"The Mystery of the Alien Super-Boy": When three aliens arrive outside Gotham City and begin robbing the Colonial Museum, Batman, Robin and Superman are called in to deal with them. To the heroes surprise, one
Appearing in "The Mystery of the Alien Super-Boy"
- Hroguth (Single appearance)
- Sklur (Single appearance)
- Hansh (Single appearance)
- Logi (Single appearance)
- Quisto (Single appearance)
Synopsis for "The Mystery of the Alien Super-Boy"
When three aliens arrive outside Gotham City and begin robbing the Colonial Museum, Batman, Robin and Superman are called in to deal with them. To the heroes surprise, one of their number has super powers and easily fights off the Dynamic Duo. Evenly matched with Superman, the alien uses it's x-ray vision to melt a railroad track forcing Superman to leave the scene to repair the damage before a train goes by and derails, allowing the crooks to get away.
In pursuing the crooks, Batman and Robin are attacked by another alien and his pet, during the fight their masks are ripped off just as Superman arrives. The alien then suddenly stop the fight and explains himself He tell the heroes his name is Logi from the planet Durim. He explains that one day he and his teacher were bombarded by strange energy by a meteor that crashed on their home world. The meteor gave both super powers, while Logi wanted to use his for good, Hroguth wanted to use his for personal gain and became criminal. When he learned that Hroguth came to Earth to steal copper (a rare substance on their world) to power a device that would strip Logi of his powers, he and his pet Quisto came to stop them.
They track down Hroguth and his minions, however they are too late to stop them from finishing their device. They manage to use it on Logi, however the Earth heroes manage to drive Hroguth and his thugs away from the scene. When Superman, Batman and Robin seemingly leave the weakened Logi behind to hunt for Hroguth, the villain returns to finish the job. However, this is all a trick, as Robin had disguised himself as Logi and vice-versa. The Superman and Batman manage to get the device away from Hroguth and Superman holds the crook long enough for Batman to use the device to strip him of his powers. With Hroguth no longer a threat, the destroy the device and turn the three criminals over to Logi to return to his home world to answer for their crimes.
Appearing in "The Planeteers' Plutonian Passenger"
Synopsis for "The Planeteers' Plutonian Passenger"
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Appearing in "The Case of the Crime Specialists"
Synopsis for "The Case of the Crime Specialists"
A criminal calling himself the Mastermind is hiring criminals to pull off seemingly impossible crimes in order to acquire a large amount of gold. Green Arrow tries to stop the crooks and just as he thinks he's about to catch the crooks they manage to get away. Green Arrow then fakes his own death, appearing to be killed inside the Arrowplane when the crooks shoot it out of the sky. However in actually, he is hiding in a mock-up of an Egyptian gold statue the crooks have stolen. When they bring it to their base, Green Arrow emerges and rounds them all up for the police.
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