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"Superman & Batman: "Whom Gods Would Destroy"": Superman battles Sinestro as Batman tries to pry the secret of the villain’s mysterious backer from the insane Doc Willard.



Appearing in Superman & Batman: "Whom Gods Would Destroy"

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Synopsis for Superman & Batman: "Whom Gods Would Destroy"

Superman battles Sinestro as Batman tries to pry the secret of the villain’s mysterious backer from the insane Doc Willard.

Appearing in Black Canary: "Primeval Scream"

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Synopsis for Black Canary: "Primeval Scream"

Green Arrow and Black Canary learn that the Glorn have been evolved during the last 100 years by radio waves, and that they intend to expand into Earth-One and wipe out humanity. But the Canary manages to reach her Justice League signaling device and triggers it, sending out radio waves that devolve the Glorn into an egg-form again. Green Arrow and Black Canary then free themselves.

Appearing in Green Arrow: "The Race is in the Running"

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Synopsis for Green Arrow: "The Race is in the Running"

The Arrowcar is sold at auction for $100,000, far more than what it should bring, and Green Arrow decides to investigate the buyers. It transpires that the Arrowcar is used to attempt a heist of a million-dollar racing car from driver Bobbie Walleck. Green Arrow stops the thieves by destroying the Arrowcar with a grenade arrow, and, depressed after having to destroy his old car, vows to find the boss behind the crooks.

Appearing in Creeper: "Beware Mr. Wrinkles"

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Synopsis for Creeper: "Beware Mr. Wrinkles"

The Creeper fights Mr. Wrinkles, a villain who has the appearance of a child but the intelligence of an old man, and who can age others at will.

Appearing in Captain Marvel: "The Devil and Capt. Marvel"

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Synopsis for Captain Marvel: "The Devil and Capt. Marvel"

Satan demand the soul of Ebenezer Batson, Billy Batson's uncle; Ebenezer had made a pact with the demon to gain a vast fortune in 1951. When the Marvel and Sivana Families were stranded in Suspendium, Ebenezer was also stranded with them, for 20 years. Once free, Ebenezer could not enjoy the fortune, as the pact deadline had run out. Captain Marvel then accepts a challenge from Satan's six champions to free the soul of his uncle.

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