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"Captain Marvel Meets...Lex Luthor!?": On Earth-One, Lex Luthor builds a device capable of absorbing mystic power from the very air, and intends to use this object against the Man of Steel. But its first use causes Luthor to travel to the



Appearing in "Captain Marvel Meets...Lex Luthor!?"

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Synopsis for "Captain Marvel Meets...Lex Luthor!?"

On Earth-One, Lex Luthor builds a device capable of absorbing mystic power from the very air, and intends to use this object against the Man of Steel. But its first use causes Luthor to travel to the Earth-S dimension, where he makes an alliance with Mister Mind to destroy Captain Marvel.

Appearing in "Mary Marvel Meets the Chameleon Girl!"

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Synopsis for "Mary Marvel Meets the Chameleon Girl!"

This story is reprinted from Marvel Family #47.

A young woman, Lucy Todd, doesn't want to be herself anymore. She toils at chemistry in all of her spare time until she discovers a chameleon hormone that enables her to change her height, weight, complexion, hair color, eye color, and apparent age. Despite some good advice from Mary Marvel, Lucy makes poor use of her new ability, and complicates her own life in unforeseen ways, losing her job and her apartment, and getting arrested for murder, and losing her boyfriend. Also she loses control of the changing ability, as the chameleon hormone formula continues to work on her, and the changes become more random. Mary invents an antidote for Lucy's hormone formula, and Lucy agrees that it's best to just be herself.

Appearing in "Sivana's Good Inventions"

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Synopsis for "Sivana's Good Inventions"

This story is reprinted from Marvel Family #50.

Appearing in "The Marvel Family Battles the King of All Time"

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Synopsis for "The Marvel Family Battles the King of All Time"

This story is reprinted from Marvel Family #88.

In Fawcett city a siren sounds. Billy announces it is a fake air raid, but as he goes home he thinks about the fact he didn't have time to report about Zotan, the dictator who took over the mountain kingdom of Javania in one week. Real ships appear, but the army think their air force is doing this to help the practice and fire blanks. However it is really the fleet of Zotan, who has taken advantage of the lulled security. His fleet starts dropping bombs on the city. The Marvels transform when they realise this is real, however a bomb reaches the basement, hitting the other occupants. They are unharmed, but start shouting 'Down with America! Down with democracy!', attacking the Marvel Family. The Marvels see an air raid warden has also been affected and realises the bombs only effect the mind. Captain Marvel finds the bombs are soft plastic, and instead of explosives hold a drug-like gas that enslaves human minds. Zotan talks about how his weapons possess minds. In his arsenal are 'Mental ammunition', 'Dictator Bombs', 'Lie Bullets', 'slavery shells,' 'Evilness rays', 'Tyranny cannon' and 'propaganda rockets.'

The Marvel family decide to attack the bombers. However only a dozen are smashed, and Zotan has over a hundred. He orders one of his henchmen at the Century Control to move the Time Lever so the rest of his ships can be saved. His fleet shifts to a different century. The Marvels find only a few thousand citizens were mentally bombed, so go to have them held for observation. The Marvels fly faster than light and get to the Rock of Eternity to ask Shazam about who attacked their century. He tells them it was Zotan; in One Million AD he was exposed as a brutal tyrant. He was exiled to 1953 and dropped in Javania. Using his advanced knowledge he made weapons of the future. Shazam explains all wars are fought over ideas, in the future all killing weapons were abandoned and only mental weapons were used. They go back to Earth, but find Zotan has taken over America. They are chased away, and find everywhere on Earth has been taken over by Zotan, meaning they leave Earth.

Appearing in "The Incredible Calculator"

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Synopsis for "The Incredible Calculator"

This story is reprinted from Captain Marvel Adventures #53.

Appearing in "Mr. Tawny's Bouncing Shoes"

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Synopsis for "Mr. Tawny's Bouncing Shoes"

This story is reprinted from Captain Marvel Adventures #134.

Appearing in "The Day Civilization Went Backwards"

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Synopsis for "The Day Civilization Went Backwards"

This story is reprinted from Captain Marvel Adventures #115.

Appearing in "The Man in the Paper Armor!"

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