- Did you kids mean what you said a minute ago...You're staying here in the States for a while -- to act as a group?
Appearing in "Calling the Kid Commandos"Edit
- Kid Commandos (First appearance)
- Agent Axis
- Dr.Sam Sabuki
- Captain Simms
- Southern California
- Sandy Flat Relocation Camp
- West Coast
- Atlantean Imperial Jet Craft
- Mechanical Mole (called "Iron Mole" in this issue)
Synopsis for "Calling the Kid Commandos"Edit
The reunited five original Invaders and the two newly-empowered youths quickly defeat Agent Axis and his henchmen and save Dr.Sabuki. Afterwards, the kids declare that they are going to accomplish the next step on their own and take the Atlantean aircraft back to the internment camp with Dr.Sabuki. Just as they arrive, Agent Axis and his Iron Mole burst from the ground, apparently having escaped the adult Invaders and bent on getting his revenge on Sabuki, but the younger heroes' teamwork brings him down for the count again. They then present their terms to Captain Simms, the camp's C.O.: Dr.Sabuki decides to stay at the center so he can continue to look after the other inmates, but Gwenny-Lou gets to leave with the Invaders vouching for her. Captain Simms is outraged, but is also thoroughly intimidated by the kids' display of strength and lets them leave with Gwenny-Lou. Dr.Sabuki remains hopeful that one day, justice will prevail for all Japanese-American citizens.
When the kids rendezvous with Cap and the Torch, they realize that the Agent Axis they defeated at the camp was actually Namor in disguise, offering the young team an easy victory to give them extra clout for when they confronted Captain Simms. Namor points out that even though it was a ruse, he used exactly as much strength as the real Agent Axis was capable of and that they won fairly. Determined to make a difference on the home front, the kids opt to temporarily split off from the Invaders to form the Kid Commandos. The senior Invaders proudly give the new team their blessing.
- This issue does not contain a letters page.
- No trivia.
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