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"The Great Super-Star Game": After a domestic fight, the Huntress and Sportsmaster accept to make a deal: She will organize a team of heroes and Sportsmaster will organize a team of villains, in order to play baseball. If the villians win, she must continue in her crime career; if the heroes win

DC Super-Stars #10 is an issue of the series DC Super-Stars (Volume 1) with a cover date of December, 1976. It was published on September 23, 1976.

Appearing in "The Great Super-Star Game"

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Synopsis for "The Great Super-Star Game"

After a domestic fight, the Huntress and Sportsmaster accept to make a deal: She will organize a team of heroes and Sportsmaster will organize a team of villains, in order to play baseball. If the villians win, she must continue in her crime career; if the heroes win, she will become a hero instead.

Appearing in "The Super-Athletes From Outer Space!"

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Synopsis for "The Super-Athletes From Outer Space!"

This story is reprinted from Strange Adventures #59.

Appearing in "The Fight For the Championship of the Universe!"

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Synopsis for "The Fight For the Championship of the Universe!"

This story is reprinted from Green Lantern (Volume 2) #39.

An alien gladiator Brutus Force has come to Earth to challenge the Green Lantern for title of champion of the universe. In order to get the hero interested in the duel, Brutus commits a number of crimes to garner Green Lantern's attention. Accepting the challenge the two enter the ring in wrestling match. Brutus manages to get the upper hand, but eventually Hal's quick thinking and will power manages to beat the brute force of Brutus Force in a fight. After winning the fight, Hal allows Brutus and his manager to leave Earth since they had returned the money they stole after the fight was won and the two aliens leave Earth, Brutus satisfied to have fought a worthy opponent.

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  • The Great Super-Star Game served as inspiration to the teaser in Batman: The Brave and the Bold (TV Series) Episode: Triumvirate of Terror!
    • The story implies that Huntress and Sportsmaster are Earth-One natives. During the Pre-Crisis, they were identical to their Earth-Two counterparts.
    • The story happens during the short period that Uncle Sam and other Freedom Fighters from Earth-X were living on Earth-One (see Freedom Fighters Vol 1); Uncle Sam is the only Freedom Fighter to have participation in this story. The Plastic Man seen here is an Earth-One native; although he is identical to his Earth-Two counterpart who was killed under unknown circumstances by Earth-X Nazis, Uncle Sam makes no references.

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  • Even with the heroes' victory, Huntress become a crime fighter.



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