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"S.O.S. to Nowhere!": The heroes try to defeat the plans of the villains, as the evildoers now know everything on Earth due the Absorbascon, including their secret identities. The heroes hide their beloved ones in Gorilla City in order to keep them safe. Robby Reed lends his Dial H to the JLA, w

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Silver Age 80-Page Giant #1 is a one-shot with a cover date of July, 2000.

Synopsis for "S.O.S. to Nowhere!"

The heroes try to defeat the plans of the villains, as the evildoers now know everything on Earth due the Absorbascon, including their secret identities. The heroes hide their beloved ones in Gorilla City in order to keep them safe. Robby Reed lends his Dial H to the JLA, who are transformed into new heroes. Agamemno becomes one with the Central Power Battery of Oa. Thanagarian Wingmen come to the fight, brought by the Green Lantern Corps.

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Synopsis for "The Mad Hatter's Hat Crimes!"


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Synopsis for "The Invaders from Space?"


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Synopsis for "Wonder Girl's Mystery Suitor!"


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  • Aphrodite
  • Bird-Boy (Single appearance)
  • Centaur Boy (Single appearance)
  • Hippolyta
  • Mer-Boy (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "The Life Story of... Super-Turtle"


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  • Shh-Ell

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  • Planet Galapagon

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  • Silver Age takes place on past, is Silver Age-themed, but trying to fit in the continuity between Crisis on Infinite Earths and Infinite Crisis. Thus, Wonder Woman had not arrived in the Man's world at this time; she is replaced by Black Canary. The series has some continuity errors such as: Superman being a full member of the JLA and having a friendly relationship with Batman in this point of time; An apparently "impossible year" where there is an active Batgirl (according Zero Hour and Batman timelines she debuted 5 years before Zero Hour), Teen Titans (7 years before Zero Hour), Brainiac (4 years before Zero Hour), Mr. Element (who changed his costumed identity to Dr. Alchemy in the next appearance), and Doom Patrol (who died circa 9 years before Zero Hour).
  • The orange, blue, indigo, yellow and red power rings featured in the "S.O.S. to Nowhere!" story were created through the combination of the Central Power Battery of Oa and a prismatic jewel. They aren't related to any Lantern Corps.
  • "The Invaders from Space?" was originally intended for Superman's Pal, Jimmy Olsen #133.
  • The Hawkman seen talking to the heroes is unnamed. He can or can't be Katar Hol.
  • In this point of time the son of Aquaman is still alive.
  • Shining Knight II will become Atomic Knight some time after.
  • Luthor's hideout seems completely out of a Post-Crisis timeline. Luthor has a solid prestige as magnate and he doesn't need a place like this.
  • The Wonder Woman's story seems to take place on Earth-One.



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