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"Catch a Falling Starman!": After Firebrand, Green Lantern, and Hawkman save Starman from falling unconscious to his death, Tarantula remembers the origin story the hero provided for John Law's book on super-heroes. After aiding Batman and Robin somewhat in a case, gaining a gravity rod designe



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  • Doctor Doog (Flashback only)
    • Brotherhood of the Electron (Flashback only)

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  • Abraham Davis (Flashback only)
  • Maurice (Flashback only)
  • Winston (Ted Knight's chauffeur, Flashback)

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Synopsis for "Catch a Falling Starman!"

After Firebrand, Green Lantern, and Hawkman save Starman from falling unconscious to his death, Tarantula remembers the origin story the hero provided for John Law's book on super-heroes. After aiding Batman and Robin somewhat in a case, gaining a gravity rod designed by Professor Abraham Davis from his cousin Sandy, and later learning she had become the crime-fighting Phantom Lady, Ted Knight powered Davis's rod with "unknown cosmic rays", designed a costume, and offered his services to the FBI as Starman.



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