"Superman and Batman: "We Are Not Alone!"": Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson seek out Superman's help to relocate the monolithic Colossi of Maheps, but the Man of Steel refuses, leaving Wayne and his ward to spend mil
- Every day I get requests for help from all over the world and a few corners of the universe! Pleas from the weak, the poor, the sick, the oppressed... And also from the wicked, the greedy, the crooked, the unscrupulous! If I helped one-tenth of them even I'd have to work seventy-two hours a day!! There! Today's letters-- And more pouring in every minute! I get more mail than Santa Claus! I try to help some-- But my main efforts have to be saved for the big problems... The threats to Earth and mankind in general!
- — Superman
Appearing in Superman and Batman: "We Are Not Alone!"
- Dr. Bazraki (Single appearance)
- Twelve Immortals (Single appearance)
- Colossi of Maheps (Single appearance)
Synopsis for Superman and Batman: "We Are Not Alone!"
Bruce Wayne and Dick Grayson seek out Superman's help to relocate the monolithic Colossi of Maheps, but the Man of Steel refuses, leaving Wayne and his ward to spend millions on the relocation efforts.
When the old statues are finally relocated, they are baffled to see that in a few hours the objects had returned to the original places. While investigating the mystery, Superman, Batman and Robin encounter the Twelve Immortals, who are responsible for moving the stones back to its original place for fear of destabilizing the gravity of their own new homeworld.
The aliens kidnap Robin and Superman goes to his rescue while Batman confronts a small faction of the aliens on Earth. When Robin discovers that the alien's planet has a similar atmosphere than Earth, Superman takes the information to Batman, who informs the aliens about their discovery. When the aliens realize that Earth could be a second home, Superman relocates them to Shangri-La, far in the future from the present and everything returns to normal.
- This is the first issue of the World's Finest series to feature the new "bullet" logo on the cover and the first with Joe Orlando as Managing Editor and Denny O'Neil as Story Editor.
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