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"Superboy: "The Curse of the Un-Secret Identity!"": When Superboy considers giving up his secret identity, some aliens give him a mental picture of what would happen if he did, and he decides not to.



Appearing in Superboy: "The Curse of the Un-Secret Identity!"

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  • Xyth spacecraft (Single appearance)

Synopsis for Superboy: "The Curse of the Un-Secret Identity!"

When Superboy considers giving up his secret identity, some aliens give him a mental picture of what would happen if he did, and he decides not to.

Appearing in Lois Lane: "Coils of the Cobra"

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  • Criminals impersonating the rock band "Cobra" (Single appearance)
  • Curly (A cobra)

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Synopsis for Lois Lane: "Coils of the Cobra"

When a rock band's manager is killed by a cobra, Morgan Edge sends Lois Lane to investigate the story.

Appearing in Private Life of Clark Kent: "Clark Kent's Super-Secret"

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  • Edgar "Beak" Phillips (Lex Luthor's henchman) (Single appearance) (On a TV or computer screen)
  • Harvey Taylor (Lex Luthor's henchman) (Single appearance) (On a TV or computer screen)

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  • Lola Barnett's x-ray binoculars

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Synopsis for Private Life of Clark Kent: "Clark Kent's Super-Secret"

Lola Barnett becomes convinced that, since Clark Kent's hair does not grow, he wears a hairpiece, and determines to prove the newscaster is really bald.

Appearing in Jimmy Olsen: "Victory Cup for a Dead Man"

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  • Mordecai Monroe (Single appearance)

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  • Jean-Paul Andoletti (A race car driver) (Appears only as a corpse)

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Synopsis for Jimmy Olsen: "Victory Cup for a Dead Man"

Jimmy Olsen is assigned to unravel the mystery of a race-car driver who runs a race as a corpse.

Appearing in Mr. & Mrs. Superman: "Lois Lane's Super Risk"

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  • "Stogie" and henchman

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Synopsis for Mr. & Mrs. Superman: "Lois Lane's Super Risk"

While Superman is out on patrol, Clark Kent is at home cooking a romantic dinner for his wife Lois Lane Kent. Can Lois figure out which one is an impostor?

Appearing in Supergirl: "The Screamin' Demon"

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Synopsis for Supergirl: "The Screamin' Demon"

Supergirl is attacked by the Superboy robot in the sky over Midvale, but it stiffens and falls only seconds later. She takes it back to Snapper Carr at S.T.A.R. Labs, neither of them aware that the robot has been possessed by an evil intelligence. Paul French, a New Athens student, is seeking to erase the memory of his criminal past by developing a "transistorized brain" in the robotics lab. The emanations from the brain cause Paul to revert to villainy. He constructs a suit of armor for himself with circuits that can absorb power from Supergirl via a "biofeedback" technique. Conversely, when Supergirl tries to use that stolen power, she feels pain. The Girl of Steel overcomes her foe by using one of her "stolen" powers so severely that Paul French feels feedback pain and collapses. When she frees him from the armor, Paul has recovered from his spell of recidivism, and she intervenes with the authorities to get him another chance at New Athens.

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  • This book was first published on February 8, 1979.
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