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Appearing in "Silverboy In Big Bang vs 1963"

Featured Characters:

  • Silverboy (In dream sequence only)
  • Timmy Silver

Supporting Characters:

  • Super-Kids Club (Mentioned only) (In dream sequence only)
    • Colossal Turtle-Lad (In dream sequence only)
  • Tomorrow Syndicate (In dream sequence only)
    • Infra-Man (In dream sequence only)
    • Infra-Girl (In dream sequence only)
    • Horus (In dream sequence only)
    • N-Man (In dream sequence only)
    • Hypernaut (In dream sequence only)
    • U.S.A. (In dream sequence only)
  • Round Table of America (In dream sequence only)
    • The Beacon (In dream sequence only)
    • Knight Watchman (In dream sequence only)
    • Ultiman (In dream sequence only)
    • Thundergirl (In dream sequence only)
    • Atomic Sub (In dream sequence only)
    • The Blitz (In dream sequence only)

Villains:

  • Bank robbers (In dream sequence only)

Other Characters:

  • Fury (Mentioned only) (In dream sequence only)
  • Johnny Beyond (Mentioned only) (In dream sequence only)
  • Kid Galahad (Mentioned only) (In dream sequence only)
  • Paw Potts (In dream sequence only)
  • Maw Potts (In dream sequence only)

Locations:

Items:

  • Solar Staff (In dream sequence only)
  • Dextron Power Gem (In dream sequence only)

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Synopsis for "Silverboy In Big Bang vs 1963"

The Tomorrow Syndicate were debating on who the newest member of their team should be before U.S.A. ended the debate by choosing Silverboy. In Tinytowne, Silverboy confronted Colossal Turtle-Lad of the Super-Kids Club at the Anderson Bridge and learned that he was actually trying to save the people on the bridge, as it was about to collapse. They worked together to repair the bridge before Colossal-Turtle Lad revealed himself as one of his biggest fans from the future and that the Super-Kids Club had him as a role model and wanted him to join. As Silverboy was considering Colossal-Turtled Lad's offer, the Tomorrow Syndicate arrived and urged him to join their team, instead.

As U.S.A. asked Silverboy if he would join the Tomorrow Syndicate, the Round Table of America arrived and insisted that he join them, instead. The Blitz provoked N-Man, starting a fight between the two teams. Silverboy suspected that the two teams could be under the control of a mind-control device, but Colossal-Turtle Lad suggested that it was what superheroes did after meeting each other.

As the two teams fought, criminals robbed the Tinytowne Bank and Paw Potts rushed to Silverboy and asked him to stop them. Silverboy broke up the fight between the two teams before deciding to join them both, as well as the Super-Kids Club.

As the three teams welcomed him, Timmy Silver woke up in bed.

Appearing in "Mighty Man and The Critter Crime Wave"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Philip T. Luker (First Appearance)

Villains:

Other Characters:

  • Lion
  • Kangaroo
  • Gorilla

Locations:

  • Third National Bank
  • Art Museum
  • Finest Quality Jewelry

Items:


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Synopsis for "Mighty Man and The Critter Crime Wave"

Bobby Berman picked up his paycheck from his boss Philip T. Luker of Ajax Broadcasting and went to the bank, when he saw a lion rob the building. He transformed into Mighty Man and defeated the lion. Next, a kangaroo stole a painting from an art museum, but was quickly apprehended by Mighty Man. Then, a gorilla attempted to rob a jewelry store, but was confronted by Mighty Man, who found out that a brain leech called the Wicked Worm had been controlling the animals. The Wicked Worm tried to escape into a banana but was defeated when the gorilla bit onto the banana.

Appearing in "Mighty Man In The Wicked Worm's Circus of Evil"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Ma Becker (First Appearance)

Villains:

Synopsis for "Mighty Man In The Wicked Worm's Circus of Evil"

A tiger robs a jewelry store dressed as an elderly woman and the familiarity of this crime sparks suspicion in Mighty Man. Bobby Berman heads home where his landlady reveals that she accidentally knocked over the jar that had contained the Wicked Worm’s remains. The lower half of the leech is still there and so Bobby believes that the top half regenerated a new tail and has escaped. Bobby investigates the recent crimes performed by animals and is surprised to learn that no animals have gone missing from the local zoo. A passing child mentions going to the circus and Bobby transforms into his alter ego over to the entertainment event. Mighty Man locates the Wicked Worm riding an elephant but another elephant arrives with another leech that claims to be the Wicked Worm. Mighty Man watches on as the two leeches realize that they are the same person and that the bottom half of the original had also regenerated. The Wicked Worms join forces and hope to use their animal steeds to trample their foe but the dog of Bobby Berman’s lady scares the animals. The leeches fall from their hosts and are captured by Mighty Man.

Appearing in "Mighty Man Battles The Conqueror Worm"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Philip T. Luker
  • Miss Eando (First Appearance)

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Synopsis for "Mighty Man Battles The Conqueror Worm"

The boy reporter Bobby Berman completes his latest radio news broadcast which featured his alter ego of Mighty Man saving lives. He is asked to speak with his boss Philip Luker who abruptly fires the youngster, citing his constant reporting on Mighty Man. As the upset boy leaves his former employer’s office, the secretary Miss Eando is pleased that Bobby has been fired, sending him home to his parents.

Bobby suspects something has gone wrong as Miss Eando is fully aware that he is an orphan and knows of only one entity capable of controlling minds, the Wicked Worm. Bobby races to the prison where the two Wicked Worms are incarcerated, only to learn that they have escaped. Mighty Man returns to the radio station where he removes the two leeches from the necks of his friends.

The Wicked Worms then announce that since they were first apprehended that they have been dividing themselves so that their numbers could increase through regeneration. This horde of leeches attempt to overwhelm Mighty Man but he keeps his neck clean. The World’s Mightiest Man then spins around as super-speed to send the leeches all flying. Mighty Man proceeds to squash all of the Wicked Worms that he could find but is not certain that he got them all.

Notes

  • "Silverboy In Big Bang vs 1963" is reprinted from A Touch of Silver #5.
  • "Mighty Man and The Critter Crime Wave" is reprinted from Big Bang Comics #1.
  • "Mighty Man In The Wicked Worm's Circus of Evil" is reprinted from Savage Dragon #50.
  • "Mighty Man Battles The Conqueror Worm" is reprinted from Savage Dragon #1/2.

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