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"Death on Ice": At a time in which Jimmy Olsen is wondering whether waking time or dreamtime is reality, he is thrown into a conflict between gangsters and the hockey star they are attempting to bribe.



Appearing in "Death on Ice"

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Synopsis for "Death on Ice"

At a time in which Jimmy Olsen is wondering whether waking time or dreamtime is reality, he is thrown into a conflict between gangsters and the hockey star they are attempting to bribe.

Appearing in "Superbaby's Alien Pet"

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Synopsis for "Superbaby's Alien Pet"

An alien pilot crash-lands on Earth and is adopted briefly by Superbaby as a pet, before he communicates with the Babe of Steel and gets him to repair his spacecraft.

Appearing in "Crime Takes a Fall"

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Lois Lane learns of a plot by the crime organization SKULL to fix wrestling matches.

Appearing in "The Stranger"

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Synopsis for "The Stranger"

At a Christmas party in Pete Ross’s home, Clark Kent tells Jon Ross the story of how the death of the messianic Jo-Mon, 4000 years before its destruction, succeeded in breaking the power of the tyrant Al-Nei and bringing Krypton peace.

Appearing in "The Deadly Treasure of Mars"

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Synopsis for "The Deadly Treasure of Mars"

By planting fake Kryptonite on the surface of Mars and letting it be picked up by a Viking I photo, Supergirl and scientists at NASA smoke out a conspirator of Lex Luthor's and get Luthor to show them where a hidden rocket of his was hidden. Luthor escapes, uses the rocket to go to Mars, and tries to steal the "Kryptonite", only to be recaptured by Supergirl.

Appearing in "A Bad Day for Junkyard Blue!"

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Synopsis for "A Bad Day for Junkyard Blue!"

The Dog of Steel nabs a couple of bank robbers and restores the confidence of a junkyard dog.

Appearing in "The Reporter with the Radar Mind"

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Synopsis for "The Reporter with the Radar Mind"

Jimmy Olsen helps psychic Nicky Heller when the latter transfers his mental abilities to Jimmy so that he can bring help against crooks who are threatening him.

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