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"Superman & Batman: "The Innocent Who Hated"": A bag lady gains possession of an alien creature that can turn her wishes into realities, which creates problems for Metropolis, and for Superman and Batman.



Appearing in Superman & Batman: "The Innocent Who Hated"

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Synopsis for Superman & Batman: "The Innocent Who Hated"

A bag lady gains possession of an alien creature that can turn her wishes into realities, which creates problems for Metropolis, and for Superman and Batman.

Appearing in Black Lightning: "Death Ransom"

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Synopsis for Black Lightning: "Death Ransom"

Tobias Whale captures Black Lightning, thinking he can use him as leverage to regain his place in the 100. But when his aide, Tabitha Katt, turns against him, Whale forges an alliance with the Ebon Bolt against the crime cartel.

Appearing in Green Arrow: "Time Keeps on Killing"

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  • Doctor Merlis
  • Nate Peterson

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Synopsis for Green Arrow: "Time Keeps on Killing"

After taking down a group of crooks at Star Tower, which houses the town clock on one of its faces, Green Arrow encounters a workman whose face he places only after he leaves: William Tockman, the Clock King, whom he encountered years earlier. Originally, Tockman became the Clock King to steal enough money to support his invalid sister when a doctor mistakenly told him he had only six months to live. However, during the Clock King’s long imprisonment, his sister died. Thus, the Clock King vowed to get revenge on both the doctor and Green Arrow, which he intends to fulfill by blowing up Star Tower, where the doctor has his offices and where he has tricked Green Arrow into showing up. After a brief battle, Green Arrow defeats the Clock King and stops the time bomb in the works of the great clock.

Appearing in Hawkman: "Attack of the In-and-Out Invaders"

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  • Darwin Abernathy
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Synopsis for Hawkman: "Attack of the In-and-Out Invaders"

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Appearing in Captain Marvel: "The Invincible Man"

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Trivia

The Captain Marvel story makes use of the element Marvelium, which Captain Marvel claims to have invented and to be capable of holding phantoms prisoner. This is not hyperbole; Marvelium's origin story was in Captain Marvel Adventures Vol 1 100 and indeed had Sivana failing to escape a Marvelium cell while in phantom form. Sivana is seen with a book named Collected Papers of Todd Klein on his reading desk.



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