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Appearing in "Superboy's Last Day"Edit

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  • Doctor Ezra Lewis (Appears in flashback and main story)

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Synopsis for "Superboy's Last Day"Edit

While helping his foster parents with spring cleaning, Clark Kent remembers how his first Superboy robot, nicknamed “Friday”, helped save his life when Superboy had his first encounter with Kryptonite and didn’t know the nature of the green meteor which was killing him.

Appearing in "A Case of the Super Arrows"Edit

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  • Cougar Cain (a mobster) (Single appearance)[1]

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Synopsis for "A Case of the Super Arrows"Edit

In the distant future of 3000 A.D., Green Arrow and Speedy are hailed as great heroes from the past, and as such some people from the future send a token of appreciation into the past for the two heroes.

Receiving the package in their Arrowcave, Green Arrow and Speedy decide to try out these new arrows from the future. When they try to stop mobster Cougar Cain from heisting a bank, Green Arrow accidentally drops a hypnosis arrow which paralyzes the two in a trance long enough for Cain to steal Green Arrow's arrows from the future. Pulling off crimes with the arrows, Cain has a distinct advantage over law enforcement. However, Cain is foiled when taking Green Arrow up on an archery challenge, which Arrow manages to win, and wraps up the crooks with a mummy arrow. Afterwards, Green Arrow decides it's best to keep the arrows from the future "out of circulation" for a while.

Appearing in "A World Without Water"Edit

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  • Doctor Varn (a scientist) (Single appearance)[1]

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  • Admiral Brunt (a naval officer)(Single appearance)[1]
  • Zed-3 (a scientist from the future) (Single appearance)[1]

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Synopsis for "A World Without Water"Edit

Aquaman is thrown into the year 6958 A.D. by an accidental atomic explosion. There he is revived by Zed-3, a scientist, who informs them they have done limited time travel experiments, but that almost all water on Earth evaporated in a nova eruption 1000 years ago. The sea creatures adapted to life on land, and Earthmen invented pills to replace moisture content, which sustain Aquaman. Just as Zed-3 is about to send Aquaman back to 1958 with a time machine, criminal scientist Dr. Varn breaks in and attempts to hijack the device. Aquaman commands the land-dwelling whales, manta ray, octopi, and flying fish to defeat Varn and his gang. Then Aquaman is sent back to his normal era.

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TriviaEdit

  • This issue features a one-page "Casey the Cop" humor strip by Henry Boltinoff.



See Also



  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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