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"Who Is Invading Central City?": A sonic boom gives the Flash the temporary ability to pick up snatches of telepathic conversations, alerting him to an "alien invasion" in a nearby aquarium.



Appearing in "Who Is Invading Central City?"

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  • Unnamed Drug Pushers (Single appearance)

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  • Jackson (Single appearance)
  • Fred (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "Who Is Invading Central City?"

A sonic boom gives the Flash the temporary ability to pick up snatches of telepathic conversations, alerting him to an "alien invasion" in a nearby aquarium.

Appearing in "Brick Battle-Ground"

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  • Danny Mason (Single appearance)

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  • Stallion (Single appearance)
  • Leroy (Single appearance)
  • Chilly Willy (Single appearance)

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  • Luann Mason (Single appearance)
  • Eddie (Single appearance)
  • Albert (Single appearance)
  • Carl (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "Brick Battle-Ground"

Deadman lends a hand when merchant Danny Mason stands up to gangster Stallion's protection racket, and helps bring Stallion and his gang to justice.

Appearing in "Countdown To Disaster!"

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Synopsis for "Countdown To Disaster!"

The Justice Society must find the whereabouts of a poison capsule in Gotham City before it can burst and create mass death.

Appearing in "Ice Pact"

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  • Helga (First appearance)
  • Professor Graen (Single appearance)

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  • Icebuster Submarine

Synopsis for "Ice Pact"

While trying to save an American sub from a sea monster off the coast of Antarctica, Aquaman is knocked unconscious. He revives in a community miles beneath the Antarctic Ice, made temperate by the super-science of Helga and a group of descendants of Nazis who relocated there 35 years ago. Helga can breathe underwater for short periods of time, thanks to a gill transplant, and tries to seduce Aquaman and to persuade him to make the Atlanteans the Nazis’ partners...both with no success. Aquaman is trapped, and Helga goes to Atlantis with a hologram-Aquaman impersonating him, opening negotiations with Vulko. He finally breaks free, and Helga looses a nuclear torpedo at him which he deflects back at her, after which she appears to die in its explosion.

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