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DC 100-Page Super Spectacular (1971) - DC-21
"Superboy"
DC Comics


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  Editor(s):
E. Nelson Bridwell

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Nick Cardy - 'Nicholas Viscardy'
 

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Cover Date: October 1973
Cover Price: US $ 0.50

Issue Tagline: None.

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 96 pages

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Letters Column: A Look Through Super Spectacles

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None entered.

Reprints/Collects:
Action Comics (1938) #313
Adventure Comics (1938) #117
Adventure Comics (1938) #332
The Brave and the Bold (1955) #54
Kid Eternity (1946) #9
Superboy (1949) #50
Superboy (1949) #94

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"The Superboy Revenge Squad!" - Edit this story

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Writer(s):
Robert Bernstein - 'R. Berns'

Penciller(s):
George Papp

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George Papp

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(Unknown Creator)

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(Unknown Creator)

Editor(s):
Mort Weisinger

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Synopsis:
From space comes a group of super-villains determined to avenge defeat at Superboy's hands by destroying his home world. In order to save the day, the Boy of Steel must forget his super powers for one day -- and, incredibly, Pete Ross takes on his Superboy identity.

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Originally published in Superboy (1949) #94.

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Writer(s):
Leo Dorfman

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Jim Mooney

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Jim Mooney

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Milton 'Milt' Snappin

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Mort Weisinger

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Supergirl's friend, Lena Thorul, learns that she is really the sister of the notorious Lex Luthor -- and the shock affects her mind. Next thing you know, she's in Africa, using her telepathic power to lead fierce jungle beasts!

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Originally published in Action Comics (1938) #313.

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Writer(s):
Bill Finger

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James Winslow Mortimer - 'Win Mortimer'
John Sikela

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George Roussos - 'George Bell / T.S. Chu / Sam Kato'

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Originally published in Adventure Comics (1938) #117.

This 1947 story predicts the VTOL (Vertical Take-Off and Landing) planes which didn't become a reality until the 1960s.

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Writer(s):
William Woolfolk

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Pete Riss

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Pete Riss

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Editor(s):
George Brenner

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Joe Hodges sets out to do the biggest newspaper story of his life -- exposing a top gangland figure! Yet he can only write it with Kid Eternity's help -- after Joe's Death!

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Originally published in Kid Eternity (1946) #9.

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Writer(s):
Edmond Hamilton

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John Forte

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Milton 'Milt' Snappin

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Mort Weisinger

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Science Police (DC)(Earth-0)

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In his first encounter with the strange monster that endangers the spaceways, Lightning Lad loses an arm! So he vows to destroy the beast -- even if it means breaking the Legion code!

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Originally published in Adventure Comics (1938) #332.

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Bob Haney

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Murray Boltinoff
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Imagine a town whose teen-agers have all been kidnapped -- every last one! That's the situation that brings three young super-heroes together -- in a team later to be known as the Teen Titans!

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Originally published in The Brave and the Bold (1955) #54.

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Writer(s):
Otto Oscar Binder - 'Eando Binder'

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Curt Douglas Swan

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Would Superboy do a better job if he were a giant? Here's the astounding answer -- plus a puzzle for Lana Lang, when Clark Kent must appear in normal size when Superboy is colossal!

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Originally published in Superboy (1949) #50.

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