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DC Comics Presents Vol 1 69

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DC Comics Presents Vol 1 69

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"Back To World War II": After a plaque is found recognizing Perry White’s coverage of Adolf Hitler’s “Secret Olympics” in 1941, which Perry does not remember, Clark Kent becomes Superman, travels back to 1941 to investigates, and helps the Blackhawks save Albert Einstein from the Nazis, while me



Appearing in "Back To World War II"

Featured Characters:

  • Superman (First appearance as Jonathan Clinton)
  • Blackhawk (First appearance as General Moelder)

Supporting Characters:

Villains:

Other Characters:

  • Betty Grable (Mentioned only)
  • British Press Corps
  • Great Caesar (Mentioned only)
  • Metropolis Foreign Press Association
  • Sam Hill (Mentioned only)
  • Touring Athlete Squadron
  • Walter Winchell (Mentioned only)

Locations:

  • Bio-Lab
  • Zidorf

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Vehicles:

Synopsis for "Back To World War II"

After a plaque is found recognizing Perry White’s coverage of Adolf Hitler’s “Secret Olympics” in 1941, which Perry does not remember, Clark Kent becomes Superman, travels back to 1941 to investigates, and helps the Blackhawks save Albert Einstein from the Nazis, while meeting a younger Perry White.



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