Real Name: Atlanta

Identity/Class: Normal human (normal for a human of the year A.D. 2200 that is)

Occupation: School girl

Affiliations: Alfie "Dodger" Dommett

Enemies: Unknown

Known Relatives: Orestes (uncle)

Aliases: The Girl from Tomorrow, Attie

Base of Operations: Mobile

First Appearance: Sally #1 (I.P.C., 14 June 1969-?; series had ended by April 1970)

Powers/Abilities: Atlanta can levitate (so long as nothing disrupts her concentration), read minds (at least enough to tell if someone is lying), re-arrange molecules of metal objects to make them fall apart or expand, attune the molecules of an inanimate object (such as a stuffed gorilla or a skeleton) to those of someone living so that it follows them around, make her self superstrong and create a force field capable of repelling things - all with the power of her mind. Her time machine can also levitate, though to move laterally she has to freeze it in time and let the Earth's rotation handle the rest.

History: Atlanta is a girl from the year 2200 A.D. who suffered from an incessantly inquisitive nature. Using her powers of levitation (an art some of the people of her time had mastered) Atlanta snuck into her Uncle Orestes laboratory to take a look at his new invention. Having activated it, she discovered that it was a time machine, and that she had been transported back to 1969, where her uncle decided to strand her for a little while to teach her a lesson. She encountered Alfie "Dodger" Dommett, a pickpocket who promised to go straight if she would help him escape custody, and the two of them set off adventuring together, sometimes using the time machine to travel to other eras, such as ancient Arabia.

Comments: Atlanta also appeared in Sally Annual 1971.


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