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* TrackTrouble: In "The Iron Eater", Superman has to [[StoppingTheTrain stop a train]] after the eponymous monster eats a section of track.

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* TrackTrouble: In "The Iron Eater", Superman has to [[StoppingTheTrain [[{{Trainstopping}} stop a train]] after the eponymous monster eats a section of track.
19th Nov '17 10:02:57 PM foxley
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* TrackTrouble: In "The Iron Eater", Superman has to [[StoppingTheTrain stop a train]] after the eponymous monster eats a section of track.
17th Oct '17 11:11:25 PM foxley
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* FunnyTerrainCrossSection: In one episode of ''The Sdventures of Superboy'', Superboy travels underground and the audience sees dinosaur skeletons in cross section.
17th Oct '17 11:06:53 PM foxley
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* AmusementParkOfDoom: In "Luthor's Loco Looking Glass", Luthor sets up his base of operation in an abandoned amusement pier. For some reason, the Tunnel of Love has horror figures in it.



* AmusementParkOfDoom: In "Luthor's Loco Looking Glass", Luthor sets up his base of operation in an abandoned amusement pier. For some reason, the Tunnel of Love has horror figures in it.

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* AmusementParkOfDoom: AttackTheMouth: In "Luthor's Loco Looking Glass", Luthor sets up his base "The Robot of operation in an abandoned amusement pier. For some reason, Riga", Superman flies into the Tunnel mouth of Love has horror figures in it.the HumongousMecha to sabotage it from the inside.



* ConvectionSchmonvection: In "The Wisp of Wickedness", a man possessed by the wisp attempts to dump molten iron on Superman and two civilians. Superman protects the civilians by covering them with his cape so they are no splattered with the iron. However, the heat from the molten iron should have been enough to kill them

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* ConvectionSchmonvection: In "The Wisp of Wickedness", a man possessed by the wisp attempts to dump molten iron on Superman and two civilians. Superman protects the civilians by covering them with his cape so they are no not splattered with the iron. However, the heat from the molten iron should have been enough to kill themthem.
17th Oct '17 11:01:33 PM foxley
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* ConvectionSchonvection: In "The Wisp of Wickedness", a man possessed by the wisp attempts to dump molten iron on Superman and two civilians. Superman protects the civilians by covering them with his cape so they are no splattered with the iron. However, the heat from the molten iron should have been enough to kill them

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* ConvectionSchonvection: ConvectionSchmonvection: In "The Wisp of Wickedness", a man possessed by the wisp attempts to dump molten iron on Superman and two civilians. Superman protects the civilians by covering them with his cape so they are no splattered with the iron. However, the heat from the molten iron should have been enough to kill them
17th Oct '17 11:00:13 PM foxley
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* ConvectionSchonvection: In "The Wisp of Wickedness", a man possessed by the wisp attempts to dump molten iron on Superman and two civilians. Superman protects the civilians by covering them with his cape so they are no splattered with the iron. However, the heat from the molten iron should have been enough to kill them
16th Oct '17 10:42:48 PM foxley
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* FatalFireworks: In "Luthor's Fatal Fireworks", Lex Luthor captures Jimmy Olsen to lure Superman to the West Coast where he unleashes a bombardment of fireworks laced with kryptonite.
16th Oct '17 10:34:22 PM foxley
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* WouldHurtAChild: In "The Wisp of Wickedness", the first person possessed by the wisp attempts to drive his car through a playground, and the second attempts to drop a school bus into a furnace.
16th Oct '17 10:32:14 PM foxley
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* ForTheEvulzs: In "The Wisp of Wickedness", the wisp is a ball of vapor consisting of pure concentrated evil. It possesses a hat and [[ClothesMakeTheManiac forces anyone who dons the hat to commit acts of pure evil]], such as trying to run down children in a playground or dump a school bus into a smelter.

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* ForTheEvulzs: ForTheEvulz: In "The Wisp of Wickedness", the wisp is a ball of vapor consisting of pure concentrated evil. It possesses a hat and [[ClothesMakeTheManiac forces anyone who dons the hat to commit acts of pure evil]], such as trying to run down children in a playground or dump a school bus into a smelter.
16th Oct '17 10:31:40 PM foxley
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* ForTheEvulzs: In "The Wisp of Wickedness", the wisp is a ball of vapor consisting of pure concentrated evil. It possesses a hat and [[ClothesMakeTheManiac forces anyone who dons the hat to commit acts of pure evil]], such as trying to run down children in a playground or dump a school bus into a smelter.
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