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Appearing in "The Story of Superboy's Sister"Edit

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  • Gloria Alpert/Kent (Single appearance)[1] (a teenage girl)
  • John Alpert (Single appearance)[1] (Gloria's father)

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Synopsis for "The Story of Superboy's Sister"Edit

A girl named Gloria Alpert mistakenly believes that she is Clark Kent's sister from the planet, Krypton. She stays at the Kent farm until such time that Superboy discovers the truth.

Appearing in "The Super-Clown of Smallville"Edit

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Villains:

  • Museum looters

Other Characters:

  • Alvin Wilson Next (First appearance)
  • Hank (Single appearance)[1]
  • Miss Evans (Single appearance)[1]
  • Tod Wilson (Single appearance)[1]

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Synopsis for "The Super-Clown of Smallville"Edit

Superboy goes undercover as Alvin Wilson in order to ferret a gang of bank robbers out to kill the real Alvin Wilson.

Appearing in "The Wildest Weather in the World"Edit

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  • Idol

Synopsis for "The Wildest Weather in the World"Edit

Professor Lang discovers an ancient cursed idol. Whenever it is within the presence of something green in color, it begins radically altering the weather. Superboy makes numerous attempts to halt the idol's effects. Eventually, he uses his own costume to render the curse inert.

NotesEdit

  • "The Story of Superboy's Sister" is reprinted in Superman #222. In that issue, the story is re-titled as "The Secret of Superboy's Sister".
  • "The Super-Clown of Smallville" is reprinted in Best of DC #7.
  • "The Wildest Weather in the World" is reprinted in Four-Star Spectacular #4.


TriviaEdit

  • This issue contains a one-page "Little Pete" humor strip by Henry Boltinoff.

See Also



  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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