Have a look: The Truth Mirror exposes Superman's true identity. Not sure about the purple suit as a fashion statement though.
>> Action Comics #269
Number 2. I think Chester will have to be "taken care of".
>> Superboy #60
Have a look again: A one-way mirror exposes the truth and makes a fortune
for someone. But why do they need gold kryptonite? Why not just use the
>> Action Comics #305
In the stationery cupboard: Superwoman reveals the truth of Superman's
identity to Perry. It's enough to make him choke on his cigar. Whodathoughtit, with Clark Kent's superior
disguise, a pair of glasses?!
>> Action Comics #313
Smile please: Clark's caught in the act of changing. His identity is
apparently revealed to 40 million viewers. The real Allen Funt would have
loved a scoop like this on his show.
>> Action Comics #345
Death bed scene: A young lad's dying wish is to know Superman's
identity, but when told, he refuses to believe it is Clark Kent. Superman
would never tell a lie. How dare you disbelieve him!
>> Action Comics #457
Death bed scene 2: A touching scene as a sneaky trick by Jimmy Olsen means
that Superman reveals all. You can put that hanky away now -- he's not
really dying. With friends like these...
>> Jimmy Olsen #121
Number 8. Two boys innocently inspecting each other's underwear.
Those were the times.
>> Superboy #98
Thunderation -- what a great word!!
>> Action Comics #168
Number 10. Sherlock Holmes, jnr.: A boy detective identifies Superboy as Clark Kent.
Smart kid. But will he be believed with a hat like that?
>> Adventure Comics #168
Number 11. You rang Sir? Superboy has a Butler!
>> Adventure Comics #169
Number 12. Superboy pays him to this day.
>> Superboy #170
Number 13. Headline news: The family confesses everything to the waiting reporters.
That would make a great scoop, but can you believe everything you read in
>> Adventure Comics #235
Number 14. Purple is this year's colour: Superboy reveals his identity to an enemy.
But why? Why?!
>> New Adventures of Superboy #4
Cut above the rest: Superboy, alias Clark Kent, is caught chopping tree
trunks. He should have used that chain-saw instead.
>> Superboy #11
Number 16. Dishing the truth: Under the influence of the Truth Serum, Mum blurts out
the secret. This is not accurate. Young boys never do the washing up.
>> Superboy #41
Number 17. Weight and wait: Lana with the help of a 1 ton weight tricks Superboy into
revealing his identity. The audience turns black & white.
>> Superboy #44
Number 18. Momma always told him don't climb into cannons.
>> Superboy #46
Number 19. See-through vision part 3. Much easier than just, ugh, walking a meter to
peek around the corner.
>> Action Comics #202
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