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The Most Obscure, Uninteresting Comic Book Character

“What if an American comic book company were to ring me up (not that it was going to happen) and they offered me my first U.S. 1,633 more words

Superman 371 - Kandor lives again

Kandor is back, in a way, in Superman 371 (May 1982).

Wein, Swan and Hunt continue from the end of the previous issue, as Superman finds his mock-up of Kandor now inhabited by tiny people.  149 more words

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Superman 370 - Chemo talks!

Chemo, the mute chemical monster, gains a voice in a story by Len Wein, Curt Swan and Dave Hunt in Superman 370 (April 1982).

The tale opens as Superman decides he just can’t do without a bottle city in the Fortress, even if he has to make a fake, unpopulated one. 235 more words

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Superman 344 - Dracula and Frankenstein's monster in Metropolis

Paul Levitz joins Wein, Swan and Chiaramonte for a supernatural story in Superman 344 (Jan. 80) as Dracula and Frankenstein’s monster cause problems in Metropolis. 255 more words

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Superman 342 - Superman under glass

A silly cover for Superman 342 (Dec. 79), but the Wein, Swan and Chiaramonte story itself is not that bad.

It begins with Jenet Klyburn requesting Superman’s help after a STAR Labs project to reduce pollution goes horribly wrong, creating a deadly toxic cloud.  194 more words

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Superman 341 - Major Disaster's catastrophes, and J. Wilbur Wolfingham's protection

J. Wilbur Wolfingham, who had not appeared in over thirty years, gets the cover of Superman 341 (Nov. 79) for his return.

But though he gets the cover, Wolfingham is not in the lead story.  284 more words

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