"Brainiac's Super Brain-Child": Brainiac fails to steal the Bottled City of Kandor from the Fortress of Solitude and he decides to create a female computer-being, modeled after a female human, whi he calls Genia. Braniac programs Genia to attack [[Kal-El (Earth-O
Appearing in "Brainiac's Super Brain-Child"
- Genia (Single appearance)
- Madam Tru (Single appearance)
- Utility Belt
- Phantom Zone Gun
Synopsis for "Brainiac's Super Brain-Child"
Brainiac fails to steal the Bottled City of Kandor from the Fortress of Solitude and he decides to create a female computer-being, modeled after a female human, whi he calls Genia. Braniac programs Genia to attack Superman, Batman, and Robin and he also uses the robot to force the heroes into stealing five cities of the world. Braniac's plan is almost successful until Superman learns about Genia's robotic nature. He tampers with her programming and forces her to trick Braniac. Knowing that he is defeated, Braniac escapes with a new capability that allows him to phase through walls. The heroes are left alone with Gelia, and she manages to deduce their secret identities. Knowing that her existence could prove dangerous, Batman uses a gun that would send her to the Phantom Zone, but Superman beats him to it and he uses a shrinking ray that sends Gelia to Kandor, where she can't escape and will be turned good by the scientists of Kandor.
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Synopsis for "The Brush That Could Haunt Men's Souls"
This story is reprinted from House of Mystery #10.
- This book was first published on December 13, 1966.
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- In the first story, there's a reference to writer Rudyard Kipling.
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