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"Happy Birthday, Superman!": contents page
Appearing in "Happy Birthday, Superman!"
Synopsis for "Happy Birthday, Superman!"
Appearing in "The Night of the Looters"
Synopsis for "The Night of the Looters"
Jimmy Olsen faces King Cougar, who plans to loot Metropolis with the help of a power-draining device.
Appearing in "The Mass Murderer from Krypton"
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Synopsis for "The Mass Murderer from Krypton"
Argon and his fellow guerillas perish from the plague, but Superman cures the populance of Sunworld with White Kryptonite.
Appearing in "The Star Who Loved Lois Lane!"
Synopsis for "The Star Who Loved Lois Lane!"
Superman and the Human Cannonball vie for Lois’s hand while Wolf Weinman’s gang attacks her and the Starseed, a being from outer space, seeks to make her his mate.
Appearing in "The Second Fastest Dog in Oregon"
Synopsis for "The Second Fastest Dog in Oregon"
Krypto races Commotion, the “fastest dog in Oregon,” while Ed Lacy tracks down clues to Tommy’s whereabouts. Later, Krypto is mysteriously teleported away.
Appearing in "The Crime-Lord of Kandor"
Synopsis for "The Crime-Lord of Kandor"
Nightwing and Flamebird begin trying to combat a large criminal gang in Kandor.
Appearing in "Memories of Menace"
Synopsis for "Memories of Menace"
Superman asks for a twenty-minute delay in closing the case, hoping to present new evidence at the end of that period. Over Shyla's lawyer's objections, Judge Ro-Lar agrees. Supergirl has taken a mento-tape recorder with her into the Zone, and, though she is attacked mentally by Jax-Ur, General Zod, and Kru-El, Mon-El appears and helps her beat them back with a physical assault--something the Zoners were not prepared for. Afterwards, she takes from Mon-El his memories of observing Lesla-Lar's plot against Supergirl and her impersonation of the Girl of Steel. Superman opens the Zone long enough to get the mento-tape, which is played back for the court and exonerates Supergirl. Kara is released from the Zone, and warns Shyla not to mess with her again. Shyla, who has been guided by a disembodied intelligence, tells her they will have a return bout. Meanwhile, Snapper Carr has presented letters of recommendation from the Justice League members to Fred Danvers and Zor-El (as "Roger Elton"), and is hired by Fred as his assistant.
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