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"The Fatal Forecasts of Dr. Zodiac!": Dr. Zodiac, an ex-carnival mystic and con-artist, finds a book of horoscopes and decides to steal it in order to pull spectacular crimes by predicting Batman and Superman's future. At first, his plan seems t



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Synopsis for "The Fatal Forecasts of Dr. Zodiac!"

Dr. Zodiac, an ex-carnival mystic and con-artist, finds a book of horoscopes and decides to steal it in order to pull spectacular crimes by predicting Batman and Superman's future. At first, his plan seems to be successful, but later he learns that it is all a ploy by Superman and Batman to lure him and other big-time gangsters into a trap.

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This story is reprinted from Tales of the Unexpected #5.

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  • This book was first published on July 26, 1966.
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