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"The Brimstone Connection": When Fred Danvers is kidnapped by snatch artist Jasper Casbeer and given to Col. Sulphur to have the formula for a new rocket fuel truth-drugged out of him, Supergirl goes to



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  • Gwen (Phone Call Only)
  • Undercover U.S. Agent (unnamed) (Only appearance; dies)

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Synopsis for "The Brimstone Connection"

When Fred Danvers is kidnapped by snatch artist Jasper Casbeer and given to Col. Sulphur to have the formula for a new rocket fuel truth-drugged out of him, Supergirl goes to Batman for help in tracking down her foster father.

Batman has recently been told by a dying U.S. agent of a plot to steal a rocket fuel formula, so he realizes they are searching for the same culprit. Batman and Supergirl track down Sulphur's hideout, but Supergirl is sent to follow a plane which leaves from there while Batman penetrates the hideout site.

Batman is captured by Sulphur and bound to a bomb-triggering device that threatens both him and Danvers, but he escapes and defuses the bomb. When Sulphur and his gang attempt to escape by submarine, their sub is towed back to the surface by Supergirl, who has been radioed back by Batman. Batman cleans up on Sulphur's gang, while Supergirl herself punches out Sulphur.



Notes

  • This book was first published on December 20, 1979.
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Trivia

  • There are a couple of places named after editor Paul Levitz. The first is a bar simply called "Paul's" and the second is a building called "Levitz Apartments Company".



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