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Cover Date: December 1979
Cover Price: US $ 0.40
Issue Tagline: At Last! The Final Chapter of PROJECT PEGASUS
Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages
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After dealing with Klaw, Wundarr explains that a second exposure to the Cosmic Cube has given him a normal intellect and he gives himself a new name.
Thomas Lightner's entire plot is revealed, and all the heroes must stop him.
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Thomas Lightner's first appearance as Nth Man.
Wundarr's first appearance as Aquarian.
In flashback only: Captain America, Donald Blake/Thor, Human Torch and Deathlok robot.
- Three full-page ads are dedicated to the Fall 1979 Saturday morning cartoon line-ups. ABC's ad boasts "The World's Greatest Super Friends" followed by the all-new "Plastic Man Comedy/Adventure Show" (which show also included Mightyman and Yukk, Rickety Rocket, and Fangface). Rounding out the morning were "Spider-Woman" and "Scooby and Scrappy Doo". The comic's center spread is a two-page ad for CBS Saturday morning schedule, highlighted by "Mighty Mouse", "The All-New Popeye Hour", "Fat Albert", Filmation's live-action "Jason of Star Command" and "Tarzan and the Super Seven" (which featured Tarzan, Batman, and The Freedom Force).
- Setting this comic firmly in its 1979 context are ads for t-shirts emblazoned with Cheryl Ladd, Suzanne Somers, KISS and the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders. A Heroes World ad also offers a KISS Make-Up Kit for $12.99.
- Opposite the Bullpen Bulletins is a Hostess Twinkies ad titled "Spider-Man Meets June Jitsui!"
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