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Appearing in "The Day Up Was Down"Edit

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  • Ted Wentworth (Single appearance)[1]
  • Chet (Single appearance)[1]
  • B.P. Thorpe (Single appearance)[1]

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Synopsis for "The Day Up Was Down"Edit

The Flash has to find a way to put things right-side-up when Abra Kadabra returns to Central City and turns the entire town upside-down.

Appearing in "Requiem for a Deadman!"Edit


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Synopsis for "Requiem for a Deadman!"Edit

This story is reprinted from Cancelled Comic Cavalcade #2.

Appearing in "To Everything There Is a Season..."Edit

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  • Sam (street thug)
  • Rog (street thug)

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Synopsis for "To Everything There Is a Season..."Edit

While wandering through the neighborhood of his old gym, Wildcat thwarts a robbery with the help of a young boy, and comes to a decision about his future.

Appearing in "Slave of the Queen Bee"Edit

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  • Professor Stone

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Synopsis for "Slave of the Queen Bee"Edit

When Wonder Woman submits to slavery in order to free the minds the Queen Bee has trapped, the Queen welches on her promise and says that she wishes to enslave all conscious minds and rule the universe. The Amazon rescinds her surrender and attacks the Queen Bee, who has her bee swarm sting Wonder Woman repeatedly, almost unto death, and lets her loose in the desert 100 miles north of Houston, Texas. The comatose Wonder Woman is hospitalized and fights a mental battle against the image of a great bee, while, in the real world, the Queen Bee attacks and defeats four Justice League members in their satellite. But Wonder Woman succeeds in breaking out of her coma, locates the Queen Bee, and fights her again. During the battle, the Queen stumbles into her own mind-controlling computer and has her own mind stolen away. The minds of her victims are restored to their bodies.

Appearing in "Invaders from Above"Edit

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Synopsis for "Invaders from Above"Edit

Aquaman finds Stavros Markos, a Greek shipping magnate, in command of the Detox, a ship ostensibly removing pollutants from the sea. Actually, it is a cover for Markos’s gang of scuba-diving crooks to loot Atlantis. Aquaman defeats the gang and repulses Markos, both of them promising the other that this is not their last meeting.

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