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Superman Family Vol 1 194

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Superman Family Vol 1 194

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"When the Sorcerer Strikes!": Superboy helps Prof. Lewis Lang bring the cocoon of an “undying one” back from China, and finds himself in conflict with his childhood friend Gary--now Garok, a sorcerer.



Appearing in "When the Sorcerer Strikes!"

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Synopsis for "When the Sorcerer Strikes!"

Superboy helps Prof. Lewis Lang bring the cocoon of an “undying one” back from China, and finds himself in conflict with his childhood friend Gary--now Garok, a sorcerer.

Appearing in "Showdown"

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Nightwing and Flamebird discover that the Crime-Lord of Kandor is secretly Jur-Ll, a criminal version of Jor-El from the Krypton of another universe, and that he intends to use the Sun-Stone to enlarge himself and to destroy Kandor.

Appearing in "Armageddon Arrives Today!"

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  • Adam
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      • Green Lantern Clone
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Synopsis for "Armageddon Arrives Today!"

Superman, Jimmy Olsen, Lois Lane, the Newsboy Legion, Speedy, Tina Ames, the Golden Guardian, Dubbilex, and the DNA Project scientists join forces against Adam, cloned from the cells of the Guardian and Dubbilex, and his clone armies.

Appearing in "Nightmare in New Athens"

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Synopsis for "Nightmare in New Athens"

Supergirl returns to New Athens Experimental School to discover that Professor Martin, a sociology professor, has set up a mock prison on campus, with some students divided into "prisoners" and "guards." The guards are reacting with real violence to supposed "transgressions" of the prisoners, and Supergirl intervenes. Martin has created a device which turns human hatred into power channeled into his body, though, and gains super-strength and a powerful force-field when he stirs up the anger of Supergirl. He engages her in battle and seems about to defeat her when she merely hovers motionless, suspending her hatred, and Martin, who had been high above the Earth, falls. She knocks him out and catches him, stripping away his hate-siphoning device. Supergirl flies off with Martin, promising to put him where he can never menace humanity again. Meanwhile, Snapper Carr has devoted his spare time at STAR Labs to reconstructing the Superboy robot from Klax-Ar's sled, with the pollution-sensitive imperfection removed. The robot is possessed by the disembodied intelligence that works against Supergirl while Snapper sleeps. He awakens to see that it has crashed through the roof.

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  • Wraparound cover.

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