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"Superman & Batman: "The Prisoner of the Kryptonite Asteroid!"": Certain day in Gotham City, the GCPD and Batman are on the trail of a wanted criminal, who finds himself cornered and request to talk to Batman. The Dark Knight agrees and after a brief discussio


Quote1 I am Kor-El, born on Krypton! Superman, my own brother, doomed me to eternal captivity in this space-wandering speck! Tell the universe... Have pity... Free me! Free me! Quote2
-- "Kor-El"



Appearing in Superman & Batman: "The Prisoner of the Kryptonite Asteroid!"

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  • Previous Parasite Next (disguised as Kor-El)
  • Mad Dog Doyle (First appearance)

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Synopsis for Superman & Batman: "The Prisoner of the Kryptonite Asteroid!"

Certain day in Gotham City, the GCPD and Batman are on the trail of a wanted criminal, who finds himself cornered and request to talk to Batman. The Dark Knight agrees and after a brief discussion, Batman is forced to let the criminal go in exchange for a mysterious stone tablet. Batman takes the object for further examination and he calls his friend Superman, who is shocked to learn that the tablet is from Krypton and reveals an untold story about his long-lost twin brother, a misshapen hunchback named Kor-El.

Soon, the world becomes convinced that Superman is responsible for his brother's disappearance, as it seems Kor-El was exiled into space in a Kryptonite asteroid and subsequently blotted out from his memory. Superman is induced to free Kor-El from the asteroid, which kills Superman due to Kryptonite radiation. With the Man of Steel gone, Kor-El is free to take control of Earth and becomes the new ruler of the planet under a vicious dictatorship. The JLA prepare a defense against the evil alien, but their efforts are futile and their only hope is a recently resucitated Superman.

Appearing in Black Canary: "Wulf Hunt!"

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  • Wulf (First appearance)

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  • Dr. Grant (Only appearance; dies)
  • Pierre Dubois (Dies in flashback)

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Synopsis for Black Canary: "Wulf Hunt!"

Black Canary stops three lumberjacks from killing a wolf and her cubs. She learns that they were hunting for a wolf that killed their friend, Pierre Dubois. Later, she hears of Dr. Grant, a scientist and animal rights advocate, and finds him dead in his cabin. The Canary reads in Grant’s notes of how he transformed a bear and wolf into humanoids (one of which was Ursus). The diary breaks off as if Grant had died while writing it. Black Canary fights off the lumberjacks again, who fear they will be blamed for Grant’s death. Later, Dinah Lance takes a shower in her hotel room, not knowing she is being watched by the humanoid wolf.

Appearing in Green Arrow: "Manhunt for a Murderer!"

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  • Slingshot
  • Boss Barney Breed (First appearance)
  • Reggie Ronson (First appearance)

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Synopsis for Green Arrow: "Manhunt for a Murderer!"

Green Arrow trails Slingshot to the office of his employer, Boss Breed, and captures Breed but fails to nab Slingshot. However, fingerprints left by Slingshot on a doorknob prove him to be David Drayson, a cop-killing psychotic. GA follows up Slingshot, again failing to catch him in their next encounter, but finally bringing him down in their next meeting.

Appearing in Vigilante: "Son of a Gun"

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  • Stuff (Flashback and main story) (Dies)

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  • Dummy (Flashback only)
  • Judas Priest Gang (Flashback only) (Single appearance)

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  • Sheriff Sanders (Dies in flashback)

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Synopsis for Vigilante: "Son of a Gun"

The Vigilante’s old partner Stuff is kidnapped and murdered by his enemy the Dummy, and the cowboy crusader vows vengeance.

Appearing in Wonder Woman: "The Baron's Name Is Blitzkrieg"

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  • General Adrian Hawkins (Only appearance; dies)
  • General Sir Claude Auchinleck (First appearance)
  • Mr. McBride (Single appearance)
  • Winston Churchill

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Synopsis for Wonder Woman: "The Baron's Name Is Blitzkrieg"

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Notes

  • This book was first published on May 19, 1977.
  • Cover art: Adams pencils, inks and colours credit from World's Finest #249.

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