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"Jimmy Olsen: "The Dealers of Death"": Dave Stevens gets shot by a hitman while investigating the Reverend Sun, and Jimmy Olsen becomes Elastic Lad to find the killer and continue the investigation.



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Synopsis for Jimmy Olsen: "The Dealers of Death"

Dave Stevens gets shot by a hitman while investigating the Reverend Sun, and Jimmy Olsen becomes Elastic Lad to find the killer and continue the investigation.

Appearing in Superman: "A Phoenix of Steel"

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Synopsis for Superman: "A Phoenix of Steel"

In order to stop the monstrous Krogg from devastating Earth-One, the Supermen of both Earths are merged into a single, double-powered Superman.

Appearing in Lois Lane: "The Destruction of the Temple"

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Synopsis for Lois Lane: "The Destruction of the Temple"

When the Eliminator makes a second attack on the hospitalized Dave Stevens, Lois Lane investigates his connection with the Reverend Sun.

Appearing in Krypto: "Double Trouble"

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Synopsis for Krypto: "Double Trouble"

After making his first picture, Krypto must choose whether to stay in Hollywood, or help Ed Lacy find his missing nephew.

Appearing in Nightwing & Flamebird: "Battle with the Bizarro Brain"

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Synopsis for Nightwing & Flamebird: "Battle with the Bizarro Brain"

Nightwing and Flamebird must replace a weather-control tape which has been affected by the Bizarro duplicator ray, making it create chaotic weather in Kandor.

Appearing in Supergirl: "Birthright of Power"

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Synopsis for Supergirl: "Birthright of Power"

Supergirl takes the Visitors to the prison planet of Kronis and then heads back towards Earth, saving a spacecraft from Xudar on the way. But a disembodied intelligence alerts Klax-Ar, a Kryptonian villain on a space-sled, to her presence. After he attacks her with his sled of nigh-invulnerable metal, he telepaths to Supergirl his past history: a former Kryptonian criminal, Klax-Ar has destroyed his super-powers through exposure to atron-rays. Years ago, he sought to transfer Superboy's powers to his own body, but Superboy tricked him with a Superboy robot and banished him to space. Since then, Klax-Ar has short-circuited the Superboy robot and used its parts to construct the space-sled. He engages Supergirl in battle, intending to steal her powers. Supergirl heads for Earth, and is followed by Klax-Ar. The polluted Earth atmosphere which made it impossible for Superman's robots to function also renders his sled useless. Supergirl knocks him and his sled to Midvale, then takes Kull-Ex in hand and heads for Kronis. Meanwhile, Snapper Carr has found the wreckage of Kull-Ex's sled and lays claim to it, and Fred and Edna Danvers are helping Zor-El and Allura establish secret identities on Earth.

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  • The Jimmy Olsen and Superman stories take place simultaneously. Superman appears at the end of the Jimmy Olsen story to take Olsen to Earth-Two at the end of the Superman story. Then, the Lois Lane story deals with the aftermath of both stories, as Lane takes over Olsen's investigation while he is away from Earth-One.
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