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"Clark Kent's Biggest Day!": While a magazine reporter is spending a day with him as an assignment, Clark Kent avoids assassination attempts by the Long-Hair Gang and delivers them into the hands of the police.



Appearing in "Clark Kent's Biggest Day!"

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  • The Long-Hair Gang

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  • Diana Adair

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Synopsis for "Clark Kent's Biggest Day!"

While a magazine reporter is spending a day with him as an assignment, Clark Kent avoids assassination attempts by the Long-Hair Gang and delivers them into the hands of the police.

Appearing in "Superman's Black Magic!"

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  • "Duke" Haskell (Single appearance)
  • "Lefty" Montez (Single appearance)
  • Two counterfeiters (One named Coker) (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "Superman's Black Magic!"

This story is reprinted from Superman #138.

The Daily Planet is having it's annual masquerade party, and all the Planet staffers are dressed up like various super-heroes, except for Clark Kent who has opted to dress up as Satan. When his super-senses pick up "Duke" Haskell and "Lefty" Montez discuss criminal business, Superman wishes that he could trap the two crooks however, he has never been able to get enough evidence to catch them. However, he takes an idea from his choice of costume and decides to use it to try and catch the two crooks.

Using a combination of his super-powers and some trickery, Superman convinces the two crooks that he is the devil and offers to grant them whatever they want... For a price. After they ask the "devil" to bring them various riches, Superman busts a counterfeiting ring on the side. When the two crooks ask for the perfect hideout from the law, "Satan" takes them to "Hell".

The two crooks believe this was the "devil's" intention all along, however, "Satan" offers them a chance to escape from "hell" sign some confessions admitting all their criminal activities. Upon doing so, the "devil" reveals his true identity and Superman turns both Haskell and Montez over to the police.

Appearing in "When Superman Killed His Friends!"

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  • Knarf (A space-hunter) (Single appearance) (Also in a vision)
  • The Parasite (Mentioned only)
  • Unnamed aliens

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  • Earth (Also in a vision)
  • The Sun (In a vision)
  • Unnamed planet

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Synopsis for "When Superman Killed His Friends!"

Superman is exposed to a piece of Red Kryptonite which gives him a prophetic dream, enabling him to capture a deadly organism that would have destroyed his friends.

Notes

  • This book was first published on November 2, 1967.
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