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"Who Is Capricorn?!": Superman and Batman are baffled by the mind-reader criminal called Capricorn. Little is known about this mysterious foe, but he has managed to blackmail almost every notable citizen in Gotham City thanks to his mind rea



Appearing in "Who Is Capricorn?!"

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Villains:

  • Dr. Bogardus aka Capricorn (Only appearance; dies)

Other Characters:

  • Rick de Fabio (Only appearance; dies)
  • "Rusty" Hall (Single appearance)
  • Gotham Mayor (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "Who Is Capricorn?!"

Superman and Batman are baffled by the mind-reader criminal called Capricorn. Little is known about this mysterious foe, but he has managed to blackmail almost every notable citizen in Gotham City thanks to his mind reading ability. Despite their best efforts, Batman and Superman are not able to capture the criminal, even though they tell the public and the media that they have. Fortunately for them, Capricorn is dying from an incurable disease and when his time comes, he dies without ever facing justice.

Appearing in "The Haunted Millionaire"

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Villains:

  • Adam (Single appearance)

Locations:

  • Stagg Summer Home

Synopsis for "The Haunted Millionaire"

On a trip to the Stagg summer home, Simon, Sapphire, and Metamorpho are menaced by a being who appears to be Simon Stagg’s slaver ancestor Absalom.

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