- Everyone gets a golden egg but me!
- -- Jimmy Olsen
Appearing in "Elastic Lad Jimmy and His Legion Romances!"Edit
- Intergalactic Explorers Society (Mentioned)
- Legion of Super-Heroes (Mentioned)
- Science Police (Mentioned)
- Space Zoologists
- Astro Museum
- Legion Clubhouse
- Metropolis Spaceport
- Legion Constitution
Synopsis for "Elastic Lad Jimmy and His Legion Romances!"Edit
Having invited Lucy Lane over for a date, Jimmy tries his best to try to impress her in hope that she will like him more. However, everything turns out to be uninteresting and dull compared to her other suitors. When Jimmy attempts to show her the exploits of the Legion of Super-Heroes with the aid of the time monitor they gave him, their date is interrupted by the arrival of Ultra-Boy and Sun-Boy who have come to ask for Jimmy's help on a mission in the 30th Century. Jimmy agrees to go, and tells Lucy to stay and watch him in action on the time monitor, hoping this is the ticket he needs to get her to like him.
In the future, Jimmy is left with Saturn Girl, Triplicate Girl, and Light Lass who tell him that he has to be active with the Legion at least twice a year, and so they give him a replica of his Elastic Lad costume and serum so that he can assist them in transporting a priceless Venusian idol to the Astro Museum. Along the way Jimmy not only has to deal with disasters, wild animals and criminals, but also the romantic advances of the three female Legion members.After their mission is over, the three girls fight over Jimmy's affections until he is picked up by Ultra-Boy and Sun-Boy who return Jimmy to his own time. With Jimmy gone the girls drop their charade, having staged the whole thing, knowing that Lucy Lane would be watching on the time monitor, in hopes that their advances on Jimmy would make her jealous enough to treat him better. When Jimmy returns to his own time, he finds that Lucy had fallen asleep, and demands a taxi home after listening to Jimmy's "wild story". Watching this through their own time monitor in the 30th Century, the Legion girls are disappointed with the outcome of their little charade.
Appearing in "The Death March!"Edit
- Jimmy Olsen (First appearance as Private Olsen)
- Garver (Flashback and main story)
- Col. White (In a photograph only)
- Simon Legree (Mentioned)
- Daily Sentinel
Synopsis for "The Death March!"EditTo win a bet with a rival editor, Perry White concocts a fictitious ancestor of his and determines to clear his name by making Lois, Clark, and Jimmy duplicate an alleged “death march” of Civil War days.
Appearing in "The Goose with the Golden Eggs!"Edit
- Jimmy Olsen (Flashback and main story)
- Amanda the Goose (Flashback and main story) (Only appearance; dies)
- Atlanteans (On a TV or computer screen)
- Gold Kryptonite (Mentioned)
- Magic Pitcher
- Experimental Polaris Submarine
- Flying Newsroom (Flashback and main story)
Synopsis for "The Goose with the Golden Eggs!"Edit
In a wizard’s cave, Jimmy discovers the legendary goose that lays golden eggs, but cannot figure out the magic word to make her lay them.
- "Elastic Lad Jimmy and His Legion Romances!" is reprinted in Adventure Comics #503, Legion of Super-Heroes Archives, Volume 3 and Showcase Presents: Legion of Super-Heroes, Volume 1.
- "Death March" is reprinted in Superman Family #164.
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- ↑ First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks