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Published September-October 1978 by DC

Superman Flash Race

Race to the End of Time!
Martin Pasko
Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez
Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez (signed)
Superman [Clark Kent]; The Flash [Barry Allen]; Legion of Super-Heroes [Superboy; Brainiac 5; Wildfire; Mon-El; Cosmic Boy; Princess Projectra]; Reverse-Flash [aka Professor Zoom, Eobard Thawne]; Iylar; a Zelkot; a Volkir
"Race to the End of Time!" In the 25th century, Superman secretly helps Flash deal with Professor Zoom, before the two head off again across time after Iylar, who is trying to reach the past and end an alien civil war before it began. Flash wants to make sure Iylar makes it through time, so that the Zelkot do not destroy Earth. Superman wants to ensure the war begins so that the Volkir visit Earth in the past and seed life on it. After a number of stops across time, Superman and Flash catch up to Iylar, stop him from preventing the war, and neutralize the aliens' threat against the Earth in the present.
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Published September-October 1978 by DC

Superman Flash Race

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Story Title
Race to the End of Time!
Writer
Martin Pasko
Interior Art
Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez
Cover Art
Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez (signed)
Character Appearances
Superman [Clark Kent]; The Flash [Barry Allen]; Legion of Super-Heroes [Superboy; Brainiac 5; Wildfire; Mon-El; Cosmic Boy; Princess Projectra]; Reverse-Flash [aka Professor Zoom, Eobard Thawne]; Iylar; a Zelkot; a Volkir
Storyline
"Race to the End of Time!" In the 25th century, Superman secretly helps Flash deal with Professor Zoom, before the two head off again across time after Iylar, who is trying to reach the past and end an alien civil war before it began. Flash wants to make sure Iylar makes it through time, so that the Zelkot do not destroy Earth. Superman wants to ensure the war begins so that the Volkir visit Earth in the past and seed life on it. After a number of stops across time, Superman and Flash catch up to Iylar, stop him from preventing the war, and neutralize the aliens' threat against the Earth in the present.
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Published January 1979 by DC
The War of the Undersea Cities!
Len Wein (plot); Paul Levitz (dialogue)
Murphy Anderson
Ross Andru
Superman; Aquaman; Ocean Master (villain); Lori Lemaris; Dr. Jenet Klyburn; Ronal; Mera (flashback); King Vulko (flashback)
"The War of the Undersea Cities!"
Very Fine 8.0

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Published January 1979 by DC

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Story Title
The War of the Undersea Cities!
Writer
Len Wein (plot); Paul Levitz (dialogue)
Interior Art
Murphy Anderson
Cover Art
Ross Andru
Character Appearances
Superman; Aquaman; Ocean Master (villain); Lori Lemaris; Dr. Jenet Klyburn; Ronal; Mera (flashback); King Vulko (flashback)
Storyline
"The War of the Undersea Cities!"
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Published June 1979 by DC
The Miracle Man of Easy Company
Cary Bates
Joe Staton
Ross Andru (signed)
Sgt. Rock; Wild Man; Ice Cream Soldier; Jackie Johnson; Bulldozer; Little Sure Shot (all as Easy Company); Superman (also as Tag-Along); Nazis (villains)
"The Miracle Man of Easy Company"
Very Fine- 7.5

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Published June 1979 by DC

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Story Title
The Miracle Man of Easy Company
Writer
Cary Bates
Interior Art
Joe Staton
Cover Art
Ross Andru (signed)
Character Appearances
Sgt. Rock; Wild Man; Ice Cream Soldier; Jackie Johnson; Bulldozer; Little Sure Shot (all as Easy Company); Superman (also as Tag-Along); Nazis (villains)
Storyline
"The Miracle Man of Easy Company"
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Published July 1979 by DC
Murder by Starlight!
Cary Bates
Joe Staton
Ross Andru (signed)
Superman [Clark Kent]; Hawkman [Katar Hol]; Lois Lane; Jimmy Olsen; Perry White; Marc Teichman; Hawkwoman [Shayera Thal] (as Hawkgirl, flashback); Frank Rayles (villain, origin); Lana Lang (on tv)
"Murder by Starlight!"
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Published July 1979 by DC

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Story Title
Murder by Starlight!
Writer
Cary Bates
Interior Art
Joe Staton
Cover Art
Ross Andru (signed)
Character Appearances
Superman [Clark Kent]; Hawkman [Katar Hol]; Lois Lane; Jimmy Olsen; Perry White; Marc Teichman; Hawkwoman [Shayera Thal] (as Hawkgirl, flashback); Frank Rayles (villain, origin); Lana Lang (on tv)
Storyline
"Murder by Starlight!"
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Published August 1979 by DC
Winner Take Metropolis
Steve Englehart
Rich Buckler
Ross Andru
Superman; Mister Miracle; Lola Barnett; Big Barda; Oberon; Highfather (flashback); Carolyn Dole; Jimmy Olsen; Johnny Nevada (on tv); Lana Lang (on tv); Intergang [Xugat (villain)]
"Winner Take Metropolis"
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Published August 1979 by DC

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Story Title
Winner Take Metropolis
Writer
Steve Englehart
Interior Art
Rich Buckler
Cover Art
Ross Andru
Character Appearances
Superman; Mister Miracle; Lola Barnett; Big Barda; Oberon; Highfather (flashback); Carolyn Dole; Jimmy Olsen; Johnny Nevada (on tv); Lana Lang (on tv); Intergang [Xugat (villain)]
Storyline
"Winner Take Metropolis"
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Published September 1979 by DC
To Live in Peace -- Nevermore!
Paul Levitz
Dick Dillin
Dick Dillin
Legion of Super-Heroes [Sun Boy; Lightning Lad; Dawnstar; Saturn Girl]; Superman; Nyrvns; Steve Lombard; Superman Robots; Pete Ross; Jon Ross
"To Live in Peace -- Nevermore!"
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Published September 1979 by DC

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Story Title
To Live in Peace -- Nevermore!
Writer
Paul Levitz
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Dick Dillin
Character Appearances
Legion of Super-Heroes [Sun Boy; Lightning Lad; Dawnstar; Saturn Girl]; Superman; Nyrvns; Steve Lombard; Superman Robots; Pete Ross; Jon Ross
Storyline
"To Live in Peace -- Nevermore!"
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Published October 1979 by DC
Judge, Jury... and No Justice!
Paul Levitz
Dick Dillin
Dick Dillin
Superman; Superboy; Pete Ross (villain); Lois Lane; Lana Lang; Jimmy Olsen; Perry White; Steve Lombard; Krypto
"Judge, Jury... and No Justice!" Superman is surprised by an attack from Superboy -- actually Pete Ross who has used both a time-traveling machine and a mind-transfer machine to draw Superboy into the future and switch minds with him -- who puts Superman on trial before his own friends, accusing Superman of allowing his son Jon Ross to be taken by aliens. When the jury refuses to convict Superman, Pete prepares to execute him. But back in Smallville, Superboy, in Pete's body, has broken loose and summoned Krypto. Krypto attacks Pete and frees Superman, and Pete and Superboy are restored to their proper bodies.
Near Mint- 9.2

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Published October 1979 by DC

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Story Title
Judge, Jury... and No Justice!
Writer
Paul Levitz
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Dick Dillin
Character Appearances
Superman; Superboy; Pete Ross (villain); Lois Lane; Lana Lang; Jimmy Olsen; Perry White; Steve Lombard; Krypto
Storyline
"Judge, Jury... and No Justice!" Superman is surprised by an attack from Superboy -- actually Pete Ross who has used both a time-traveling machine and a mind-transfer machine to draw Superboy into the future and switch minds with him -- who puts Superman on trial before his own friends, accusing Superman of allowing his son Jon Ross to be taken by aliens. When the jury refuses to convict Superman, Pete prepares to execute him. But back in Smallville, Superboy, in Pete's body, has broken loose and summoned Krypto. Krypto attacks Pete and frees Superman, and Pete and Superboy are restored to their proper bodies.
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Published November 1979 by DC
Plight of the Giant Atom!
Cary Bates
Joe Staton
Joe Staton (signed)
Superman [Clark Kent]; The Atom [Ray Palmer]; Jean Loring (flashback); Batman [Bruce Wayne] (cameo); Sabromians (villains)
"Plight of the Giant Atom!"
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Published November 1979 by DC

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Story Title
Plight of the Giant Atom!
Writer
Cary Bates
Interior Art
Joe Staton
Cover Art
Joe Staton (signed)
Character Appearances
Superman [Clark Kent]; The Atom [Ray Palmer]; Jean Loring (flashback); Batman [Bruce Wayne] (cameo); Sabromians (villains)
Storyline
"Plight of the Giant Atom!"
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Published December 1979 by DC
The De-volver!
Denny O'Neil
Joe Staton
Ross Andru
Superman [Clark Kent]; Black Lightning [Jefferson Pierce]; Lois Lane; Jimmy Olsen; Trina (introduction, death); Hugh Bryant (introduction, origin, villain)
"The De-volver!" Black Lightning stops a robbery on a subway train as it travels through Suicide Slum but causes one of the robbers to inadvertently shoot and kill another passenger, Trina. This angers Trina's boyfriend, Hugh Bryant, who is also one of Jefferson Pierce's students. Hugh, actually an alien trapped on earth for millions of years, "devolves" into his true form as an energy creature. Black Lightning and Superman subdue the creature and help him finally leave the planet.
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Published December 1979 by DC

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Story Title
The De-volver!
Writer
Denny O'Neil
Interior Art
Joe Staton
Cover Art
Ross Andru
Character Appearances
Superman [Clark Kent]; Black Lightning [Jefferson Pierce]; Lois Lane; Jimmy Olsen; Trina (introduction, death); Hugh Bryant (introduction, origin, villain)
Storyline
"The De-volver!" Black Lightning stops a robbery on a subway train as it travels through Suicide Slum but causes one of the robbers to inadvertently shoot and kill another passenger, Trina. This angers Trina's boyfriend, Hugh Bryant, who is also one of Jefferson Pierce's students. Hugh, actually an alien trapped on earth for millions of years, "devolves" into his true form as an energy creature. Black Lightning and Superman subdue the creature and help him finally leave the planet.
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Published January 1980 by DC
The Ice Slaves of Killer Frost!
Gerry Conway
Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez
Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez
Superman [Clark Kent]; Firestorm [Ronnie Raymond; Martin Stein]; Killer Frost [Dr. Crystal Frost] (villain); Doreen Day, Cliff Carmichael; S.T.A.R. Labs; Professor Knudson
"The Ice Slaves of Killer Frost!" Superman accidentally frees Killer Frost, and Firestorm reforms to help defeat her. Superman offers Firestorm a chance to join the Justice League of America.
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Story Title
The Ice Slaves of Killer Frost!
Writer
Gerry Conway
Interior Art
Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez
Cover Art
Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez
Character Appearances
Superman [Clark Kent]; Firestorm [Ronnie Raymond; Martin Stein]; Killer Frost [Dr. Crystal Frost] (villain); Doreen Day, Cliff Carmichael; S.T.A.R. Labs; Professor Knudson
Storyline
"The Ice Slaves of Killer Frost!" Superman accidentally frees Killer Frost, and Firestorm reforms to help defeat her. Superman offers Firestorm a chance to join the Justice League of America.
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Published February 1980 by DC
The Night It Rained Magic!
Gerry Conway
Dick Dillin
Ross Andru (signed)
Superman; Zatanna; Zatara; Caligro the Great (villain); Jor-El (statue); Lara (statue); Madame Van Jung; Homo magus
"The Night It Rained Magic!"
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Published February 1980 by DC

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Story Title
The Night It Rained Magic!
Writer
Gerry Conway
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Ross Andru (signed)
Character Appearances
Superman; Zatanna; Zatara; Caligro the Great (villain); Jor-El (statue); Lara (statue); Madame Van Jung; Homo magus
Storyline
"The Night It Rained Magic!"
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Published March 1980 by DC
Who Haunts This House?
Denny O'Neil
Joe Staton
Ross Andru (signed)
Superman; Batgirl; Caleb Gurk; Doctor Horus (villain)
"Who Haunts This House?"
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Published March 1980 by DC

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Story Title
Who Haunts This House?
Writer
Denny O'Neil
Interior Art
Joe Staton
Cover Art
Ross Andru (signed)
Character Appearances
Superman; Batgirl; Caleb Gurk; Doctor Horus (villain)
Storyline
"Who Haunts This House?"
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Published April 1980 by DC
Inferno from the Sky!
Denny O'Neil
Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez
Ross Andru (signed)
Superman; Green Arrow; Fred Garmer; Bo Force (villain); Lois Lane; Jimmy Olsen
"Inferno from the Sky!"
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Published April 1980 by DC

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Story Title
Inferno from the Sky!
Writer
Denny O'Neil
Interior Art
Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez
Cover Art
Ross Andru (signed)
Character Appearances
Superman; Green Arrow; Fred Garmer; Bo Force (villain); Lois Lane; Jimmy Olsen
Storyline
"Inferno from the Sky!"
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Published May 1980 by DC
The Alien Epidemic!
Gerry Conway
Joe Staton
Ross Andru (signed)
Superman; The Elongated Man; Jor-El (statue); Lara (statue); Sue Dibny (flashback); aliens (villains)
"The Alien Epidemic!"
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Published May 1980 by DC

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Story Title
The Alien Epidemic!
Writer
Gerry Conway
Interior Art
Joe Staton
Cover Art
Ross Andru (signed)
Character Appearances
Superman; The Elongated Man; Jor-El (statue); Lara (statue); Sue Dibny (flashback); aliens (villains)
Storyline
"The Alien Epidemic!"
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Published June 1980 by DC
Plight of the Human Comet
Mike W. Barr
Dick Dillin
Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez (signed)
Superman; Captain Comet; Lois Lane; Jimmy Olsen; Starstriker (villain); Wonder Woman (cameo)
"Plight of the Human Comet"
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Published June 1980 by DC

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Story Title
Plight of the Human Comet
Writer
Mike W. Barr
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez (signed)
Character Appearances
Superman; Captain Comet; Lois Lane; Jimmy Olsen; Starstriker (villain); Wonder Woman (cameo)
Storyline
"Plight of the Human Comet"
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Published July 1980 by DC
The Curse Out of Time!
Denny O'Neil
Joe Staton
Ross Andru
Superman [Clark Kent; Kal-El]; Dr. Fate [Kent Nelson]; Inza Nelson; Lois Lane; Jimmy Olsen; Captain Ezra Hawkins (villain); El Muchacho (villain)
"The Curse Out of Time!"
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Published July 1980 by DC

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Story Title
The Curse Out of Time!
Writer
Denny O'Neil
Interior Art
Joe Staton
Cover Art
Ross Andru
Character Appearances
Superman [Clark Kent; Kal-El]; Dr. Fate [Kent Nelson]; Inza Nelson; Lois Lane; Jimmy Olsen; Captain Ezra Hawkins (villain); El Muchacho (villain)
Storyline
"The Curse Out of Time!"
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Published August 1980 by DC
The Man Who Was the World!
Len Wein
Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez
Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez (signed)
Superman; Deadman; Rama Kushna; Abraham Gold (flashback); Jack Gold (flashback); Caprice (flashback); S.T.A.R. Labs; Dr. Jenet Klyburn; Alex Atley; Carol Atley; Dennis; Mr. Genarian (villain); Lois Lane (cameo)
"The Man Who Was the World!"
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Published August 1980 by DC

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Story Title
The Man Who Was the World!
Writer
Len Wein
Interior Art
Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez
Cover Art
Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez (signed)
Character Appearances
Superman; Deadman; Rama Kushna; Abraham Gold (flashback); Jack Gold (flashback); Caprice (flashback); S.T.A.R. Labs; Dr. Jenet Klyburn; Alex Atley; Carol Atley; Dennis; Mr. Genarian (villain); Lois Lane (cameo)
Storyline
"The Man Who Was the World!"
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Published September 1980 by DC
Judgment Night
Paul Levitz
Dick Dillin
Ross Andru
Superman; Phantom Stranger; Tala (villain); Jon Ross; Pete Ross; Madame Benita; Jonathan Kent (statue); Martha Kent (statue); Dawnstar (flashback); Lois Lane
"Judgment Night"
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Published September 1980 by DC

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Story Title
Judgment Night
Writer
Paul Levitz
Interior Art
Dick Dillin
Cover Art
Ross Andru
Character Appearances
Superman; Phantom Stranger; Tala (villain); Jon Ross; Pete Ross; Madame Benita; Jonathan Kent (statue); Martha Kent (statue); Dawnstar (flashback); Lois Lane
Storyline
"Judgment Night"

Other Story

Story Title
Whatever Happened to Hourman?
Script
Bob Rozakis
Pencils
Charles Nicholas
Story Line
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Published October 1980 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance New Teen Titans, Cyborg, Raven, Starfire

Between Friend and Foe!
Jim Starlin (plot, credited); Marv Wolfman (script, credited)
Jim Starlin (credited)
Jim Starlin (signed) [as JPS]
Superman; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Green Lantern [Archon I'Gmora]; N'Gon (villain); Archie Jones
"Between Friend and Foe!" N'Gon is attempting to gain power by taking it from other super-beings, but Superman and Green Lantern combine forces to imprison N'Gon.
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Published October 1980 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance New Teen Titans, Cyborg, Raven, Starfire

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Story Title
Between Friend and Foe!
Writer
Jim Starlin (plot, credited); Marv Wolfman (script, credited)
Interior Art
Jim Starlin (credited)
Cover Art
Jim Starlin (signed) [as JPS]
Character Appearances
Superman; Green Lantern [Hal Jordan]; Green Lantern [Archon I'Gmora]; N'Gon (villain); Archie Jones
Storyline
"Between Friend and Foe!" N'Gon is attempting to gain power by taking it from other super-beings, but Superman and Green Lantern combine forces to imprison N'Gon.

Other Story

Story Title
Where Nightmares Begin!
Script
Marv Wolfman (credited)
Pencils
George Perez (credited, signed)
Story Line
Raven uses her powers to enter Dick Grayson's dreams to show him a scene from the not to distant future of the new Teen Titans team battling to save the world from an other-dimensional protoplasmic creature.

Other Story

Story Title
Whatever Happened to Sargon the Sorcerer
Script
Bob Rozakis (credited)
Pencils
Jose Delbo (credited)
Story Line
The Matter Master attempts to steal the Ruby of Life but Sargon stops him.
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Published November 1980 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Mongul

The Key That Unlocked Chaos!
Len Wein
Jim Starlin
Jim Starlin
Superman; Martian Manhunter [J'onn J'onzz, The Manhunter from Mars]; Mongul (intro, villain); Steve Lombard; Jimmy Olsen; Lois Lane; The Warzoon (aliens, flashback); The Largas (aliens, flashback)
"The Key That Unlocked Chaos!" Superman & Martian Manhunter, vs Mongul, 1st.
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Published November 1980 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Mongul

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Story Title
The Key That Unlocked Chaos!
Writer
Len Wein
Interior Art
Jim Starlin
Cover Art
Jim Starlin
Character Appearances
Superman; Martian Manhunter [J'onn J'onzz, The Manhunter from Mars]; Mongul (intro, villain); Steve Lombard; Jimmy Olsen; Lois Lane; The Warzoon (aliens, flashback); The Largas (aliens, flashback)
Storyline
"The Key That Unlocked Chaos!" Superman & Martian Manhunter, vs Mongul, 1st.

Other Story

Story Title
Whatever Happened to Congorilla?
Script
Bob Rozakis
Pencils
Romeo Tanghal
Story Line
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