Wolfman, Swan and Adkins bring the team-up with Brainiac to a conclusion in Action 530 (April 1982).
Superman once again penetrates the world-ship, finding some massive tunnels in its interior. He finds the core, it’s huge computer brain, but gets sucked into it.
Brainiac is evil again, now that Superman has re-programmed him. He is content to let Superman die, and have the artificial world consume everything, and birth a new universe. Superman picks up the point that this a world-building machine as well. He super-vibrates, figuring correctly that this will mess up the computer, which fees him.
Superman strips the armored shell off the world, revealing the idyllic planet underneath. Brainiac is powerless to stop him, as Superman frees the new world inside, and finds a spare bit of galaxy to put it in.
Aquaman reveals the traitor as Rozakis, Saviuk and Chiaramonte bring this story arc to a close. The one who attached himself to Air Wave in the first place, he did so as a spy. Well, that was easy. And despite Aquaman agonizing over how he can get home, all he has to do is get shocked by an electric creature.
Ray Palmer and Jean Loring have spent the past three days on a sailboat, waiting for Aquaman to return. When he does, Ray jumps into the ocean after him. Umm, why? Are you afraid he will drown? All right, I’ll concede maybe you want to see if he is injured.
Anyway, the Atom “rescues” Aquaman, but that’s about all he does in this long story.