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"Superman and Batman: "The Breaking of Superman and Batman!"": Colonel Koslov holds Superman and Batman captives in his concentration camps, creating the wrath of the free world. As the news reach the offices of the Daily Planet, [[Perry Whi


Quote1 I have succeeded in all but one thing... breaking your spirits completely... causing you both to crack! And I will do that... Or you'll both starve! Quote2
Colonel Koslov

World's Finest #193 is an issue of the series World's Finest (Volume 1) with a cover date of May, 1970.

Appearing in Superman and Batman: "The Breaking of Superman and Batman!"

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  • Colonel Koslov (Final appearance)
    • Steelman (Single appearance)
    • Cowlmask (Single appearance)

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  • Katchi (Final appearance)

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Synopsis for Superman and Batman: "The Breaking of Superman and Batman!"

Colonel Koslov holds Superman and Batman captives in his concentration camps, creating the wrath of the free world. As the news reach the offices of the Daily Planet, Perry White travels to Lubania, hoping to help the heroes in need. Taking advantage of Perry's presence in the concentration camps, Colonel Koslov has a phony Superman and Batman escape the place, making Perry believe that the heroes are finally free.

The impostors however, have carried with them a hidden cobalt bomb that they plan to use against the president of the United States. Meanwhile, the real Batman and Superman learn that Koslov has been weakening Superman with artificial Kryptonite rays aimed and him and they decide to swith places at night in order to have Superman recover his powers and escape the prison. Once Superman's powers are back, the heroes fly away from Lubania and arrive at the US in time to prevent the bomb from killing the president. After the plot by Koslov is revealed, his agents are arrested and Koslov meets justice in his own country.

Appearing in Robin: "The Bellboy Wonder!"

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  • Senor Ramirez, Chair of the International Conference

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  • Juan Fernando

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  • Batman
  • "Red," a bellhop
  • Parmee Sudan, Diplomat from India

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Synopsis for Robin: "The Bellboy Wonder!"

This story is reprinted from Star-Spangled Comics #120.

Travelling away from Gotham, Dick Grayson plays detective at his hotel, where the chair of an international conference is targeted for murder.

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