The second planet from the Sun and the sixth largest. Venus' orbit is the most nearly circular of that of any planet, with an eccentricity of less than 1%.
Action Comics No. 152 portrays Venusianâ€™s civilization as a futuristic version of Earthâ€™s, and Venusians as humanoids who have adopted English as their planetary language (Act No. 152, Jan 1951: â€œThe Sleep That Lasted 1000 Yearsâ€).
Superman No.151 on the other hand, portrays Venusian life humorously, depicting Venus as a world inhabited by cute â€œtomato girls,â€ â€œpumpkin men,â€ â€œcucumber men,â€ and other comical â€œplant-beingsâ€ (Feb 1962: â€œThe Three Tough Teenagers!â€).
Venus is Cosmic Kingâ€™s native planet (S No. 147/3, Aug 1961: â€œThe Legion of Super-Villains!â€, and the place where Van-Zee and Sylvia lived prior to taking up residence in Kandor (SGLL No. 15, Feb 1960: â€œThe Super-Family of Steel!â€ pts. I-IIIâ€”â€Super Husband and Wife!â€; â€œThe Bride Gets Super Powers!â€; â€œSecret of the Super-Family!â€).
In January 1951, Dr. Dorrow attempts to exile Superman and Lois Lane to Venus by shutting them inside transparent cylinders filled with â€œsuspended animation gasâ€ and launching them into outer space, but Superman and Lois are released from their cylinders by friendly Venusians and soon succeed in returning to Earth (Act No. 152, Jan 1951: â€œThe Sleep That Lasted 1000 Yearsâ€).
In December 1953, when a meteor is about to destroy Venus, Superboy smashes it and visits Venus to quench his thirst. Upon returning to Smallville, he unknowingly brings back a Venusian spore that grows rapidly into a tree. The tree's strange odor begins to affect the population, making them behave strangley or act out dreams. Superboy uproots the tree, hurls it into space and solves the problem of the alien tree's aroma (SB No. 29, Dec 1953: "The Tree that Drove Smallville Wild!").
In February 1962, Superman flies a juvenile delinquent to Venus and threatens to abandon him there as part of his plan for teaching the young troublemaker a richly deserved lesson in good manners and respect for others (S No. 151/1, Feb 1962: "The Three Tough Teen-Agers!â€).