FANDOM



"Wonder Woman: "The Malice of the Green Imps"": Wonder Woman in a town makes the Mayor jealous, 'forming a green imp of jealousy.' He gets the help of a corrupt police officer to stop Wonder Woman. They decide to use Big Ike, a convict Wonder Woman wanted rehabilitated. He captures her using her


Quote1 Theoretically, by coordinating the polar pull with the cosmic vibratory influences, and counterbalancing the gravitational lift by the sidereal forces, the Earth will continue steady. Quote2
-- Mister Terrific



Appearing in Wonder Woman: "The Malice of the Green Imps"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Synopsis for Wonder Woman: "The Malice of the Green Imps"

Wonder Woman in a town makes the Mayor jealous, 'forming a green imp of jealousy.' He gets the help of a corrupt police officer to stop Wonder Woman. They decide to use Big Ike, a convict Wonder Woman wanted rehabilitated. He captures her using her lasso and blindfolds her. He feeds her himself as he doesn't want her free at all. She is used to steal the $1,000,000,000 she got to the bank in bonds. She is then taken to a remote area which is set on fire. She uses mental communication to get the Holiday Girls to help her. She frees herself and removes the tape covering her eyes. Ike is defeated with the Policeman, and the Mayor says he will stop being so jealous of Wonder Woman.

Appearing in Black Pirate: "A Decoy to Doom"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Justin Valor
  • Donna Bonita
    • Black Pirate's Crew

Villains:

  • Elihu Buck
    • his hired pirates (Captain Pound, et.al.)

Other Characters:

  • Uriah Blackwell
  • merchant
  • Mayor of Sutton

Synopsis for Black Pirate: "A Decoy to Doom"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in Little Boy Blue: "The Lonely Stranger"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:


Villains:

  • Knuckles O'Grady
    • his gang

Other Characters:

  • The Lonely Stranger (Radio Character)

Synopsis for Little Boy Blue: "The Lonely Stranger"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in Gay Ghost: "Patrick Moran"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:


Villains:

  • Patrick Moran (Dies)
  • Little Augie

Other Characters:

  • Michael Moran
  • Mr. Sherman
  • Prison Warden

Synopsis for Gay Ghost: "Patrick Moran"

  • Synopsis not yet written.

Appearing in Mr. Terrific: "The Fate of the Future"

Featured Characters:

Villains:

  • Black Barax
    • his courtiers and minions
  • Mullins Gang, 1944

Other Characters:

  • Coordinator
  • unnamed men who run the world

Locations:

  • Earth-Two
    • Kikago, 7532 AD
      • Research Laboratory, high above Kikago
    • Large Island in the Western Ocean
      • Barax's Citadel
    • New York City, 1944 AD
  • Additional Alien Planet (Discussed, not shown or named)

Items:

Vehicles:

  • Stratoship

Synopsis for Mr. Terrific: "The Fate of the Future"

In 7532, Black Barax makes his grab for world domination. He abducts the Coordinator, and threatens to kill him unless he is declared World Tyrant. As everyone in 7532 knows, killing the Coordinator will cause the world to shake itself to ribbons in six months, and Barax seems sincerely ready to end the world if he doesn't get his way.

Once Barax signs off, the rulers of this world are ready to give in, but one of them speaks up: What if they could bring, out of the uncivilized Past, a hero, a man of a thousand talents? They've got a machine for that, it sweeps a queer green beam back through the ages, slicing through the dimensions of time and space, until it reaches 1944 and focuses on Mr. Terrific. Terrific is right in the middle of thrashing some hoodlums when the green radiance sweeps him from 1944 to 7532. Adapting quickly to his new surroundings, Terrific is told about the world's situation:

Much earlier, in the 75th Century, the Solar System was joined by an alien planet, which now exerted terrific gravitational forces on Earth. One man was able to overcome those forces, who thus became the Coordinator.

Now this irreplaceable Coordinator was a lunatic's hostage. Mister Terrific asks for a Stratoship and a stick of dynamite, then flies off to Barax's Island Citadel, lands, marches into Barax's throne room, and tells him to turn over the Coordinator, unharmed, right now, or Mr. Terrific will destroy his island. Barax orders his henchmen to attack; Terrific konks their heads together. Barax tries to fight him with a sword; Terrific disarms and spanks him with it. He gives Barax a quick geology lesson, about volcanic action and variable gravity, then uses his one stick of dynamite to open a lava pool nearby! Barax is terrified, and agrees to release the Coordinator, does so, then runs away. Mister Terrific and the Coordinator also depart, in the Stratoship, just as the island's volcanic activity starts to really get going.

The men who run the world in 7532 use their Time Machine to send Mister Terrific back to the same second, in 1944, from which he was time-displaced. His thrashing of the Mullins Mob continues to a successful conclusion as if nothing had happened.

Appearing in Wildcat: "The Key to the Treasure"

Featured Characters:

Synopsis for Wildcat: "The Key to the Treasure"

  • Synopsis not yet written.



Notes

Trivia

  • No trivia.



See Also


Recommended Reading

  • None.


Links and References

  • No external links.
Superboy Vol 4 69
DC Rebirth Logo

This comic page is missing characters!

This comic page is missing one or more character, location or item appearances. If you find any characters that appear in this issue but are not included on the page, please add them to the Appearances list of the comic issue template.
(This template will categorize articles that include it into Category:Missing Characters.)