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  1. A Matter of Light and Death! (Superman and Batman vs. Dr. Light, with a Zatanna cameo / written by Len Wein : reprinted in: Best of DC #20)

  2. Galloping Gold (Tarantula / written by Wade Wellman : reprinted from: Star Spangled Comics #11)

  3. The Cosmic Idiots! (written by Sid Gerson : reprinted from: Strange Adventures #30)

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Silver Age Logic 0

In the Silver Age it could be that Superman was the most difficult character to write. There was power creep and the character was removing all known weaknesses, as this issue denotes, all kryptonite has been destroyed. With only magic left as his weakness, Superman is tricked into setting himself up, and even with the help of Batman, he barely survives, and that on some silver age logic. The backup stories are also weird. The first is a reprint from the Golden Age, which deals with the Tar...

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