Adventure Comics (1938) 326-A

Comic Book by DC, Nov 01 1964
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Adventure Comics (1938) 326-A by DC
Adventure Comics (1938) 326-A by DC


Cover Price:$.12
Publish Date:NOV 01 1964
Content:CCA Approved



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Tales of the Legion of Super-Heroes in "The Revolt of the Girl Legionnaires"
*Saturn Girl summons all the female Legionnaires to the Super-Hero Clubhouse to begin laying plans to destroy the male members. Ultra Boy, Mon-El, Sun Boy, Lightning Lad, Colossal Boy, and Matter-Eater Lad, returning from a mission, are diverted elsewhere by Saturn Girl. The remaining male Legionnaires are selected as victims by the various girls, who plan to pair off romantically with each, and kill them at the Interplanetary Fair.

The next day at the fair, Light Lass causes Element Lad to be stranded on a mountain peak, while Triplicate Girl, assisted by Shrinking Violet, splits into three girls who use ring-devices to reduce Invisible Kid, Cosmic Boy, and Brainiac 5 to tiny size, and entombs them inside a matchbox. Saturn Girl lures Superboy into fighting a robot lead creature, which bursts open to reveal deadly Kryptonite. Supergirl teases Chameleon Boy into becoming phantom-like, then uses a cancellite spray to keep him from changing back, and Phantom Girl tricks Star Boy into making himself super-heavy so that he sinks into the ground.

Back at the Clubhouse, the girls celebrate their success with a wild party. Queen Azura of the planet Femnaz, a world controlled by man-hating women, suddenly appears on their space-monitor and releases them from the super-hypnotic command she'd put them under. She explains that the other male Legionnaires, while on their mission, had saved her people from disaster, and thus changed her attitude toward males.

Normal once again, the girls release the boys from their traps, and all is explained and forgiven. *Source: The Official Legion of Super-Heroes Index #3 - Publilshed by ICG.

Includes part two of "The Legion of Super-Heroes Constitution."

An untitled Super Turtle strip.

Superboy in "Bad Boy Clark Kent"
Reprinted from Superboy (Vol 1) #71.
In order to protect his secret identity, Clark Kent must act bad in school.


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