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Superman Vol 1 263

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Superman Vol 1 263

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"Man of Molten Steel!": To get revenge on Superman, a movie producer gives up his power to dream to Dr. Phoenix. In turn, the Dr. is able to use his "mirage projector," making the producer's dream a reality, by turning "the man of steel" into a being of molten steel.



Appearing in "Man of Molten Steel!"

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  • 81st Street

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  • Sword of Apollo (Flashback and main story)

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  • Newsvan (Mentioned only)

Synopsis for "Man of Molten Steel!"

To get revenge on Superman, a movie producer gives up his power to dream to Dr. Phoenix. In turn, the Dr. is able to use his "mirage projector," making the producer's dream a reality, by turning "the man of steel" into a being of molten steel.

Appearing in "Unhappy Birthday to You!"

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Synopsis for "Unhappy Birthday to You!"

Clark Kent is given a surprise birthday party. During it, he recalls how, in ancient times, Kryptonians stored up destructive energy in their bodies which could only be released by expressing grief. Later, a tribal chief was able to find a serum to absorb that energy, however, on every sixth birthday of a Kryptonian, the serum causes them to release tears of sorrow.

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  • The second story reveals that June 18th is Superman's adopted birthday.

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