- While you're at it, why don't you rub noses? Didn't you ever hear of kissing a girl on the lips? Or is it beneath a Superman to display the emotion of love?
- -- Lois Lane
Appearing in "Titano the Super-Ape!"Edit
- Superman (Flashback and main story)
- Titano (Flashback and main story)
- Green Kryptonite (Appears in flashback and main story)
Synopsis for "Titano the Super-Ape!"Edit
At his Fortress of Solitude, Superman looks at his time monitor to check up on Titano in Earth's distant past. To his surprise, the creature suddenly vanishes from sight and reappears in modern day Metropolis. As the gigantic ape terrorizes the city, Superman's initial attack is rebuffed due to the super-apes Kryptonite vision. As it captures Lois Lane, Superman puts on his specially built lead suit to battle the beast.
The lead suit only proves to be a temporary protection as Superman flies too fast and the wind resistance causes the suit to melt away. After following Titano for a time, fixing the damage that he does, Superman realizes that Titano seems to be going for spherical objects. The Man of Steel then realizes that Titano was collecting a series of spheres in the Earth's past. Traveling back in time, Superman finds that they are some kind of gigantic coconut type fruit. Bringing one to the present, Titano begins to break it open and drink its contents.
This distracts the super-beast enough for Superman to save Lois Lane and then knock Titano back through the time barrier returning him to the past era where Superman had originally placed him.
Appearing in "Superman's Black Magic!"Edit
Synopsis for "Superman's Black Magic!"Edit
The Daily Planet is having it's annual masquerade party, and all the Planet staffers are dressed up like various super-heroes, except for Clark Kent who has opted to dress up as Satan. When his x-ray vision picks up "Drak" Haskell and "Lefty" Montez discuss criminal business, Superman wishes that he could trap the two crooks however, he has never been able to get enough evidence to catch them. However, he takes an idea from his choice of costume and decides to use it to try and catch the two crooks.
Using a combination of his super-powers and some trickery, Superman convinces the two crooks that he is the devil and offers to grant them whatever they want... For a price. After they ask the "devil" to bring them various riches, Superman busts a counterfeiting ring on the side. When the two crooks ask for the perfect hideout from the law, "Satan" takes them to "Hell".
The two crooks believe this was the "devil's" intention all along, however, "Satan" offers them a chance to escape from "hell" sign some confessions admitting all their criminal activities. Upon doing so, the "devil" reveals his true identity and Superman turns both Haskell and Montez over to the police.
Appearing in "The Mermaid From Atlantis!"Edit
Synopsis for "The Mermaid From Atlantis!"Edit
When Perry White sends Lois Lane and Clark Kent on an undersea assignment, Lori Lemaris telepathically taps into Clark's thoughts and decides to trick him into proposing to Lois.
While on board the ship, Lois tries to out scoop Clark by going underwater in a mini-sub to take photos. The sub becomes imperiled by a giant sea-beast, and Superman comes to her rescue. Afterwards, Lori uses her telepathy to order Superman to kiss Lois. However, he only kisses her on the nose instead of the lips, causing Lois to be mad at him.
Later, a castaway with amnesia is rescued by Lori. When he is safely on board the ship, she telepathically makes him propose to Lois in the hopes of making Superman jealous. This doesn't work, as Superman recognizes him as a foreign prince and thus, brings his father to the ship. The prime minister informs everyone that his son cannot marry Lois because he's already prearranged to marry someone else back home.
Finally, Lori tries to get Superman to see nothing but Lois's face everywhere, but this also fails.
While resuming his guise of Clark Kent, Superman is knocked overboard, and calls in Aquaman to save him so as to protect his secret identity. He then realizes what Lori was doing, and meets with her. He tells her to stop meddling in his romantic life and let him pick his own wife. Back on the ship, Clark wonders if Krypto will try to marry him off to Lois next.
- "Titano the Super-Ape!" is reprinted in DC Goes Ape.
- No trivia.
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