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Quote1.png I'm here. And as Police Commissioner, I am placing you under arrest as a fugitive from justice! Quote2.png
-- Commissioner Bruce Wayne

Appearing in "The Multiple Murders of Mapleville!"Edit

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  • Harold

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Synopsis for "The Multiple Murders of Mapleville!"Edit

On a trip through a small town with Iris, Barry Allen is somehow compelled to use a gun on a man, and is framed for murder.

Appearing in "Pursuit!"Edit

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  • Mr. Solomon
  • Mr. Winchell
  • Gunther
  • Nick (Single appearance)[1]

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  • Hill's Circus

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Synopsis for "Pursuit!"Edit

A fire causes the authorities to shut down Hill's Circus until an investigation of the blaze can be made. Winchell renews his offer of Solomon buying out the circus, and Lorna Hill asks for 24 hours to consider it. Alexi Kronsky breaks free of his guards, with help from Deadman. Meanwhile, Inga, who met and fell in love with Cleve when Hill's Circus played in Russia, confesses that she fears Communist spies are after her to get to her father, a great scientist who vanished shortly after they met. Minutes later, Kronsky appears at the circus, and Inga exclaims that he is her father.

Appearing in "Only Legends Live Forever!"Edit

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Synopsis for "Only Legends Live Forever!"Edit

Bill Jensen, a criminal Bruce Wayne once sent to jail, is out, armed with incredible energy powers, and demanding that Wayne be turned over to him, defying the Justice Society when they try to take him down.

Appearing in "The Hand That Feeds the Earth..."Edit

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  • Atlanteans
  • Mal (Single appearance)[1]
  • O'Connor (Single appearance)[1]
  • Ralph (Single appearance)[1]

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Synopsis for "The Hand That Feeds the Earth..."Edit

Aquaman and Mera return to Atlantis and find that the algae farms there have increased production by over a thousandfold. King Vulko tells them that Atlantis has gone into partnership with Universal Food Products, a land-based firm which is helping them with their crops. Aquaman is suspicious about the arrangement, however, and breaks into the U.F.P. headquarters to rifle their records. When Aqualad joins him later, Aquaman confides to his partner that the U.F.P. project may be destroying Atlantis.

Appearing in "School of the Amazoids"Edit

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  • Teen Titans (Appears in flashback and main story)
    • Aqualad (Appears in flashback and main story)
    • Kid Flash (Appears in flashback and main story)
    • Robin (Appears in flashback and main story)
    • Speedy (Appears in flashback and main story)
  • Randy Jakes (Single appearance)[1]
  • Superman (Appears in flashback and main story)
  • Batman (Appears in flashback and main story)

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Synopsis for "School of the Amazoids"Edit

On her way to visit Wonder Girl in San Francisco, Wonder Woman meets and battles three masked, super-powered girls with the abilities of Amazons. The three “Amazoids” escape, and Wonder Woman becomes Diana Prince and calls on Donna Troy, alias Wonder Girl. Later, Wonder Woman discovers that the head of Donna’s school is really Headmaster Mind, a super-villain, and that he has been using a device to sap Donna’s Amazon powers and instill them within the bodies of three girls whom he “enticed...with the promise of power!” Wonder Woman and Wonder Girl are almost defeated by the Amazoids until Diana destroys the power-sapping machine and renders them powerless. The Headmaster falls into his own machine and is apparently killed in the resulting fire. Wonder Woman and Wonder Girl rescue the Amazoids, who are now repentant. Wonder Girl tells them that they can indeed acquire Amazonian powers through training and belief in themselves. Later, she tells Wonder Woman that she will continue as a super-heroine and search for a role for her civilian identity.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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