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    • Gardner Fox left the series with issue #34 (April–May 1947) with a story that introduced a new super-villain, the Wizard.Justice Society of America-Wikipedia
    • It was then revealed that Gentleman Ghost, Wizard and Icicle were expecting Rag Doll to turn on them, so they set him up to die.Rag Doll (character)-Wikipedia
    • Pt. 2, she manages to escape, kill her father, and finds a gem containing Eclipso amongst Wizard's possessions.List of minor DC Comics characters-Wikipedia
    • With issue #34 (April–May 1947), Gardner Fox left the series and a new super-villain, the Wizard, was introduced.All Star Comics-Wikipedia
    • Fox wrote the Justice Society's adventures from All Star Comics #3 until leaving the feature as of issue #34 (April–May 1947) with a story that introduced a new super-villain, the Wizard.Gardner Fox-Wikipedia
    • The group first appeared in the second half of the 1940s, led by the Wizard and planning to take over America.Injustice Society-Wikipedia

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