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Action Comics (1938) - #260
DC Comics


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  Editor(s):
Mort Weisinger

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Stan Kaye
Curt Douglas Swan
 

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Cover Date: January 1960
Cover Price: US $ 0.10

Issue Tagline: None.

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 36 pages

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Reprinted/Collected in:
Showcase Presents Supergirl (2007) TPB vol. 01
Showcase Presents Superman (2005) TPB vol. 02
Supergirl Archives (2005) HC vol. 01
Superman (1939) #212
Superman: The Man Of Tomorrow Archives (2004) HC vol. 03

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Otto Oscar Binder - 'Eando Binder'

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Lois Lane is caught in a tornado, but she is rescued by a female super-hero, Mighty Maid. Superman meets the new hero and is so impressed he falls in love with her. Lois is jealous of the new relationship, but cannot stop Superman from marrying Mighty Maid and returning to her home in another dimension. Mighty Maid is really Supergirl in disguise. Superman learned of a plot by some aliens to attack Earth to gain revenge upon Superman, as he is one of the last Kryptonians. Supermanís hoax caused the aliens to leave Earth alone believing Superman to have left. Superman then returns and explains that he didnít go through with the marriage to Mighty Maid.

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Using her telescopic vision, Supergirl spots an old man drowning. She flys to the rescue and creates a water spout which saves the man. The man has become young as the waters were a fountain of youth. Having been exposed herself, Supergirl becomes a baby. The superbaby chases a butterfly into the trunk of a car belonging to two jewel theives. They drive to their hide-out, located where indians claim spirits live. Supergirl exits the trunk and sprays shaving cream in the crooks faces, preventing them from seeing her. The thieves take target practice on a scarecrow. Supergirl collects the bullets and makes a lead ball. She throws the ball and inadvertently saves Superman from a kryptonite meteor. Supergirlís play continues to make the thieves believe the place is haunted by an indian spirit. The crooks prepare to leave, but Supergirl has created a smoke signal to the authorities. The thieves are caught, and Supergirl returns to normal without ever having been seen.

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