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   * Lady Death has established the identity of Karen Sorrell, an FBI cipher clerk in San Francisco. Batman visits her and tells her she's not Supergirl. ["​Superman:​ The Apokolips Factor, Epilogue"​]   * Lady Death has established the identity of Karen Sorrell, an FBI cipher clerk in San Francisco. Batman visits her and tells her she's not Supergirl. ["​Superman:​ The Apokolips Factor, Epilogue"​]
   * The Masters of Disaster (with new member Syonide) accept a job for King Duvvil, leader of the underground land of Subbania. After Cave Carson and his team are captured by the powerful Prince Raynor of the Inner-World,​ who is mind-controlled by Starstriker,​ the Outsiders go to find them. Meanwhile, Looker and the other female Outsiders (with new member Windfall) are transported to the subterranean land of Abyssia, which is caught in a war between the evil King Duvvil and good King Nobic (father of Raynor). The Masters of Disaster and a clone of Baron Bedlam capture the female Outsiders, while the male Outsiders find Cave Carson'​s Mighty Mole. They are attacked by Raynor, until his sister Princess Vee-ra intervenes. For different reasons Duvvil, Bedlam, and Starstriker each want the power of the radioactive meteor that acts as the sun of Nobic'​s Inner-World land. The male Outsiders free the female Outsiders and Raynor, who destroys Baron Bedlam'​s clone. After Carson is freed, the Outsiders return to the surface world, with the powerful Princess Vee-ra as their newest member. ["The Outsiders: Outsiders and Insiders"​]   * The Masters of Disaster (with new member Syonide) accept a job for King Duvvil, leader of the underground land of Subbania. After Cave Carson and his team are captured by the powerful Prince Raynor of the Inner-World,​ who is mind-controlled by Starstriker,​ the Outsiders go to find them. Meanwhile, Looker and the other female Outsiders (with new member Windfall) are transported to the subterranean land of Abyssia, which is caught in a war between the evil King Duvvil and good King Nobic (father of Raynor). The Masters of Disaster and a clone of Baron Bedlam capture the female Outsiders, while the male Outsiders find Cave Carson'​s Mighty Mole. They are attacked by Raynor, until his sister Princess Vee-ra intervenes. For different reasons Duvvil, Bedlam, and Starstriker each want the power of the radioactive meteor that acts as the sun of Nobic'​s Inner-World land. The male Outsiders free the female Outsiders and Raynor, who destroys Baron Bedlam'​s clone. After Carson is freed, the Outsiders return to the surface world, with the powerful Princess Vee-ra as their newest member. ["The Outsiders: Outsiders and Insiders"​]
-  * Valor (Lesla-Lar) learns how she gained a body with Captain Comet'​s help. Jimmy Olsen, tracking down TNT and Dan the Dyna-Mite for a Daily Planet story, teams up with Valor and watch as Dolphin and private investigator Angel O'Day are both kidnapped by different parties mistaking each woman for the other. They learn Doctor Cyber wanted Dolphin, while Doctor Phaeton wanted Angel. In New Triton, Atlantis, Phaeton explains that Dolphin is Angel'​s older sister Angela, whom he transformed into a water-breather. After the heroes defeat Phaeton and his super-villain thugs, Jimmy meets Dan Dunbar (Dyna-Mite) and brings him to the surface. Interviewing him, Jimmy learns from Dan how Sargon the Sorcerer came to Earth-1 from Earth-2 in 1968 and learns the reason why Dan (living in Atlantis) had to separate himself from TNT (living in Kandor). Dan and TNT are reunited. Rehab Squad members: Captain Comet, Cheetah II, Dolphin, Rick Flag, Golden Glider, Goldstar, Lyla (Harbinger),​ Starman, Tina the Robotgirl (joins the team), Valor. Villains: Bantor (from Earth-2; in 1968 flashback only), the Cadre, Captain Cold, Crazy Quilt, Deep Six, Doctor Cyber, the Enforcer, Phaeton, Zor (from Earth-2). Guest appearances:​ Air Wave (in 1968 flashback only), Dan Dunbar (Dyna-Mite),​ Jerro, Dr. Will Magnus, Nadir, Angel O'Day, Platinum, Sargon the Sorcerer (from Earth-2; in 1968 flashback only), Sam Simeon, Superman, Thomas N. Thomas (TNT), Perry White. //Note: This Phaeton is the Earth-1 counterpart of the Earth-2 Phaeton, who appeared in Batman #53 (June-July, 1949). The Earth-1 Batman had a case early in his career (probably before Robin became his partner) that was very similar to this story, in which Batman is converted into a water-breathing merman and visits a city like Tritonis, home of Lori Lemaris, but he is later never sure if it was all a dream or not.// ["​Captain Comet'​s Rehab Squad: In Search Of"]+  * Valor (Lesla-Lar) learns how she gained a body with Captain Comet'​s help. Jimmy Olsen, tracking down TNT and Dan the Dyna-Mite for a Daily Planet story, teams up with Valor and watch as Dolphin and private investigator Angel O'Day are both kidnapped by different parties mistaking each woman for the other. They learn Doctor Cyber wanted Dolphin, while Doctor Phaeton wanted Angel. In Tritonis, Atlantis, Phaeton explains that Dolphin is Angel'​s older sister Angela, whom he transformed into a water-breather. After the heroes defeat Phaeton and his super-villain thugs, Jimmy meets Dan Dunbar (Dyna-Mite) and brings him to the surface. Interviewing him, Jimmy learns from Dan how Sargon the Sorcerer came to Earth-1 from Earth-2 in 1968 and learns the reason why Dan (living in Atlantis) had to separate himself from TNT (living in Kandor). Dan and TNT are reunited. Rehab Squad members: Captain Comet, Cheetah II, Dolphin, Rick Flag, Golden Glider, Goldstar, Lyla (Harbinger),​ Starman, Tina the Robotgirl (joins the team), Valor. Villains: Bantor (from Earth-2; in 1968 flashback only), the Cadre, Captain Cold, Crazy Quilt, Deep Six, Doctor Cyber, the Enforcer, Phaeton, Zor (from Earth-2). Guest appearances:​ Air Wave (in 1968 flashback only), Dan Dunbar (Dyna-Mite),​ Jerro, Dr. Will Magnus, Nadir, Angel O'Day, Platinum, Sargon the Sorcerer (from Earth-2; in 1968 flashback only), Sam Simeon, Superman, Thomas N. Thomas (TNT), Perry White. //Note: This Phaeton is the Earth-1 counterpart of the Earth-2 Phaeton, who appeared in Batman #53 (June-July, 1949). The Earth-1 Batman had a case early in his career (probably before Robin became his partner) that was very similar to this story, in which Batman is converted into a water-breathing merman and visits a city like Tritonis, home of Lori Lemaris, but he is later never sure if it was all a dream or not.// ["​Captain Comet'​s Rehab Squad: In Search Of"]
   * The Shakespeares get more than they bargained for with their new super-dog pet. //Note: The last half of this story takes place at least three months after "Tales of the Bizarro World: The Last Bizarro"​ and the first half of this story, since it takes at least that long for a canine pregnancy to reach the time of birth.// [Krypto the Superdog: A Dog and His Boy]   * The Shakespeares get more than they bargained for with their new super-dog pet. //Note: The last half of this story takes place at least three months after "Tales of the Bizarro World: The Last Bizarro"​ and the first half of this story, since it takes at least that long for a canine pregnancy to reach the time of birth.// [Krypto the Superdog: A Dog and His Boy]
   * After attacking a major polluter called Monarch Chemical in his columns, Oliver Queen (Green Arrow) is left the company by the owner in her will. Oliver vows to find the people responsible for the pollution. An ex-Marine named Peter St. John offers him a flying grappler he developed. //Note: The plot threads begun in this story have not been picked up again. Presumably, sometime after this story, Green Arrow discovers the connection between Monarch'​s pollution problem and Methuselah Enterprises,​ then Oliver Queen steps down as president of Monarch in order to return to writing columns for the Daily Star. Certainly, Monarch Chemicals is never again referred to in any other story.// ["​Green Arrow: Back to the Crusades"​]   * After attacking a major polluter called Monarch Chemical in his columns, Oliver Queen (Green Arrow) is left the company by the owner in her will. Oliver vows to find the people responsible for the pollution. An ex-Marine named Peter St. John offers him a flying grappler he developed. //Note: The plot threads begun in this story have not been picked up again. Presumably, sometime after this story, Green Arrow discovers the connection between Monarch'​s pollution problem and Methuselah Enterprises,​ then Oliver Queen steps down as president of Monarch in order to return to writing columns for the Daily Star. Certainly, Monarch Chemicals is never again referred to in any other story.// ["​Green Arrow: Back to the Crusades"​]
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