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"Superman & Batman: "Last Hurrah for a Superman?!"": During the reign of tyranny of Superman's twin brother, Kor-El, Batman decides to give up. However, when he learns that Superman is still alive, he joins the eff


Quote1 He's alive! Superman's alive -- Now I've got something to fight for -- Kor-El's tyranny will soon end! Quote2
-- Batman



Appearing in Superman & Batman: "Last Hurrah for a Superman?!"

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  • Ram Drood (Dies)

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  • Mad Dog Doyle (Final appearance)

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Synopsis for Superman & Batman: "Last Hurrah for a Superman?!"

During the reign of tyranny of Superman's twin brother, Kor-El, Batman decides to give up. However, when he learns that Superman is still alive, he joins the efforts to take down the madman.

Batman tells Superman that he suspects that Kor-El is not his brohter and is a mere imposter, who somehow managed to learn secrets from Superman's past. Despite the new information, Superman has to confront his "twin brother", but his strength is not enough to defeat his adversary and is instead beaten and taken to prison. In order to help Superman, Batman asks Kor-El for permission to see Superman in prison, before his ultimate execution. The next day, when Superman is about to be killed, he vanishes in front of the shooting squad, baffling Kor-El and his troops. The amazing escape was made possible by The Atom, who switched bodies with Superman during Batman's visit to the Man of Steel in prison.

Meanwhile, Superman and Batman reach the Fortress of Solitude and they continue their investigations on Kor-El and they think of a way to defeat them. Superman decides to turn the tablet that Kor-El used to trick them and transforms it into liquid Kryptonite by replicating the explosion of Krypton and covering the statues of Jor-El and Lara with the chemical.

When Kor-El attends a United Nations' metting to declare himself ruler of the Earth, a couple of representants of Middle East countries offer him the statues of his parents as a gift. The representants are really Batman and Superman in disguise and they trick Kor-El into touching the statues. Once in contact with the Kryptonite, Kor-El is weakened and his true identity is revealed. The man is in fact Parasite, who turns into a cloud of disperse atoms in order to escape.

Once the threat is gone, Batman and Superman reinstate the order in America and the World.

Appearing in Black Canary: "Requiem of Rage"

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Synopsis for Black Canary: "Requiem of Rage"

Dinah Lance is surprised by Wulf, the humanoid wolf, while climbing out of the shower, but defeats him in battle. Wulf explains that he has not come to molest her, but requesting her aid, as his master, Dr. Grant, is dead, and he knows the murderer’s identity. Dinah changes into her Black Canary outfit and heads out on her motorcycle, while Wulf, riding behind her, explains what happened: Dr. Grant was murdered by a mysterious man called Marcel Moreau and his gang, who had financed his operation but who were no longer its beneficiaries. Wulf ended up killing the gang member who had murdered Grant. The Canary tells Wulf she has learned that Moreau is a war profiteer who supplies arms to Middle East revolutionaries. She takes them to Moreau’s island, but, since the sun is coming up, the nocturnal Wolf is paralyzed by a phobia of daytime and the Canary heads on alone. She is brought down by another humanoid animal and soon finds herself Moreau’s prisoner.

Appearing in Green Arrow: "Isle of Hate -- Island of Dread"

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Synopsis for Green Arrow: "Isle of Hate -- Island of Dread"

After capturing Reggie Ronson and his gang, Green Arrow is contacted by Detective Mack Morgan of the Star City police, who relays a warning call from a Canadian resident who was told to call Star City if the Black Canary didn’t return by sundown. GA warps into British Columbia by way of the Justice League’s transporter, meets Wulf, and breaks into Moreau’s residence with him, only to be captured. Moreau gives Wulf a treatment intended to make him a slave, and tells Wulf to release GA and Black Canary into an acid bath, which will free their protein to be used as base material for more animal men. But Wulf rejects Moreau’s order, and causes an explosion which frees the heroes, allowing them to escape. Wulf and Moreau are destroyed in the blast.

Appearing in Vigilante: "Deathmaze"

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Synopsis for Vigilante: "Deathmaze"

The Vigilante is led into a maze of deathtraps and then finds himself framed for murder by the Dummy.

Appearing in Wonder Woman: "The Man in the Doomsday Mask"

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Synopsis for Wonder Woman: "The Man in the Doomsday Mask"

On her quest to stop The Baron Blitzkrieg, Wonder Woman joins forces with Mademoiselle Marie and together they manage to defeat the enemy, or at least that is the apparent outcome.

Notes

  • Cover art: Wood colourist credit from World's Finest #249.

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