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"Wonder Woman: "The Battle of Desires"": The synopsis for this issue has not yet been written.

Comic Cavalcade #16 is an issue of the series Comic Cavalcade (Volume 1) with a cover date of August, 1946.

Synopsis for Wonder Woman: "The Battle of Desires"


Appearing in Wonder Woman: "The Battle of Desires"

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  • Dominance (As an illusion only)

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  • Don Elliot
  • Vittono
  • Mary Elliot
  • Malcolm Elliot
  • Ellen Fair (judge)
  • Police officers
  • Love (As an illusion only)
  • Friendship (As an illusion only)
  • Fear (As an illusion only)
  • Selfish (As an illusion only)
  • Creativity (As an illusion only)

Locations:

  • Elliots home
  • Juvenile court
  • Paula von Gunther's laboratory

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  • Introspection machine
  • Magnetic chair

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Synopsis for Foney Fairy Tales: "The Genie and the Tramp"


Appearing in Foney Fairy Tales: "The Genie and the Tramp"

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Synopsis for Flash: "Pound the Ivories, Pal"


Appearing in Flash: "Pound the Ivories, Pal"

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  • Curt Ronald
  • Barry Brown

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Synopsis for Just a Story: "The World of Timothy Wiggins"


Appearing in Just a Story: "The World of Timothy Wiggins"

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  • Timothy Wiggins, a daydreamer
    • his wife

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  • Berlin (In dream sequence only)

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Synopsis for Hop Harrigan: "The Black Dragoons"


Appearing in Hop Harrigan: "The Black Dragoons"

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  • Black Dragoons

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Synopsis for Green Lantern: "The Headstrong Heads"

Alan Scott and Doiby Dickles are reading at home when they both start hearing strange telepathic voices instructing Alan to change to Green Lantern and charge his ring. As soon as he does they find themselves teleported onto a spaceship that deposits them on a planet inhabited by "Schizoids", people who have two heads, one evolved and good (alpha), the other savage and evil (beta). The beta-heads usually sleep but are starting to wake up and take over the aliens' bodies. Worse for Green Lantern, they have a penchant for wooden weapons like clubs and boomerangs. The leader of the alpha-heads manages to telepathically pass on to Green Lantern that loud noises are the beta-heads' weakness, and Doiby screams their enemies unconscious. Green Lantern then uses his ring to render all the beta-heads permanently comatose, figuring that eventually they'll probably inherit the alpha-heads' good qualities. The heroes of Earth are put on a ship back to their own planet in gratitude, but Doiby panics when he gets home and sees himself in the mirror, afraid he's growing an evil head of his own.

Appearing in Green Lantern: "The Headstrong Heads"

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  • Schizoids (betas)
    • Karr-Beta

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  • Schizoids (alphas)
    • Karr-Alpha

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  • Schizoids' planet

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  • Matter Transmitter

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