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"Superman & Batman: "The Twelve Coins of Power!"": Dr. Zodiac seeks to steal twelve Atlantean coins bearing the signs of the Zodiac, each of which will give him the powers of Zodiac symbols following a strange ritual. Batman becomes a


Quote1 It just seems fitting, Mr. Edge... Because when Zodiac stole that coin, he really got your goat! Ha! Ha! Ha! Quote2
-- Jimmy Olsen



Appearing in Superman & Batman: "The Twelve Coins of Power!"

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  • Doctor Zodiac
    • Roscoe (Single appearance)
    • Carl (Single appearance)
    • Tony (Single appearance)

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  • Benny (Single appearance)
  • Ar-Phazel (Flashback only)

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Synopsis for Superman & Batman: "The Twelve Coins of Power!"

Dr. Zodiac seeks to steal twelve Atlantean coins bearing the signs of the Zodiac, each of which will give him the powers of Zodiac symbols following a strange ritual. Batman becomes aware of the plan when one if his coins is stolen from his private collection.

When Batman tells the information to Superman, who in turn goes to Atlantis to learn the origin of the coins. While in the lost city, Superman is attacked by Dr. Zodiac, who has gained the powers of the coins he has already stolen.

Zodiac overpowers Superman and Batman on every occasion thanks to his newfound powers and after a crime spree, there is only one coin missing to grant him the entire powers of the Zodiac signs. Batman prepares a trap to force Dr. Zodiac to steal a fake coin and when the evil magician tries to use it, his powers are drained, as Superman had learned that the whole process would revert if a regular coin was used in the ritual. Thus, Dr. Zodiac is capture and all the stolen coins are returned.

Appearing in Green Arrow: "The Blade of Death"

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  • Al Canino
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  • Yoshido Minowara

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  • Yoshido Minowara's daughter (unnamed)

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Synopsis for Green Arrow: "The Blade of Death"

When Green Arrow begins cracking down on the drug-dealing operations of gangster Al Canino, the gang-boss forces samurai and restaurateur Yoshido Minowara to work against the archer by kidnapping Minowara's daughter. But Green Arrow and Minowara form an alliance, free the girl, and bring down Canino and his operation.

Appearing in Red Tornado: "Whose Body is It Anyway?"

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Synopsis for Red Tornado: "Whose Body is It Anyway?"

T.O. Morrow, in the Red Tornado's body, tries to take the hero's place, but the Red Tornado, in T.O. Morrow's body, follows him for a showdown.

Appearing in Hawkman: "Your City or Your Life!"

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Appearing in Captain Marvel: "A Sleep and the Deep"

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