The story begins by introducing a wealthy young wastrel, Craig Shaw, who starts a fire at a nightclub for his own amusement. Lois and Clark were at the club, and Lois writes a scathing article about Shaw. Then the situation gets even worse, as he discovers that Lois never had any interest in Shaw, and was just getting close to him for her story.
Shaw is enchanted by Lois’ anger and outspokenness, no woman had ever talked to him that way before. Shaw, meanwhile, proves himself to be much more criminal than anyone suspected.
Actual German heavyweight champion Max Schmelling appears in the story, although he is not the one to fight Tex.
This is sort of sad, part of the anti-Schmelling view the media played up during the war.
He falls to the street, and winds up with no memory of who he is.
Some hoods see him fall, but as he is in his Clark Kent clothes, do not realize it is Superman.
When it reaches the planet, Superman is literally knocked off his feet by it.The Fiddler returns to face the Vigilante again in this Cameron/Meskin/Paris story.This time the Fiddler accompanies his men to their crimes – no more need for subterfuge now that his identity is known.They begin dating, as a worried Superman spies on Lois. Now Clark has to try to prove that he is NOT Superman, and winds up kidnapping and knocking out a man on the street in order to appear to be both men at once.Again, this type of story will be told many times in the future, but this early version is one of the best.