Johnny Aesop

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The leader of a gang of criminals who commit a series of crimes based on Aesop's fables until they are finally apprehended by [[Superman]] in August 1944.  When Superman learns that Aesop's history of criminal behavior began soon after a fall from a horse, however, he skillfully massages the base of Aesop's skull, thereby relieving the "pressure" that made him a criminal and transforming him back into the responsible citizen he was up to the time of his riding mishap. (Act No. 75: "Aesop's Modern Fables")
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'''Johnny Aesop'''
  
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The leader of a gang of criminals who commit a series of crimes based on Aesop's fables until they are finally apprehended by [[Superman]] in August 1944. When Superman learns that Aesop's history of criminal behavior began soon after a fall from a horse, however, he skillfully massages the base of Aesop's skull, thereby relieving the "pressure" that made him a criminal and transforming him back into the responsible citizen he was up to the time of his riding mishap (Act No. 75: "Aesop's Modern Fables"). (TGSB)
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*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aesop Wikipedia: Aesop]
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Johnny Aesop

The leader of a gang of criminals who commit a series of crimes based on Aesop's fables until they are finally apprehended by Superman in August 1944. When Superman learns that Aesop's history of criminal behavior began soon after a fall from a horse, however, he skillfully massages the base of Aesop's skull, thereby relieving the "pressure" that made him a criminal and transforming him back into the responsible citizen he was up to the time of his riding mishap (Act No. 75: "Aesop's Modern Fables"). (TGSB)

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