This is Superman's Girl Friend, Lois Lane Vol. 1 Issue 60 (1965), in particular the "The Amazing Hydro-Girl!" story line.
Lois Lane takes an experimental serum that will let her breathe underwater, but unless she reaches moisture once an hour, she will die...and the Anti-Superman Gang wants to make sure she does.
This is George Dyke (AKA 'Gorilla Boss'). Sinestro blew his brain up to the size of a planet in World's Finest #251 - "Invasion of the Deathless Brain" and Superman and Batman teamed up to defeat him (and Sinestro) in World's Finest #254 - "Whom Gods Would Destroy".
The Gorilla Boss of Gotham City fought Batman twice. Later, the alien ...
Sounds like Errand of Mercy, with Kirk trying to protect the steadfastly pacifistic Organians from a Klingon invasion force.
KIRK: Is that's all you can do, smile?
AYELBORNE: You are free, Captain.
KIRK: I want to know how I'm free, and why.
SPOCK: Indeed, there are several questions I would like to ask as well.
KIRK: This idiotic placidity of yours, your ...
Adventure Comics #355 (1967), indeed featuring the Legion of Super-Heroes.
The Legion then get a distress call from Ice City in Antarctica, claiming that an alien is attacking the city. Invisible Kid sends Chameleon Boy, Shrinking Violet and Colossal Boy to check it out. As they are leaving Insect Queen asks Dream Girl if she can see disaster ...
The episode that you're referring to is from Season 3 Episode 2 (Sins of the Fathers Chapter 2: Make a Wish).
In this episode, Spider-Man meets a young girl named Tina who is his biggest fan. While telling her about how he became Spider-Man, Peter tells her about a dream/nightmare that he had. That is the one you're referring to in your question.
Watch this ...
This is VOY: One. The episode opens with the crew on the bridge suffering from the effects of a nebula they've just entered. Tuvok manages to cross the bridge and change the course so that it leads them away.
He's not crawling, but everyone else is and he's clearly well on his way to falling down.
The Invisible Man, 2 part story published in 2000AD 134-5.
Info on part 1
Info on part 2
'The invisible man'. He lives in Chubby Checker Block and works as a cleaner at Inter-Time. He is using a time-warp device to slow down time and commit his robberies whilst to those outside the time field he would appear invisible. He has stolen from Mega-...
It's from issue 2 of Batman: City of Light.
City of Light is a Batman storyline written by Arnold Pander, Jacob Pander, and Mark Paniccia, with illustrations by the Pander brothers. It was published as an eight issue mini-series. The story deals with a mad architect redesigning Gotham to eliminate crime.
This is a real long shot because the timing on when it aired would not at all match the Star Trek-TOS timeframe. But, I believe rather than Star Trek I believe you are referring to the SeaQuest episode Playtime
Points that match include:
There only being two teenaged humans left on Earth.
"A distant call for help pulls the seaQuest through an ...
Detective Comics #818 June 2006 cover date, https://dc.fandom.com/wiki/Detective_Comics_Vol_1_818
Part 3 of the Face the Face storyline by James Robinson. art by Leonard Kirk, Andy Clarke, and Wayne Faucher.
This isn't from an episode of the regular series; it's from the feature film My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising. The film is set after the Meta Liberation Army arc, which the anime hasn't reached yet (I believe it will form the second half of Season 5, which is currently airing).
Heroes Rising is currently available on Blu-Ray. I'm unaware of any legal ...
Racing Mars (Season 4, Episode 10) is the first chronological in-universe appearance of a Keeper, although we do see elderly Londo's in War Without End, Part II (Season 3, Episode 17) in the previous season.
Captain Jack has been infected with one in order to direct him to kill Number One.
You're describing the X-Men: The Animated Series episodes Time Fugitives (Part 1) and Time Fugitives (Part 2).
Part 1 opener
Cable and Clan Chosen are fighting Apocalypse and his robots in the year, 3999 AD until a temporal storm devastates the city. Cable questions his A.I. about what's happening and it explains how Bishop travelled to the past and stopped ...
The appearance in Giant Batman #203 is the original. A black-and-white version appeared on the cover of that issue.
In the late 1960s, the 80-page Giant Batman was primarily a reprint series that appeared twice a year. Generally, there was a theme to each issue (such as stories about major villains, or about the women in the Caped Crusader's life). As ...
It is hard to prove a negative, but I have not been able to find an example of the Minah Bird behaving in exactly the way described in the question.
The Minah bird was introduced as a character in the Inki cartoon series:
The Little Lion Hunter (1939)
Inki and the Lion (1941)
Inki and the Minah Bird (1943)
Inki at the Circus (1947)
Caveman Inki (1950)
The scene you're thinking of is in series 9 episode 8, The Zygon Inversion.
DOCTOR: What's your name?
DOCTOR: No, no, no. Your first name?
OSGOOD: What's your first name?
DOCTOR: Let's just, er, stick with what we had.
This is almost certainly a joke, however, like the other instance in the question you ...
You are likely remembering
ST:TNG Unification Part 2
The Bar Scene with the Ferengi weapons dealer...
RIKER: Commander William Riker, USS Enterprise.
OMAG: Am I supposed to stand up and salute?
RIKER: We're investigating the disappearance of a Vulcan ship.
OMAG: Well you've got the wrong Ferengi. I never trade ...
Actually it's from 1968. (The Brazilian translation I read was published in the mid-70s; also, they printed two or three stories in a single comic.) Gold Key series, #2. Synopsis:
Kirk is trapped on a doomed asteroid with condemned convicts awaiting
an unusual execution. Stardate 19:03.4
The Mars Conspiracy is a novel in the library that explains how to build a cybernetic assassin. While not a conventional power, it is something that could be used to gain power.
The Mars Conspiracy is a novel created by Simon Sherwood, published by Gotham City: Berryman Books, 2004.
The book contained revelations about a secret plan to design and build a ...
Are you certain the song was "The Wheels on the Bus"...? In Archer & Armstrong Vol 1 #21, there's a scene almost identical to what you've described, except that the song being sung is "The Hearse Song". The necromancer in question was indeed Master Darque.
As Valorum alluded to in a comment, "Bats, Books, and Crazy Crooks", in Batman '66 #18 has Bookworm seeking out an occult book.
Entitled "Bats, Books and Crazy Crooks," this Jeff Parker-written, Richard Case-drawn comic is a lot of fun. Bookworm and his beatnik henchmen muscle their way in to the Gotham Public Library at closing time in ...
It could possibly be Witchstock, S06E11. In it, Grams's go-go boots transport Paige to 1967. When Penny (the young Grams) mentions a "magical be-in," Paige connects it to the "Human Be-in" (a real event in 1967 San Francisco) and Timothy Leary and his pro-LSD advocacy. Penny quickly admonishes Paige that there's "no acid allowed&...
The continuation to that story is found in the subsequent issue, Doctor Strange 1974 #32, in The Dream Weaver!
It wasn't uncommon then (or now, for that matter) for stories to skip an issue or two if the art hadn't been completed or needed revision. You'll find another jump in issue #34, picking up again in #35, then completing in #36 and #37.
There's a ...
It could be something like this:
Return of the Jedi by James KAHN
Not an exact match, but quite similar, maybe memory changed the picture over the time)
ps. origin comes from the movie poster: https://www.vintagemovieposters.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/IMG_2815.jpeg
The episode in question was Night Game, and involved of all things an Indian burial ground.
Forces of good and evil:
an ancient Indian legend, "Once every 500 years, the supernatural forces of good and evil fight a battle. That battle always takes place on the same site." This site happened to be the very spot currently occupied by the Jaguars ...