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"Superman & Batman: "Vengeance of the Altered Man"": Lois Lane is still upset about meeting Superman's son when she suddenly gets a call from the "mother" of the boy. She goes to the meeting place, unaware that it is a trap by the nefarious [



Appearing in Superman & Batman: "Vengeance of the Altered Man"

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Synopsis for Superman & Batman: "Vengeance of the Altered Man"

Lois Lane is still upset about meeting Superman's son when she suddenly gets a call from the "mother" of the boy. She goes to the meeting place, unaware that it is a trap by the nefarious Matt Hagen, also known as Clayface II, who has escaped from prison and returned to the secret mystical pool that grants him his shape-shifting powers.

In the meantime, Batman learns about Clayface II escape and Superman makes some repairings at the Fortress of Solitude after the Super-Sons incident. When Superman returns to Metropolis, he learns that Clayface has kidnapped Lois and he is using her to lure Superman into a trap. Knowing that, Superman first goes to visit Batman in the Batcave and the heroes recall the first time they met in their super-hero identities.

At Clayface's lair, the criminal tells Lois that his ultimate goal is not to kill Superman, but to lure Batman into his trap and get his long awaited revenge. When Superman arrives at the place, Clayface transforms into a Kryptonite creature and overpowers the Man of Steel. At that moment, Batman arrives and confronts Clayface, who shoots at the vigilante apparently killing him. After succeeding with his plan, Clayface prepares to kill Lois, but Superman stops him and shows no signs of weakness. Clayface is further confused when Batman disarms and captures him, showing no sign of injury after being shot. The heroes then explain that they used the same trick as they did during their first encounter and they switched identities to confuse the criminal. With Clayface under control, Batman leaves Superman to deliver Clayface to the authorities, after which the Man of Steel has a much concerning task: explaining Lois the truth about his son.

Appearing in Green Arrow: "Any Number Can Lose"

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Synopsis for Green Arrow: "Any Number Can Lose"

When Lola Fontana opens a new and supposedly legitimate gambling casino in Star City, Green Arrow exposes “her” casino as crooked and Lola “herself” as former gang boss and female impersonator Tony Roller.

Appearing in Hawkman: "Alone"

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Appearing in Aquaman: "What Light Through Underwater Breaks?"

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Synopsis for Aquaman: "What Light Through Underwater Breaks?"

Aquaman and Mera set up housekeeping in New Venice, only to be attacked by Dr. Light, who is motivated to kill Aquaman by his knowledge that the members of the Justice League will cause his death in the future, unless he kills them first. The sea king defeats Dr. Light by realizing his underwater light-weapon is powered by a stolen lantern-fish, which he telepathically orders to turn off its light.

Appearing in Captain Marvel: "The Monster Society Strikes Back"

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  • The Superman/Batman story written by Dennis O'Neil was published after his departure from DC Comics to work as an editor at Marvel Comics.

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