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Gra - Mo (Earth-1)

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Bio:
Jor-El II's direct competitor for a seat on the Science Council of Krypton.

In a worldwide broadcast, the two had to show their most useful inventions and then have the populace vote on which one they felt to be more useful. Jor-El II displayed his recently-discovered Phantom Zone projector.

Gra-Mo went next, showing off his new thought-controlled androids. It entirely malfunctioned. Gra-Mo immediately believed that Jor-El's Phantom Zone projector had somehow harmed his android. Despite the fact that later tests revealed the android was simply defective, Gra-Mo swore revenge.

He was arrested after the broadcast for having tampered with the Kryptonopolis police robots, and was the last criminal to go into one of Jor-El's pre-Phantom Zone orbiting prison ships.

Notes:


First Appearance: Superboy (1949) #104

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Issue Appearances:
Superboy (1949)
The Phantom Zone (1982)
The World of Krypton (1979)
Who's Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe (1985)

Group Affiliation(s):
Kryptonians (DC)
Phantom Zone (DC)(Earth-1 - Pre Crisis)

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