Appearing in "Superman's Big Crack-Up!"Edit
- Pam a friend of Steve Lombard
- Peter Silverstone an inventor
Synopsis for "Superman's Big Crack-Up!"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
Appearing in "The Private Life of Clark Kent - Two For the Taxi"Edit
- Freddy a thug
- Miss Conway Morgan Edge's secretary
- Wade Armstrong championship boxer
Synopsis for "The Private Life of Clark Kent - Two For the Taxi"Edit
Morgan Edge sends Clark Kent to investigate the kidnapping of a heavyweight championship boxer. As Clark leaves, he has an altercation with a pedestrian over a cab ride. He learns that the cab has been used as the payoff point for the champ's ransom. Clark takes the money and "allows" himself to be mugged by the crook. Aftewards, he follows him to his lair and frees the boxer. The champ knocks the thug out and then promises Clark the exclusive on the story.
- Normally, Steve Lombard handles sports related stories, but in "The Private Life Of Clark Kent", Morgan Edge expresses his displeasure with Steve's recent work and gives Clark the assignment.
- Second appearance of Blackrock
- This comic book features advertisements for the following products:
- —Hostess Twinkies – Batman and Robin starring in “Twinkieless Gotham City”
- —Magic Set novelty toys
- —1976 Bicentennial t-shirt
- —DC Comics – Batman limited collectors edition special & More Secret Origins of Super-Villains
- —DC Comics – Amazing World of DC Comics
- —Superwear – DC super-heroes apparel
- —Gold Crown toy fighting ships
- —DC Comics – 1st Edition specials catalogue
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- Cover gallery for the Action Comics series
Links and ReferencesEdit
- Action Comics #459 entry at the Grand Comics Database
- Blackrock biography at the Unofficial Guide to the DC Universe