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"The Girl Whom Time Forgot": Batman Jr. and Superman Jr. make amateur mistakes trying to help their fathers out of boredom. For this reason, Batman and Superman arrange for their sons



Appearing in "The Girl Whom Time Forgot"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Superman
  • Batman
  • Roger Hanson (Single appearance)
  • Lance Hanson (Single appearance)
  • Mimaya (Single appearance)

Villains:

  • Paul Somerset (Single appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Officer Forst (Single appearance)
  • Captain Diego (Only appearance; dies)
  • Linya (Single appearance)
  • Jane (Dies in flashback)

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Synopsis for "The Girl Whom Time Forgot"

Batman Jr. and Superman Jr. make amateur mistakes trying to help their fathers out of boredom. For this reason, Batman and Superman arrange for their sons to travel on an expedition with a notorious archaeologist.

During their adventure, the Super Sons are challenged to solve the mystery of a lost ancient Mayan city and they discover an old tale of betrayal and revenge, which is solved with their assistance.

Appearing in "The Sorcerer of the Sea!"

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  • Unnamed Gangsters (Single appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Jason Deeter (a faux sorcerer) (Single appearance)

Locations:

  • Unknown

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  • None

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  • None

Synopsis for "The Sorcerer of the Sea!"

This story is reprinted from Adventure Comics #245.

Jason Deeter, a man who claims to be a magician, seems to have the power to make Aquaman do whatever he manipulates a tiny Aquaman doll to do. Accordingly, he is kidnapped by a gang of modern pirates whom Aquaman has been trailing, and is made to manipulate Aquaman into pulling off a gem robbery. But the “manipulation” turns out to be a hoax, Jason Deeter is revealed as a policeman, and Aquaman nabs the crooks, who had tipped their location off by kidnapping Deeter.

Appearing in "To Call a Deadman"

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  • Seth Gross
  • Nodo

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Synopsis for "To Call a Deadman"

This story is reprinted from Challengers of the Unknown #74.

Seth Gross, a wicked magician, befriends Vashnu, learns the secret of astral projection, and steals from him a mystic box with the power to trap a soul. He goes into ghost-form and uses the box on the daughter of scientist McJames, forcing him to attempt jewel robberies in return for the soul of the little girl, who will remain in suspended animation for some time. Johnny Double and the Challengers of the Unknown become involved in the case, but it is Deadman who actually fights Gross, inhabits his spirit-form in a particularly painful process, and restores the little girl's soul to her body in time. At that, Deadman exits Gross's ectoplasmic form, with Gross driven insane by the experience and unable to return to his body.

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