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- No, Superboy! Destiny will keep your super-feats out of the Daily Planet... until you grow up into me, Superman!
- -- Superman
Appearing in "The Trial of Superboy"Edit
- Superboy (Flashback and main story)
- Fenton (Single appearance) (a glass factory owner)
- Milton Rush (Single appearance) (an astronomer)
- Thomas Aldrich (Single appearance) (an attorney)
- Fenton's House/Fenton's Home (On a TV or computer screen)
- Smallville Glass Work (Destroyed in this issue) (Flashback and main story)
Synopsis for "The Trial of Superboy"EditTo keep a secret laboratory from coming to the attention of enemy agents, Superboy agrees to cooperate with a hoax in which a fragment of the rocket that brought him to Krypton is said to have burned down a Smallville business.
Appearing in "Clark Kent, Cub Reporter"Edit
- Bullet Gang
- Magnetic Mountain
- Kent Farm
- Smallville River
- Daily Planet
- Metropolis Times
Synopsis for "Clark Kent, Cub Reporter"EditClark Kent tries out for a cub reporter’s job on the Daily Planet again, figuring that he can perform super-deeds as Superboy and report them in his other identity...but it doesn’t quite work out that way.
Appearing in "The Two Boys of Steel"Edit
- Superboy (First appearance as Andy Lang)
- Andy Lang (In a photograph only)
- Children's Aid Society (Mentioned)
- Ronald Lang (Mentioned)
- Tom (Single appearance)
- Uncle Frank (Mentioned)
- Kryptonian Rocket (Mentioned)
Synopsis for "The Two Boys of Steel"Edit
When Clark Kent is struck by lightning and exposed to Kryptonite at the same instant, he suffers amnesia and loses his glasses. Lana Lang recognizes him as Superboy and helps him concoct a new secret identity as her cousin Andy, until his memory returns.
- "The Trial of Superboy" is reprinted in DC 100-Page Super Spectacular #15.
- "Clark Kent, Cub Reporter" is reprinted in Adventure Comics #321 and Superboy: The Greatest Team-Up Stories Ever Told.
- "The Two Boys of Steel" is reprinted in Superboy #129.
- This issue contains a one-page "Tricksy" humor strip, a one-page "Shorty" humor strip, and an activity page.
- Superboy uses the alias Andy Lang in this issue.
- Superboy image gallery
- Superboy appearances list
- Superboy quotes page
- Jonathan Kent image gallery
- Jonathan Kent appearances list
- Jonathan Kent quotes page
- Lana Lang image gallery
- Lana Lang appearances list
- Lana Lang quotes page
- Martha Kent image gallery
- Martha Kent appearances list
- Martha Kent quotes page
- Perry White image gallery
- Perry White appearances list
- Perry White quotes page
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- Cover gallery for the Superboy series
Links and ReferencesEdit
- Superboy series index at the Grand Comics Database
- Superboy article at Wikipedia
- Superboy article at Supermanica
- Krypto article at Wikipedia
- Krypto article at Supermanica
- Lana Lang article at Wikipedia
- Lana Lang article at Supermanica
- Martha Kent article at Wikipedia
- Martha Kent article at Supermanica
- ↑ First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks