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"But Bork Can Hurt You!": This story is reprinted from Brave and the Bold #81.



Appearing in "But Bork Can Hurt You!"

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  • Bork (First appearance)
  • Milo Manning (Single appearance)

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  • President of African Nation (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "But Bork Can Hurt You!"

This story is reprinted from Brave and the Bold #81.

When mercenary for hire named Bork arrives in Gotham City and realizes that he's mysteriously invulnerable, he begins a campaign to take over the city, even besting Batman in combat. While Batman is trying to stop Bork and his followers, Batman sends the Flash on a quest to find the source of Bork's power.

Flash finds it in a wooden statue carved into Bork's likeness, however it appears to be equally invulnerable. Running it straight through the sun however destroys it. With the source of Bork's power destroyed, Batman is able to defeat him in single combat. Bork is then turned over to the authorities.

Appearing in "The Ice Dragon"

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  • Captain Olaf
  • Gunnda

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  • Baron Thorvald

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  • Sculpted Ice Dragon

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  • Thorvald's Ship

Synopsis for "The Ice Dragon"

This story is reprinted from Brave and the Bold #5.

During the winter season, Thorvald has his men sculpt a dragon out of an iceberg, and he uses it to scare the people of the fishing village away from the sea. The village will soon run out of food and slowly freeze unless something is done, so When Gunnda sails out to fish on her own, she is captured, forcing Jon to come to her rescue.

Appearing in "The Forest of Traps!"

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  • Gunnda

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  • Baron Thorvald

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  • Captain Olaf

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Synopsis for "The Forest of Traps!"

This story is reprinted from Brave and the Bold #7.

Three groups of men hired by Prince John to impersonate Robin Hood and his Merrie band, are robbing the good people of Tynesbury, in an attempt to ruin Robin Hood's reputation. Robin Hood must round up the thieving imposters to clear his name and those of him men.

Appearing in "Invasion of the Sea Eagles!"

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  • Gunnda

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  • Baron Thorvald

Other Characters:

  • Captain Olaf

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Synopsis for "Invasion of the Sea Eagles!"

This story is reprinted from Brave and the Bold #7.

The evil baron Thorvald has trained a flock of large birds to attack the fishing village of Jon, the Viking Prince. When Gunnda is captured in one of the birds talons, Jon follows it back to Thorvald's castle to rescue her.

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