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Lois and Clark seek to assist Sgt. Branigan, who was blinded during a tussle with mobsters as well as being dismissed from the police force for accidentally killing a woman.

  1. The Cop Who Was Ruined (Superman : 1st issue in which Jimmy is given his last name of Olsen)
  2. The Napkanese Saboteurs (Superman)
  3. The Oxnalian Revolution (Superman)
  4. Statement of Ownership
  5. Rattlebrain (text story)
  6. Chief Hot Foot (gag strip by Henry Boltinoff)
  7. The Evolution King (Superman)

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Superman, the Threat from the East, and the Enemies Among Us 0

A common storyline in Golden Age comics involved the hero having to stop a plot by saboteurs on our own shores. Superman fought Japanese sabateours at least once on the silver screen in Max Fleischer's 'The Japoteurs', and here he does so in his own comic - although they're referred to as 'Napkanese' we all know who we're talking about here.  This story is free of a lot of the ridiculous uses of Superman's ever-increasing gamut of powers and skills that make a lot of the Golden Age stories so te...

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