Hot news: The arson suspect in a big warehouse fir is...Perry White!
Sound and fury. Bank robbers have a sudden interest in a young audiophile's collection of recorded sounds.
Ladders, black cats, Friday the 13th. All harmless -- but someone intends real harm to an anti-superstition society.
Jimmy Olsen: Scientist. The anti-gravity fluid he creates with his chemistry set draws interest from military men...and criminals.
No dinners, no hoopla...just Kryptonite. Two thugs have their own way of celebrating Superman Week.
Mobsters use Kryptonite to capture the Man of Steel -- or at least a man they think is Superman!
A $500,000 heist -- and Inspector Henderson is the fall guy when some of the dough is planted on him.
A shave, a haircut, a new you, maybe a new life. A barber has an unusual influence on others.
Guess the number of jelly beans in the jar. With superman's help, it's possible to win a fixed contest.
Criminals aboard a submarine aim to torpedo Perry White and his seaside cottage to smithereens.
They'll stop him cold! Thugs think a freezer will keep Superman on ice during a rigged election.
A day at the races: Superman fight track corruption and the Daily Planet's racehorse gallops to victory.
You can't locate it on a map. What's the secret behind a tiny, mysterious, out-of-the-way town?
He's not from around here: A pint-sized Martian has a power that may be useful to crooks.
She'll get all the dirt. Lois goes undercover, posing as a housemaid to get a story on a notorious criminal.
And some kids just want a pony. A boy thinks the stolen circus elephant he finds is his birthday gift.
Which way is up? An invention that causes the illusion of being upside-down is stolen for villainous use.
Oops! A boy gives his grandpa's coat to charity, unaware it holds the man's life savings. Can Superman save the savings?
An inventor's time contraption whisks the Daily Planet staff to 50,000 B.C. One problem: how to get back!
He claims to be Caesar. But who's really behind the strange apparition vexing Perry White?