> > I imagine that Starro's lack of appearances is because writers probably think to themselves "how much can actually be done with a giant starfish?"
> > Starro's appearances listed at the DC Guide:
> > Brave and the Bold #28 (February-March 1960) "Starro the Conqueror"
> > Justice League of America #27 (May 1964) "The 'I' Who Defeated the Justice League"
> > Justice League of America #65 (September 1968) "T.O. Morrow Kills the Justice League - Today"
> > Adventure Comics #451 (May-June 1977) "The Secret of the Sinister Abyss"
> > Justice League of America #189 (April 1981) "The Return of the Starfish Conqueror"
> > Justice League of America #190 (May 1981) "Our Friends, Our Enemies"
> > Captain Carrot & His Amazing Zoo Crew #1 (March 1982) "The Pluto Syndrome"
> > Crisis on Infinite Earths #9 (December 1985) "War Zone"
> > Justice League Europe #25 (April 1991) "Nightcrawlers!"
> > Justice League Europe #26 (May 1991) "Stars In Your Eyes"
> > Justice League Europe #27 (June 1991) "The Vagabond King"
> > Justice League Europe #28 (July 1991) "The Man Who Wears the Stars"
> Starro also appeared in JLA #23-24 and one of the JLA Secret Files and Origins. I think the JLA: SF&O story was reprinted in the recent Greatest JLA Stories Ever Told but I don't have it handy to check.
If anyone can nutshell it, what's the difference between "Starro the Conqueror" and "The Star Conqueror?" They're both giant alien starfish who control peoples' minds right?
Isn't Starro the one who's been showing up in recent years such as in the Human Defense Corps, and currently in JLofA (or at least his Starlings or whatever they're called)?