In modern times, Mary Broomfield Batson and Susan Kent Barr had to acclimate to a new era, revived after decades of suspended animation. In this new age, they soon learned something their contemporaries Supergirl/Power Girl and the Hawkgirls already knew, that men were beginning to respect women for the unique aspects they bring to relationships. And to difficult situations, such as when the femme fatale Dreamdancer used her fleet feet and limber style to enthrance her male audience to do her bidding. With Captain Marvel, Bulletman, and other mighty members of the masculinity unable to defeat her, it ended up being the quickwitted planning of this pair that saved the day... and mankind ultimately. The third heroine perserved through the ages, Princess Taia, never had opportunity to bond with these lasses, sticking close to her prince, Ibis the Invincible, as she had done through the ages. And the Wonder Woman of Earth-S, Isis had already apparently concluded her short-lived superheroine career after debutting only a few years prior to this adventure. Between Taia's Ibistick (she borrowed it sometimes), Isis' various abilities and the power of Mary and Susan, this quartet would have been interesting to observe in action!
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