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Synopsis for Captain Marvel: "Battle with the Gods"

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Appearing in Aquaman: "The Trail of the Ring"

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Synopsis for Aquaman: "The Trail of the Ring"

This story is reprinted from Aquaman #41.

After Aquaman returns empty-handed, he asks Zancol, an undersea traveller, about the five-sided ring. Zancol replies that such rings can be found in the land of the Maarzons, three days' journey from Atlantis, except for one direction, through the perilous, unexplored Depths, which will cut his journey down to one day's duration. On his way, Aquaman first encounters strange yellow gnome-creatures who telepathically induce fish to batter him. Then he comes upon a strange city, where he kills a glowing monster who was about to devour a woman and is arrested for it. Aquaman learns that the monsters provide the city with heat and light, and are allowed to kill the occasional human in return. Before he can be imprisoned, Aquaman breaks free, jumps astride another monster, and rides it out of town, threatening to kill it if the populace doesn't allow him to leave. Once in the clear, Aquaman leaves the monster, jumps on his sea horse, and resumes his journey.

Appearing in Supergirl: "The Three Super-Heroes"

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Synopsis for Supergirl: "The Three Super-Heroes"

This story is reprinted from Action Comics #267.

After watching a demonstration put on by her cousin Superman in her civilian guise of Linda Lee, Supergirl is visited by three teens who can exhibit extraordinary powers and happen to know Supergirl's secret identity. Supergirl decides to finally investigate when these teens manage to activate her Linda Lee robot.

Upon confronting these teens, they reveal themselves to be Cosmic Boy, Lightning Lad and Saturn Girl, members of the Legion of Super-Heroes from the 30th Century. When Supergirl recalls her cousin telling her of his induction into the Legion when he was Superboy, the Legion members tell her that they are the children of the original Legion and that they want her to join their ranks.

Traveling to the 30th Century, Supergirl meets other new members of the Legion: Chameleon Boy who can change shapes, Invisible Kid who can turn invisible, and Colossal Boy who can grow to titanic heights. Her initiation into the group would require her to perform a super-feat for them. When it's learned that there is too much air traffic on the planet Earth, Supergirl digs a tunnel through the planet wide enough for air ships to fly through in order to lighten the load. However, when she emerges and returns to the Legion, she is shocked that she is a full grown woman and therefor is no qualified to be a member of the Legion who does not admit anyone over the age of 18.

Dismayed, the now Superwoman uses her X-Ray vision to find the cause, and finds that there was a chunk of Red Kryptonite that caused the change in her body. The Legion regretfully tells Superwoman that she will not be able to apply for membership for another year. Returning to her own time, and after the effects of the Kryptonite have worn off, Supergirl (in her civilian guise of Linda Lee) wonders if she'll be invited into the Legion again.

Appearing in Black Canary: "The Canary and the Cat" Part Two

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Synopsis for Black Canary: "The Canary and the Cat" Part Two

This story is reprinted from Adventure Comics #419.

Bertha elects to use Black Canary as a hostage, instead of killing her, and has her bound and placed inside a van they are driving to a point where they intend to intercept and free their leader - a prisoner being taken from one prison to another. Black Canary revives and learns Bertha's plan, finally breaking loose and defeating Bertha and their gang. Later, she learns that the prisoner Bertha hoped to free is Catwoman.

Appearing in Sandman: "The Unholy Dreams of Gentleman Jack"

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Synopsis for Sandman: "The Unholy Dreams of Gentleman Jack"

This story is reprinted from Adventure Comics #85.

Appearing in Superboy: "The Army of Living Kryptonite Men"

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Synopsis for Superboy: "The Army of Living Kryptonite Men"

This story is reprinted from Superboy #86.

In the 30th century, the Legion of Super-Heroes look backwards in time and discover that young Lex Luthor has lured Superboy into a trap. The Boy of Steel is stranded on an asteroid fighting a group of Luthor's animated Kryptonite Men. Legionnaire Lightning Lad goes back in time to aid Superboy. Luthor learns of the existence of the Legion of Super-Heroes.

Appearing in Spectre: "Beyond the Sinister Barrier"

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  • Azmodus (Flashback only)
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Synopsis for Spectre: "Beyond the Sinister Barrier"

This story is reprinted from Showcase #61.

The Spectre battles the demonic Shathan the Eternal.

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  • This book was first published on July 1, 1982.
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