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    • Multiplex ran afoul of the Parasite, a dangerous villain brought along as a last resort, and appeared to be completely eaten by him.List of minor DC Comics characters-Wikipedia
    • Along with this, Luthor participates in the creation of two Superman villains, Parasite (indirectly) and Bizarro (a failed attempt by Luthor's scientists to clone Superman).Lex Luthor-Wikipedia
    • He also created the Superman villain the Parasite in Action Comics No. 340 (Aug.Jim Shooter-Wikipedia
    • His death at the hands of the villain Parasite, and the irradiation of Kansas this caused, results in Superman's return to action and sets the events of the story into motion.Captain Atom-Wikipedia
    • Trickster is able to quickly stop him, as Parasite arrives, because the Crime Syndicate has put a bounty on the Rogues' head.Forever Evil-Wikipedia
    • Writer Jim Shooter created the villain the Parasite in Action Comics #340 (Aug.Action Comics-Wikipedia

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