Kandor into unconsciousness and escape from the city's bottle. But Jimmy Olsen, visiting in the Fortress of Solitude, uses a Red Kryptonite ray on them, and thus gives the four of them outlandish-appearing heads. Later, the four Kandorians are captured by members of the Legion of Super-Villains who imitate them as part of a plot to free the Phantom Zone villains, but Jimmy, Supergirl, and the Superman robots capture them instead.

Appearing in "The Anti-Supergirl Plot!"

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Synopsis for "The Anti-Supergirl Plot!"

This story is reprinted from Action Comics #350.

"Fingers" Cooley and his gang dress as Green Arrow, Green Lantern, Batman, and Supergirl in a rock band called The Heroes. They use this as a cover for robberies, which the rest of the gang commits in the wealthy homes in which they play while Kim Lorne, the Supergirl impostor, does a solo set. When Kim learns of Cooley's thievery of a scientist's military secrets and mineral collection (including a powerful variety of Kryptonite), he threatens to have her parents harmed if she goes to the police. Supergirl, investigating the thefts, hears Kim's confession. When the crooks immobilize Supergirl with the Kryptonite, Kim rescues her. Supergirl then summons the real Green Lantern, Green Arrow, and Batman from Justice League headquarters to capture their crooked counterparts.

Appearing in "Krypto's Mean Master!"

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  • Solar Boy (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "Krypto's Mean Master!"

This story is reprinted from Adventure Comics #269.

When Superboy reprimands Krypto for playing super-pranks, the Dog of Steel goes into space and finds a new super-powered master in Solar Boy, who turns out to be a sadistic tormentor of the dog.

Appearing in "Clark Kent's Super-Dad"

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Synopsis for "Clark Kent's Super-Dad"

This story is reprinted from Adventure Comics #236.

A strange power-rod Superboy brings back from a dead planet gives Jonathan Kent super-powers, and he assumes the secret identity of Strongman to help his foster son.

Appearing in "The Good Deeds of Bizarro-Luthor!"

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  • Superman(Cameo)
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Synopsis for "The Good Deeds of Bizarro-Luthor!"

This story is reprinted from Adventure Comics #293.

When Bizarro No. 1 and his family are exiled from Htrae for making something perfect--the "S" symbol on the Bizarros' shirts--he creates a Bizarro-Luthor with the imperfect duplicating ray to help him regain his status. The Bizarro-Luthor is as noble as the real Luthor is evil, so he demands Bizarro do three good deeds before he will help. Grudgingly, Bizarro does the deeds, and Luthor gives him the idea he really needed: mass-produce Bizarro shirts with the "S" symbol backwards. With the terrible fashion misstatement now corrected, the Bizarros welcome their first family back to Htrae, and Luthor is honored with a pie in the face.

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