"Superman: "The Legion of Super-Creatures!"": This story is reprinted from Action Comics #326.
Appearing in Superman: "The Legion of Super-Creatures!"
Synopsis for Superman: "The Legion of Super-Creatures!"
This story is reprinted from Action Comics #326.
Superman is apparently stymied by giant insects who come from a world even larger than Krypton, and who have more power than he does.
Appearing in Green Lantern: "The Leap Year Menace!"
- The Chiller-Diller (Single appearance)
- Mrs. Cranston (Single appearance)
- General Willis (Single appearance)
Synopsis for Green Lantern: "The Leap Year Menace!"
This story is reprinted from Green Lantern (Volume 2) #3.
With a legion of female fans fawning over him, Carol fears that Green Lantern's days as a bachelor are numbered and wants to be the one to pop him the big question. When she tells Hal, it gives him a heads up that she intends to propose to him as Green Lantern at the local charity ball. When stuck in a with having to answer her, Green Lantern wills his power ring to create a "menace" for him to stop. However, Hal is knocked out when he's hit in the head with a toy plane and his "menace" unwittingly causes trouble around town by stumbling around and being generally clumsy. Green Lantern revives and makes the "menace" disappear before the military can strike it with their weapons.
Green Lantern is commended for "destroying" the creature (Which he feels bad accepting the praise since he created the "menace" to begin with, but keeps mum about the truth.) When Carol tries once more to propose to Green Lantern, his legion of fans show up all proposing to him as well. Seeing this as an our, G.L. tells the ladies that he can't marry them all and leaves.
Appearing in The War That Time Forgot: "The Big House of Monsters!"
Synopsis for The War That Time Forgot: "The Big House of Monsters!"
This story is reprinted from Star-Spangled War Stories #132.
Appearing in "The Marvel Family Reaches Eternity"
Synopsis for "The Marvel Family Reaches Eternity"
This story is reprinted from Marvel Family #7.
The Three Faces of Evil break free from their prison under the Rock of Eternity and steal Pandora's box. Here they are referred to as Evil, who can split himself into three forms. They fly away to attack worlds, however the Marvel Family arrives and are sent after the three forms. Captain Marvel follows Sin, who tries to destroy him in a star but is captured. Another part tries to destroy Jr. by making him crash into an asteroid, but Jr. withstands it and captures his quarry. Mary confronts the last one on a dead world. He releases a hornet from the box that makes her say Shazam, transforming her back. He uses his hand to prevent her speaking, then binds and gags her, telling her he will infect Earth. However the hornet stings him causing trouble for him, his foot pulls Mary's ropes off. She removes her gag and transforms, then takes her foe back. Shazam makes them merge into one being again, then the Marvel Family imprison them under the Rock once more. Shazam tells them it will take thousands of years for them to work up the strength to break free, and by then he will have other means of imprisoning them.
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