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"Jimmy Olsen: "I Scared Superman to Death"": The Quazars, a race of Amazons from space, use Superman as a broadcast agent to instill phobias in all males so that they may be easily subjugated, and Jimmy Olsen and Lucy Lane must find a way of defeating them.



Appearing in Jimmy Olsen: "I Scared Superman to Death"

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Synopsis for Jimmy Olsen: "I Scared Superman to Death"

The Quazars, a race of Amazons from space, use Superman as a broadcast agent to instill phobias in all males so that they may be easily subjugated, and Jimmy Olsen and Lucy Lane must find a way of defeating them.

Appearing in Lois Lane: "The Sleeping Doom!"

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  • Kzga (Single appearance)

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  • Slinky Sam (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Lois Lane: "The Sleeping Doom!"

This story is reprinted from Superman's Girlfriend, Lois Lane #18.

Lois Lane discovers a plot of an alien being to take over her body, unless she can remain awake for ten days straight.

Appearing in "Supergirl Visits the 21st Century!"

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  • Jik (Single appearance)
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  • Anti-Gravity Gun
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    • Sky Hook

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  • Venus Probe (Destroyed)

Synopsis for "Supergirl Visits the 21st Century!"

This story is reprinted from Action Comics #255.

While reading a newspaper about a Venus probe, Linda Lee learns of its failure to meet its mark. She is then sent a secret message from Superman encouraging her to keep on practicing her super-powers, and encourages her to use them to travel into the future and visit the 21st Century. That night, Linda changes into Supergirl and uses her powers to breach the time barrier and travel to the 21st Century.

There she happens upon an orphanage on an asteroid that in trouble when a satellite breaks through its protective dome. Supergirl secretly seals the dome, however when she is about to deal with the satellite, a young orphan named Tommy uses an anti-gravity ray on it causing it to collide with her and explode. This causes her to land near a chunk of Kryptonite. Too weak to move the Kryptonite away, she is unwittingly saved by Tommy when showing off his "Changer Ray" to his friend Jik, turns the chunk into ice.

Supergirl decides to secretly follow the two orphans to make sure they don't get into anymore trouble. However, when they do find some, such as when they are attacked by an alien beast, and caught in quicksand, they manage to free themselves with different futuristic devices before Supergirl can secretly come to their rescue. When the boys return to the orphanage, Supergirl uses her x-ray vision to learn that Tommy is to be adopted that day. Deciding to check on his arriving adoptive family, Supergirl finds that their ship is in trouble and smashes all the meteors that bar their path ensuring that they make it to the space orphanage. With Tommy adopted, Supergirl returns to her own time and resumes her identity as Linda Lee. Transcribing the event in her diary, she realizes that young Tommy will soon grow up to be the 21st Century hero Tommy Tomorrow.

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