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Appearing in "Doom In Dimension X!"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Ma Randall

Antagonists:

  • Knight-Sprite
  • O'Brian Gang

Other Characters:

Races and Species:

Locations:

  • Earth
    • Midway City
      • Warehouse District
        • Sprang Street
  • Dimension X

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Synopsis for "Doom In Dimension X!"

Knight-Sprite trapped Kid Galahad and supposedly the Knight Watchman in Dimension X. After the Knight Watchman supposedly died, Knight-Sprite returned the younger hero to Earth, where he vowed to take his uncle's place before learning that he was actually still alive and that the one who died was just a duplicate. Afterwards, Reid revealed to Jerry that he had installed a basketball court in their apartment house, then surprised him with a cake for his birthday, as the younger Randall had forgotten about it.

Appearing in "Dr. Frank M. Stein's Laboratory"

Featured Characters:

  • Dr. Frank M. Stein

Supporting Characters:

  • Igor

Antagonists:

  • None

Other Characters:

  • Frank M. Stein's monster

Races and Species:

  • Humans

Locations:

  • Stein's laboratory

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Synopsis for "Dr. Frank M. Stein's Laboratory"

Doctor Frank M. Stein angrily asked his assistant Igor if he had placed the correct brain into the body of his monster, as the monster was acting like a dog.

Appearing in "The Man Who Stole Evolution!"

Featured Characters:

  • Gorilla Cop (Origin)

Supporting Characters:

  • Kim Stevens
  • Art Curtis (Death)

Antagonists:

  • Dr. L.A. Mental

Other Characters:

  • Police
  • Old Man Feidelbaum (Mentioned only)

Races and Species:

  • Humans

Locations:


Items:

  • Evo-Ray

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Synopsis for "The Man Who Stole Evolution!"

Patrol cop Sam Douglas was transformed into a gorilla by Dr. L.A. Mental. He returned to Mental's warehouse that night, saved Kim Stevens, and destroyed the scientist's Evo-Ray, causing him to devolve. At the police station, his fellow officers referred to him as "Gorilla Cop", but vowed to find a cure for him.

Appearing in "Fried Clyde!"

Featured Characters:

  • Ditsy Debbie

Supporting Characters:

  • Clyde

Antagonists:

  • None

Other Characters:


Races and Species:

  • Humans

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Synopsis for "Fried Clyde!"

Ditsy Debbie noticed that Clyde was wearing a coat, despite it being over 100 degrees and advised him to take it off, although he claimed that he would freeze to death if he did so.

Appearing in "Attack Of The Chrononauts"

Featured Characters:

  • Captain Clockwork

Supporting Characters:

  • Irene

Antagonists:

  • Unidentified man
    • Chronauts
  • Robbers

Other Characters:

  • Orson Welles (Mentioned only)

Races and Species:

  • Humans

Locations:

Items:

  • Time-Freeze Ray
  • Time-Line
  • Chronometer

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Synopsis for "Attack Of The Chrononauts"

In Autumn of 1939, Captain Clockwork foiled the robbery of a safe before he went on a date with Irene at a movie theater, only for it to be interrupted by Chronauts attacking. The Chronauts captured Irene and their employer revealed to Captain Clockwork that he had stolen his Chronometer and planned to sell it. However, Captain Clockwork was able to both rescue Irene and recover his Chronometer.

Notes

Trivia

"Doom In Dimension X!" is a tribute to "Robin Dies At Dawn" from Batman (1940 series) #156 (June 1963).

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