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Published September 1982 by DC
One Day, During the War...
Roy Thomas
Adrian Gonzales
Joe Kubert (signed)
All-Star Squadron [Shining Knight; Winged Victory; Liberty Belle; Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; Hawkgirl [Shiera Sanders]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Steel [Hank Heywood]; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Atom [Al Pratt]]; Justice Society of America [JSA; Batman (Earth-2); Spectre [Jim Corrigan]; Superman (Earth-2); Wonder Woman (Earth-2); Flash [Jay Garrick]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]] (flashback); Seven Soldiers of Victory [Green Arrow (Earth-2); Speedy (Earth-2); Vigilante [Greg Sanders]; Star-Spangled Kid; Stripesy; Crimson Avenger] (flashback); Mr. Terrific (flashback); Wildcat [Ted Grant] (flashback); Air Wave [Larry Jordan] (flashback); T.N.T. (flashback); Dan the Dyna-Mite (flashback); Doll Man (flashback); Mr. America (flashback); Manhunter [Paul Kirk] (flashback); Plastic Man (flashback); The Feathered Serpent (flashback); Gloria Giles; Brad Farley; Joan Carter; Charles Grayson; Sam Slattery; Winston Churchill; Firebrand [as Rod Reilly]; Slugger Dunn (flashback); Mary James; Thomas Jefferson (statue)
"One Day, During the War..."
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Story Title
One Day, During the War...
Writer
Roy Thomas
Interior Art
Adrian Gonzales
Cover Art
Joe Kubert (signed)
Character Appearances
All-Star Squadron [Shining Knight; Winged Victory; Liberty Belle; Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; Hawkgirl [Shiera Sanders]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Steel [Hank Heywood]; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Atom [Al Pratt]]; Justice Society of America [JSA; Batman (Earth-2); Spectre [Jim Corrigan]; Superman (Earth-2); Wonder Woman (Earth-2); Flash [Jay Garrick]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]] (flashback); Seven Soldiers of Victory [Green Arrow (Earth-2); Speedy (Earth-2); Vigilante [Greg Sanders]; Star-Spangled Kid; Stripesy; Crimson Avenger] (flashback); Mr. Terrific (flashback); Wildcat [Ted Grant] (flashback); Air Wave [Larry Jordan] (flashback); T.N.T. (flashback); Dan the Dyna-Mite (flashback); Doll Man (flashback); Mr. America (flashback); Manhunter [Paul Kirk] (flashback); Plastic Man (flashback); The Feathered Serpent (flashback); Gloria Giles; Brad Farley; Joan Carter; Charles Grayson; Sam Slattery; Winston Churchill; Firebrand [as Rod Reilly]; Slugger Dunn (flashback); Mary James; Thomas Jefferson (statue)
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"One Day, During the War..."
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Published October 1982 by DC
The "Mystery Men" of October!
Roy Thomas (credited); Gerry Conway (plot consultant, credited)
Adrian Gonzales (credited)
Joe Kubert (signed)
All-Star Squadron [Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers] (of Earth-2); Robotman [Robert Crane]; Liberty Belle; Commander Steel; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Plastic Man (dream); Shining Knight (dream); Phantom Lady (dream)]; Justice Society of America [Flash [Jay Garrick]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Dr. Mid-Nite; Wonder Woman (of Earth-2); Atom [Al Pratt]; Hawkman [Carter Hall] (of Earth-2)] (all in a dream); Crime Syndicate [Superwoman ; Ultraman; Owlman; Power Ring; Johnny Quick (of Earth-3)]; Justice League of America [Hawkman [Katar Hol; Carter Hall] (of Earth-1); Firestorm; Aquaman; Superman (of Earth-1); Zatanna] (all cameo); Per Degaton (villain); Professor Zee; Solomon Grundy (flashback); Fidel Castro (of Earth-Prime, cameo, 1962); Nikita Khrushchev (of Earth-Prime, cameo, 1962); John F. Kennedy (of Earth-Prime, cameo, 1962); Nuclear the Magnetic Marauder (intro, villain)
"The "Mystery Men" of October!" Per Degaton has once again regained his memories in 1947, and decides this time he will not fail to conquer Earth-2, this time by going into the past to 1942. His plan: use the Crime Syndicate to steal nuclear weapons from Earth-Prime circa 1962 from Cuba during the Cuban Missile Crisis (which in turn caused that world to have a nuclear war) to use for his purposes. Meanwhile, the All-Stars meet up with the JLA and JSA and learn of Earth-Prime's fate in 1962 from them, and pledge to help out.
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Published October 1982 by DC

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Story Title
The "Mystery Men" of October!
Writer
Roy Thomas (credited); Gerry Conway (plot consultant, credited)
Interior Art
Adrian Gonzales (credited)
Cover Art
Joe Kubert (signed)
Character Appearances
All-Star Squadron [Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers] (of Earth-2); Robotman [Robert Crane]; Liberty Belle; Commander Steel; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Plastic Man (dream); Shining Knight (dream); Phantom Lady (dream)]; Justice Society of America [Flash [Jay Garrick]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Dr. Mid-Nite; Wonder Woman (of Earth-2); Atom [Al Pratt]; Hawkman [Carter Hall] (of Earth-2)] (all in a dream); Crime Syndicate [Superwoman ; Ultraman; Owlman; Power Ring; Johnny Quick (of Earth-3)]; Justice League of America [Hawkman [Katar Hol; Carter Hall] (of Earth-1); Firestorm; Aquaman; Superman (of Earth-1); Zatanna] (all cameo); Per Degaton (villain); Professor Zee; Solomon Grundy (flashback); Fidel Castro (of Earth-Prime, cameo, 1962); Nikita Khrushchev (of Earth-Prime, cameo, 1962); John F. Kennedy (of Earth-Prime, cameo, 1962); Nuclear the Magnetic Marauder (intro, villain)
Storyline
"The "Mystery Men" of October!" Per Degaton has once again regained his memories in 1947, and decides this time he will not fail to conquer Earth-2, this time by going into the past to 1942. His plan: use the Crime Syndicate to steal nuclear weapons from Earth-Prime circa 1962 from Cuba during the Cuban Missile Crisis (which in turn caused that world to have a nuclear war) to use for his purposes. Meanwhile, the All-Stars meet up with the JLA and JSA and learn of Earth-Prime's fate in 1962 from them, and pledge to help out.
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Published January 1983 by DC
To Slay the Body Electric!
Roy Thomas
Adrian Gonzales
Joe Kubert (signed)
All-Star Squadron [Liberty Belle; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; Wonder Woman (Earth-2, cameo, flashback); Robotman [Robert Crane] (origin recap); Steel [Hank Heywood]; Superman (Earth-2, flashback); Hawkman [Carter Hall] (flashback); Spectre [Jim Corrigan] (preview); Dr. Mid-Nite (preview); Starman [Ted Knight] (preview); Johnny Thunder [Earth-2] (preview); Sandman [Wesley Dodds] (preview); Atom [Al Pratt] (preview); Dr. Fate (preview)]; Charles Grayson; Joan Carter; Sam Slattery; Mr. Bane; Mr. Vincent; Jefferson Smith; Tubby Watts; Brain Wave (cameo)
"To Slay the Body Electric!"
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Published January 1983 by DC

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Story Title
To Slay the Body Electric!
Writer
Roy Thomas
Interior Art
Adrian Gonzales
Cover Art
Joe Kubert (signed)
Character Appearances
All-Star Squadron [Liberty Belle; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; Wonder Woman (Earth-2, cameo, flashback); Robotman [Robert Crane] (origin recap); Steel [Hank Heywood]; Superman (Earth-2, flashback); Hawkman [Carter Hall] (flashback); Spectre [Jim Corrigan] (preview); Dr. Mid-Nite (preview); Starman [Ted Knight] (preview); Johnny Thunder [Earth-2] (preview); Sandman [Wesley Dodds] (preview); Atom [Al Pratt] (preview); Dr. Fate (preview)]; Charles Grayson; Joan Carter; Sam Slattery; Mr. Bane; Mr. Vincent; Jefferson Smith; Tubby Watts; Brain Wave (cameo)
Storyline
"To Slay the Body Electric!"
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Published February 1983 by DC
Vengeance From Valhalla!
Roy Thomas
Adrian Gonzales
Joe Kubert (signed)
All-Star Squadron [Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Tarantula (origin); Liberty Belle; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Steel [Hank Heywood]]; Justice Society of America [JSA; Wonder Woman (Earth-2); Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Johnny Thunder (Earth-2); Dr. Mid-Nite; Dr. Fate; Atom [Al Pratt]; Starman [Ted Knight]] (flashback); Sandman [Wesley Dodds] (flashback); Dian Belmont (flashback, death); Sandy the Golden Boy (flashback); Thor, the Villain from Valhalla (villain); Bailey
"Vengeance From Valhalla!" Spotlight on the Tarantula, with an origin recap. Explains why he and the Simon & Kirby Sandman have similar costumes. Versus Thor, from the Sandman story "The Villain from Valhalla!" in Adventure Comics (1938 series) #75 (June 1942).
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Published February 1983 by DC

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Story Title
Vengeance From Valhalla!
Writer
Roy Thomas
Interior Art
Adrian Gonzales
Cover Art
Joe Kubert (signed)
Character Appearances
All-Star Squadron [Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Tarantula (origin); Liberty Belle; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Steel [Hank Heywood]]; Justice Society of America [JSA; Wonder Woman (Earth-2); Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Johnny Thunder (Earth-2); Dr. Mid-Nite; Dr. Fate; Atom [Al Pratt]; Starman [Ted Knight]] (flashback); Sandman [Wesley Dodds] (flashback); Dian Belmont (flashback, death); Sandy the Golden Boy (flashback); Thor, the Villain from Valhalla (villain); Bailey
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"Vengeance From Valhalla!" Spotlight on the Tarantula, with an origin recap. Explains why he and the Simon & Kirby Sandman have similar costumes. Versus Thor, from the Sandman story "The Villain from Valhalla!" in Adventure Comics (1938 series) #75 (June 1942).
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Published March 1983 by DC
Death, Considered as a State of Mind!
Roy Thomas (credited)
Jerry Ordway (credited)
Jerry Ordway (signed)
Justice Society of America [Justice Battalion of America; JSA; Johnny Thunder (Earth-2); Dr. Mid-Nite; Sandman [Wesley Dodds]; Starman [Ted Knight]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Dr. Fate; Atom [Al Pratt]; Wonder Woman (Earth-2); Johnny Thunder's Thunderbolt (flashback); Spectre [Jim Corrigan] (flashback)]; All-Star Squadron [Liberty Belle; Steel [Hank Heywood]; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Tarantula]; Brain Wave (villain); Elektro
"Death, Considered as a State of Mind!" The All-Star Squadron break into the New York World's Fairgrounds only to find eight missing members of the Justice Society captured by the Brain Wave.
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Story Title
Death, Considered as a State of Mind!
Writer
Roy Thomas (credited)
Interior Art
Jerry Ordway (credited)
Cover Art
Jerry Ordway (signed)
Character Appearances
Justice Society of America [Justice Battalion of America; JSA; Johnny Thunder (Earth-2); Dr. Mid-Nite; Sandman [Wesley Dodds]; Starman [Ted Knight]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Dr. Fate; Atom [Al Pratt]; Wonder Woman (Earth-2); Johnny Thunder's Thunderbolt (flashback); Spectre [Jim Corrigan] (flashback)]; All-Star Squadron [Liberty Belle; Steel [Hank Heywood]; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Tarantula]; Brain Wave (villain); Elektro
Storyline
"Death, Considered as a State of Mind!" The All-Star Squadron break into the New York World's Fairgrounds only to find eight missing members of the Justice Society captured by the Brain Wave.
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Published November 1983 by DC
A Spectre Is Haunting the Multiverse!
Roy Thomas
Richard Howell
Jerry Ordway (signed)
All-Star Squadron [Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Atom [Al Pratt]; Phantom Lady (cameo); Guardian (cameo); Steel [Hank Heywood] (cameo); Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers] (cameo); Liberty Belle (cameo); Tarantula (cameo); Amazing-Man (cameo)]; Justice Society of America [JSA; Batman (Earth-2, cameo); Green Lantern [Alan Scott] (cameo); Superman (Earth-2, cameo); Flash [Jay Garrick] (cameo); Starman [Ted Knight]; Dr. Mid-Nite; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Sandman [Wesley Dodds]; Johnny Thunder (Earth-2); Wonder Woman (Earth-2); Dr. Fate; Spectre [Jim Corrigan]]; Infinity, Inc. [Northwind; Nuklon; Silver Scarab; Fury [Lyta Trevor]; Brainwave, Jr.; Obsidian; Jade] (flashback); Terri Curtis; General Brody; Kulak (villain); Nabu (flashback)
"A Spectre Is Haunting the Multiverse!"
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Published November 1983 by DC

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Story Title
A Spectre Is Haunting the Multiverse!
Writer
Roy Thomas
Interior Art
Richard Howell
Cover Art
Jerry Ordway (signed)
Character Appearances
All-Star Squadron [Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Atom [Al Pratt]; Phantom Lady (cameo); Guardian (cameo); Steel [Hank Heywood] (cameo); Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers] (cameo); Liberty Belle (cameo); Tarantula (cameo); Amazing-Man (cameo)]; Justice Society of America [JSA; Batman (Earth-2, cameo); Green Lantern [Alan Scott] (cameo); Superman (Earth-2, cameo); Flash [Jay Garrick] (cameo); Starman [Ted Knight]; Dr. Mid-Nite; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Sandman [Wesley Dodds]; Johnny Thunder (Earth-2); Wonder Woman (Earth-2); Dr. Fate; Spectre [Jim Corrigan]]; Infinity, Inc. [Northwind; Nuklon; Silver Scarab; Fury [Lyta Trevor]; Brainwave, Jr.; Obsidian; Jade] (flashback); Terri Curtis; General Brody; Kulak (villain); Nabu (flashback)
Storyline
"A Spectre Is Haunting the Multiverse!"
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Published December 1983 by DC
By Hatred Possessed!
Roy Thomas
Richard Howell
Jerry Ordway (signed)
Justice Society of America [JSA; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Johnny Thunder (Earth-2); Johnny Thunder's Thunderbolt; Wonder Woman (Earth-2); Dr. Mid-Nite; Starman [Ted Knight]; Sandman [Wesley Dodds]; Dr. Fate; Spectre [Jim Corrigan]]; Atom [Al Pratt]; Kulak (villain); Sargon the Sorcerer (origin recap); Inza Cramer
"By Hatred Possessed!"
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Published December 1983 by DC

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Story Title
By Hatred Possessed!
Writer
Roy Thomas
Interior Art
Richard Howell
Cover Art
Jerry Ordway (signed)
Character Appearances
Justice Society of America [JSA; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Johnny Thunder (Earth-2); Johnny Thunder's Thunderbolt; Wonder Woman (Earth-2); Dr. Mid-Nite; Starman [Ted Knight]; Sandman [Wesley Dodds]; Dr. Fate; Spectre [Jim Corrigan]]; Atom [Al Pratt]; Kulak (villain); Sargon the Sorcerer (origin recap); Inza Cramer
Storyline
"By Hatred Possessed!"
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Published January 1984 by DC
A Man Called Doome!
Roy Thomas
Jerry Ordway
Jerry Ordway (signed)
All-Star Squadron [Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; Atom [Al Pratt]; Liberty Belle; Steel [Hank Heywood]; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]] (flashback); Justice Society of America [JSA; Dr. Mid-Nite; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Hawkgirl [Shiera Sanders]; Starman [Ted Knight]; Wonder Woman (Earth-2)] (flashback); Seven Soldiers of Victory [Shining Knight; Winged Victory; Star-Spangled Kid (flashback); Stripesy (flashback); Crimson Avenger (flashback); Green Arrow (Earth-2, flashback); Speedy (Earth-2, flashback); Vigilante [Greg Sanders] (flashback)]; Winston Churchill; Nero (flashback); Attila the Hun (flashback); Napoleon Bonaparte (flashback); Genghis Khan (flashback); Alexander the Great (flashback); Dr. Doome (villain, flashback); Leo Starr (flashback); Billy Gunn (flashback); Sammy Singer (flashback)
"A Man Called Doome!"
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Published January 1984 by DC

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Story Title
A Man Called Doome!
Writer
Roy Thomas
Interior Art
Jerry Ordway
Cover Art
Jerry Ordway (signed)
Character Appearances
All-Star Squadron [Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; Atom [Al Pratt]; Liberty Belle; Steel [Hank Heywood]; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]] (flashback); Justice Society of America [JSA; Dr. Mid-Nite; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Hawkgirl [Shiera Sanders]; Starman [Ted Knight]; Wonder Woman (Earth-2)] (flashback); Seven Soldiers of Victory [Shining Knight; Winged Victory; Star-Spangled Kid (flashback); Stripesy (flashback); Crimson Avenger (flashback); Green Arrow (Earth-2, flashback); Speedy (Earth-2, flashback); Vigilante [Greg Sanders] (flashback)]; Winston Churchill; Nero (flashback); Attila the Hun (flashback); Napoleon Bonaparte (flashback); Genghis Khan (flashback); Alexander the Great (flashback); Dr. Doome (villain, flashback); Leo Starr (flashback); Billy Gunn (flashback); Sammy Singer (flashback)
Storyline
"A Man Called Doome!"
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Published February 1985 by DC
Oh, Say, Can't You See...?
Roy Thomas
Arvell Jones
Arvell Jones (signed)
All-Star Squadron [Starman [Ted Knight]; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Steel [Hank Heywood] (flashback); Neptune Perkins (flashback); Liberty Belle; Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; Wonder Woman (Earth-2, photo); Dr. Fate (photo); Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Amazing-Man; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Tarantula; Guardian (photo); Manhunter [Paul Kirk] (photo); Sandman [Wesley Dodds] (photo)]; Kung (villain, brief origin); Sumo the Samurai (villain, brief origin); Tsunami (villain, brief origin); Prince Daka (villain); Winston Churchill (flashback); Doiby Dickles (flashback)
"Oh, Say, Can't You See...?"
Near Mint- 9.2

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Published February 1985 by DC

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Story Title
Oh, Say, Can't You See...?
Writer
Roy Thomas
Interior Art
Arvell Jones
Cover Art
Arvell Jones (signed)
Character Appearances
All-Star Squadron [Starman [Ted Knight]; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Steel [Hank Heywood] (flashback); Neptune Perkins (flashback); Liberty Belle; Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; Wonder Woman (Earth-2, photo); Dr. Fate (photo); Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Amazing-Man; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Tarantula; Guardian (photo); Manhunter [Paul Kirk] (photo); Sandman [Wesley Dodds] (photo)]; Kung (villain, brief origin); Sumo the Samurai (villain, brief origin); Tsunami (villain, brief origin); Prince Daka (villain); Winston Churchill (flashback); Doiby Dickles (flashback)
Storyline
"Oh, Say, Can't You See...?"
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Published March 1985 by DC
Ultimate Victory!
Roy Thomas (plot); Mike Baron (dialogue)
Arvell Jones
Arvell Jones
All-Star Squadron [Starman [Ted Knight]; Liberty Belle; Amazing-Man; Tarantula; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Guardian; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers (flashback); Green Lantern [Alan Scott] (flashback); Hawkman [Carter Hall] (flashback)]; Kung (villain); Tsunami; Sumo the Samurai (villain); Prince Daka (villain)
"Ultimate Victory!" Tsunami breaks from the Axis.
Near Mint- 9.2

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Published March 1985 by DC

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Story Title
Ultimate Victory!
Writer
Roy Thomas (plot); Mike Baron (dialogue)
Interior Art
Arvell Jones
Cover Art
Arvell Jones
Character Appearances
All-Star Squadron [Starman [Ted Knight]; Liberty Belle; Amazing-Man; Tarantula; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Guardian; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers (flashback); Green Lantern [Alan Scott] (flashback); Hawkman [Carter Hall] (flashback)]; Kung (villain); Tsunami; Sumo the Samurai (villain); Prince Daka (villain)
Storyline
"Ultimate Victory!" Tsunami breaks from the Axis.
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Published April 1985 by DC
Night and Fog!
Roy Thomas (plot); Paul Kupperberg (script)
Arvell Jones
Arvell Jones
Newsboy Legion [Scrapper; Gabby; Big Words; Tommy]; All-Star Squadron [Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; Liberty Belle; Guardian; Starman [Ted Knight]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Hawkgirl [Shiera Sanders]; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Phantom Lady; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Tarantula]; "Emerald Ed" Reilly; Night (intro, villain); Fog (intro, villain); Adolf Hitler (flashback)
"Night and Fog!"
Very Fine/Near Mint 9.0

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Published April 1985 by DC

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Story Title
Night and Fog!
Writer
Roy Thomas (plot); Paul Kupperberg (script)
Interior Art
Arvell Jones
Cover Art
Arvell Jones
Character Appearances
Newsboy Legion [Scrapper; Gabby; Big Words; Tommy]; All-Star Squadron [Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; Liberty Belle; Guardian; Starman [Ted Knight]; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Hawkgirl [Shiera Sanders]; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Phantom Lady; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Tarantula]; "Emerald Ed" Reilly; Night (intro, villain); Fog (intro, villain); Adolf Hitler (flashback)
Storyline
"Night and Fog!"
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Published June 1985 by DC
Philadelphia--It Tolls for Thee!
Roy Thomas; Dann Thomas (co-plotter)
Arvell Jones
Arvell Jones (signed)
All-Star Squadron [Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Tarantula; Wonder Woman (Earth-2); Flash [Jay Garrick]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Amazing-Man; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Hawkgirl [Shiera Sanders]; Liberty Belle; Atom [Al Pratt] (flashback); Winston Churchill (flashback); Franklin Delano Roosevelt (flashback); Steel [Hank Heywood] (flashback)]; Zwerg (villain); Baron Blitzkrieg (villain); Zyklon (villain)
"Philadelphia--It Tolls for Thee!"
Very Fine/Near Mint 9.0

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Published June 1985 by DC

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Story Title
Philadelphia--It Tolls for Thee!
Writer
Roy Thomas; Dann Thomas (co-plotter)
Interior Art
Arvell Jones
Cover Art
Arvell Jones (signed)
Character Appearances
All-Star Squadron [Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Tarantula; Wonder Woman (Earth-2); Flash [Jay Garrick]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Amazing-Man; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Hawkgirl [Shiera Sanders]; Liberty Belle; Atom [Al Pratt] (flashback); Winston Churchill (flashback); Franklin Delano Roosevelt (flashback); Steel [Hank Heywood] (flashback)]; Zwerg (villain); Baron Blitzkrieg (villain); Zyklon (villain)
Storyline
"Philadelphia--It Tolls for Thee!"
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Published July 1985 by DC
The Secret Origin of Dr. Fate
Roy Thomas
Todd McFarlane (pages 2-23); Mike Clark (pages 1, 24)
Todd McFarlane (signed)
All-Star Squadron [Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Tarantula; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Amazing-Man; Dr. Fate (origin); Starman [Ted Knight]; Hawkman [Carter Hall] (flashback)]; Sven Nelson (flashback); Nabu the Wise (flashback); Wotan (villain, flashback); Inza Cramer (flashback)
"The Secret Origin of Dr. Fate"
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Published July 1985 by DC

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Story Title
The Secret Origin of Dr. Fate
Writer
Roy Thomas
Interior Art
Todd McFarlane (pages 2-23); Mike Clark (pages 1, 24)
Cover Art
Todd McFarlane (signed)
Character Appearances
All-Star Squadron [Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Tarantula; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Amazing-Man; Dr. Fate (origin); Starman [Ted Knight]; Hawkman [Carter Hall] (flashback)]; Sven Nelson (flashback); Nabu the Wise (flashback); Wotan (villain, flashback); Inza Cramer (flashback)
Storyline
"The Secret Origin of Dr. Fate"
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Published August 1985 by DC
Camelot 1942!
Roy Thomas
Mike Harris
Mike Harris
All-Star Squadron [Shining Knight; Winged Victory; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Dr. Fate]; Blackhawks [Andre; Stanislaus; Hendrickson; Chop-Chop; Olaf; Chuck; Blackhawk]; Wotan [also as King Arthur] (villain); Winston Churchill; Merlin [a robot]
"Camelot 1942!"
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Published August 1985 by DC

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Story Title
Camelot 1942!
Writer
Roy Thomas
Interior Art
Mike Harris
Cover Art
Mike Harris
Character Appearances
All-Star Squadron [Shining Knight; Winged Victory; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Dr. Fate]; Blackhawks [Andre; Stanislaus; Hendrickson; Chop-Chop; Olaf; Chuck; Blackhawk]; Wotan [also as King Arthur] (villain); Winston Churchill; Merlin [a robot]
Storyline
"Camelot 1942!"
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Published September 1985 by DC
Death-Sword at Sunrise!
Roy Thomas
Mike Harris
Mike Harris (signed)
All-Star Squadron [Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Dr. Fate; Shining Knight; Winged Victory; Hourman [Rex Tyler]]; Wotan (villain); Inza Cramer (flashback); Dr. Occult (guest star); Blackhawk; Adolf Hitler (on tv); Winston Churchill
"Death-Sword at Sunrise!"
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Published September 1985 by DC

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Story Title
Death-Sword at Sunrise!
Writer
Roy Thomas
Interior Art
Mike Harris
Cover Art
Mike Harris (signed)
Character Appearances
All-Star Squadron [Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Dr. Fate; Shining Knight; Winged Victory; Hourman [Rex Tyler]]; Wotan (villain); Inza Cramer (flashback); Dr. Occult (guest star); Blackhawk; Adolf Hitler (on tv); Winston Churchill
Storyline
"Death-Sword at Sunrise!"
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Published November 1985 by DC
Monster Society of Evil!
Roy Thomas (credited); Dann Thomas (co-plotter, credited)
Mike Clark (pages 1-21, credited); Arvell Jones (page 22, credited)
Arvell Jones
All-Star Squadron [Spectre (flashback); Doctor Fate [Kent Nelson]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Hawkgirl [Shiera Sanders]; Firebrand [Danette Reilly] (flashback); Sandy the Golden Boy; Liberty Belle; Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]]; Monster Society of Evil [Oom; Mister Mind; Mister Who; Nyola; Ramulus [Nightshade]]; Harbinger (flashback); Lenny (dies); Vel; Edgar Bergen (flashback); Charlie McCarthy (flashback); Captain Marvel
"Monster Society of Evil!" Mister Mind convenes a new Monster Society of Evil, including Oom, Mister Who, Nyola, and Ramulus (nee Nightshade, a Sandman villain). The search for the JSA also begins here, as Sandy and Hawkgirl arrive at a damaged JSA headquarters, only to see the Monster Society inside, and wonder what has become of the JSAers, since they only see a captured Dr. Fate and Hourman inside as well. Meanwhile, Liberty Belle, Green Lantern and Johnny Quick are transported to Earth-S.
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Published November 1985 by DC

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Story Title
Monster Society of Evil!
Writer
Roy Thomas (credited); Dann Thomas (co-plotter, credited)
Interior Art
Mike Clark (pages 1-21, credited); Arvell Jones (page 22, credited)
Cover Art
Arvell Jones
Character Appearances
All-Star Squadron [Spectre (flashback); Doctor Fate [Kent Nelson]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Hawkgirl [Shiera Sanders]; Firebrand [Danette Reilly] (flashback); Sandy the Golden Boy; Liberty Belle; Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]]; Monster Society of Evil [Oom; Mister Mind; Mister Who; Nyola; Ramulus [Nightshade]]; Harbinger (flashback); Lenny (dies); Vel; Edgar Bergen (flashback); Charlie McCarthy (flashback); Captain Marvel
Storyline
"Monster Society of Evil!" Mister Mind convenes a new Monster Society of Evil, including Oom, Mister Who, Nyola, and Ramulus (nee Nightshade, a Sandman villain). The search for the JSA also begins here, as Sandy and Hawkgirl arrive at a damaged JSA headquarters, only to see the Monster Society inside, and wonder what has become of the JSAers, since they only see a captured Dr. Fate and Hourman inside as well. Meanwhile, Liberty Belle, Green Lantern and Johnny Quick are transported to Earth-S.
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Published December 1985 by DC
From Fear To Eternity
Roy Thomas; Dann Thomas (co-plotter)
Arvell Jones
Arvell Jones
All-Star Squadron [Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Liberty Belle; Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]]; Captain Marvel [Billy Batson]; Shazam (wizard); shadow demons
"From Fear To Eternity" The Crisis continues to hit Earth-2 as Liberty Belle, Johnny Quick, and Green Lantern (Alan Scott) are tossed over into Earth-S, as the Crisis begins to also hit it. Captain Marvel (Billy Batson) helps them defeat the shadow demons attacking, and Liberty Belle and Johnny Quick marry. The 3 Squadroners return to their world via The Rock of Eternity with the wizard Shazam's help, but Cap stays behind as he's not to know about the multiverse yet at the time.
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Story Title
From Fear To Eternity
Writer
Roy Thomas; Dann Thomas (co-plotter)
Interior Art
Arvell Jones
Cover Art
Arvell Jones
Character Appearances
All-Star Squadron [Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Liberty Belle; Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]]; Captain Marvel [Billy Batson]; Shazam (wizard); shadow demons
Storyline
"From Fear To Eternity" The Crisis continues to hit Earth-2 as Liberty Belle, Johnny Quick, and Green Lantern (Alan Scott) are tossed over into Earth-S, as the Crisis begins to also hit it. Captain Marvel (Billy Batson) helps them defeat the shadow demons attacking, and Liberty Belle and Johnny Quick marry. The 3 Squadroners return to their world via The Rock of Eternity with the wizard Shazam's help, but Cap stays behind as he's not to know about the multiverse yet at the time.

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Story Title
"Shanghaied Into Hyperspace!" Interlude One
Script
Roy Thomas (adaptation); Gardner Fox (story); Sheldon Moldoff (story)
Pencils
Al Dellinges; Joe Kubert (original drawings)
Story Line
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Published January 1986 by DC
Worlds in Turmoil
Roy Thomas; Dann Thomas (co-plotter)
Mike Clark (pages 1-17); Arvell Jones (pages 18-23)
Mike Clark (signed)
All-Star Squadron [Superman (Earth-2); Winged Victory; Shining Knight; Tarantula; Sandy the Golden Boy; Amazing-Man; Hawkgirl [Shiera Sanders]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Dr. Occult; Hawkman [Carter Hall] (flashback); Wonder Woman (Earth-2, flashback); Atom [Al Pratt] (flashback); Sandman [Wesley Dodds] (flashback); Starman [Ted Knight] (flashback); Spectre (flashback); Dr. Mid-Nite (flashback); Johnny Thunder (Earth-2, cameo); Johnny Thunder's Thunderbolt (cameo); Firebrand [Danette Reilly] (flashback); Dr. Fate [Kent Nelson] (flashback); Crimson Avenger; Liberty Belle; Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Sargon (flashback); Mr. Terrific (flashback); Batman (Earth-2, flashback); The Flash [Jay Garrick] (flashback); Air Wave [Larry Jordan] (flashback); T.N.T. (flashback); Dan the Dyna-Mite (flashback); Manhunter [Paul Kirk]; Aquaman (Earth-2, flashback); Zatara (flashback); Wildcat [Ted Grant] (cameo); Harlequin [Molly Mayne] (cameo); Green Arrow (Earth-2, cameo)]; Monster Society of Evil [Mr. Who; Mr. Mind; Nyola; Ramulus; The Dummy (joins); Oom]; Gernsback; Harbinger (cameo); Captain Marvel [Billy Batson] (flashback); Nuklon (cameo); Black Lightning (cameo); Colossal Boy (cameo); Supergirl (cameo); Black Canary (cameo); Geo-Force (cameo); Elongated Man (cameo); Green Lantern [John Stewart] (cameo); Captain Comet (cameo); Power Girl (cameo); Superman (Earth-1, cameo); Martian Manhunter (cameo); Blue Beetle [Ted Kord] (cameo); Deathbolt (cameo); Star Sapphire [Carol Ferris] (cameo); Pariah (cameo); Zatanna (cameo); Mon-El (cameo); Ultra Boy (cameo); Jade (cameo); Red Tornado (Earth-1, cameo); Per Degaton (cameo)
"Worlds in Turmoil" The Dummy joins the Monster Society as they fight Superman. The 3 Squadroners (Green Lantern, Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle) return from Earth-S in time to help out against the Monster Society's attack.
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Story Title
Worlds in Turmoil
Writer
Roy Thomas; Dann Thomas (co-plotter)
Interior Art
Mike Clark (pages 1-17); Arvell Jones (pages 18-23)
Cover Art
Mike Clark (signed)
Character Appearances
All-Star Squadron [Superman (Earth-2); Winged Victory; Shining Knight; Tarantula; Sandy the Golden Boy; Amazing-Man; Hawkgirl [Shiera Sanders]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Dr. Occult; Hawkman [Carter Hall] (flashback); Wonder Woman (Earth-2, flashback); Atom [Al Pratt] (flashback); Sandman [Wesley Dodds] (flashback); Starman [Ted Knight] (flashback); Spectre (flashback); Dr. Mid-Nite (flashback); Johnny Thunder (Earth-2, cameo); Johnny Thunder's Thunderbolt (cameo); Firebrand [Danette Reilly] (flashback); Dr. Fate [Kent Nelson] (flashback); Crimson Avenger; Liberty Belle; Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Sargon (flashback); Mr. Terrific (flashback); Batman (Earth-2, flashback); The Flash [Jay Garrick] (flashback); Air Wave [Larry Jordan] (flashback); T.N.T. (flashback); Dan the Dyna-Mite (flashback); Manhunter [Paul Kirk]; Aquaman (Earth-2, flashback); Zatara (flashback); Wildcat [Ted Grant] (cameo); Harlequin [Molly Mayne] (cameo); Green Arrow (Earth-2, cameo)]; Monster Society of Evil [Mr. Who; Mr. Mind; Nyola; Ramulus; The Dummy (joins); Oom]; Gernsback; Harbinger (cameo); Captain Marvel [Billy Batson] (flashback); Nuklon (cameo); Black Lightning (cameo); Colossal Boy (cameo); Supergirl (cameo); Black Canary (cameo); Geo-Force (cameo); Elongated Man (cameo); Green Lantern [John Stewart] (cameo); Captain Comet (cameo); Power Girl (cameo); Superman (Earth-1, cameo); Martian Manhunter (cameo); Blue Beetle [Ted Kord] (cameo); Deathbolt (cameo); Star Sapphire [Carol Ferris] (cameo); Pariah (cameo); Zatanna (cameo); Mon-El (cameo); Ultra Boy (cameo); Jade (cameo); Red Tornado (Earth-1, cameo); Per Degaton (cameo)
Storyline
"Worlds in Turmoil" The Dummy joins the Monster Society as they fight Superman. The 3 Squadroners (Green Lantern, Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle) return from Earth-S in time to help out against the Monster Society's attack.
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Published March 1986 by DC
Crisis at Canaveral
Roy Thomas; Dann Thomas (co-plotter)
Arvell Jones
Arvell Jones
All-Star Squadron [Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Hawkman [Carter Hall] (cameo, flashback); Liberty Belle (camoe, flashback); Green Lantern [Alan Scott] (cameo, flashback); Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers] (cameo, flashback)]; Black Pirate [Jon Valor]; Black Pirate [Justin Valor]; The Roving Ranger; Miss LIberty; Don Caballero; Trigger Twins [Walt Trigger; Wayne Trigger]; Silent Knight; Viking Prince; Golden Gladiator; Valda, the Iron Maiden; Super-Chief; Strong Bow; Arak, Son of Thunder; Dr. Terri Rothstein; Ultra-Humanite (villain); Cyclotron
"Crisis at Canaveral" Firebrand is aboard the Monitor's satellite (parallelling events from Crisis 5), as her next mission is stop a rocket from launching into space with the Ultra-Humanite (in Ape form) on Earth-2 in 1985 with a destructive device on board. She is joined by several of history's greatest heroes throughout time from Earths 1 and 2 on this mission. She fails to stop the rocket from launching, but destroys the device.
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Story Title
Crisis at Canaveral
Writer
Roy Thomas; Dann Thomas (co-plotter)
Interior Art
Arvell Jones
Cover Art
Arvell Jones
Character Appearances
All-Star Squadron [Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Hawkman [Carter Hall] (cameo, flashback); Liberty Belle (camoe, flashback); Green Lantern [Alan Scott] (cameo, flashback); Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers] (cameo, flashback)]; Black Pirate [Jon Valor]; Black Pirate [Justin Valor]; The Roving Ranger; Miss LIberty; Don Caballero; Trigger Twins [Walt Trigger; Wayne Trigger]; Silent Knight; Viking Prince; Golden Gladiator; Valda, the Iron Maiden; Super-Chief; Strong Bow; Arak, Son of Thunder; Dr. Terri Rothstein; Ultra-Humanite (villain); Cyclotron
Storyline
"Crisis at Canaveral" Firebrand is aboard the Monitor's satellite (parallelling events from Crisis 5), as her next mission is stop a rocket from launching into space with the Ultra-Humanite (in Ape form) on Earth-2 in 1985 with a destructive device on board. She is joined by several of history's greatest heroes throughout time from Earths 1 and 2 on this mission. She fails to stop the rocket from launching, but destroys the device.

Other Story

Story Title
"Shanghaied into Hyperspace!" Interlude Two
Script
Roy Thomas; Gardner Fox (original story)
Pencils
Tim Burgard; Cliff Young (original art)
Story Line
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Published April 1986 by DC
The Sinister Secret of the Sixth Sense!
Roy Thomas
Mike Clark
Mike Clark
Seven Soldiers of Victory [Shining Knight; Winged Victory; Vigilante [Greg Sanders]; Star-Spangled Kid; Stripesy; Crimson Avenger; Speedy (Earth-2); Green Arrow (Earth-2)]; Billy Gunn; The Sense Master [Dr. Brett] (villain); Mickey Gordon (villain); Alice Howard; "Fingers" O'Fallon (villain); Don Coty; The Bloodhound (villain); Mr. John Pemberton; Mrs. Pemberton; Leo Palate (villain); Karl Dennison; Percival Dennison; Eagle-Eye Nelson (villain); Grapplo; Iron Head
"The Sinister Secret of the Sixth Sense!" The 7 Soldiers of Victory (aka Law's Legionnaires) face off vs the Sense-Master as he recruits 5 special crooks, each with a 'heightened' sense that would allow them to steal 5 special jewels that would power his special juggernaut machine once brought together.
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Story Title
The Sinister Secret of the Sixth Sense!
Writer
Roy Thomas
Interior Art
Mike Clark
Cover Art
Mike Clark
Character Appearances
Seven Soldiers of Victory [Shining Knight; Winged Victory; Vigilante [Greg Sanders]; Star-Spangled Kid; Stripesy; Crimson Avenger; Speedy (Earth-2); Green Arrow (Earth-2)]; Billy Gunn; The Sense Master [Dr. Brett] (villain); Mickey Gordon (villain); Alice Howard; "Fingers" O'Fallon (villain); Don Coty; The Bloodhound (villain); Mr. John Pemberton; Mrs. Pemberton; Leo Palate (villain); Karl Dennison; Percival Dennison; Eagle-Eye Nelson (villain); Grapplo; Iron Head
Storyline
"The Sinister Secret of the Sixth Sense!" The 7 Soldiers of Victory (aka Law's Legionnaires) face off vs the Sense-Master as he recruits 5 special crooks, each with a 'heightened' sense that would allow them to steal 5 special jewels that would power his special juggernaut machine once brought together.

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Story Title
"Shanghaied Into Hyperspace!" Interlude Three
Script
Roy Thomas; Gardner Fox (original story)
Pencils
Mike Harris
Story Line
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Published May 1986 by DC
Kaleidoscope
Roy Thomas
Mike Clark
Mike Clark (signed)
All-Star Squadron [Liberty Belle; Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; Amazing-Man; Tarantula; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Superman (Earth-2); Dr. Fate [Kent Nelson]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Dr. Occult; Hawkgirl [Shiera Sanders]; Sandy the Golden Boy; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Hawkman [Carter Hall] (cameo, flashback); Sandman [Wesley Dodds] (cameo, flashback)]
"Kaleidoscope" Dr. Occult is called in to search for the still-missing JSA'ers by the Squadron, and finds 3 of them (Wonder Woman, Atom, Starman) before his powers are overloaded. The Squadron now has hope that they are still alive even as the red skies continue to exist on Earth-2.
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Story Title
Kaleidoscope
Writer
Roy Thomas
Interior Art
Mike Clark
Cover Art
Mike Clark (signed)
Character Appearances
All-Star Squadron [Liberty Belle; Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; Amazing-Man; Tarantula; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Superman (Earth-2); Dr. Fate [Kent Nelson]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Dr. Occult; Hawkgirl [Shiera Sanders]; Sandy the Golden Boy; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Hawkman [Carter Hall] (cameo, flashback); Sandman [Wesley Dodds] (cameo, flashback)]
Storyline
"Kaleidoscope" Dr. Occult is called in to search for the still-missing JSA'ers by the Squadron, and finds 3 of them (Wonder Woman, Atom, Starman) before his powers are overloaded. The Squadron now has hope that they are still alive even as the red skies continue to exist on Earth-2.

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Story Title
"Shanghaied Into Hyperspace!" Interlude Four
Script
Roy Thomas
Pencils
Rick Hoberg
Story Line

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Story Title
"Shanghaied Into Hyperspace!" Interlude Five
Script
Roy Thomas
Pencils
Arvell Jones
Story Line

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Story Title
"Shanghaied Into Hyperspace!" Interlude Six
Script
Roy Thomas
Pencils
Richard Howell
Story Line
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Published June 1986 by DC
I Sing the Body Robotic
Roy Thomas; Dann Thomas (co-plotter)
Arvell Jones
Arvell Jones (signed)
All-Star Squadron [Dr. Fate [Kent Nelson]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; The Flash [Jay Garrick]; Superman (Earth-2); Amazing-Man; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Hawkgirl [Shiera Sanders]; Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; Liberty Belle; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Tarantula; Hawkman [Carter Hall] (cameo, flashback); Starman [Ted Knight] (cameo, flashback); Spectre (cameo, flashback); Wonder Woman (Earth-2, cameo, flashback); Johnny Thunder (Earth-2, cameo, flashback); Dr. Mid-Nite (cameo, flashback); Sandman [Wesley Dodds] (cameo, flashback); Atom [Al Pratt] (cameo, flashback)]; Gernsback; Joan Carter (cameo, flashback); Mekanique (villain)
"I Sing the Body Robotic" As the Crisis rages on, Mekanique appears in 1942 on Earth-2, after her battle with the JSA/Infinity inc./JLA teams in 1985 on Earth-1, damaged, without prior knowledge of her battle with them. Robotman then takes her to his private lab to repair her.
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Story Title
I Sing the Body Robotic
Writer
Roy Thomas; Dann Thomas (co-plotter)
Interior Art
Arvell Jones
Cover Art
Arvell Jones (signed)
Character Appearances
All-Star Squadron [Dr. Fate [Kent Nelson]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; The Flash [Jay Garrick]; Superman (Earth-2); Amazing-Man; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Hawkgirl [Shiera Sanders]; Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; Liberty Belle; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Tarantula; Hawkman [Carter Hall] (cameo, flashback); Starman [Ted Knight] (cameo, flashback); Spectre (cameo, flashback); Wonder Woman (Earth-2, cameo, flashback); Johnny Thunder (Earth-2, cameo, flashback); Dr. Mid-Nite (cameo, flashback); Sandman [Wesley Dodds] (cameo, flashback); Atom [Al Pratt] (cameo, flashback)]; Gernsback; Joan Carter (cameo, flashback); Mekanique (villain)
Storyline
"I Sing the Body Robotic" As the Crisis rages on, Mekanique appears in 1942 on Earth-2, after her battle with the JSA/Infinity inc./JLA teams in 1985 on Earth-1, damaged, without prior knowledge of her battle with them. Robotman then takes her to his private lab to repair her.

Other Story

Story Title
"Shanghaied Into Hyperspace!" Interlude Seven
Script
Roy Thomas; Gardner Fox (original story)
Pencils
Mike Clark
Story Line
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Published August 1986 by DC
The End of the Beginning!
Roy Thomas
Mike Clark (pages 1-7); Arvell Jones (pages 8-22)
Jerry Ordway (signed)
All-Star Squadron [Justice Society of America [Spectre [Jim Corrigan]; Johnny Thunder (Earth-2); Johnny Thunder's Thunderbolt; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Dr. Mid-Nite; Starman [Ted Knight]; Wonder Woman (Earth-2); Atom [Al Pratt]; Sandman [Wesley Dodds]( mentioned as Justice Batallion)]; Air Wave [Larry Jordan]; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Shining Knight; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Amazing-Man; Tarantula; Batman (Earth-2); Robin (Earth-2); Flash [Jay Garrick]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Liberty Belle; Aquaman (Earth-2); Dr. Fate [Kent Nelson]; Sandy the Golden Boy; Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; Star-Spangled Kid; Stripesy; Crimson Avenger; Wing; Vigilante [Greg Sanders]; The Whip; Zatara; Green Arrow (Earth-2); Speedy (Earth-2); Manhunter [Paul Kirk]; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Guardian; T.N.T.; Dan the Dyna-Mite; Mr. Terrific; Sargon the Sorcerer; Mr. America [Tex Thomson]; Dr. Occult; Superman (Earth-2); Hawkgirl [Shiera Sanders]; Human Bomb; The Jester; Phantom Lady; Black Condor; Uncle Sam; The Ray; Plastic Man (Earth-2)]; Charles Grayson; Mekanique (villain); Admiral Higby; President Franklin Delano Roosevelt; Harbinger (cameo, flashback); Gootsden (villain); Adolf Hitler (cameo)
"The End of the Beginning!" The missing JSA'ers return from hyperspace and loose ends from Crisis are tied up as Mekanique explains her mission to the All-Stars, who aid her, not knowing that it would change the future she came from (and in essence start the post-Crisis history for the Squadron on the single earth).
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Story Title
The End of the Beginning!
Writer
Roy Thomas
Interior Art
Mike Clark (pages 1-7); Arvell Jones (pages 8-22)
Cover Art
Jerry Ordway (signed)
Character Appearances
All-Star Squadron [Justice Society of America [Spectre [Jim Corrigan]; Johnny Thunder (Earth-2); Johnny Thunder's Thunderbolt; Hawkman [Carter Hall]; Dr. Mid-Nite; Starman [Ted Knight]; Wonder Woman (Earth-2); Atom [Al Pratt]; Sandman [Wesley Dodds]( mentioned as Justice Batallion)]; Air Wave [Larry Jordan]; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Green Lantern [Alan Scott]; Shining Knight; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Amazing-Man; Tarantula; Batman (Earth-2); Robin (Earth-2); Flash [Jay Garrick]; Hourman [Rex Tyler]; Liberty Belle; Aquaman (Earth-2); Dr. Fate [Kent Nelson]; Sandy the Golden Boy; Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; Star-Spangled Kid; Stripesy; Crimson Avenger; Wing; Vigilante [Greg Sanders]; The Whip; Zatara; Green Arrow (Earth-2); Speedy (Earth-2); Manhunter [Paul Kirk]; Wildcat [Ted Grant]; Guardian; T.N.T.; Dan the Dyna-Mite; Mr. Terrific; Sargon the Sorcerer; Mr. America [Tex Thomson]; Dr. Occult; Superman (Earth-2); Hawkgirl [Shiera Sanders]; Human Bomb; The Jester; Phantom Lady; Black Condor; Uncle Sam; The Ray; Plastic Man (Earth-2)]; Charles Grayson; Mekanique (villain); Admiral Higby; President Franklin Delano Roosevelt; Harbinger (cameo, flashback); Gootsden (villain); Adolf Hitler (cameo)
Storyline
"The End of the Beginning!" The missing JSA'ers return from hyperspace and loose ends from Crisis are tied up as Mekanique explains her mission to the All-Stars, who aid her, not knowing that it would change the future she came from (and in essence start the post-Crisis history for the Squadron on the single earth).
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Published September 1986 by DC
The Origin of Liberty Belle
Roy Thomas
Mike Harris
Mike Harris
All-Star Squadron [Liberty Belle [Libby Lawrence] (origin); Tarantula; Firebrand [Danette Reilly] (cameo); Hawkman [Carter Hall] (cameo); Flash [Jay Garrick] (cameo, flashback); Green Lantern [Alan Scott] (cameo, flashback); Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers] (cameo)]; Adolf Hitler (cameo, flashback); Richard Cannon (flashback); Major James Lawrence (flashback); Tom Revere (flashback)
"The Origin of Liberty Belle"
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Story Title
The Origin of Liberty Belle
Writer
Roy Thomas
Interior Art
Mike Harris
Cover Art
Mike Harris
Character Appearances
All-Star Squadron [Liberty Belle [Libby Lawrence] (origin); Tarantula; Firebrand [Danette Reilly] (cameo); Hawkman [Carter Hall] (cameo); Flash [Jay Garrick] (cameo, flashback); Green Lantern [Alan Scott] (cameo, flashback); Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers] (cameo)]; Adolf Hitler (cameo, flashback); Richard Cannon (flashback); Major James Lawrence (flashback); Tom Revere (flashback)
Storyline
"The Origin of Liberty Belle"
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Published October 1986 by DC
The Origin of the Shining Knight
Roy Thomas
Tony deZuniga
Tony DeZuniga
All-Star Squadron [Shining Knight (origin); Winged Victory; Hawkman [Carter Hall] (cameo, flashback); Star-Spangled Kid (cameo, flashback); Green Arrow (Earth-2, cameo, flashback); Firebrand [Danette Reilly] (cameo, flashback)]; King Arthur (flashback); Queen Guinevere (flashback); Sir Launcelot (flashback); Sir Fallon (flashback); Blunderbore (villain, flashback); Merlin (flashback); Dr. Moresby (flashback); Mrs. Johnson (flashback); Eve Barclay (flashback)
"The Origin of the Shining Knight"
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Story Title
The Origin of the Shining Knight
Writer
Roy Thomas
Interior Art
Tony deZuniga
Cover Art
Tony DeZuniga
Character Appearances
All-Star Squadron [Shining Knight (origin); Winged Victory; Hawkman [Carter Hall] (cameo, flashback); Star-Spangled Kid (cameo, flashback); Green Arrow (Earth-2, cameo, flashback); Firebrand [Danette Reilly] (cameo, flashback)]; King Arthur (flashback); Queen Guinevere (flashback); Sir Launcelot (flashback); Sir Fallon (flashback); Blunderbore (villain, flashback); Merlin (flashback); Dr. Moresby (flashback); Mrs. Johnson (flashback); Eve Barclay (flashback)
Storyline
"The Origin of the Shining Knight"
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Published November 1986 by DC
The Origin of the Golden Age Robotman
Roy Thomas
Michael Bair [as Mike Bair]
Michael Bair (signed)
All-Star Squadron [Robotman [Robert Crane] (origin); Atom [Al Pratt] (cameo, flashback); Liberty Belle (cameo, flashback); Hawkman [Carter Hall] (cameo, flashback); Commander Steel (cameo, flashback); Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers] (cameo, flashback); Firebrand [Danette Reilly] (cameo, flashback); Shining Knight (cameo, flashback); Green Lantern [Alan Scott] (cameo, flashback)]; Ultra-Humanite (flashback); Chuck Grayson (flashback); Joan Carter (flashback); Mason (villain, flashback)
"The Origin of the Golden Age Robotman"
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Story Title
The Origin of the Golden Age Robotman
Writer
Roy Thomas
Interior Art
Michael Bair [as Mike Bair]
Cover Art
Michael Bair (signed)
Character Appearances
All-Star Squadron [Robotman [Robert Crane] (origin); Atom [Al Pratt] (cameo, flashback); Liberty Belle (cameo, flashback); Hawkman [Carter Hall] (cameo, flashback); Commander Steel (cameo, flashback); Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers] (cameo, flashback); Firebrand [Danette Reilly] (cameo, flashback); Shining Knight (cameo, flashback); Green Lantern [Alan Scott] (cameo, flashback)]; Ultra-Humanite (flashback); Chuck Grayson (flashback); Joan Carter (flashback); Mason (villain, flashback)
Storyline
"The Origin of the Golden Age Robotman"
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Published December 1986 by DC
See You In The Funny Papers!
Roy Thomas
Wayne Boring
Arvell Jones (signed)
All-Star Squadron [Liberty Belle; Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; Sandman [Wesley Dodds]; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Tarantula; Starman [Ted Knight]; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Crimson Avenger [Lee Travis]; Wing; Atom [Al Pratt]; Sandy the Golden Boy]; Torgo (villain); Machine-Gun Mike (villain); The Black Raider (villain); Funnyface (villain); Goola (villain); The Viper (villain)
"See You In The Funny Papers!"
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Story Title
See You In The Funny Papers!
Writer
Roy Thomas
Interior Art
Wayne Boring
Cover Art
Arvell Jones (signed)
Character Appearances
All-Star Squadron [Liberty Belle; Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers]; Sandman [Wesley Dodds]; Firebrand [Danette Reilly]; Tarantula; Starman [Ted Knight]; Robotman [Robert Crane]; Crimson Avenger [Lee Travis]; Wing; Atom [Al Pratt]; Sandy the Golden Boy]; Torgo (villain); Machine-Gun Mike (villain); The Black Raider (villain); Funnyface (villain); Goola (villain); The Viper (villain)
Storyline
"See You In The Funny Papers!"
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Published January 1987 by DC
The Origin of Johnny Quick
Roy Thomas
Don Heck
Arvell Jones (signed)
All-Star Squadron [Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers] (origin); Sandman [Wesley Dodds] (flashback); Flash [Jay Garrick] (flashback); Liberty Belle (cameo, flashback); Green Lantern [Alan Scott] (cameo, flashback); Tarantula (cameo, flashback); Firebrand [Danette Reilly] (cameo, flashback); Hawkman [Carter Hall] (cameo, flashback); Robotman [Robert Crane] (cameo, flashback)]; Professor Ezra Gill (flashback); Thaddeus W. Morgan (flashback); Tubby Watts (flashback); King George VI (flashback); Queen Elizabeth (flashback); Elektro (flashback); The Phantom of the Fair (flashback); Great Caesar [Sam Leroy] (villain, flashback)
"The Origin of Johnny Quick"
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Published January 1987 by DC

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Story Title
The Origin of Johnny Quick
Writer
Roy Thomas
Interior Art
Don Heck
Cover Art
Arvell Jones (signed)
Character Appearances
All-Star Squadron [Johnny Quick [Johnny Chambers] (origin); Sandman [Wesley Dodds] (flashback); Flash [Jay Garrick] (flashback); Liberty Belle (cameo, flashback); Green Lantern [Alan Scott] (cameo, flashback); Tarantula (cameo, flashback); Firebrand [Danette Reilly] (cameo, flashback); Hawkman [Carter Hall] (cameo, flashback); Robotman [Robert Crane] (cameo, flashback)]; Professor Ezra Gill (flashback); Thaddeus W. Morgan (flashback); Tubby Watts (flashback); King George VI (flashback); Queen Elizabeth (flashback); Elektro (flashback); The Phantom of the Fair (flashback); Great Caesar [Sam Leroy] (villain, flashback)
Storyline
"The Origin of Johnny Quick"
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