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Super-strength, invulnerability, ability to ride the wind currents.
Since their abilities were founded on their beliefs, shaking their confidence removed their powers.
Students at Dr. Tammines' School for Exceptional Girls were lured with his promise to "make the most of herself." Using his powers of suggestion and some theatrics, he convinced them he could siphon the Amazon powers of Wonder Girl (Donna Troy) and give them to the girls. Once they submitted to him, he exploited their hunger for power to keep them under his control. He dressed them in blue jumpsuits and red masks and boots, dubbing them his "Amazoids."
Wonder Girl later told them "Any woman can have Amazonian powers -- all they need is the will and and years of secret and hard Amazon training. Headmaster Mind awoke that potential in each of you."
These are not the same characters as the Amazoids inhabiting Professor Ivo's island, which were androids (see Amazo). For that story, see "Justice League Quarterly" #5 (Winter 1991).
First Appearance: Adventure Comics (1938) #461
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Adventure Comics (1938)
- '[Flash; Deadman; Aquaman; JSA; Wonder Woman]'
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"I -- I don't want to be a...weakling again!"
"What -- what's going to happen to us now, Wonder Woman? We only wanted to be like you -- and Wonder Girl!"
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