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"Supergirl: "The Face on Cloud 9"": Supergirl has become infatuated with Peter Barton and thinks of him continually. Thus, when Valerie Myles invites her to compete with a hypnotist in her parapsychology class,



Appearing in Supergirl: "The Face on Cloud 9"

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Synopsis for Supergirl: "The Face on Cloud 9"

Supergirl has become infatuated with Peter Barton and thinks of him continually. Thus, when Valerie Myles invites her to compete with a hypnotist in her parapsychology class, Supergirl's distracted thinking about Peter being "dynamic" leads her to super-hypnotize him, instead of her subject, at long distance, and give him the incredible strength latent in the human body. Calling himself "Dynamic", Peter creates a super-costume for himself. Since he believes that Valerie Myles is Supergirl, and wishes to make her give up her super-career, he causes a hazard which the real Supergirl has to repair. Then he changes back to his Peter Barton identity and tells Valerie she no longer has to become Supergirl, as Dynamic will take her place. Valerie is astonished, and Supergirl wonders how she can deal with Dynamic without a super-battle against the man she lusts after.

Appearing in Mr. & Mrs. Superman: "The Enigma of the Empty Elevator"

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  • Hector (Doorman of Daily Star building)
  • Doorman of Apex Apartments

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Synopsis for Mr. & Mrs. Superman: "The Enigma of the Empty Elevator"

When Bruce Wayne disappears from a moving elevator, Superman and Lois investigate and find that Wayne has been kidnapped by the Ultra-Humanite -- to serve as her next body!

Appearing in Private Life of Clark Kent: "Alakazam... It's Magic"

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Synopsis for Private Life of Clark Kent: "Alakazam... It's Magic"

While washing his clothes and putting on an impromptu magic show for a boy who lives in his apartment building, Clark Kent captures a gang of burglars.

Appearing in Lois Lane: "Wanted: One War -- Slightly Used"

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Synopsis for Lois Lane: "Wanted: One War -- Slightly Used"

Lois Lane covers an attack on Metropolis by phony “Nazi” sailors in a U-boat, which is a ruse to gain access to a lost Nazi fortune.

Appearing in Jimmy Olsen: "Hang-Glide to Nowhere"

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Synopsis for Jimmy Olsen: "Hang-Glide to Nowhere"

Jimmy Olsen and Steve Lombard, assigned to a hang-gliding story, are both kidnapped along with several other wealthy hang-gliders by a gang of crooks.

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