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"The Man Who'll Know Too Much!": The Ultra Humanite has his sub-men capture Dr. Chuck Grayson, who transplanted a human brain into Robotman's body, in hopes of having him transfer Ultra's brain into Robot

All-Star Squadron #24 is an issue of the series All-Star Squadron (Volume 1) with a cover date of August, 1983. It was published on May 26, 1983.

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Synopsis for "The Man Who'll Know Too Much!"

The Ultra Humanite has his sub-men capture Dr. Chuck Grayson, who transplanted a human brain into Robotman's body, in hopes of having him transfer Ultra's brain into Robotman's form. Then he destroys the carrier Normandie to demonstrate his power, and Steel hears Tarantula tell of a strange youth who claimed to be from 1983, and who called himself Brainwave, Jr.



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