Action Comics #723 Values
Publisher: DC, 1996
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Pencils: Dave Johnson (signed)
Inks: Dave Johnson (signed)
Colors: Patrick Martin
Characters: Superman [Clark Kent; Kal-El]; Brainiac [Milton Fine]; Chas Cassidy; Aminah; Lois Lane; Cat Grant [Catherine Grant]; Jimmy Olsen; Dr. Guinness; Eric; James (death)
Synopsis: Brainiac is in Superman's body while Superman's is trapped in that of a young boy. Brainiac almost sets off nukes. Superman contacts Lois to get her to the asylum he is trapped in. But when she gets there he worries about her getting hurt and doesn't tell her. Brainiac decides that a TV broadcast will help him control humans. Superman escapes but now the police are after him.
Script: Tom Peyer; Mark Waid
Pencils: Chris Renaud; Curt Swan (pages 12-16); Chris Marrinan; Steve Butler
Inks: Dick Giordano; Pam Eklund
Letters: Phil Felix
Notes: Story continues from Adventures of Superman (DC, 1987 series) #536 and continues in Superman: The Man of Steel (DC, 1991 series) #58.
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