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"The Treasure Hunt Caper": Plastic Man and Woozy were behind on rent for their detective agency, so they eagerly accepted a job from Treasure Hunt, who claimed her brother Tiger Hunt was going to use an atomic atomizer to kill Superman, and asked Plastic Man to stop him with a nullifier she gave



Appearing in "The Treasure Hunt Caper"

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Other Characters:

  • WGBS staff
  • Mr. Bigboute (Plas & Woozy's landlord)

Locations:

  • Lois & Clark's apartment
  • Plas & Woozy's apartment

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Synopsis for "The Treasure Hunt Caper"

Plastic Man and Woozy were behind on rent for their detective agency, so they eagerly accepted a job from Treasure Hunt, who claimed her brother Tiger Hunt was going to use an atomic atomizer to kill Superman, and asked Plastic Man to stop him with a nullifier she gave him. Both he and Woozy went to Metropolis and met up with Superman, who also had a nullifier, given to him by Tiger Hunt, who told Superman Treasure Hunt was going to kill him with an sonic atomizer. The nullifiers were actually robots that fought Plastic Man and Superman and stole Superman's cape. The Hunts were bored and rich, and engaged in competitions to win valuable objects. To teach them a lesson, Superman caught up with Treasure's robot and took back his cape. He had Plastic Man disguise himself as the cape, and Treasure proudly hung him up in her trophy room. When she was gone Plastic Man snuck off.



Notes

  • Superman navigation number 1996/11.
  • This is the third part of "Team-Up Month", a mini-event announced in the Superman letter columns. Triangle numbers 1996/9 to 1996/13 all feature a prominent superhero guest star, complete with their logo on the cover (in the style of DC Comics Presents, Brave and the Bold, etc.).

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[[Category:Team-Up Month|Superman Vol 2 0110]]

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