How you could have heard of them: If you follow comics news, then you know this month will see the release of two "politically charged" books, including the Green Team: TEEN Millionaires (they've grown older) by Baltazar, Franco and Ig Guara. Before that, you might have scratched your head at Adventures of Superman #549 (1997) in which the Green Team and another forgotten kid gang, the Dingbats, teamed up with the Newsboy Legion. Otherwise, it's just amusing cameos in Animal Man's limbo and a couple of Ambush Bug issues.
Example story: 1st Issue Special #2 (1975)
Commodore Murphy - Boy shipping magnate: Inherited the world's biggest fleet of oil tankers, and is now buying up land like the distinctly unOregon-like Rockmuch, Oregon, in the heart of the desert.
J.P. Huston - Texan oil tycoon: His dad's still alive, but I guess he shares the business with his son, although J.P. is more interested in adventure than business.
Is it me, or is the satire a lot more obvious and biting today than it could ever possibly have been in 1975?
Who else? Who's This will return to its regularly scheduled Who's Who entries in the next installment.