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Published January-February 1976 by DC Tags: First Appearance Power Girl

First Appearance of Power Girl

The Super Squad!
Gerry Conway
Ric Estrada
Mike Grell (signed)
Super Squad [Justice Society of America [JSA; The Flash [Jay Garrick]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Dr. Mid-Nite; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Dr. Fate; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Hourman [Rex Tyler] (cameo, flashback)]; Star-Spangled Kid; Robin [Earth-2]; Power Girl (intro)]; Brain Wave (villain, as Brainwave); Green Lantern [Hal Jordan] (cameo, flashback); Green Arrow (Earth-1, cameo, flashback)
"The Super Squad!"
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Published January-February 1976 by DC Tags: First Appearance Power Girl

First Appearance of Power Girl

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Story Title
The Super Squad!
Writer
Gerry Conway
Interior Art
Ric Estrada
Cover Art
Mike Grell (signed)
Character Appearances
Super Squad [Justice Society of America [JSA; The Flash [Jay Garrick]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Dr. Mid-Nite; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Dr. Fate; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Hourman [Rex Tyler] (cameo, flashback)]; Star-Spangled Kid; Robin [Earth-2]; Power Girl (intro)]; Brain Wave (villain, as Brainwave); Green Lantern [Hal Jordan] (cameo, flashback); Green Arrow (Earth-1, cameo, flashback)
Storyline
"The Super Squad!"
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Published March-April 1976 by DC
Brainwave Blows Up!
Gerry Conway; Paul Levitz (plot assist)
Ric Estrada
Ernie Chan [as Ernie Chua]
Super Squad [Justice Society of America [JSA; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; The Flash [Jay Garrick]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Dr. Fate; Dr. Mid-Nite]; Star-Spangled Kid; Power Girl; Robin (Earth-2)]; Brain Wave (villain, as Brainwave); Per Degaton (villain)
"Brainwave Blows Up!" The villain the combined JSA/ Super Squad is facing is none other than one of the JSA's old foes, Brainwave, in a new body. Together, alongside a newly rejuvenated Per Degaton (another old JSA foe), they cause major trouble for our heroes, but the heroes prevail and defeat the two foes as a new menace emerges...
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Published March-April 1976 by DC

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Story Title
Brainwave Blows Up!
Writer
Gerry Conway; Paul Levitz (plot assist)
Interior Art
Ric Estrada
Cover Art
Ernie Chan [as Ernie Chua]
Character Appearances
Super Squad [Justice Society of America [JSA; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; The Flash [Jay Garrick]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Dr. Fate; Dr. Mid-Nite]; Star-Spangled Kid; Power Girl; Robin (Earth-2)]; Brain Wave (villain, as Brainwave); Per Degaton (villain)
Storyline
"Brainwave Blows Up!" The villain the combined JSA/ Super Squad is facing is none other than one of the JSA's old foes, Brainwave, in a new body. Together, alongside a newly rejuvenated Per Degaton (another old JSA foe), they cause major trouble for our heroes, but the heroes prevail and defeat the two foes as a new menace emerges...
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Published May-June 1976 by DC
Vulcan: Son of Fire!
Gerry Conway
Keith Giffen (layouts); Wally Wood (finished art)
Ernie Chan [as Ernie Chua] (signed)
Super Squad [Justice Society of America [JSA; The Flash [Jay Garrick]; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Dr. Fate]; Star-Spangled Kid; Power Girl]; Vulcan (intro, origin, villain)
"Vulcan: Son of Fire!" A new menace in the form of Vulcan appears to challenge the JSA/ Super Squad.
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Published May-June 1976 by DC

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Story Title
Vulcan: Son of Fire!
Writer
Gerry Conway
Interior Art
Keith Giffen (layouts); Wally Wood (finished art)
Cover Art
Ernie Chan [as Ernie Chua] (signed)
Character Appearances
Super Squad [Justice Society of America [JSA; The Flash [Jay Garrick]; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Dr. Fate]; Star-Spangled Kid; Power Girl]; Vulcan (intro, origin, villain)
Storyline
"Vulcan: Son of Fire!" A new menace in the form of Vulcan appears to challenge the JSA/ Super Squad.
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Published July-August 1976 by DC
Hellfire and Holocaust
Gerry Conway
Keith Giffen (layouts); Wally Wood (finished art)
Ernie Chan [as Ernie Chua] (signed)
Super Squad [Justice Society of America [JSA; Dr. Fate; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; The Flash [Jay Garrick]; Wildcat [Ted Grant]]; Power Girl; Star-Spangled Kid]; Vulcan (villain); Dr. Arthur Kliburn (cameo); Zanadu [a Lemurian] (cameo); Joan Garrick (cameo); Xlk-jnn
"Hellfire and Holocaust" As the JSA/ Super Squad faces off vs. Vulcan, Dr. Fate is injured and left in a coma as an ancient alien menace, Zanadu, surfaces shortly after Vulcan is defeated.
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Published July-August 1976 by DC

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Story Title
Hellfire and Holocaust
Writer
Gerry Conway
Interior Art
Keith Giffen (layouts); Wally Wood (finished art)
Cover Art
Ernie Chan [as Ernie Chua] (signed)
Character Appearances
Super Squad [Justice Society of America [JSA; Dr. Fate; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; The Flash [Jay Garrick]; Wildcat [Ted Grant]]; Power Girl; Star-Spangled Kid]; Vulcan (villain); Dr. Arthur Kliburn (cameo); Zanadu [a Lemurian] (cameo); Joan Garrick (cameo); Xlk-jnn
Storyline
"Hellfire and Holocaust" As the JSA/ Super Squad faces off vs. Vulcan, Dr. Fate is injured and left in a coma as an ancient alien menace, Zanadu, surfaces shortly after Vulcan is defeated.
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Published September-October 1976 by DC
When Fall the Mighty
Gerry Conway (plot, credited); Paul Levitz (script, credited)
Keith Giffen (layouts, credited); Wally Wood (finished art, credited)
Ernie Chan [as Ernie Chua] (signed)
Super Squad [Justice Society of America [JSA; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Dr. Fate [Kent Nelson]; The Flash [Jay Garrick]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Superman (Earth-2, guest star); Dr. Mid-Nite [Charles McNider]; Power Girl; Star-Spangled Kid [Sylvester Pemberton]]; Nabu (flashback); Hawkgirl [Shiera Sanders]; Zanadu (villain); Dr. Arthur Kliburn (death)
"When Fall the Mighty" As Dr. Fate lies near death after being injured by Vulcan in the previous issue, Zanadu kidnaps Hawkgirl. Superman (who has come out of retirement to help the JSA/Super Squad) is entombed alongside his cousin Power Girl by Zanadu. Wildcat suddenly attacks Hawkman after he appears to be hypnotized by strange music as the rest of the team faces off vs. Zanadu elsewhere.
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Published September-October 1976 by DC

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Story Title
When Fall the Mighty
Writer
Gerry Conway (plot, credited); Paul Levitz (script, credited)
Interior Art
Keith Giffen (layouts, credited); Wally Wood (finished art, credited)
Cover Art
Ernie Chan [as Ernie Chua] (signed)
Character Appearances
Super Squad [Justice Society of America [JSA; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Dr. Fate [Kent Nelson]; The Flash [Jay Garrick]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Superman (Earth-2, guest star); Dr. Mid-Nite [Charles McNider]; Power Girl; Star-Spangled Kid [Sylvester Pemberton]]; Nabu (flashback); Hawkgirl [Shiera Sanders]; Zanadu (villain); Dr. Arthur Kliburn (death)
Storyline
"When Fall the Mighty" As Dr. Fate lies near death after being injured by Vulcan in the previous issue, Zanadu kidnaps Hawkgirl. Superman (who has come out of retirement to help the JSA/Super Squad) is entombed alongside his cousin Power Girl by Zanadu. Wildcat suddenly attacks Hawkman after he appears to be hypnotized by strange music as the rest of the team faces off vs. Zanadu elsewhere.
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Published November-December 1976 by DC
The Death of Doctor Fate
Paul Levitz
Keith Giffen (layouts); Wally Wood (finished art)
Rich Buckler (signed)
Super Squad [Justice Society of America [JSA; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Superman [Earth-2] (guest star, retires from the JSA); Flash [Jay Garrick]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Dr. Mid-Nite; Dr. Fate; Power Girl (joins)]; Star-Spangled Kid]; Injustice Society of the World [Solomon Grundy; The Fiddler] (villain); Zanadu (villain); Hawkgirl [Shiera Sanders]
"The Death of Doctor Fate" Dr. Fate 'dies' from his injuries as Zanadu begins his ultimate plan for Earth-2. However, 'fate' steps in and the good Dr. is revived to vanquish Zanadu once more, reencasing him in his amber prison once more. The Injustice Society also reemerges as Fiddler is controlling Wildcat, as the rest of the JSA/Squad faces Solomon Grundy.
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Published November-December 1976 by DC

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Story Title
The Death of Doctor Fate
Writer
Paul Levitz
Interior Art
Keith Giffen (layouts); Wally Wood (finished art)
Cover Art
Rich Buckler (signed)
Character Appearances
Super Squad [Justice Society of America [JSA; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Superman [Earth-2] (guest star, retires from the JSA); Flash [Jay Garrick]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Dr. Mid-Nite; Dr. Fate; Power Girl (joins)]; Star-Spangled Kid]; Injustice Society of the World [Solomon Grundy; The Fiddler] (villain); Zanadu (villain); Hawkgirl [Shiera Sanders]
Storyline
"The Death of Doctor Fate" Dr. Fate 'dies' from his injuries as Zanadu begins his ultimate plan for Earth-2. However, 'fate' steps in and the good Dr. is revived to vanquish Zanadu once more, reencasing him in his amber prison once more. The Injustice Society also reemerges as Fiddler is controlling Wildcat, as the rest of the JSA/Squad faces Solomon Grundy.
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Published January-February 1977 by DC
Yesterday Begins Today!
Paul Levitz (dialogue; co-plot); Wally Wood (co-plot)
Wally Wood; A. L. Sirois (layouts) ?
Wally Wood (signed)
All-Star Super Squad [Justice Society of America [The Flash [Jay Garrick]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Power Girl; Star-Spangled Kid (joins)]]; Superman (Earth-2) (guest star); Shining Knight (guest star)]; Vandal Savage [as King Arthur] (villain); Merlin (villain); Injustice Society of the World [The Icicle] (cameo); Eileen (cameo)
"Yesterday Begins Today!" Star-Spangled Kid changes his Cosmic Rod (borrow from Starman who gave it to him) to a Cosmic Belt, as Superman continues with the team (although 'retired') as they go back to the time of King Arthur and Camelot, meeting up with an earlier persona of The Shining Knight, to face off vs. Vandal Savage.
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Published January-February 1977 by DC

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Story Title
Yesterday Begins Today!
Writer
Paul Levitz (dialogue; co-plot); Wally Wood (co-plot)
Interior Art
Wally Wood; A. L. Sirois (layouts) ?
Cover Art
Wally Wood (signed)
Character Appearances
All-Star Super Squad [Justice Society of America [The Flash [Jay Garrick]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Power Girl; Star-Spangled Kid (joins)]]; Superman (Earth-2) (guest star); Shining Knight (guest star)]; Vandal Savage [as King Arthur] (villain); Merlin (villain); Injustice Society of the World [The Icicle] (cameo); Eileen (cameo)
Storyline
"Yesterday Begins Today!" Star-Spangled Kid changes his Cosmic Rod (borrow from Starman who gave it to him) to a Cosmic Belt, as Superman continues with the team (although 'retired') as they go back to the time of King Arthur and Camelot, meeting up with an earlier persona of The Shining Knight, to face off vs. Vandal Savage.
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Published March-April 1977 by DC
The Master Plan of Vandal Savage
Paul Levitz (script, pages 1-12, 17); Paul Kupperberg (script, pages 13-16); Wally Wood (plot)
Wally Wood; A .L. Sirois (see notes)
Wally Wood
All-Star Super Squad [Justice Society of America [JSA; Power Girl; Flash [Jay Garrick]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Star-Spangled Kid; Wildcat [Ted Grant] (cameo); Hourman [Rex Tyler] (cameo)]; Superman (Earth-2, guest star)]; Vandal Savage (villain); King Arthur; Merlin; The Injustice Society of the World [Icicle] (cameo)
"The Master Plan of Vandal Savage" The JSA/Squad face off vs. Vandal Savage (who kidnapped Power Girl last issue), so he can regain his lost immortality once he acquires Superman's powers. The team has to face him under the influence of an alien planet containing 2 green kryptonite suns, since it gives him an even but unfair advantage vs. the Man of Steel. Of course Superman bests him, and they return to Earth-2 victorious, ready to face off vs. the Injustice Society next.
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Published March-April 1977 by DC

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Story Title
The Master Plan of Vandal Savage
Writer
Paul Levitz (script, pages 1-12, 17); Paul Kupperberg (script, pages 13-16); Wally Wood (plot)
Interior Art
Wally Wood; A .L. Sirois (see notes)
Cover Art
Wally Wood
Character Appearances
All-Star Super Squad [Justice Society of America [JSA; Power Girl; Flash [Jay Garrick]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Star-Spangled Kid; Wildcat [Ted Grant] (cameo); Hourman [Rex Tyler] (cameo)]; Superman (Earth-2, guest star)]; Vandal Savage (villain); King Arthur; Merlin; The Injustice Society of the World [Icicle] (cameo)
Storyline
"The Master Plan of Vandal Savage" The JSA/Squad face off vs. Vandal Savage (who kidnapped Power Girl last issue), so he can regain his lost immortality once he acquires Superman's powers. The team has to face him under the influence of an alien planet containing 2 green kryptonite suns, since it gives him an even but unfair advantage vs. the Man of Steel. Of course Superman bests him, and they return to Earth-2 victorious, ready to face off vs. the Injustice Society next.
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Published May-June 1977 by DC
Injustice Strikes Twice!
Paul Levitz; Paul Kupperberg (pages 13-16)
Joe Staton
Rich Buckler (signed)
Justice Society of America [JSA; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Star-Spangled Kid; Power Girl; The Flash [Jay Garrick]; Dr. Fate; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Superman (Earth-2, cameo, leaves); Wildcat [Ted Grant] (cameo)]; Robin (Earth-2, cameo); Batman [Commissioner Bruce Wayne] (Earth-2, cameo); Injustice Society of the World [The Thinker; Icicle; The Wizard; Brain Wave (as Brainwave)] (villains); Inza Nelson (cameo); Psycho-Pirate (cameo)
"Injustice Strikes Twice!" The JSA faces off vs. the Injustice Society for Wildcat's life as Gotham City Police Commissioner Bruce Wayne discusses the JSA's recent actions in Gotham and elsewhere, wondering why they're acting in such an extreme manner. Should such actions not be corrected, drastic measures may have to be taken to put them down. To Be continued...
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Published May-June 1977 by DC

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Story Title
Injustice Strikes Twice!
Writer
Paul Levitz; Paul Kupperberg (pages 13-16)
Interior Art
Joe Staton
Cover Art
Rich Buckler (signed)
Character Appearances
Justice Society of America [JSA; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Star-Spangled Kid; Power Girl; The Flash [Jay Garrick]; Dr. Fate; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Superman (Earth-2, cameo, leaves); Wildcat [Ted Grant] (cameo)]; Robin (Earth-2, cameo); Batman [Commissioner Bruce Wayne] (Earth-2, cameo); Injustice Society of the World [The Thinker; Icicle; The Wizard; Brain Wave (as Brainwave)] (villains); Inza Nelson (cameo); Psycho-Pirate (cameo)
Storyline
"Injustice Strikes Twice!" The JSA faces off vs. the Injustice Society for Wildcat's life as Gotham City Police Commissioner Bruce Wayne discusses the JSA's recent actions in Gotham and elsewhere, wondering why they're acting in such an extreme manner. Should such actions not be corrected, drastic measures may have to be taken to put them down. To Be continued...
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Published July-August 1977 by DC
The Attack of the Underlord!
Paul Levitz
Joe Staton
Al Milgrom (signed)
Justice Society of America [Dr. Fate; The Flash [Jay Garrick]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Power Girl; Star-Spangled Kid; Wildcat [Ted Grant]]; Robin (Earth-2, cameo); Batman [Gotham Police Commissioner Bruce Wayne] (Earth-2, cameo); Villains [Ayrn, the Underlord; Psycho-Pirate [Roger Hayden]]
"The Attack of the Underlord!" Gotham City Police Commissioner Bruce Wayne begins to turn against the JSA as he paroles the Psycho Pirate from prison. Meanwhile, the JSA faces off vs. the Underlord and his minions, who want to take over Earth-2's surface world, unaware of Wayne's actions aboveground. Story continued from previous issue; continues next issue.
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Story Title
The Attack of the Underlord!
Writer
Paul Levitz
Interior Art
Joe Staton
Cover Art
Al Milgrom (signed)
Character Appearances
Justice Society of America [Dr. Fate; The Flash [Jay Garrick]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Power Girl; Star-Spangled Kid; Wildcat [Ted Grant]]; Robin (Earth-2, cameo); Batman [Gotham Police Commissioner Bruce Wayne] (Earth-2, cameo); Villains [Ayrn, the Underlord; Psycho-Pirate [Roger Hayden]]
Storyline
"The Attack of the Underlord!" Gotham City Police Commissioner Bruce Wayne begins to turn against the JSA as he paroles the Psycho Pirate from prison. Meanwhile, the JSA faces off vs. the Underlord and his minions, who want to take over Earth-2's surface world, unaware of Wayne's actions aboveground. Story continued from previous issue; continues next issue.
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Published September-October 1977 by DC
Divided We Stand!
Paul Levitz (credited)
Joe Staton (credited)
Al Milgrom [as Milgrom] (signed)
Justice Society of America [Power Girl; Dr. Fate [Kent Nelson; Nabu]; The Flash [Jay Garrick]; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Star-Spangled Kid [Sylvester Pemberton]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Hourman [Rex Tyler] (cameo)]; Robin [Dick Grayson] (Earth-2, cameo); Batman [Commissioner Bruce Wayne] (Earth-2, cameo); Psycho-Pirate [Roger Hayden](villain); Green Lantern [Hal Jordan] (cameo)
"Divided We Stand!" The Psycho Pirate still has Green Lantern [Alan Scott] under his spell and later enchants the Flash [Jay Garrick] as the rest of the JSA try to stop him at his Earth-1 hidden headquarters. He is defeated by Wildcat's punch, who was unaffected by his fear gaze. Meanwhile, Bruce Wayne plans to arrest the JSA as he calls in for some heavy backup while the JSAers are still on Earth-1 in the JLA satellite.
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Published September-October 1977 by DC

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Story Title
Divided We Stand!
Writer
Paul Levitz (credited)
Interior Art
Joe Staton (credited)
Cover Art
Al Milgrom [as Milgrom] (signed)
Character Appearances
Justice Society of America [Power Girl; Dr. Fate [Kent Nelson; Nabu]; The Flash [Jay Garrick]; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Star-Spangled Kid [Sylvester Pemberton]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Hourman [Rex Tyler] (cameo)]; Robin [Dick Grayson] (Earth-2, cameo); Batman [Commissioner Bruce Wayne] (Earth-2, cameo); Psycho-Pirate [Roger Hayden](villain); Green Lantern [Hal Jordan] (cameo)
Storyline
"Divided We Stand!" The Psycho Pirate still has Green Lantern [Alan Scott] under his spell and later enchants the Flash [Jay Garrick] as the rest of the JSA try to stop him at his Earth-1 hidden headquarters. He is defeated by Wildcat's punch, who was unaffected by his fear gaze. Meanwhile, Bruce Wayne plans to arrest the JSA as he calls in for some heavy backup while the JSAers are still on Earth-1 in the JLA satellite.
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Published November-December 1977 by DC Tags: First Appearance

First Appearance of Huntress (Helena Wayne)

United We Fall!
Paul Levitz
Joe Staton
Al Milgrom
Justice Society of America [Dr. Fate; Flash [Jay Garrick]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Power Girl; Robin (Earth-2); Star-Spangled Kid [Sylvester Pemberton]; Starman [Ted Knight]; Dr. Mid-Nite [Charles McNider]; Wonder Woman (Earth-2); Superman (Earth-2)]; Huntress [Helena Wayne] (introduction, cameo); Gotham City Police Commissioner Bruce Wayne (Earth-2); Psycho-Pirate [Roger Hayden](image only); Catwoman [Selina Kyle Wayne] (flashback)
"United We Fall!" The JSA is divided against itself with one group -- consisting of Hawkman, Green Lantern, Flash, Star Spangled Kid, Wildcat, Dr. Fate -- facing off against a group with Commissioner Bruce Wayne behind them -- Robin, Wonder Woman, Starman, Dr. Mid-Nite, Hourman -- seeking to arrest the others on trumped up charges. Though Power Girl is hurt, Superman and Dr. Fate save the day when Superman stops the fight and Fate reveals that Commissioner Wayne is being controlled by the Psycho Pirate.
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Story Title
United We Fall!
Writer
Paul Levitz
Interior Art
Joe Staton
Cover Art
Al Milgrom
Character Appearances
Justice Society of America [Dr. Fate; Flash [Jay Garrick]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Power Girl; Robin (Earth-2); Star-Spangled Kid [Sylvester Pemberton]; Starman [Ted Knight]; Dr. Mid-Nite [Charles McNider]; Wonder Woman (Earth-2); Superman (Earth-2)]; Huntress [Helena Wayne] (introduction, cameo); Gotham City Police Commissioner Bruce Wayne (Earth-2); Psycho-Pirate [Roger Hayden](image only); Catwoman [Selina Kyle Wayne] (flashback)
Storyline
"United We Fall!" The JSA is divided against itself with one group -- consisting of Hawkman, Green Lantern, Flash, Star Spangled Kid, Wildcat, Dr. Fate -- facing off against a group with Commissioner Bruce Wayne behind them -- Robin, Wonder Woman, Starman, Dr. Mid-Nite, Hourman -- seeking to arrest the others on trumped up charges. Though Power Girl is hurt, Superman and Dr. Fate save the day when Superman stops the fight and Fate reveals that Commissioner Wayne is being controlled by the Psycho Pirate.
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Published January-February 1978 by DC
A Parting of the Ways!
Paul Levitz
Joe Staton
Al Milgrom (signed)
Justice Society of America [Superman (Earth-2, cameo); Hourman [Rex Tyler] (cameo); Dr. Mid-Nite (cameo); Star-Spangled Kid; Batman [Bruce Wayne](Earth-2, cameo as Gotham Police Commissioner); Power Girl; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Starman [Ted Knight] (cameo); Flash [Jay Garrick]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Robin (Earth-2, cameo); Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Wonder Woman (Earth-2, cameo); Dr. Fate [Kent Nelson; Nabu]; The Spectre [Jim Corrigan] (cameo as Gotham Police Inspector)]; Strike Force (villains); Inza Nelson (cameo); Huntress [Helena Wayne]
"A Parting of the Ways!" As the briefly reunited Jsaers go their separate ways, Huntress and Wildcat are left alone in hq, as she learns that he knows her true secret identity. However, they are interrupted when Star Spangled Kid sends out a distress call as he's fighting a new foe: Strike Force, and no one else has answered the call due to personal reasons. To Be Continued...
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Story Title
A Parting of the Ways!
Writer
Paul Levitz
Interior Art
Joe Staton
Cover Art
Al Milgrom (signed)
Character Appearances
Justice Society of America [Superman (Earth-2, cameo); Hourman [Rex Tyler] (cameo); Dr. Mid-Nite (cameo); Star-Spangled Kid; Batman [Bruce Wayne](Earth-2, cameo as Gotham Police Commissioner); Power Girl; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Starman [Ted Knight] (cameo); Flash [Jay Garrick]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Robin (Earth-2, cameo); Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Wonder Woman (Earth-2, cameo); Dr. Fate [Kent Nelson; Nabu]; The Spectre [Jim Corrigan] (cameo as Gotham Police Inspector)]; Strike Force (villains); Inza Nelson (cameo); Huntress [Helena Wayne]
Storyline
"A Parting of the Ways!" As the briefly reunited Jsaers go their separate ways, Huntress and Wildcat are left alone in hq, as she learns that he knows her true secret identity. However, they are interrupted when Star Spangled Kid sends out a distress call as he's fighting a new foe: Strike Force, and no one else has answered the call due to personal reasons. To Be Continued...
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Published March-April 1978 by DC
The Deadliest Game in Town!
Paul Levitz
Joe Staton
Joe Staton
Justice Society of America [JSA; Star-Spangled Kid; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott] (cameo); The Flash [Jay Garrick] (cameo); Dr. Fate (cameo); Power Girl (cameo); Hawkman [Carter Hall] (cameo); Hawkgirl [Shiera Sanders] (cameo); Dr. Mid-Nite (cameo)]; Superman (Earth-2, cameo); Jimmy Olsen (Earth-2, cameo); Inza Nelson (cameo); Huntress [Helena Wayne]; Strike Force (villains); Arthur Pemberton (villain)
"The Deadliest Game in Town!" The newly added member Huntress and Wildcat go off to save Star Spangled Kid from the Strike Force, who unbeknownst to Kid is being run by his evil nephew, who has taken control of the Pemberton fortune and is using it for evil means. The 3 heroes defeat Strike Force, but the Kid leaves the team, citing he needs to regain his lost fortune and identity once more.
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Story Title
The Deadliest Game in Town!
Writer
Paul Levitz
Interior Art
Joe Staton
Cover Art
Joe Staton
Character Appearances
Justice Society of America [JSA; Star-Spangled Kid; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott] (cameo); The Flash [Jay Garrick] (cameo); Dr. Fate (cameo); Power Girl (cameo); Hawkman [Carter Hall] (cameo); Hawkgirl [Shiera Sanders] (cameo); Dr. Mid-Nite (cameo)]; Superman (Earth-2, cameo); Jimmy Olsen (Earth-2, cameo); Inza Nelson (cameo); Huntress [Helena Wayne]; Strike Force (villains); Arthur Pemberton (villain)
Storyline
"The Deadliest Game in Town!" The newly added member Huntress and Wildcat go off to save Star Spangled Kid from the Strike Force, who unbeknownst to Kid is being run by his evil nephew, who has taken control of the Pemberton fortune and is using it for evil means. The 3 heroes defeat Strike Force, but the Kid leaves the team, citing he needs to regain his lost fortune and identity once more.
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Published May-June 1978 by DC
A Thorn By Any Other Name
Paul Levitz
Joe Staton
Joe Staton (signed)
Justice Society of America [JSA; Flash [Jay Garrick]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Power Girl; Huntress [Helena Wayne] (joins); Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Star-Spangled Kid (flashback); Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Hawkgirl [Shiera Sanders]; Dr. Fate (inset last page, not in story)]; The Thorn (villain); Sportsmaster (villain); Huntress [Paula Brooks] (cameo, villain)
"A Thorn By Any Other Name" The JSA faces off vs. old Green Lantern foe Thorn, and Wildcat is captured in the process by her. To Be Continued...
Fine/Very Fine 7.0

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Published May-June 1978 by DC

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Story Title
A Thorn By Any Other Name
Writer
Paul Levitz
Interior Art
Joe Staton
Cover Art
Joe Staton (signed)
Character Appearances
Justice Society of America [JSA; Flash [Jay Garrick]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Power Girl; Huntress [Helena Wayne] (joins); Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Star-Spangled Kid (flashback); Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Hawkgirl [Shiera Sanders]; Dr. Fate (inset last page, not in story)]; The Thorn (villain); Sportsmaster (villain); Huntress [Paula Brooks] (cameo, villain)
Storyline
"A Thorn By Any Other Name" The JSA faces off vs. old Green Lantern foe Thorn, and Wildcat is captured in the process by her. To Be Continued...
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Published July-August 1978 by DC
Be It Ever So Deadly...
Paul Levitz
Joe Staton
Joe Staton [as Staton] (signed)
Justice Society of America [JSA; The Flash [Jay Garrick]; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Power Girl; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Huntress [Helena Wayne]; Dr. Fate (cameo); Hawkman [Carter Hall] (cameo)]; Huntress [Paula Brooks] (villain); The Master Summoner (cameo); Joan Garrick (cameo); The Thorn (villain); Sportsmaster (villain)
"Be It Ever So Deadly..." Huntress and Flash go up vs. the Sportsmaster and Helena's evil namesake counterpart. Meanwhile, Wildcat still struggles under the Thorn's grasp until the JSA rescue him.
Fine+ 6.5

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Published July-August 1978 by DC

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Story Title
Be It Ever So Deadly...
Writer
Paul Levitz
Interior Art
Joe Staton
Cover Art
Joe Staton [as Staton] (signed)
Character Appearances
Justice Society of America [JSA; The Flash [Jay Garrick]; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Power Girl; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Huntress [Helena Wayne]; Dr. Fate (cameo); Hawkman [Carter Hall] (cameo)]; Huntress [Paula Brooks] (villain); The Master Summoner (cameo); Joan Garrick (cameo); The Thorn (villain); Sportsmaster (villain)
Storyline
"Be It Ever So Deadly..." Huntress and Flash go up vs. the Sportsmaster and Helena's evil namesake counterpart. Meanwhile, Wildcat still struggles under the Thorn's grasp until the JSA rescue him.
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Published September-October 1978 by DC
World on the Edge of Ending
Paul Levitz
Joe Staton
Joe Staton (signed)
Justice Society of America [Dr. Fate [Kent Nelson; Nabu]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Huntress [Helena Wayne]; Power Girl; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Flash [Jay Garrick]; Sandman [Wesley Dodds] (cameo); Dr. Mid-Nite (cameo); Starman [Ted Knight] (cameo); Superman [Earth-2] (cameo); The Atom [Al Pratt] (cameo); Hourman [Rex Tyler] (cameo); Wonder Woman [Earth-2] (cameo); Robin [Earth-2] (cameo); Star-Spangled Kid (cameo); Johnny Thunder [Earth-2] (cameo)]; The Master Summoner (villain)
"World on the Edge of Ending" The Master Summoner, asleep for more than a millenium awakens to challenge the JSA, with them not knowing of the consequences of accepting the challenge. Dr. Fate finds out that as they continue to fight he gets stronger, and once powered up enough would destroy Earth-2. The JSAers then face the difficult task of doing nothing as the world goes mad so as to defeat his plan, thereby putting him away again for another millenium.
Very Good- 3.5

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Published September-October 1978 by DC

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Story Title
World on the Edge of Ending
Writer
Paul Levitz
Interior Art
Joe Staton
Cover Art
Joe Staton (signed)
Character Appearances
Justice Society of America [Dr. Fate [Kent Nelson; Nabu]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Huntress [Helena Wayne]; Power Girl; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Flash [Jay Garrick]; Sandman [Wesley Dodds] (cameo); Dr. Mid-Nite (cameo); Starman [Ted Knight] (cameo); Superman [Earth-2] (cameo); The Atom [Al Pratt] (cameo); Hourman [Rex Tyler] (cameo); Wonder Woman [Earth-2] (cameo); Robin [Earth-2] (cameo); Star-Spangled Kid (cameo); Johnny Thunder [Earth-2] (cameo)]; The Master Summoner (villain)
Storyline
"World on the Edge of Ending" The Master Summoner, asleep for more than a millenium awakens to challenge the JSA, with them not knowing of the consequences of accepting the challenge. Dr. Fate finds out that as they continue to fight he gets stronger, and once powered up enough would destroy Earth-2. The JSAers then face the difficult task of doing nothing as the world goes mad so as to defeat his plan, thereby putting him away again for another millenium.
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