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"Superboy: "The Super-Outlaw of Smallville"": “Wizard” Holton tricks Krypto into jumping into a box which he carries on his back, and hypnotizes the dog into making it look as though Holton has super-powers. Superboy sets things to rights.


Quote1 You again! Don't you know how dangerous this can be for a girl? We could've handled them! Quote2
-- Green Arrow



Appearing in Superboy: "The Super-Outlaw of Smallville"

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Synopsis for Superboy: "The Super-Outlaw of Smallville"

“Wizard” Holton tricks Krypto into jumping into a box which he carries on his back, and hypnotizes the dog into making it look as though Holton has super-powers. Superboy sets things to rights.

Appearing in Green Arrow: "The Queen Arrow"

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  • Crooks (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Green Arrow: "The Queen Arrow"

Diana Dare, daughter of millionaire Everet Dare, is a collector of arrows and idolizes Green Arrow. But when night falls, she is something else - as she sleepwalks, gathers a bow and arrows, dons a mask and green costume patterned after Green Arrow's, and goes out to fight crime as Queen Arrow. Green Arrow and Speedy are flabbergasted at her appearance, though she is an effective crime-fighter. When they find that the Queen Arrow has fired one of their old arrows, they deduce her identity and go to the Dare estate. Everet Dare, Green Arrow, and Speedy all see Diana sleepwalk back to her room. Green Arrow examines the arrows in her collection and finds a “rare Javiro ceremonial arrow”, which is painted with a “potion that causes loss of will power! The victim then will carry out any hidden desires!” Dare confirms that Diana did cut her finger on the arrowhead. Green Arrow mixes up an antidote for the potion and administers it to Diana. When she awakens, she has no memory of her brief career as Queen Arrow.

Appearing in Aquaman: "The Mutiny Against Aquaman"

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  • Horace Forrest (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for Aquaman: "The Mutiny Against Aquaman"

Aquaman saves diver Roger Curtis from a shark and learns of his dilemma: his late father, a circus owner, put a clause in his will bequeathing the circus to him provided he train four of the most dangerous fish in the ocean and put on a show in a tank under the big top. Lawyer Horace Forrest is opposed to the plan, and Aquaman admits that the sea creatures are almost untrainable, but helps out by ordering a shark, a squid, a swordfish, and a whale to perform with him. However, a chemical dumped in the water maddens the sea creatures, and Aquaman is barely able to stop them from killing him during the show. Afterwards, Horace Forrest is caught with the chemical container in his hands, and admits that the elder Curtis's will would leave the circus to him if Roger was unable to fulfill his father's wishes.

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