Appearing in "Shanga, the Star-Dancer!" Featured Characters: Previous Appearance of Thing Thing Next Appearance of Thing Previous Appearance of Blue Diamond Blue Diamond Next Appearance of Blue Diamond Supporting Characters: Previous Appearance of Alicia Masters Alicia Masters Next Appearance of Alicia Masters Antagonists: Star-Dancer Next Appearance of Star-Dancer (First appearance) Other Characters: Zhalla'klans (First appearance) Nazi soldiers (Main story and flashback) Races and Species: Humans Locations: Zhalla'kla (First appearance) Earth United States of America Massachusetts Hartsdale (First appearance) Synopsis for "Shanga, the Star-Dancer!" In the depths of space Shanga, the Star-Dancer dances across the stars on her seemingly endless quest to return to her homeworld of Zhalla'kla. She recalls how she foolishly left her world without taking a care to mark her passage and eventually became lost. With her natural talent to detect when events will prove fortuitous for members of her race, the Sky-Dancer reaches out with this ability and she feels it directing her toward the planet Earth. Although the probe of the planet leaves her to believe that it is a primitive backwater world, she decides to heed her abilities anyway.

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