Achilles (god)

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'''Achilles (god)'''
 
'''Achilles (god)'''
  
The son of a mortal and a sea nymph, Achilles has shared his super-powers with such people as [[Zha-Vam]], [[Superman]], and [[Captain Marvel of Earth-S]].  As expressed in Zha-Vam, his invulnerabilty is formidable, however, the weakness of his heel is exploited when a protective green kryptonite sock is lost in a tussle after Superman summons the titan [[Atlas]] (Act No. 351, Jun 1967: "Zha-Vam the Invincible!"; Act No. 352, Jul 1967: "The Victory of Zha-Vam!"; Act No. 353, Aug 1967: "The Battle of the Gods!").
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The son of a mortal and a sea nymph, Achilles has shared his super-powers with such people as [[Zha-Vam]], [[Superman]], and [[Captain Marvel of Earth-S]].  As expressed in Zha-Vam, his invulnerabilty is formidable, however, the weakness of his heel is exploited when a protective [[Green Kryptonite|green kryptonite]] sock is lost in a tussle after Superman summons the titan [[Atlas]] (Act No. 351, Jun 1967: "Zha-Vam the Invincible!"; Act No. 352, Jul 1967: "The Victory of Zha-Vam!"; Act No. 353, Aug 1967: "The Battle of the Gods!").
  
 
See also [[Achilles]] and [[John Achilles]]
 
See also [[Achilles]] and [[John Achilles]]

Latest revision as of 11:40, 2 November 2014

For other uses of the term Achilles, see Achilles (disambiguation)

Achilles (god)

The son of a mortal and a sea nymph, Achilles has shared his super-powers with such people as Zha-Vam, Superman, and Captain Marvel of Earth-S. As expressed in Zha-Vam, his invulnerabilty is formidable, however, the weakness of his heel is exploited when a protective green kryptonite sock is lost in a tussle after Superman summons the titan Atlas (Act No. 351, Jun 1967: "Zha-Vam the Invincible!"; Act No. 352, Jul 1967: "The Victory of Zha-Vam!"; Act No. 353, Aug 1967: "The Battle of the Gods!").

See also Achilles and John Achilles

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