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Action Comics Vol 1 519

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"Where The Space-Winds Blow!": Superman tries to prevent an alien hunter from destroying a monster which he soon learns destroyed the alien's planet.



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Synopsis for "Where The Space-Winds Blow!"

Superman tries to prevent an alien hunter from destroying a monster which he soon learns destroyed the alien's planet.

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Synopsis for "Family Plot"

Aquaman, Mera, and Cal Durham learn the strange history of Aquaman’s mother: that Atlanna was a survivor of the original Atlantis, thanks to her taking a serum of her own invention that made her amphibious and nearly immortal; that her sister, Atlena, was a priestess of the Delphius Oracle, which proclaimed that a savior would be born to become king of sea and land people; that Atlanna did not really die in Aquaman’s childhood, but was merely rendered comatose, from which state she awoke, having become mad; that Poseidon himself is an android programmed with Tom Curry’s memories; and that she believes Aquaman is the prophesied savior, and she wishes to kill him with Ocean Master’s help.

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