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Karate Kid Vol 1 13

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"Tomorrow's Battle... Yesterday": Karate Kid and the Legion of Super-Heroes try to stave off three disasters brought on by Major Disaster and the Lord of Time, while Iris Jacobs is converted into a crystalline menace.



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Synopsis for "Tomorrow's Battle... Yesterday"

Karate Kid and the Legion of Super-Heroes try to stave off three disasters brought on by Major Disaster and the Lord of Time, while Iris Jacobs is converted into a crystalline menace.



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