Events are rapidly reaching a climax as disaster waits. Superman speeds towards the impending doom, but first, he has been delayed by stopping to report to the sheriff as Clark Kent.
Clark also sends his story back to the Daily Planet via telephone. It’s big enough to stop the pressses over. Perry wants to hear the rumors about this strange new character on the scene, Superman. Clark blows it off as just active imaginations. Once off the phone though, he changes to Superman, and is on the way to put an end to the plans of the Wolfe.
in dramatic and suspenseful fashion, Superman swoops in and destroys the Wolfe and Keno’s plans, and leaves them in bad shape for the sheriff to find. The sheriff gets their confession, but what’s this crazy talk about a flying man?
Clark tells where the missing train from previous episodes can be found, and makes his way back home. Perry already has an assignment waiting for him. Just then, an ominous phone call comes in from a man claiming to be the boss of the Wolfe, and warns of new danger. It’s the Yellow mask, and he is to blow up the newspaper.