Appearing in "Lex Luthor and Clark Kent: Cell-Mates!"Edit
Synopsis for "Lex Luthor and Clark Kent: Cell-Mates!"EditLex Luthor frames Clark Kent after Clark's father, as a member of the parole board, refuses to parole Luthor. Clark ends up having to share a cell with Luthor. (13 pages)
Appearing in "The Secret Origin of Bouncing Boy"Edit
- Legion of Super-Heroes
- Unnamed Criminal with electric shocker
Synopsis for "The Secret Origin of Bouncing Boy"Edit
The Legion holds an "open audition". They reject a powerless rich kid named Lester Spiffany and an applicant called Storm Boy who fakes his powers with a hidden weather control device. Bouncing Boy is then randomly chosen to tell his origin. After gaining his bouncing powers by accidentally drinking a super-plastic formula, he is rejected for Legion membership. But when Bouncing Boy uses his rubbery properties to ground himself so he can defeat a criminal with an electric shocker, he is invited to join the Legion. His story encourages the new applicants to keep trying. (13 pages)
- "Lex Luthor and Clark Kent: Cell-Mates!" is reprinted in Superman Family #166.
- "The Secret Origin of Bouncing Boy" is reprinted in Superboy #180, Adventure Comics #498 and Legion of Super-Heroes Archives #1. The origin is briefly retold in Secret Origins #49.
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