Appearing in "Superman's First Exploit"Edit
Synopsis for "Superman's First Exploit"Edit
Dr. Reese Kearns, once discredited for panicking Metropolis with a meteor “hoax”, gets the Daily Planet to run a contest in search of Superman’s earliest super-feat. When pressed for the answer, Superman uses his super-memory to recall an incident in which, as baby Kal-El, he briefly emerged from Jor-El’s rocket, fought a crystalline insect on a meteor, and then pushed off from the meteor to return to his rocket. The push-off sent the meteor off course and caused it to miss Metropolis, thus invalidating Kearns’s claim. With that revelation, which Kearns had suspected, his reputation is repaired.
Appearing in "The Thefts of Clark Kent"Edit
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Synopsis for "The Thefts of Clark Kent"Edit
Clark Kent steals four meteors which are actually Kryptonite coated with lead from a strange space cloud. Later, Superman clears Clark Kent’s name.
Appearing in "The Super-Outlaw of Metropolis"Edit
Synopsis for "The Super-Outlaw of Metropolis"Edit
Lex Luthor creates an alloy that picks up energy Superman uses in his super-feats and transmits it to a suit of electronic armor he has invented. The suit gives Luthor all of Superman’s powers, but Superman defeats him by exposing himself to Kryptonite, which also transmits weakness to Luthor’s suit.
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