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"Superman & Batman: "The Third Face Is... Death"": Bruce Wayne is called upon to impersonate the prince who is to wed Julie Madison, now Princess Portia, to foil a traitorous general's attempt to construct a neutron bomb. Bruce's imperson


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Appearing in Superman & Batman: "The Third Face Is... Death"

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  • Princess Portia (Final appearance)
  • Count Alexander Delos (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Superman & Batman: "The Third Face Is... Death"

Bruce Wayne is called upon to impersonate the prince who is to wed Julie Madison, now Princess Portia, to foil a traitorous general's attempt to construct a neutron bomb. Bruce's impersonation is uncovered by General Lazlo, but fortunately for Bruce, Clark Kent is nearby reporting the iconic wedding. When Clark learns about Bruce's troubles, he goes looking for the bomb and together, the heroes save the real prince and stop Lazlo's plans, who had allied himself with Doc Willard.

On his mission, Bruce gets to see Julie for one last time and after saving her wedding, he returns to America with Superman.

Appearing in Green Arrow & Black Canary: "I Die Screaming (part 1)"

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Synopsis for Green Arrow & Black Canary: "I Die Screaming (part 1)"

After Green Arrow and Black Canary have a fight against a group of faceless aliens, they are astonished to discover the aliens have vanished. Later, the aliens (the Glorn) and their king capture Black Canary at her apartment. Green Arrow discovers Dinah is missing and appeals to Hawkman and Hawkgirl for help. Continued as story three... (The Sound of Murder).

Appearing in Green Arrow & Black Canary: "I Die Screaming (part 2)"

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Synopsis for Green Arrow & Black Canary: "I Die Screaming (part 2)"

Continues from story two (I Die Screaming)... Hawkman and Hawkgirl use a Persona-Tracker from Thanagar on a costume Black Canary has left behind and learn that the Glorn come from a buffer dimension between Earths One and Two, in which the Canary picked up the energy charge that gave her the canary cry. Hawkman gives Green Arrow a dimensional traveling machine. GA enters the Glorn's dimension and battles past soldier-Glorn to the Glorn Hive-Master's inner chamber, where he is captured, seeing a bound Black Canary before him, and learning that she is to be the Glorn's queen.

Appearing in Creeper: "The Wrecker"

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Synopsis for Creeper: "The Wrecker"

The Creeper opposes a round machine of destruction which is sent to destroy Cosmic Broadcasting.

Appearing in Captain Marvel: "The Captain and the King"

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Synopsis for Captain Marvel: "The Captain and the King"

Story continued from Shazam #35. Captain Nazi uses a machine built by Dr. Sivana to control the minds of all non-blonde people in Marvel Family's city.

Notes

  • Despite what it seems, actually the characters in the cover doesn't appear in the same story; While all other characters are from dimension known as Earth-One, Captain Marvel resides on Earth-S.
  • This is the debut of Captain Marvel and his Marvel Family in a regular series since their own magazine was cancelled.
  • In his story, Green Arrow wears infra-googles similar those wore by Dr. Midnite.
  • At the end of Captain Marvel's story, there is a cameo with Ebenezer Batson and Satan. Captain Marvel battles against Satan for his uncle's soul in the next issue.

Trivia

  • After see aliens causing turmoil, Green Arrow get off the plane stairs in a rude way; one of the passengers ask "What is this -- Star City or New York?". This may be an allusion to the fame that New Yorkers bump into people without apologizing.
  • In Captain Marvel's story, the film Curse of the Scorpion, starring Tom Tyler, is in a movie theater. This is one episode of Adventures of Captain Marvel, a live-action theatrically released movie serial, and Tom Tyler was the actor who portraited Captain Marvel.



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