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"The Great Unknown!": The Challengers of the Unknown investigate a recently abandoned nuclear test site in Siberia, and are intercepted by a Soviet agent doing the same. They are all then overrun by mutated creatures under the command of Zarra, who claims to be the rightful heir to the Russian t


Quote1 Will you gun nuts calm down? I'll come quietly in a minute, and just get away later. Quote2
-- Cheetah



Appearing in "The Great Unknown!"

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Synopsis for "The Great Unknown!"

The Challengers of the Unknown investigate a recently abandoned nuclear test site in Siberia, and are intercepted by a Soviet agent doing the same. They are all then overrun by mutated creatures under the command of Zarra, who claims to be the rightful heir to the Russian throne. Much chaos, and a possible atomic explosion, ensue, and in the process, the Challengers lose sight of the Russian agent, who was beginning to grow on Ace.

Appearing in "Twisted"

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Synopsis for "Twisted"

The recently deceased Deadman investigates the murder of a former circus colleague - a member of the freak show. In the process he discovers deep-rooted prejudice and fear, and subtly teaches the investigating officers a thing or two.

Appearing in "Passenger 15B"

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On his way to Los Angeles to start a new life, Changeling has the misfortune to be seated next to a disguised Mr. 104, who has spent quite some time re-assembling his molecules since his 'death' with the Suicide Squad. He thinks Changeling is pursuing him and a big fight ensues, sadly with no press opportunity for the hero.

Appearing in "A Little Goes a Long Way"

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Wonder Woman discovers that her lasso has gone missing, and when she hears that the Cheetah is on a rampage, she assumes that the fatal feline has got it. She tracks her foe down to Gateway City's zoo, where the villain is eventually apprehended in the crocodile pit. However, she has a faux copy of a map to Paradise Island in her possession rather than the lasso, which Wonder Woman eventually locates in the care of Wonder Girl, who 'borrowed' it in order to extract a confession from a school bully.

Appearing in "Heart of Tin"

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Synopsis for "Heart of Tin"

The Metal Men are slowly going mad since they are deprived of human contact almost completely. They are saved, however, by Tin, who has been plucking up the courage to speak to his mother, who gladly accepts all of the Metal Men into her fold.

Appearing in "Carnival in Armagetto!"

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Synopsis for "Carnival in Armagetto!"

Every year, the inhabitants of Armagetto on Apokolips lay a bunch of flowers in the center of a square in their city as a symbol of hope and defiance. Darkseid is adamant that this year it will not go ahead, and his Commander Tusk sends a large deployment of shock troops into the hunger dogs' living area. However, despite all efforts, the citizens, with a little help from Scott Free, succeed in their plan by a combination of wits and bravery.

Appearing in "Bedtime Story"

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A group of thirtieth century cultural historians attempt to corroborate the various myths surrounding a being known as Superman, and come to the conclusion that they know little of the truth about his existence, though he undoubtedly did exist.

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  • "The Great Unknown" takes place approximately 15 years ago.
  • "Twisted" takes place some 13 years ago.



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