"Superman and Batman: "The Return of the Composite Superman!"": This story is reprinted from World's Finest #168.

Super-Team Family #6 is an issue of the series Super-Team Family (Volume 1) with a cover date of September, 1976. It was published on May 24, 1976.

Synopsis for Superman and Batman: "The Return of the Composite Superman!"

This story is reprinted from World's Finest #168.

An alien foe of Superman and Batman turns Joe Meach once again into the Composite Superman, and sets him against the World's Finest team. The heroes find themselves unable to fight against the multiple powers of the Composite Superman and they decide to split and investigate a way to stop him. Superman investigates at the Superman Museum, where he lears that Joe Meach's source of powers are the statues of the Legion of Super-Heroes and for this reason, he destroys the statues.

Meanwhile, Batman and Robin are captured by the Composite Superman and he uses them as a bait to lure Superman into a trap and capture him as well. With the heroes at his mercy, Composite Superman prepares to destroy them, but his powers start to fade away. At that moment, the alien foe who used Composite Superman appears and reveals his plan of using Meach to weaken the heroes so he can destroy them. When Meach returned to normal, the alien fired a lethal energy blast at the heroes, but a remorseful Meach intercepted the blast, which killed him instantly. Batman and Robin proceed to capture the alien and afterwards, they create a memorial for the villain who sacrificed himself, saved their lives and died a hero.

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Synopsis for Marvel Family: "Then There Were None"

This story is reprinted from Marvel Family #89.

Members of the Marvel family begin to disappear beginning with Professor Edgewise. Mary, Billy and Freddy investigate. They set up a sting operation and supposedly recover the whole family but they seem to have amnesia and cannot remember why they disappeared. The Marvel trio then breaks up an attempted robbery and recover stolen jewelry. They ask Mary Marvel to return a necklace to its rightful owner but then they discover the necklace in Mary’s room. Mary attacks Freddy and Billy and leaves them tied up. They are carried to an abandoned mill where they discover their real family. Their family at home turns out to be robots that have replaced their real family. The mastermind behind the disappearances is discovered to be Lem Blucher the school Janitor. Blucher is forcing the professor to use his invention to transfer the memories of real people into the brains of the robots. His plan is to kidnap the heads of major corporations and replace them with his robot lookalikes. Blucher decides to dispose of Billy by having his robot lookalike strike him with an ax. When the robot attempts to kill Billy, its arms fall out. Professor Edgewise steps forward and offers to repair the robot. In the meantime, Billy manages to undo his mouth gag and he is able to transform into Captain Marvel. He rescues the Marvel family and they are able to capture Lem Blucher.

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  • Lem Blucher (Single appearance)
  • Robot duplicates of Billy and Mary Batson, Freddy Freeman, Prof. Edgewise, Mrs. Wagner, Red O'Riley, Leroy Marks and Jim Bellows (Single appearance)

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