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"Sorcery Over Stonehenge!": Superman becomes the pawn of two sorcerers from the future who wish to use him to obtain a mystic Runestone.



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Synopsis for "Sorcery Over Stonehenge!"

Superman becomes the pawn of two sorcerers from the future who wish to use him to obtain a mystic Runestone.

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  • Taylor High School

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Synopsis for "Air Wave Under the Waves"

After defeating a couple of crooked students, Air Wave is suddenly hit by a transporter beam that teleports him into an undersea realm. There he rescues a six-armed octopus-like creature who is being attacked by costumed humanoids. Air Wave abruptly phases back to Earth, but finds a small version of the “hexapus” creature has been caught in his cape. He places it in his aquarium and, when Hal Jordan comes calling, gets Green Lantern to contact Aquaman. The sea king and GL deduce that the transporter beam must be similar to Adam Strange’s zeta-beam. Green Lantern’s ring detects a similar beam about to strike them again. Aquaman takes the fish tank with the hexapus and, with Air Wave’s and Green Lantern’s help, rides the beam back to the underwater world.

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