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"This Town for Plunder!": A villain called Stasis, with the power to stop all biological functions in his victim’s bodies, comes to Smallville, paralyzes Superboy with his power, and tries to take over the town. Lana Lang rallies the Smallvillers, and as they battle Stasis and his gang, the vil



Appearing in "This Town for Plunder!"

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Synopsis for "This Town for Plunder!"

A villain called Stasis, with the power to stop all biological functions in his victim’s bodies, comes to Smallville, paralyzes Superboy with his power, and tries to take over the town. Lana Lang rallies the Smallvillers, and as they battle Stasis and his gang, the villain’s power is overloaded. Superboy breaks free and defeats his enemy.

Appearing in "What Goes Up... Can't Come Down"

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Synopsis for "What Goes Up... Can't Come Down"

The Doom Patrol survive their encounter with the Gravity Lord, and Supergirl manages to save the people endangered by the Gravitron Man. But both villains are motivated by a family feud that stretches back over two centuries, when an English lord named Tain disowned his son for American sympathies during the Revolution. That son went to America, changed his name to Clement, and became father to a line of multi-millionaires. The Tains did not do so well, and suffered poverty. Now both Tain and Clement have developed anti-gravity control simultaneously, and attack each other, though their combined gravitic force may destroy the Earth...just as the disembodied intelligence plans. When Supergirl confronts them over the Atlantic, they break off their battle and attack her in unison.

Appearing in "Requiem in the Rain"

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Synopsis for "Requiem in the Rain"

Ed and Krypto finally track down Tommy and Joe Skinner, but find a mob hitman out to kill them all.

Appearing in "Whatever Happened to the Guardian?"

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  • Adam
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  • Great Frog (band)

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Synopsis for "Whatever Happened to the Guardian?"

Jimmy Olsen and the Newsboy Legion contact Speedy at a Great Frog concert and ask him about his connection with Jim Harper. After they are attacked by a gang of Olsen clones and defeat them, Jimmy and the Newsboys learn that Speedy is the nephew of the original Guardian. They deduce that the clones came from the DNA Project in Metropolis, so Speedy joins Jimmy and the Newsboys to investigate.

Appearing in "My Father...Superman"

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Synopsis for "My Father...Superman"

Superman uses a computer in his Fortress of Solitude to speculate on what would have occurred if Krypton had perished before he was born.

Appearing in "The Hand of Death"

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Synopsis for "The Hand of Death"

Lois Lane, Superman, and the Human Cannonball encounter the Butcher, a servant of Adam with a cancer-producing ray in his mechanical arm prosthesis.

Appearing in "The Ordeal of Ak-Var"

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Synopsis for "The Ordeal of Ak-Var"

Ak-Var is kidnapped and subjected to a brainwashing process by the Ampar.

Notes

  • "My Father...Superman" is not an Imaginary Story, but the computer simulation in the story is very similar in function to an Imaginary Story, so this story is often considered an "honorary" Imaginary Story.

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