Appearing in "Luthor -- Super-Hero!"Edit

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    Appearing in "Luthor, Daily Planet Editor!"Edit

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  • Josiah White
  • Lillian Russell (First appearance)

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  • The planet Lexor is named in this issue.


TriviaEdit

  • Due to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the "Metropolis Mailbag" letters column reproduced an article from the Friday August 30, 1963 New York Times that detailed an upcoming Superman story featuring President John F. Kennedy. A memoriam note explains that the story was pulled due to Kennedy's assassination. The story did finally appear in Superman #170 at President Lyndon Johnson's request. Included is a detail from the original JFK and Superman cover by Curt Swan and George Klein that was planned for Superman (Volume 1) #170. It has never been printed anywhere else.[1]
  • This issue reveals that Lex Luthor is responsible for causing the San Francisco earthquake of 1906.
  • The cover copy markets this issue as an "All-Luthor" story.
  • Lex Luthor is also known as the "Defender" in this issue.

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