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All-Star Squadron Vol 1 43

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All-Star Squadron Vol 1 43

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"Ultimate Victory!": The All-Star Squadron is saved by the arrival of the Guardian, but Kung takes Liberty Belle prisoner and Daka orders the All-Stars to bring the defeated Tsunami and Starman's gravity rod to the Bronx Zoo at midnight for a trade.



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Synopsis for "Ultimate Victory!"

The All-Star Squadron is saved by the arrival of the Guardian, but Kung takes Liberty Belle prisoner and Daka orders the All-Stars to bring the defeated Tsunami and Starman's gravity rod to the Bronx Zoo at midnight for a trade.



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