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| Volume = 1
 
| Volume = 1
 
| Issue = 211
 
| Issue = 211
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| Day = 9
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| Pubmonth = 3
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| Pubyear = 1972
 
| Month = 5
 
| Month = 5
 
| Year = 1972
 
| Year = 1972
   
| Executive Editor =
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| Executive Editor = Julius Schwartz
 
| CoverArtist1 = Neal Adams
 
| CoverArtist1 = Neal Adams
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| CoverArtist2 = Gaspar Saladino
   
| Editor1_1 =
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| Editor1_1 = Julius Schwartz
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| Editor1_2 = E. Nelson Bridwell
 
| Writer1_1 = Dennis O'Neil
 
| Writer1_1 = Dennis O'Neil
 
| Penciler1_1 = Dick Dillin
 
| Penciler1_1 = Dick Dillin
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| Colourist1_1 =
 
| Colourist1_1 =
 
| Letterer1_1 =
 
| Letterer1_1 =
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| Editor2_1 =
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| Writer2_1 = Robert Kanigher
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| Penciler2_1 = Irwin Hasen
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| Inker2_1 = Irwin Hasen
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| Colourist2_1 =
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| Letterer2_1 =
   
 
| Quotation =
 
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| StoryTitle1 = Fugitive From the Stars!
 
| StoryTitle1 = Fugitive From the Stars!
| Synopsis1 = The Krush, alien manhunters, come to Earth in search of a woman who is a fugitive from their planet. At first, Superman and Batman decide to aid in the search, but become
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| Synopsis1 =
suspicious of the Krush's intentions. Supergirl helps Batman locate the female fugitive in Kandor, and learns that her crime was speaking out against the warmongers of the Krush, for which she was condemned to die. Batman refuses to help the Krush take her back, and Superman assumes Batman's disguise, challenges them to battle, defeats them, and forces them to honor an agreement they had made with him and leave the planet. The woman remains safe in Kandor.
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The Krush, alien manhunters, come to [[Earth]] in search of a woman who is a fugitive from their planet. At first, [[Kal-El (Earth-One)|Superman]] and [[Bruce Wayne (Earth-One)|Batman]] decide to aid in the search, but become suspicious of the Krush's intentions. Their fears became serious when the aliens capture Superman and threaten to wipe out mankind with a giant missile if they don't deliver the fugitive.
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After searching across the entire prison system for the fugitive, Batman is unable to find the woman, but he stops a counterfeit ring by accident. Afterwards, he remembers one last prison he has not checked and he asks [[Kara Zor-El (Earth-One)|Supergirl]] to take him to the [[Fortress of Solitude]], where he plans to locate the female fugitive in [[Kandor (Earth-One)|Kandor]]. While in the bottled city, Batman finds the woman and learns that her crime was speaking out against the warmongers of the planet Krush, for which she was condemned to die. Batman refuses to help the Krush take her back and Superman, who was never in fact captured, assumes Batman's disguise, challenges them to battle, defeats them, and forces them to honor an agreement they had made with him and leave the planet. Afterwards, the woman remains safe in Kandor.
   
 
| StoryTitle2 = The Harlequin!
 
| StoryTitle2 = The Harlequin!
| Synopsis2 = reprinted from [[All-American Comics Vol 1 89]]
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| Synopsis2 = {{StoryGrab|All-American Comics Vol 1 89|1}}
   
 
| Appearing1 =
 
| Appearing1 =
 
'''Featured Characters:'''
 
'''Featured Characters:'''
*{{apn|[[Kal-El (Earth-One)|Superman]]|Action Comics #412|Superman's Girlfriend, Lois Lane #122}}
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* {{apn|[[Kal-El (Earth-One)|Superman]]|Action Comics #412|Superman's Girlfriend, Lois Lane #122}}
*{{apn|[[Bruce Wayne (Earth-One)|Batman]]|Justice League of America #98|Brave and the Bold #102}}
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* {{apn|[[Bruce Wayne (Earth-One)|Batman]]|Justice League of America #98|Brave and the Bold #102}}
 
'''Supporting Characters:'''
 
'''Supporting Characters:'''
 
* {{apn|[[Kara Zor-El (Earth-One)|Supergirl]]|Adventure Comics #419|Adventure Comics #420}}
 
* {{apn|[[Kara Zor-El (Earth-One)|Supergirl]]|Adventure Comics #419|Adventure Comics #420}}
 
'''Villains:'''
 
'''Villains:'''
* <br/>
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* [[Aliens|Krushers]] {{Only}}
 
'''Other Characters:'''
 
'''Other Characters:'''
* <br/>
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* Wendell Sypes {{Only}}
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* Sarah Jongueler {{Only}}
 
'''Locations:'''
 
'''Locations:'''
* {{a|[[Kandor (Earth-One)|Kandor]]}}
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* {{a|[[Fortress of Solitude]]}}
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:* {{a|[[Kandor (Earth-One)|Kandor]]}}
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* {{a|[[Gotham City]]}}
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:* {{a|[[Batcave]]}}
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* {{a|[[Metropolis]]}}
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:* 39 Wharf Street
 
'''Items:'''
 
'''Items:'''
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* {{a|[[Batrope]]}}
'''Vehicles:'''
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* {{a|[[Superman Robot]]}}
* <br/>
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| Appearing2 = {{AppearanceGrab|All-American Comics Vol 1 89|1}}
   
 
| Notes =
 
| Notes =
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| Links =
 
| Links =
 
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{{Missing Characters}}
 

Revision as of 23:26, August 29, 2016

"Fugitive From the Stars!": The Krush, alien manhunters, come to Earth in search of a woman who is a fugitive from their planet. At first, Superman and Batman decide to aid in the search, but become suspicious of the Krush's intentions. Thei

World's Finest #211 is an issue of the series World's Finest (Volume 1) with a cover date of May, 1972. It was published on March 9, 1972.

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  • Wendell Sypes (Single appearance)
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  • 39 Wharf Street

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Synopsis for "Fugitive From the Stars!"

The Krush, alien manhunters, come to Earth in search of a woman who is a fugitive from their planet. At first, Superman and Batman decide to aid in the search, but become suspicious of the Krush's intentions. Their fears became serious when the aliens capture Superman and threaten to wipe out mankind with a giant missile if they don't deliver the fugitive.

After searching across the entire prison system for the fugitive, Batman is unable to find the woman, but he stops a counterfeit ring by accident. Afterwards, he remembers one last prison he has not checked and he asks Supergirl to take him to the Fortress of Solitude, where he plans to locate the female fugitive in Kandor. While in the bottled city, Batman finds the woman and learns that her crime was speaking out against the warmongers of the planet Krush, for which she was condemned to die. Batman refuses to help the Krush take her back and Superman, who was never in fact captured, assumes Batman's disguise, challenges them to battle, defeats them, and forces them to honor an agreement they had made with him and leave the planet. Afterwards, the woman remains safe in Kandor.

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Synopsis for "The Harlequin!"

This story is reprinted from All-American Comics #89.

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