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"Urtumi the Image Eater": An Indian legend leads the Flash to an ectoplasm-eating monster who menaces Central City.


Quote1 No longer shall people remember the Batman being revealed as Bruce Wayne in the moment of his death... nor shall your identities be known. Instead, let them believe both Bruce Wayne and Batman died atop that glistening tower... but separate deaths... with two bodies resting peacefully in separate graves. Quote2
-- Doctor Fate



Appearing in "Urtumi the Image Eater"

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  • Doctor Steiger (Single appearance)

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  • Urtomi (Single appearance)

Other Characters:

  • The Honru Tribe (Flashback only)

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Synopsis for "Urtumi the Image Eater"

An Indian legend leads the Flash to an ectoplasm-eating monster who menaces Central City.

Appearing in "Mind Over Murder!"

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  • Alexi Kronsky (Inga Brand's father) (Final appearance)
  • Mister Solomon (Appears only as a corpse)
  • Winchell (Final appearance; Dies)

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  • Hill's Circus

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Synopsis for "Mind Over Murder!"

Vashnu succeeds in persuading Kronsky to remove the helmet and abandon his dreams of power. But now the helmet becomes sort of a hot potato as it exchanges several hands in the next several minutes. First, Deadman occupies Inga Brand's body, dons the helmet, and uses it to fashion him a new, solid body. However, the body disintegrates after a few seconds. Then, another man appears and steals the helmet, but Deadman occupies his brother's body, which causes the man to be thrown into a tank full of water, and die when the helmet explodes. With the helmet destroyed, Kronsky (who invented the helmet) feels that he has nothing left now, but Inga reassures him that he has a place with his new family, the circus people. Deadman, angered, asks Rama Kushna why was he taunted with freedom from his ghostly state. Rama appears as a face on a tree, and tells Deadman that he must adjust to his ghostly gift, and warns him that it may last for an eternity. Deadman screams in frustration.

Appearing in "The Night of the Soul Thief!"

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Synopsis for "The Night of the Soul Thief!"

The Justice Society comes to grips with the sorcerer who gave Bill Jensen the power to kill Batman.

Appearing in "Climax"

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Synopsis for "Climax"

Aquaman has to fight Vulko’s guards, Mera, and Aqualad to close in on with Amos and Universal Food Products. But when Aqualad, in hiding, hears Amos boast about how he intends to “accidentally” obliterate Atlantis and the evidence of his wrongdoing, he comes to realize that his mentor was right. Aquaman manages to destroy the U.F.P. operation and save Aqualad from an explosion. Later, Vulko, Mera, and Aquaman are reconciled, and Vulko reveals that Amos has been “persuaded” to sever business ties with Atlantis.

Appearing in "The Insanity Swarm"

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  • Professor Stone
  • Bill

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Synopsis for "The Insanity Swarm"

A swarm of killer bees attack the spaceflight center where Diana Prince is in astronaut training, and leave instructor Conrad Starfield and thirteen others in comas. Diana becomes Wonder Woman, battles the swarm, and learns that the Queen Bee is behind the insects. The heroine tracks the Queen Bee to her hive and defeats her, but learns that the villainess has captured her victims’ minds and placed them in her computer, which is set to self-destruct if any hand tampers with it. However, the Queen Bee offers Wonder Woman a chance to save them, if she first becomes the Queen’s slave.

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