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"Earth - The Monster-Maker!": On a joy-ride between dimensions, an alien boy called A-Rym and his symbiotic pet, Teppy, are flung into the separate worlds of Earth-One and Earth-Two. They must be re-united, or both will die, but the environment of Earth changes both into rampaging, monstrous men



Appearing in "Earth - The Monster-Maker!"

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Synopsis for "Earth - The Monster-Maker!"

On a joy-ride between dimensions, an alien boy called A-Rym and his symbiotic pet, Teppy, are flung into the separate worlds of Earth-One and Earth-Two. They must be re-united, or both will die, but the environment of Earth changes both into rampaging, monstrous menaces. Flash has already been injured in an encounter with Teppy, while the Earth-Two Green Lantern falls prey to A-Rym, who takes his power ring, sensing that it can reunite him with his pet. Joined in the battle by the Robins of both Earths, the Justice League and Justice Society form two new teams to deal with the threats. Green Lantern joins the two Hawk-men and the two Robins against A-Rym, while Flash of Earth-Two teams with the two Supermen and the two Atoms against Teppy. While this second group successfully captures Teppy, on Earth-Two, Robin of Earth-One is injured in the struggle, and A-Rym finds an ally in the macabre Solomon Grundy.

Appearing in "The Day the World Melted"

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Synopsis for "The Day the World Melted"

This story is reprinted from Mystery in Space #6.

The Master of Doom transports the Galaxy Knights back in time to the 20th Century while he attempts to conquer their own time, and Lyle and his men find themselves fighting to save Earth from nuclear devastation. Ultimately, the power of the H-Bomb they manage to detonate harmlessly in space gives them the energy needed to return home and defeat their nemesis.

Appearing in "The Hour Hourman Died!"

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  • Tricky Dick Arnold

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Synopsis for "The Hour Hourman Died!"

This story is reprinted from Spectre #7.

Hourman fights Tricky Dick Arnold to recover stolen Tyler Chemical Company blueprints. However, a shot from the Metalizer Gun that Tricky Dick used to get into Tyler's vault seems to have killed Hourman. Dick disposes of the Metalizer Gun, but Hourman isn't dead yet-- it would seem the radiation won't kill him until the Miraclo wears off! He pursues Arnold, captures him, and retrieves the gun, allowing him to find the antidote to reverse the effects of the Metalizer gun - just in time!

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