Superboy in "Clark Kent, He-Man!"
Jonathon Kent, tired of Clark always having to act meek and mild, moves the family to Rail City. Clark becomes Mark Denton, sports star and he-man. However it proves to be hard to operate this way as Superboy.
"Health Myths Debunked!"
Tales of the Legion of Super-Heroes in "The Secret of the Mystery Legionnaire"
*After rejecting two candidates for membership, the Legionnaires meet a worthwhile hero, Marvel Lad, or "Legionnaire Lemon", who demonstrates all the powers of Superboy and Mon-El, but not their weaknesses to Kryptonite and lead. By the end of the day, he passes their initiation by retrieving the rare mineral fluvium, defeating a Sun-Eater, vanquishing the monsters of the planet Brogg, and creating an anti-gravity metal. After being told that they will induct him the next day, he vanishes.
The following day, he appears - and reveals himself as Mon-El. He explains that Brainiac 5 had secretly developed an antidote to his fatal lead poisoning, but thought it best to keep it a secret in case it failed. Unable to resist the joke, though, the two of them concocted a fictitious identity for him to see whether or not he could join incognito.
After a final trip to the Phantom Zone to bid farewell to its criminal inhabitants, Mon-El joins the Legion permanently. *Source: The Official Legion of Super-Heroes Index #2 - Published by ICG.
(Mon-El is released from the Phantom Zone and joins the Legion of Super-Heroes permanently with this issue).
An untitled Casey the Cop strip.