Jerry Ordway

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  • 1st appearance of the Eradicator, a Kryptonian device responsible for constructing the Fortress of Solitude
  • After the 'Death of Superman' the device takes on a human form as one of four Supermen, The Eradicator
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  • Mr. Mxyzptlk reveals himself to also be Marvel’s Impossible Man and claims he needs to visit his ‘four friends’
  • Quote 'Oops, sometimes it's just IMPOSSIBLE to remember what I look like from world to world’
  • In this issue, he confronts a group of heroes dressed in blue using dialogue from the Impossible Man's 1st appearance (Fantastic Four #11 - 1963)
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  • 1st appearance of Lord Satanus
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  • 1st appearance of Kismet, later becomes Strange Visitor
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  • 3rd cameo appearance of Doomsday, a panel shows the opposite site of the door as the bone-spiked fist pierces through the steel with a caption that reads '...Doomsday Is Coming!'
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  • Second battle of Doomsday versus Superman
  • If this issue were being scored the same as a boxing match, Superman would have won the round
  • Throughout this issue, the action occurs in four panels on every page
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  • 1st cameo appearance of John Henry, later becomes Steel
  • 1st cameo appearance of Superboy, Conner Kent
  • 1st cameo appearance of Cyborg Superman, formerly Hank Henshaw
  • 1st cameo appearance of the Eradicator
  • Each of these characters claiming to be Superman were introduced in full in separate issues that all went on-sale on the same day
  • 1st appearance of Angora Lapin, later becomes White Rabbit
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  • 1st appearance of Anomaly (formerly Floyd "Bullets" Barstow)
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  • Two-part story with updated versions of the Monsters Society of Evil
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  • Cover art by Jerry Ordway featuring Superman vs Shazam
  • Inspired by Nick Cardy's cover art on Superman #276 (1974)