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"The Power of the Pi-Meson Man!": A new villain with radiation powers menaces Metropolis, and Superman and Batman learn that a blind girl can “see” him.

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"The Power of the Pi-Meson Man!"

Cover for World's Finest #262 (1980)

"Gravitational Boom-A-Rang"

"Siren of the Sargasso"

"The Ghost of Adam Strange"

"The Captain Marvel of 7,000 B.C."

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Quote1 And this should convince you -- Don't confuse animals with people! Quote2
-- Black Canary



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Synopsis for "The Power of the Pi-Meson Man!"

A new villain with radiation powers menaces Metropolis, and Superman and Batman learn that a blind girl can “see” him.

Appearing in "Gravitational Boom-A-Rang"

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Synopsis for "Gravitational Boom-A-Rang"

Black Canary frees Green Arrow from Auntie Gravity’s power with her canary cry, and then battles Auntie and her relatives, but is kayoed by a tree branch Auntie sends against her, and is kidnapped by the villains. However, the Canary later breaks free, subdues Auntie’s nephews, and defeats Auntie Gravity in a power-duel.

Appearing in "Siren of the Sargasso"

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  • Arthur (Single appearance)
  • Hawkman (Cameo)
  • John Lyndon (Single appearance)
  • Siggy
  • Whales

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Synopsis for "Siren of the Sargasso"

Aquaman goes to find a senator who reportedly dove into the sea and vanished. When he arrives at the point indicated, he is lured into another dimension by a ghostly woman who firms into full materiality when the dimensional barrier is crossed. The place into which he emerges is the legendary Sargasso Sea, full of wrecked ships and the people who were on them. The woman proves to be Atlena, an Atlantean scientist who existed there at the time of the continent’s sinking. She says that she created a device which was intended to shift Atlantis into the limbo-world they now inhabit, but the machine only sent her into that realm and now, still extant on Earth, the machine traps other men and women in that dimension periodically, despite Atlena’s ghostly appearances intended to warn them away. The force of the whirlpool above them stops them from returning to Earth, but Aquaman is able to manage it. With the help of Mera and Aqualad, Aquaman almost manages to bring the Sargasso Sea inhabitants back to Earth, but fails. He promises to try again in the future.

Appearing in "The Ghost of Adam Strange"

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