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Hey! My breasts have gone!
(9 years old) I lost my sock...
(5 years old) I'm afraid I can't wear this sweater any more.
(3 years old) Help me! I don't wanna be BABY!
(2 years old) But it is comfortable. I'm sleepy....
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AA: age-appropriate clothing or clothes grow too aP: age Progression Ar: Age regression CB: clothes burst or rip RN: return to normal ST: Soul Transfer UC: undersized clothing


Jack of Hearts


A reclusive seeker-of-immortality scientifically keeps his body youthful, but is not able to control the devastating effects of aging on his mind. He wanders about his creaky estate; quoting scripture, taking mind-altering drugs, engaging in bizarre rituals and vaguely interacting with his dysfunctional family until, of course, the inevitable blood-soaked climax.


Jackie Chan Adventures

Cartoon Series: Season 02; Episode #01: "Through the Rabbit Hole" (09/08/2001)

In the sequel to "Shell Game," Jade tries to take the rabbit talisman to school to prove that her adventures really happened. As she sets out for school, Kepler's cronoton beam, which disrupts the time-space continuum, hits the talisman and sends her back to 1976. Unfortunately, the Dark Hand have traveled back in search of the rabbit talisman, equipped with a crystal ball Shendu gave them so they can return to the present. Jade gets 10-year-old Jackie and younger Uncle to help her, but the Enforcers locate 10-year-old Valmont, and 36-year-old Jackie comes back to help Jade. Soon it's a showdown at the school dance(Finn stops fighting to boogie) during which Jackie and Jade grab the crystal ball and send the Enforcers back to the early 1900's. Bad guys show up at the end of the cartoon having taken the long way home and ask to be young again. In the next Episode they are young again. (Ar)(Done in cuts)

-- JeffR_2bya

Jackie Chan Adventures

Cartoon Series: Season 02; Episode #10: "Lost City Of Muntabs" (January 26, 2002)

Jackie and Jade guide a rich museum patron named Doctor Smith through the African bush, in search of ruins from the legendary Lost City of the Muntabs. They discover that the city still exists, hidden behind a cloak of invisibility. The Chan's were captured and Jackie must survive the Cave of Truth to prove he's pure of heart. As Jade befriends Abila, a young-looking Muntab girl who was actually more than 200 years old, Smith discovers the Muntab's secret of immortality: the Chalice of Life. Smith steals the Chalice, which Jackie and Jade must get back before the Muntabs age and turn to dust. Little ar and ap at the end of the cartoon. (Done in cuts)

-- JeffR_2bya

Jackie Chan Adventures

Cartoon Series: Season 02; Episode #16: "The Lotus Temple" (11/12/2001)

Jackie, Jade, and an old man are looking in a bamboo forest for the Lotus Temple. Jade wanders off and gets lost. While looking for shelter, she finds the Lotus Temple that only appears at the full moon. Jade enters and is chased by a great beast. When Jade steps out of the temple, the beast stops and cannot leave. The beast then suddenly changes into a little girl who explains that she got lost and spent the night here. In the morning when she woke, the Temple began to disappear and so did she. She was trapped and changed into a beast when there is an intruder. Then, Jeu-Lin invites Jade in so she will not change into the beast. Jeu-Lin explains she read every scroll and was looking for a certain scroll to tell of how a real sorceror escaped long ago. Meanwhile, Jackie and the old man find the Lotus Temple. Shu Len transforms and chases Jackie. The old man goes on ... Jade comes and tells Jeu-Lin to invite Jackie, so she does and they go after the man. The old man was just using Jackie to get the scroll Jeu-Lin was searching for. It granted him great power. He empowered a suit of armour to attack Jackie, while Jackie thought it too could not leave the temple, but it could. While fighting some of the scroll inscriptions rubbed onto Jackies hand, he used this power to defeat the man. Then using the armour, he freed Jeu-Lin from the Temple's curse. The girl Jeu-Lin hasn't age since the night she was cursed. (AS)

-- JeffR_2bya

Jackie Chan Adventures

Cartoon Series: Season 03; Episode #11: "Little Valmont, Big Jade" (Dec-07-02 )

Valmont encounters Daolon Wong, and after insulting the Dark Chi Wizard, is shrunk into a 10 year old Little Valmont. Meanwhile, Jade (who wants to grow up NOW!) turns to magic for assistance. Jade steals away on the Section 13 jet as Jackie, Uncle and Tohru fly to retrieve the Horse Talisman. Jade's growth potion begins to work making her taller than Tohru. Jackie and Uncle trace the talisman power to a race track and try to determine which race horse contains the power when the Dark Chi Warrior arrives. Jackie and Uncle manage to ride off on the noble horse, but are 'cut off at the pass' by Daolon at a construction site. A Fifty Foot tall Jade stomps to the rescue and fights a 50 foot ogre that Daolon summons. Jackie Manges to defeat the Ogre, and Jade takes care of Daolon Wong. Uncle returns Jade & Valmont to their normal sizes, and Captain Black arress Valmont.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Jackie Chan Adventures

Cartoon Series: Season 04; Episode #12: "The J-Tos"

The J-team and the Anti-J's are back. Chang is freed from prison, and AR presumably occurs.

-- -- TBTC


Jacqueline Hyde

Book: by Robert Swindells

Jackie Hyde stumbles across a serum that allows a person to shape shift and become anyone they want to. Blythe Metz performs as Jackie’s villainous alter ego. She goes to strip clubs and transforms into men and women.

-- Metamorphoste

Jacqueline Hyde

Movie: (2004)

Jackie Hyde stumbles across a serum that allows a person to shape shift and become anyone they want to. Blythe Metz performs as Jackie’s villainous alter ego. She goes to strip clubs and transforms into men and women.

-- Metamorphoste

Japanese Fairy Tale

Book Fountain of Youth

A greedy wife drinks too much of water and turns into six month baby.

Jaya Ancol Dreamland

Indonesia's largest theme park in Jakarta:

PeopleVision has completed a native SpokesMannequin: a young Indonesian woman who ages 100 years in 29 seconds. (old age)

-- Visible Time


TV Cartoon Series: Season 01; Episode #16: "The Wish" (12/22/1973)

After Corey's victorious football tournament, Henry feels outdone and lacking potential success. Jeannie grants for Henry on his birthday a wish that gets his and Corey bodies swapped. This causes confusion between them and people associated with them. By the time the wish expires, Corey's date Linda is through with him. (Male ST)

-- Jeffr_2bya


TV Series: Season 0?; Episode #??: "Kid Brother" (?) (1973)

Jeannie's and Babu's powers misfire.


Jeffery Is Five


Not true AR/AP, but such a fine yarn about rejecting age that we felt it must be included. (story)


Jelibon Fruity

Commercial: (2007)

After eating some candy some adults are ared into kids.

-- Unknown

Jetsons, The

Cartoon Series: Season 02; Episode #32: "The Wrong Stuff" (March 30, 1985)

After winning a school science contest, Elroy is invited with the family to view a space shuttle launch. But he gets more than he bargains for when he and Astro get aboard the shuttle and get launched into deep space. They're able to return to Earth, but are significantly changed in terms of age.

Jetsons, The

Cartoon Series: Season 02; Episode #40: "Boy George" (June 1, 1985)

Mr. Spacely wants new young employees. George tries to comply by using an experimental fluid. It turns him into a little kid. Being a kid isn't a much fun as he expected, but there's no way back, for now.


Jewel Knights Crusaders

Hentai Game: (????)


-- Visible Time

Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius Official Movie Magazine

Nickelodeon Magazine Group: "Granny Baby" (Dec. 2001)

Granny gets a tasty (over)dose of Jimmy's 'Youth Tonic' (AR, RN).

-- Pixchick

Comic Book Cover

JLA World without Grown-ups

Comic Book: DC Comics: "World without Grown-ups" (?)

After a boy makes a wish. Suddenly there are no adults around. Shazam hero figures out how to return to the world of adults. (Minor Male aP)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Joe Kidd

Comic Magazine: 2000 AD is the British "thrill-power"

In an series titled "Joe Kidd" (limited series, late 1970s-early 1980s), an elderly retired lawman is recruited to travel to a far outpost and bring justice to it. He can't figure why they'd recruit an old geezer like him, so he enlists the aid of a young mercenary (ironically!) named Joe Kidd. When he arrives at the light-years-distant outpost, he realizes why he was chosen: His spaceship was deliberately equipped with a faulty warp drive that regressed anyone who used it. Now he is in his prime again...and Joe is an all-talking, cigar chomping, diaper wearing one-year-old. And none too happy about it. The two have to work together to bring the law to this outpost, since returning in the ship they were given is out of the question.

Johnny Bravo

Cartoon Series: Season 02; Episode #17: "Look who's Drooling"

Johnny is in the Restaurant and is offered some super hot chili that he swears he can handle but when eas is freaks out over the heat, in the meantime Carl (the nerd) walks in all bummed out because he messed up a potion he wanted something else but got a youth elixir instead but before he can explain further Johnny grabs the potion and guzzlets it all down to cool his mouth down and he turn into a baby.

- RC

Johnny Bravo

Cartoon Series: Season ?; Episode #?: "?"

Johnny is changed into a old man in one episode.

Johnson & Johnson's baby shampoo

Commercial: late 80's

A thirtyish woman stands before the camera, her hair blowing back. Every time a sheet of suds slides down the screen, the woman remerges, looking five years younger, with softer hair. At the end of the commercial, she is a three-year-old.

Johnny Quick

Comic Book Hero: ()

First Appearance: More Fun Comics #71 (9/41) Student Johnny Chambers could move at an accelerated speed and became the costumed adventurer "Johnny Quick". Thanks to his special abilities, Johnny remained relatively youthful in appearance and vigor, despite his true age. When the elder heroes gathered to address growing time disruptions during "Zero Hour", Johnny was rapidly aged by Extant, a temporal villain, as were the majority of the assembled heroes. Though physically much older, he still maintained a costumed presence, later working alongside daughter "Jesse Quick" in the instruction of male APed speedster Impulse.

-- Visible Time

Jojo's Bizarre Adventure


Ared view of the world from a baby's view.


Jolt Cola

TV Commercial:

A high-school-aged couple are alone in a convertible overlooking the city, drinking the product. The girl asks the boy whether, when they kiss, he fantasizes that the girl is actually someone else. The boy looks at the girl, who morphs into a sultry older brunette (in his imagination), but he doesn't admit it. The girl is reassured by this. (aP)

-- Visible Time & Metamorphose.org

Jommeke #26

Comic Book: "Kinderen Baas" ("Children Boss") (10/28/2009)

"I have a wisdom brewed beverage. This miraculous liquid develops the mind in a few days, more than ten years of study." Jommeke is a candidate as a guinea pig. And it works wonderfully. Given the obvious success they cut down a large amount in the pipes to make. Wiser all children The result is amazing. But after a few days the side upwards: the elderly are infantile and behave child again. As of now, the kids boss!

Josie & The Pussycas (... In Outer Space)

Cartoon Series: Season 01; Episode #12: "The Forward Backward People of Xarock" (11/25/72)

Extra-terrestrial age changing.


Journey into Fear #18

Comic Book: Superior Publishers Limited "Doomed to Live Forever" (03/01/1954)

Jeff Booth falls in love. When visiting Nina, he sees her ages to 103 years old. A talking ape claims to be her husband. The ape explains that his youth serums injections have gone awry, causing him to regress one million years. Jeff goes crazy. Probably a true story.

[No Reprint is Known at This Time]

-- http://www.comics.org

Journey Into Mystery v1 #27

Atlas Comic Book: "The man who Stopped Time!" (10/01/1955)

A man gets a watch with the power to stop time, but every minute he uses it a year goes by. (male aP)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Journey Into Mystery v1 #35

Atlas Comic Book: "Turn Back The Clock!" (06/01/1956)

Possible Ar/aP in this issue.. (possible male Ar)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Journey Into Mystery v1 #38

Atlas Comic Book: "Those Who Vanish!" (09/01/1956)

A ex-con gets a magical pool of water able to restore 20 years to anyone. (Ar)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Journey Into Mystery v1 #39

Atlas Comic Book: "I lived four times!" (10/01/1956)

Possible Ar/aP in this issue. (Ar)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Journey Into Mystery v1 #40

Atlas Comic Book: "How Harry Escaped!" (11/01/1956)

When a man hangs a portrait in the moonlight who grows younger and younger. Much like Portrait in the Moonlight. (Ared beyond babyhood)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Journey Into Mystery v1 #41

Atlas Comic Book: "I switched bodies" (12/01/1956)

A former criminal who was going to an appointment with his parole officer, he happened to be walking by the alley where Dr. Bradford was looking for a replacement body for his own. Bradford switched his body with Morrison's and was prepared to live his life in Morrison's younger body until he found out about Morrison's criminal past. (Ared)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Journey Into Mystery v1 #42

Atlas Comic Book: "The Curse Of Ojiir!" (01/01/1957)

After stealing a diamond two men are aged to old men. (Male Ap)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Journey Into Mystery v1 #48

Atlas Comic Book: "Behind the Mask!" (08/01/1957)

A man pays for a mask over and over to kept himself younger. (Male Ar)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Journey Into Mystery v1 #55

Comic Book: Marvel: "I Can Live Forever!" (11/30/1959)

A scientist studies redwoods looking for the secret of eternal life. He nearly meets disaster when he tests the formula on himself, and finds that to become immortal he must become immobile. (Male AS)

[No Reprint Known At This Time]

-- http://www.comics.org

Journey Into Mystery v1 #66

Atlas Comic Book: "The Black Ray!" (03/01/1961)

A man travels back in time to become the riches man in history. [Reprinted in: Fear #6](Male Ared)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Journey Into Mystery v1 #67

Atlas Comic Book: "The Black Clock!" (04/01/1961)

A man steals a clock from a old man and ages. (aP)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Journey Into Mystery v1 #70

Atlas Comic Book: "A Thousand Years!" (07/01/1961)

A man makes a deal with the devil to live a thousand years. [Reprinted in: Crypt of Shadows 6](AS)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Journey Into Mystery v1 #74

Atlas Comic Book: "Forever is a Long Long Time!!" (11/01/1961)

A man finds a way of making myself immortal. (AS)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Journey Into Mystery v1 #75

Atlas Comic Book: "The Magic of Mordoo!" (12/01/1961)

Mordoo was a gypsy with a reputation for being able to perform any magical feat requested of him. He also had the stigma of bringing hardship to those who made these requests. Franz Kopnik visited Mordoo and asked him to make his lover Katrina Steuben a young woman again. Mordoo was reluctant, but after Kopnik taunted him he agreed. Mordoo successfully turned the middle aged Steuben into a teenager, but she suddenly changed her mind about marrying Kopnik. She started coming on to Mordoo, and he eagerly accepted her advances. [Reprinted in: Where Monsters Dwell #9] (Female Ar)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Journey Into Mystery v1 #76

Atlas Comic Book: "The Genie With The Light Brown Hair!" (01/01/1962)

The Genie's bottle was found by Mike Morgan, a cruel hobo. Releasing the Genie, Morgan demanded three wishes, thinking the Genie would be grateful to be out. The Genie detested humans and preferred the peace and quiet of the bottle; since he released the Genie, Morgan was the only one who could order him back into the bottle (a fact Morgan exploited to his advantage). The Genie agreed to give Morgan three wishes if Morgan would keep his part of the deal and order him back into the bottle. Morgan wished for youth, good looks, and great wealth; none of these physical changes altered the cruel Morgan's character. Morgan then made the Genie his personal stooge, making him perform humiliating tasks, but eventually Morgan grew weary of this and ordered the Genie back in the bottle. The Genie asked Morgan a favor: because the bottle was so lonely, let him take a human with him for company. Morgan agreed, and the Genie took Morgan. (Male Ar)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Journey Into Mystery v1 #79

Atlas Comic Book: "The Midnight Monster!" (04/01/1962)

A rich, handsome, but totally evil scientist created an immortality serum and drank it; he was instantly transformed into an ugly, monstrous, gray-skinned hulk. Seeking revenge upon the world, he went on a path of destruction until he was tricked by the Army into falling down the world's deepest hole. [Reprinted in: Fear #6] (AS)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Journey Into Mystery v1 #103

Comic Book: Atlas: "To Live Forever!" by Stan Lee (04/01/1964)

In a future where capital punishment has been abolished, the maximum sentence is 90 years imprisonment. A brilliant scientist decides to find a way to make himself immortal, so he may commit crimes with impunity, but turns himself into a rock.

[Reprinted in Fantastici Quattro, I (Editoriale Corno, 1971 series) #69 (November 27, 1973) as "Vivere per sempre!", Italian translation]

[No Reprint Known At This Time]

-- Jeffr_2bya

Journey Into Mystery Vol. 4

Comic Book:

Reprints of Journey Into Mystery v1 #39 and Journey Into Mystery v1 #35

-- Jeffr_2bya

Journey Into Unknown Worlds #20

Comic: "Bwana Brown" & "A Monument To Mortimer" (07/01/1953)

Both stories contain immortally. (AS)

-- Jeffr_2bya

Journey Into Unknown Worlds #28

Comic: "The Missing Men!" (06/01/195?)

A ruthless man regains his youth.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Journey Into Unknown Worlds #36

Comic: "The Prisoners Of Time!" (09/01/1950)

Bad guys are aP to death. Leader is trapped inside his own ship and unable to leave or he will age to death as well.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Journey into Unknown Worlds #43

Comic Book: Marvel: "Forever Is Too Long" (03/30/1956)

(Possible aP/AS)

[No reprint this time]

-- http://www.comics.org

Journey Into Unknown Worlds #55

Comic: "The Men In The Mole!" (03/01/1956)

Some minor Ar.

-- Jeffr_2bya

JSA Classified #034

DC Comic Book: "Like Sands Through The Hourglass" (03/01/2008)

Villain is aged to death by the new Time Commander.

-- Jeffr_2bya

Judge Dredd Megazine #340

Comic Book: "Ordinary" Part 01 (08/17/2013)

It starts with this fellow named Michael who is such a loser he can't even get laid in his dreams. He wakes up late for work as a not-very-good plumber, and is accosted in the street by Samoan gangsters he owes money. A plane overhead blows an engine, which may or may not be related to anything else in the story, and as Michael rushes off, some odd things begin happening in the background. At work, it turns out that Michael's job is distracting their senile client so his partner the actually competent plumber fixs the toilet uninterrupted. Michael starts the conversation which rambles as usual until suddenly old Mrs. Grayson speaks lucidly. It soon becomes apparent that she's rapidly getting younger, but it goes a bit too far. Michael is understandably freaked by this, and rushes to tell his partner, who is now a bear. And when Michael runs from the house in fright, he discovers that things are even worse out on the street....


Jughead's Pal Hot Dog #5

Comic Book: Archie Comic Publications "Puppy Tales" (Oct. 1990)

Jughead's dog gets zapped and hilarious hi-jinks ensue.


Cartoon Series: Season 03; Episode #13: "An Old Story" aka "Bark At Jumanji" (11/30/1997)

The two kids accidentally fall into a whirlpool that is like a reverse fountain of youth. At first, they don't notice, but as time passes, they get older and older. Judy Shepherd goes from a preteen girl to a smoking hot blond with a great rack (not known if her cartoon clothes were damaged.) I'm not surprised about a rack that big on a kids show. That studio was also responsible for Duckman, and there were some legendary sized ones there. Probably the last great American AP that will ever hit the Tv screen. (last female non-Japanese AP scene, excellent growth, also male AP, old age scenes) The final girl to woman AP UC/CB depiction permitted in the western hemisphere occurs approximately 6 minutes and 11 seconds after the start of the episode. Sitting alone at her desk in Study Hall, where she was teased earlier by the more mature girls, Judy Shepherd is suddenly looking a lot taller. As she puts down her book, it is revealed she now has breasts. She looks at her reflection in the window, and gasps in surprise when she sees she has aged into a teenager with an hourglass figure. Her blue overalls have become much too short and too tight. At some point during the accelerated puberty, her lower hips and upper thighs ripped through the denim, but the straps have held. "What the? ... Oh no!" She sneaks out and steals adult clothes without being detected. Brother Peter grew up in the janitor's closet while being chased by bullies. The siblings continue aging into senior citizens, but revert back in the nick of time. By the start of the next episode, Judy's torn overalls have been replaced with an intact pair.

The clues:

#1: "When silk is torn and bondage ends, you must give up what you can't defend."

#2: "Youth must follow and age must lead. Two legs fail but three succeed."

-- Zetta & teknoman01



Movie: (1995)

When two kids play an old magic board-game they found, they release a man trapped for decades in it and a host of dangers that can only be stopped by finishing the game.


Jumbo Comics #79

Comic Book: Fiction House: "Youth For One, Death For Many" (September 1945)

Possible Ar/ap in This Comic book

-- Jeffr_2bya

Jungle Comics #1

Comic Book: Blackthorne Publishing Incorporation: (1987)

Male Ar and Female Ar.

-- John L.

Jungle Comics #4

Comic Book: Fiction House: "The Fountain Of Youth" (April 1940)

Possible Ar/ap in This Comic book

-- Jeffr_2bya

Jungle wa Isumo Hale Nochi Guu

Anime TV Series: Season 01?; Episode 0?: 'Deluxe' OAV. 3rd 'illusion' (Summer, 2004)

Girst part ep 2. (AR Scene)

-- Kyukei

Jungle wa Itsumo Hare Notchi Guu

TV Series: Special: Illusion #07: "Tokimeki Peyo: My Angel" (11/25/2002)

After preparing a wonderful meal for the family, Hare becomes worried that when the baby comes, he will have to do so much more and won't be able to have any free time. Guu give Hare the experience of raising a child by turning Weda and Dr. Clive into infants. Hare must re-raise his parents if he wants them to grow. Will Hare be able to handle raising his parents?

-- Sp4cehouse

Junkett Custard Commercial

TV commercial (1957)

That 1957 TV commercial for Junkett Instant Custard that I mentioned late last year on the AR Archive did not place in the top 10 of worst commercials of the 20th Century. But the ad was notable for is AR content. If depicted three children of ascending age in front of table with bowls of Junkett custard, which was billed as 'The Growing-Up Dessert.' The youngetst boy tastes a spoonful of custard and appears to grow almost a head taller. 'Look, he's growing,' the middle girl says, as she eas a spoonful herself and experiences similar instant growth. But the eldest boy protests to eat any, claiming that, 'Junkett custard is for kids.' He promptly shrinks until his eyes are at tabletop level. He grabs his bowl and begins rapidly shoveling the custard into his mouth until he regains his old size. The ad, which ran during afternoon kids' programs, was said to have hurt Junkett custard sales because some kids believed that it would affect their size in a similar manner.

-- PixChick

Justice League Unlimited #33

DC Comic Book: "Dead Man's Party" (07/01/2007)

Stargirl and Crimson Avenger argue about the fact that she's young and brash, and he's old and careful. They get caught in a spell by Morgaine le Fey to make her son Mordred young again, and get their bodies switched. Mordred becomes a child again. (mind transfer, male AR)

-- Metamorhpose.org

Justice League

Cartoon Series: Season 01; Episode #20: "A Knight of Shadows" Part 01

The sorceress Morgaine Le Fey and her son Mordred search for the Philosopher's Stone, and the Justice League need the help of the Demon Etrigan to thwart her.

Justice League

Cartoon Series: Season 01; Episode #21: "A Knight of Shadows" Part 02

Morgaine and Mordred get the Stone and plan to transform England and restore it to is medieval glory.

Justice League

Cartoon Series: Season 03; Episode #06: "Kids' Stuff" (August 14, 2004)

When Mordred banishes all adults from the world, Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and Green Lantern must transform into 8-year-olds in a desperate attempt to save the planet. Mordred's mother tests her magic to transform the heros into kids.

-- Jeffr_2bya & Quadhouse

Justice League Dark #16

DC Comic Book: "The Death of Magic, Part 2: Night of the Hunter" (03/30/2013)

Not long after discovering that he had been brought back to life by the journey to the strange new world of Epoch, Boston Brand was shot dead by Enforcer Vikar. Now, he is dead again, and travelling into this other world's afterlife. He spots a bright light on the horizon and determines that this must be his way back to his friends, but his way is blocked by a fiery creature demanding that he pay a toll. Rather than waste time fighting, Deadman simply shoves the interloper out with him into the real world, again. Vikar's attention is drawn to the fire elemental, and in accordance with his imperative to destroy all magic, he kills it. Meanwhile, Zatanna and Tim Hunter are surprised to learn from the magical beings of the Wild Underground that Tim is expected to be the ruler of this place. A creature named Alkion explains that the planet had once been a haven of magic, living in harmony with humankind. Unfortunately, the humans grew jealous of the others' powers, and began to develop science as a means of gaining control over the wild world. They used their science to run the magic beings into hiding, killing millions. In response, the greatest mage of those times rose up, and his name was The Hunter. He, Alkion explains, was Timothy Hunter's ancestor.

Fighting with his unusual quarry, Vikar refers back to his Network to determine what he should do with each of the strangers. After discovering that Frankenstein was created via an unknown science, his superiors command him to take the patchwork man back to them intact. Black Orchid - now a Class C elemental shambler - is to be collected as well. After analyzing Deadman, he captures the ghost easily. This leaves only a rapidly aging Madame Xanadu and John Constantine, who has lost his ability to lie. With little defence, and their friends captured, the pair surrender to Vikar, feebly.

Alkion explains how when it seemed that all was lost, The Hunter stole some human technology to create the Books of Magic and transport them all to Earth for refuge. Unfortunately, they were attacked as they were activating the devices, and only The Hunter made it to Earth. There, he hid the Books of Magic, and made it so that only someone of his bloodline could open them. Timothy did, and now he is in Epoch, and the few remaining magical beings there hope that he will lead them to victory over their human oppressors.

While Vikar is on his way to hand over his prisoners, Epoch is stricken by powerful tremors. These tremors, Network informs him, are global. Meanwhile, the magical beings of the wild underground notice the shaking too, and realize that something has gone terribly wrong.

On earth, Dr. John Peril realizes that the tremors from the other world are crossing into his through the portal he opened, and their magnitude is increasing. If he doesn't close the portal, trapping the Justice League Dark in Epoch forever, it could mean the apocalypse for Earth as well. (Female aP)

-- Visible Time

Justice League Cry for Justice #03

Comic Book: (02/28/2003)

Ira Quimby was nicknamed I.Q. by his gang because of his initials and the bizzare ideas he had for committing crimes. I.Q. had below average skills and intelligence. When I.Q. was sitting alone at the Midway City Museum, he suddenly had the intelligence to properly use one of his bizarre ideas. Building several super scientific devices, I.Q. returned to the gang and proved to them how he now had the intelligence to become thier leader. Commiting the first in a series of extraordinary crimes, I.Q. and his gang found their efforts thwarted by the sudden appearance of Hawkman and Hawkgirl. Escaping from the Hawks, I.Q. returned to the museum and once again found himself possessed of a brainstorm. Shortly thereafter, he set off to commit another crime. Defeated a second time by the Hawks, I.Q. found himself in the museum again, wondering whether there was something there that was filling him with super intelligence. He discovered that it was sunlight-triggered radiation from an alien stone that was responsible for his flashes of genius. Unknown to either I.Q. or the Hawks, the stone had been brought to the museum by none other than the interstellar hero Adam Strange. I.Q. then stole the stone, but accidentally left several fragments behind. From these fragments, Hawkman was able to deduce that an aura of super-mental energy which could stimulate thought was contained in the alien stone - an aura that could only be triggered by sunlight. This was the source of I.Q.'s ideas. Using this knowledge, the Hawks were able to capture the I.Q. gang and bring them to justice. They believed I.Q. would soon retuen to normal as the effects of the stone wore off. However, they were wrong. While in prison, I.Q. discovered that his contact with the stone had left a residual energy in his mind - which now could be triggered by I.Q. going into sunlight. His super mind restored, I.Q. soon escaped prison and embarked upon a new wave of crimes. At one stage, he enlisted the help of Chemo, hoping he would help him with an experiment to increse his powers even further. However, I.Q. and Chemo were defeated by Superman and the Metal Men, moments before thier plans reached fruition. I.Q. has also come up against - and been defeated by - Batman. I.Q.'s mind was destroyed by Prometheus, who gave him poisoned wine that regressed him mentally into an infant. (Mental Ar)

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Justice League Unlimited

Cartoon Series: Season 04: Episode #07: "Clash"

Captain Marvel, the World's Mightiest Mortal, joins the Justice League as Lex Luthor initiates a new plot. (aP/RN)

-- Stonegate & Dragonaide

Justice Society of America V1 #40

Comic Book: "Hell On Earth" (07/30/1990)

Despero was about to kill Ted Kord when the Martian Manhunter gifted him with Mayavanna, a sacred gift of Martians that reaches into another's mind and provides a reality more powerful than what we take to be reality. This gift grants the receiver a reality where they obtain that which they want most. Despero sees himself killing the League and destroying the world and finally becomes at peace. Mollified by this new found peace he reverted into a fetus of Despero (Alien Ar)

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Anime Series?: (2004)


-- Visible Time

Juukou B-Fighter

TV Series: Season 0?; Episode #39: "Juko Bi Faita", "Heavyshell Beetle Fighter" (1995)

The B-Fighter Boy's Adventure", "Sonen Bi Faita no Boken". A man is rapidly reverted after a fall, and his clothes become too big.

-- Akira


Roman Goddess: Goddess of Youth

An early Roman goddess of youth, equal to the Greek goddess Hebe. Boys offered a coin to her when they wore a man's toga for the first time.

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Jyuken Sentai Gekiranger

TV Series: Season 01; Episode #15: "?" (?)

Four thousand years ago, in China, a form of Kenpo martial arts was developed, the Beast-Fist (??, Ju-ken?) style in which one that practices this fighting style could mimic the abilities of animals as well as reach spiritual peace. By present time, two opposing schools of the Beast-Fist martial arts were established: One is the Fierce Beast-Fist Beast Arts, the Beast Fist of Justice whose sport discipline enhances the human body. It is taught by Grand Master Sha--Fu-, one of the seven Fist Saints, using a sports goods company named "SCRTC" as a front. The evil form of the Beast-Fist style is known as Confrontation Beast-Fist Akugata created by the Three Fist Demons that had long been dead since the GekiRin Rebellion that marked the start of the two schools' long war. One master of the Confrontation Beast Fist-style, Rio, rebuilds the Confrontation Beast Hall with intent on world domination with an army of martial artists brought back from the dead. To fight the Confrontation Beast Hall, Sha--Fu- had been training two youths: Ran Uzaki, and Retsu Fukami. Along with the wild boy raised in the forest, Jan Kandou, the Gekiranger team is formed, they confront Rio and his army of kyonshi soldiers In episode 15; Two heros are ared. One becomes a child and other becomes a baby. (Male Ar)

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