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"Sonny Sumo": Mother Box helps heal Sonny Sumo of burn wounds after he fights a robot. Then it transports Sonny to Happyland, where he helps break the Forever People free of Desaad's traps. When Desaad's guards



Appearing in "Sonny Sumo"

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  • Al Fisher
  • Harry
  • Sagutai

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Synopsis for "Sonny Sumo"

Mother Box helps heal Sonny Sumo of burn wounds after he fights a robot. Then it transports Sonny to Happyland, where he helps break the Forever People free of Desaad's traps. When Desaad's guards attack them, Sonny takes the advice of Mark Moonrider and unites his will with that of the Mother Box, putting their enemies to sleep. Darkseid, watching from afar, realizes that Sumo possesses the Anti-Life Equation. He decides that the Forever People must be killed, and Sumo captured.

Appearing in "Crime Carnival!"

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  • The Crime Carnival
  • Midge
  • Preston
  • Samson
  • Stretcho

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Synopsis for "Crime Carnival!"

originally printed in Adventure Comics #84.

Appearing in "The Young Gods of Supertown"

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  • Lonar Next (First appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Young Gods of Supertown"

Lonar, poking amidst the ruins of an "old gods'" battlefield, liberates a great white horse, Thunderer.

Notes

  • While investigating the ruins in the second non-reprint story, Lonar hefts Thor's helmet, which seems a pretty clear indication that Jack considered the Fourth World titles to be a continuation of his mythological story-telling in Thor.

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