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Appearing in "The Three Secret Identities of Superboy"Edit

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  • Bronco Pete (Single appearance)[1] (a rodeo star)
  • Lydia Crane (Single appearance)[1] (a game show contestant)
  • Thomas Jones (Single appearance)[1] (a game show contestant)

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Synopsis for "The Three Secret Identities of Superboy"Edit

Lana Lang is one of three contestants on a quiz show who are challenged to guess which of three guests is the real Superboy.

Appearing in "The Execution of Krypto"Edit

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  • Gadget Gaines (Single appearance)[1]
  • Univac Smith (Single appearance)[1]

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Synopsis for "The Execution of Krypto"Edit

In order to trap a gangleader, Superboy has Krypto appear to cause Clark Kent’s death and be “executed” with phony Kryptonite.

Appearing in "The Man Who Destroyed Krypton"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Man Who Destroyed Krypton"Edit

Klax-Ar, a renegade scientist exiled from Krypton in years past by Jor-El, claims responsibility for the destruction of Superboy’s homeworld (falsely) and, his powers on the wane thanks to exposure to atron-rays, puts into motion a scheme to sap the powers from Superboy and infuse them into his own body.

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TriviaEdit

  • In the first story in this issue, Superboy appears as a contestant on a game show called Unmask the Truth. This program is an homage to an actual 1950s game show called To Tell the Truth.
  • This issue includes a one-page "Varsity Vic" humor sketch.

See Also



  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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