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 Infinity, Inc.

Infinity, Inc. No. 1
March 1984
Cover: Nuklon, Silver Scarab, Star-Spangled Kid, Jade, Huntress, Power Girl, Brainwave, Jr.; Atom, Sandman, Spectre, Flash, Hawkman, Dr. Fate, Green Lantern, and Hourman (in background) //Jerry Ordway
Story: "Generations" (24 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Penciller: Jerry Ordway
Inker: Mike Machlan
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Infinity, Inc. (Nuklon (Albert Rothstein; origin revealed in this story; last chronological appearance in flashback in issue #27), Silver Scarab (Hector Hall; origin revealed in this story; last chronological appearance in flashback in issue #27), Fury (Lyta Trevor; last appearance in WONDER WOMAN #300; origin revealed in this story), Northwind (Norda; origin revealed in this story in flashback, his earliest chronological appearance), Jade (Jennie-Lynn Hayden; last chronological appearance in issue #4 (flashback)), Obsidian (Todd Rice James; last chornological appearance in issue #4 (flashback)), Brainwave, Jr. (Hank King, Jr.; intro and origin of team)
GS: Justice Society of America (Atom (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #195), Dr. Fate, Green Lantern (last appearance for both in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #209), Dr. Mid-Nite, Hawkman (last appearance for both in WONDER WOMAN #291), Flash, Hourman, Johnny Thunder, Power Girl, Starman (last appearance for all five in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #220), Huntress (last appearance in WONDER WOMAN #313), Robin (last appearance in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #182), Star-Spangled Kid (last chronological appearance in issue #11 (flashback)), Wildcat (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #183), Wonder Woman (last appearance in WONDER WOMAN #300); last team appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #220)
GA: Hawkgirl (in flashback; last chronological appearance in FLASH COMICS #104; next chronological appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #62)
Supporting Characters: Hippolyte (in flashback; last appearance in WONDER WOMAN #?), Steve Trevor (in flashback; last appearance in WONDER WOMAN #300; next appears in issue #7), Phil Rothstein (first appearance; Nuklon's father; in flashback; dies in this story), Terri Curtis Rothstein (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #64), Fred Cantrell, Osoro (Northwind's parents; first appearance for both; in flashback), Worla (last appearance in FLASH COMICS #71)
Cameo appearances: The Spectre, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Mr. Terrific, Money Master, Shiera Sanders Hall, Steve Trevor, Cyclotron, Ultra-Humanite (as Dolores Winters), Danette Reilly (Firebrand II), Brain Wave
Intro: Professor Higgins (only appearance; in flashback)
Comment: Story continues in next issue and takes place on Dec. 24, 1983.
 This is part one of the Generations Saga.
Synopsis: Six costumed youths, Nuklon, Fury, Jade, Obsidian, Northwind, and Silver Scarab, crash a Christmas Eve meeting of the Justice Society and petition to be allowed in.  After a brief scuffle, the Society members discover that the sextet are either children of JSA members or of old friends, and that Jade and Obsidian claim to be Green Lantern's children, though he has no memory of them.  When the Justice Society says that the six of them need more experience, the youth go their own way.  Minutes later, another party-crasher barges in, appearing to be the Brain Wave.

Infinity, Inc. No. 2
May 1984
Cover: Ultra-Humanite, Jade, Silver Scarab, Obsidian, Northwind, Fury, Nuklon, Huntress, Brainwave, Jr., Power Girl, and Star-Spangled Kid //Mike Machlan / Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "A Gauntlet Hurled" (23 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, writer: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Penciller: Jerry Ordway
Inker: Mike Machlan
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Infinity, Inc. (Brainwave, Jr. (next chronological appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #24), Fury, Jade, Northwind, Nuklon, Obsidian, Silver Scarab (next chronological appearance for all in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #26 (flashback)), Huntress, Power Girl, Star-Spangled Kid (all three join Infinity, Inc. in this story))
GS: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Fate (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #231), Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash (next appears in issue #5), Green Lantern, Hawkman, Hourman (next appears in issue #12), Johnny Thunder (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #232), Robin, Starman, Wildcat, Wonder Woman)
Cameo appearances: Brain Wave (as an identity for Brainwave, Jr.), Batman, Catwoman (in flashback)
Villains: Ultra-Humanite (last chronological appearance in flashback in next issue; next appears in issue #5),  Elvira, Benny, and other brawlers (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Story takes place Dec. 24, 1983.
 This is part two of the Generations Saga.
 Story continues in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #24-26 and ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2, in which Infinity, Inc. teams with the Justice Society and the All-Star Squadron to battle the Ultra-Humanite of 1942.
Synopsis: Star-Spangled Kid organizes the six newcomers, himself, Power Girl, and the Huntress into a team he calls Infinity, Inc.  Brainwave, Jr. breaks in to tell them that the Ultra-Humanite is at large, but he is felled by a mental attack of Ultra's, and Jade, Obsidian, Nuklon, Fury, Northwind, and Silver Scarab are lured into a time machine which takes them back to 1942.  Brainwave manages to hitch a ride.

Infinity, Inc. No. 3
June 1984
Cover: Solomon Grundy vs. Jade, Nuklon, Obsidian, Northwind, Power Girl, and Silver Scarab //Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "Solomon Grundy Goes Hollywood" (23 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Penciller: Jerry Ordway
Inker: Mike Machlan
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorists: Adrienne Roy, Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Infinity, Inc. (Brainwave, Jr., Fury, Jade, Northwind, Nuklon, Obsidian, Silver Scarab (last chronological appearance for all in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2), Huntress, Power Girl, Star-Spangled Kid)
GS: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Robin, Superman (last chronological appearance in flashback in issue #5), Wildcat, Wonder Woman), Shiera Sanders Hall (Hawkgirl; last chronological appearance in flashback in issue #27)
Supporting Characters: Terri Rothstein, Steve Trevor (last appearance in WONDER WOMAN #300)
Cameo appearances: Tarantula, Johnny Quick, Deathbolt, Ultra-Humanite (in Dolores Winters's body), Monocle, Mist, Psycho-Pirate, Vulcan, Brain Wave, Green Lantern, Number One, Strike Force (all in flashback)
Villain: Solomon Grundy (last appearance in WONDER WOMAN #273)
Comment: This is part three of the Generations Saga.
 Story continues from ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2 and takes place on Dec. 25, 1983.
 In this story, Brainwave, Jr. reveals that he is the son of Merry, Star-Spangled Kid's sister.
Synopsis: The seven lost members of Infinity, Inc. return from 1942, rejoin the others, and set up shop at Stellar Studios, an abandoned movie company owned by Star-Spangled Kid.  Unfortunately, they learn that Solomon Grundy is making the movie lot his home.  Meanwhile, several JSA members are immersed in the waters of Koehaha by an evil Superman.

Infinity, Inc. No. 4
July 1984
Cover: Northwind, Brainwave, Jr., Fury, Star-Spangled Kid, Huntress, Nuklon, coroner, Jade, Obsidian, Power Girl, and Silver Scarab in morgue with "bodies" of Hawkman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, and Robin //Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "Origins and Outcasts" (23 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Penciller: Jerry Ordway
Inker: Mike Machlan
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorists: Adrienne Roy, Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Infinity, Inc. (Jade, Obsidian (both also appear in flashback, chronologically between INFINITY, INC. ANNUAL #1 / issue #1; origin revealed in part in this story), Brainwave, Jr., Fury, Huntress, Jade, Northwind (origin details revealed in this story), Nuklon, Obsidian, Power Girl, Silver Scarab, Star-Spangled Kid)
GS: Justice Society of America (Atom, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Robin, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Characters: Julian and Myrna Hayden (Jade's foster parents; first appearance for both; in flashback), Worla, Osoro, Fred Cantrell
Intro: Yakta (only appearance)
Other Characters: Feitheirans (last appearance in FLASH COMICS #71)
Villain: Solomon Grundy (next appears in issue #22 / CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5)
Comments: Pages 11-19 reprint "The Land of the Bird People" from FLASH COMICS #71 (Writer: Gardner Fox; artist: Joe Kubert).
 This is part four of the Generations Saga.
Synopsis: After several Infinitors make a side trip to Feitheira to drop off Solomon Grundy, they rejoin the rest only to learn that five Justice Society members have been found, apparently dead.

Infinity, Inc. No. 5
August 1984
Cover: Silver Scarab, Northwind, Hawkman, Green Lantern, Flash, Fury, Atom, Obsidian, Wonder Woman //Jerry Ordway / Mike Machlan (signed)
Story: "Dead Men's Bluff" (21 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Penciller: Jerry Ordway
Inker: Mike Machlan
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorists: Adrienne Roy, Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Infinity, Inc. (Brainwave, Jr., Fury, Jade, Huntress, Northwind, Nuklon, Obsidian, Power Girl, Silver Scarab, Star-Spangled Kid)
GS: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Charles McNider (Dr. Mid-Nite), the Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Robin, Wonder Woman), Shiera Sanders Hall (Hawkgirl)
Supporting Character: Andrew Vinson (last appearance in WONDER WOMAN #273)
Intro: Charlie, Dr. Tindall, Sam, Charlie Fenton, Walt (only appearance for all), Mort Czarniak, A. J. Carruthers
Cameo appearances: Calvin Stymes, the Black Rider, Herbert Philpotts, the Grim Marauder, Mister X, Prof. Saul Philpotts, the Wrecker, Superman, Batman, (all in flashback)
Villain: The Ultra-Humanite (last appearance in issue #2)
Comment: Story probably takes place Dec. 26, 1983.
 This is part five of the Generations Saga.
Synopsis: The Justice Society comes back from "drowning", without consciences, and the Flash and Infinity, Inc. are hard-put to cope with them.

Infinity, Inc.  No. 6
September 1984
Cover: Nuklon, Huntress, Silver Scarab, Fury, and Nuklon with wanted poster of Atom, Hawkman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Robin, and Superman //Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "Divide and Be Conquered" (22 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Penciller: Jerry Ordway
Inker: Al Gordon
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters:  Infinity, Inc. (Brainwave, Jr., Fury, Jade, Huntress, Northwind, Nuklon, Obsidian, Power Girl, Silver Scarab, Star-Spangled Kid)
GS: Flash, Superman (also appears in flashback, chronologically between DC COMICS PRESENTS ANNUAL #1 / issue #3), Robin (origin retold in flashback)
Supporting Character: Andrew Vinson
Other Characters: A. J. Carruthers, Mort Czarniak
Cameo appearances: John and Mary Grayson, Batman, Firebrand II, Atom, Robotman, Liberty Belle, Commander Steel, Tarantula (in flashback)
Villains: Ultra-Humanite, Boss Zucco (last appearance in DETECTIVE COMICS #38; last appearance)
Comments: This is part siz of the Generations Saga.
Synopsis: The Huntress fights with Robin to keep him from killing Boss Zucco, as Brainwave, Jr. and the Star-Spangled Kid learn the details of the Ultra-Humanite's evil plan.

Infinity, Inc. No. 7
October 1984
Cover: Superman vs. Power Girl in trainyards //Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "Past Glories, Future Tears" (21 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Penciller: Jerry Ordway
Inker: Al Gordon
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters:  Infinity, Inc. (Fury, Jade, Northwind, Obsidian, Power Girl, Silver Scarab)
GS: Superman, Hawkman, Wonder Woman
Supporting Characters: Andrew Vinson, Steve Trevor (last appearance in issue #1)
Intro: Gus (only appearance)
Cameo appearances: Atom, Green Lantern, Huntress, Robin, Cheetah, Dr. Psycho, Etta Candy, Star-Spangled Kid, Nuklon, Brainwave, Jr.
Villain: Ultra-Humanite
Comment: This is part seven of the Generations Saga.
Synopsis: Power Girl finds herself unable to counter Superman's greater strength as Fury, Northwind, and Silver Scarab try to stop Hawkman and Wonder Woman from stealing an ancient statue of Horus.

Infinity, Inc. No. 8
November 1984
Cover: Obsidian, Jade, Wildcat, and Northwind watching Nuklon battle Atom on viewscreen //Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "Atomic Dreams, Nuclear Nightmares" (21 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Penciller: Jerry Ordway
Inker: Al Gordon
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters:  Infinity, Inc. (Fury, Huntress, Jade, Northwind, Nuklon, Obsidian, Silver Scarab)
GS: Justice Society of America (Wonder Woman, Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Flash (next appears in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #1), Robin, Wildcat), Shiera Sanders Hall (Hawkgirl)
GA: The Monitor, Lyla (last appearance for both in WONDER WOMAN #321; both next appear in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #40)
Supporting Characters: Steve Trevor, Terri Rothstein
Other Characters: Mort Czarniak, A. J. Carruthers
Intro: Charlie
Cameo appearances: Cyclotron (in flashback), Superman, Power Girl, Starman
Villain: Ultra-Humanite
Comment: This is part 8 of the Generations Saga.
Synopsis: Nuklon fights the Atom in the heart of a nuclear reactor, while Dr. Mid-Nite and Shiera Hall search for the Ultra-Humanite.

Infinity, Inc. No. 9
December 1984
Cover: Green Lantern vs. Jade and Obsidian in space //Mike Machlan / Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "How Green Was My Victory" (21 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Penciller: Jerry Ordway
Inkers: Mike Machlan, Jerry Ordway, Tony DeZuniga
Letterers: David Cody Weiss, L. Lois Buhalis
Colorists: Anthony Tollin, Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters:  Infinity, Inc. (Brainwave, Jr., Fury, Jade, Huntress, Northwind, Nuklon, Obsidian, Power Girl, Silver Scarab, Star-Spangled Kid)
GS: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Robin, Starman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Robin (next appears in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #1), Wildcat (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #232)), Harlequin (last appearance in SUPERMAN FAMILY #206), Shiera Sanders Hall (Hawkgirl)
Supporting Character: Alfred Beagle (last appearance in WONDER WOMAN #295)
Other Characters: Mort Czarniak, A. J. Carruthers, Charlie
Villains: Brain Wave (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #197), Ultra-Humanite
Comment: This is part nine of the Generations Saga.
Synopsis: Brainwave, Jr. and Star-Spangled Kid encounter the Brain Wave in Limbo, while Starman, Jade, and Obsidian fight Green Lantern in space.

Infinity, Inc. No. 10
January 1985
Cover: Ultra-Humanite with Fury, Silver Scarab, Jade, Northwind, Obsidian, and Nuklon chained to walls, while Atom, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Superman, and Hawkman carve up map of United States //Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "A Dark and Deadly Place" (22 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Penciller: Jerry Ordway
Inker: Al Gordon
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters:  Infinity, Inc. (Brainwave, Jr., Fury, Jade, Huntress, Northwind, Nuklon, Obsidian, Power Girl, Silver Scarab, Star-Spangled Kid)
GS: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Superman, Wonder Woman), Shiera Sanders Hall (Hawkgirl)
Other Character: A. J. Carruthers
Villains: Ultra-Humanite, Brain Wave (dies in this story)
Comment: This is part 10 and the conclusion of the Generations Saga.
Synopsis: The Justice Society and Infinity, Inc. have a showdown in the lair of the Ultra-Humanite.

Infinity, Inc. No. 11
February 1985
Cover: Star-Spangled Kid, Obsidian, Silver Scarab, Northwind, Fury, Nuklon, Jade //Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "Aftermath and Prologue" (24 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Pencillers: Don Newton (pgs. 1-3, 23, 24), George Tuska (pgs. 4-22)
Inkers: Tony DeZuniga (pgs. 1-3, 23, 24), Mike Machlan (pgs. 4-22)
Letterers: John Clark, David Cody Weiss
Colorists: Adrienne Roy, Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters:  Infinity, Inc. (Brainwave, Jr., Fury, Jade, Huntress, Northwind, Nuklon, Obsidian, Power Girl, Silver Scarab, Star-Spangled Kid (also appears in flashback, between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #183 / issue #1))
GS: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Superman (next appears in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #1), Wonder Woman), Shiera Sanders Hall (Hawkgirl), Shining Knight (last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #64; next appears in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #2), Green Arrow (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #102; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5), Stripesy (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #102; next appears in issue #22 / CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5), Speedy, Vigilante (last appearance for both in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #102; last appearance for both; last five all appear in flashback)
Intro: Mikey Dugan (Stripesy's son; only appearance)
Other Character: A. J. Carruthers (last appearance)
Cameo appearances: Crimson Avenger, Umberto and his mother, Nebula-Man (all in flashback)
Villains: Boss Weed, Fredo Capaci, Brunswick, Jake (all in flashback; first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: In the wake of the war against the Ultra-Humanite, the Star-Spangled Kid remembers an encounter which took place only weeks ago, in which he renewed acquaintances with his old partner Stripesy and helped him fight a gang of crooks holding Stripesy's son hostage.

Infinity, Inc. No. 12
March 1985
Cover: Brainwave, Jr. brain-blasting Andrew Vinson and other reporters as Jade, Fury, Silver Scarab, Star-Spangled Kid, Nuklon, and Northwind look on //Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "Press Conference" (23 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Pencillers: Don Newton (pgs. 1-3), Tim Burgard (pgs. 4-23)
Inkers: Joe Rubinstein (pgs. 1-3), Tony DeZuniga (pgs. 4-23)
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorists: Adrienne Roy, Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Infinity, Inc. (Huntress (next appears in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #1), Power Girl (next appears in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #4; both leave Infinity, Inc. and rejoin the Justice Society in this story), Brainwave, Jr. (takes leave of abscence from Infinity, Inc.in this story; next appears in issue #14), Fury, Jade, Northwind, Nuklon, Obsidian, Silver Scarab, Star-Spangled Kid (all next appear in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #1))
GS: Justice Society of America (Al Pratt (Atom), Carter Hall (Hawkman), Wonder Woman (all next appear in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #1), Dr. Charles McNider (Dr. Mid-Nite), Alan Scott (Green Lantern), Ted Knight (Starman; all next appear in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #231)), Shiera Sanders Hall (Hawkgirl; next appears in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #2), Harlequin
Supporting Characters: Andrew Vinson (next appears in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #2), Fred Cantrell, Osoro, Worla (all next appear in issue #23), Terri Rothstein, Julian Hayden, Myrna Hayden, Steve Trevor (next appears in INFINITY, INC. ANNUAL #1), Jim Rice (first appearance), Yolanda Montez (first appearance; last chronological appearance in issue #26 (flashback); next appears in issue #17)
Cameo appearance: Captain Carrot (as a phone)
Intro: Walter, Nelda, Gary Mann, Burt Kimball, Josh Wilson, Phil Brody, Tom Bradley (of Earth-Two; only appearance for all)
Villains: Ultra-Humanite (next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5)
Comments: The members of Infinity, Inc. (except for Power Girl and Huntress) reveal their secret identities (and those of their Justice Society parents) to the world in this story.
 Shortly after this story, Infinity, Inc. aids the Justice Society against Per Degaton in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #1, 2, and 4.
Synopsis: The members of Infinity, Inc. hold a press conference to announce their existence to the world, and the Harlequin crashes the party.

Infinity, Inc. No. 13
April 1985
Cover: Thorn vs. Silver Scarab, Nuklon, Jade, and Fury //Don Newton / Tony DeZuniga
Story: "A Thorn Grows In Paradise" (23 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, writer: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Penciller: Don Newton
Inker: Joe Rubinstein
Letterer: John Clark
Colorists: Adrienne Roy, Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Infinity, Inc. (Fury, Jade, Nuklon, Silver Scarab; last appearance for all in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #4)
Cameo appearances: Solomon Grundy, Medusa, a Cyclops, Prof. Hollis (in flashback)
Villain: The Thorn (last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #72)
Synopsis: Four Infinitors take a vacation on a tropical island, and meet with its only inhabitant--the villainous Thorn.

Infinity, Inc. No. 14
May 1985
Cover: Chroma vs. Silver Scarab, Nuklon, Obsidian, Northwind, Fury, and Jade //Todd McFarlane / Adrian Gonzales
Story: "Concert In the Key of Chroma" (23 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Penciller: Todd McFarlane
Inker: Tony DeZuniga
Letterer: L. Lois Buhalis
Colorists: Anthony Tollin, Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Infinity, Inc. (Northwind, Obsidian (last appearance for both in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #4), Hank King, Jr. (Brainwave, Jr.; next appears in issue #21), Fury, Jade, Nuklon, Silver Scarab)
Supporting Character: Marcie Cooper (first appearance)
Intro: Sharon, Joe and another officer (resemble Laurel and Hardy), the Stone Dead (including Ace; a rock band; only appearance for all)
Villains: Chroma (first appearance), the Cobras, the Panthers (including Rocker; first and only appearance for all), Dr. Rose Cantrell (the Thorn; next appears in issue #16)
Synopsis: At a rock concert at which Infinity, Inc. is providing security, an alien being called Chroma sings a strange song that seems to envision the Earth's birth, life, and death.

Infinity, Inc. No. 15
June 1985
Cover: Obsidian, Jade, Nuklon, Silver Scarab, Chroma, Fury, Northwind, and Star-Spangled Kid //Todd McFarlane / Adrian Gonzales (signed)
Story: "Song Without End, Amen" (23 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Penciller: Todd McFarlane
Inker: Tony DeZuniga
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorists: Anthony Tollin, Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Infinity, Inc. (Star-Spangled Kid (last appearance in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #4), Fury, Jade, Northwind, Nuklon, Obsidian, Silver Scarab)
GA: Hawkman (last appearance in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #4)
Supporting Characters: Terri Rothstein, Marcie Cooper, Chief Bracken (first appearance)
Intro: Rabbi Weisman, Dr. Irving Katzberg (only appearance for all)
Villain: Chroma (last appearance)
Synopsis: Chroma expresses his wish to sing his song to the entire world at once, and is willing to fight Infinity, Inc. to do it.

Infinity, Inc. No. 16
July 1985
Cover: Fury vs. Mr. Bones //Todd McFarlane / Adrian Gonzales
Story: "They Call Him Mr. Bones" (24 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Penciller: Todd McFarlane
Inker: Tony DeZuniga
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: Infinity, Inc. (Fury, Jade, Northwind, Nuklon, Obsidian, Silver Scarab, Star-Spangled Kid)
GS: Ted Grant (Wildcat; last appearance in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #4)
Supporting Characters: Marcie Cooper, Yolanda Montez (between issues #12 / 21)
Intro: Two kangas (one of which dies in this story)
Cameo appearance: Captain Carrot (as a phone)
Villains: Mr. Bones (first appearance), Dr. Rose Cantrell (the Thorn; last appearance in issue #14)
Synopsis: Fury battles and is kidnapped by a skull-faced villain who calls himself Mr. Bones.

Infinity, Inc. No. 17
August 1985
Cover: Penny Dreadful, Mr. Bones, Arak, Tao Jones, Kritter, and Baby Boom with fallen Silver Scarab //Todd McFarlane / Adrian Gonzales (signed)
Story: "Home, Sweet Helix, or, Bad Day Near Bakersfield" (23 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Penciller: Todd McFarlane
Inker: Tony DeZuniga
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: Infinity, Inc. (Fury, Jade, Northwind, Nuklon, Obsidian, Silver Scarab, Star-Spangled Kid)
GA: Ted Grant (Wildcat; next appears in INFINITY, INC. ANNUAL #1)
Intro: Mr. Blodgett (only appearance)
Villains: Helix (Arak Wind-Walker (not to be confused with the Arak introduced in ARAK #1), Kritter, Baby Boom, Tao Jones, Penny Dreadful (first appearance for all), Mr. Bones), the Thorn
Synopsis: Fury finds herself prisoner of Mr. Bones's team, Helix, who wish to ransom her for millions from Carter Hall, but Infinity, Inc. tries to find her and free her.

Infinity, Inc. No. 18
September 1985
Cover: Northwind, Jade, Nuklon, and Obsidian vs. Mr. Bones, Kritter, Baby Boom, Penny Dreadful, Tao Jones, and Arak Wind-Walker on Monopoly board //Todd McFarlane / Adrian Gonzales (signed)
Story: "Helix Goes to Hollywood (More or Less)" (23 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Penciller: Todd McFarlane
Inker: Pablo Marcos
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorists: Adrienne Roy, Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Infinity, Inc. (Fury, Jade, Northwind, Nuklon, Obsidian (next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #1), Silver Scarab, Star-Spangled Kid)
Supporting Character: Chief Bracken (next appears in issue #25)
GA: The Harlequin (next appears in INFINITY, INC. ANNUAL #1), Harbinger (within CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #1)
Intro: Dr. Love (in flashback; last chronological appearance in issue #46 (flashback); dies in this story), two of Helix's mothers (in flashback; only appearance)
Cameo appearances: Superman, Hawkman, Batman, Dr. Fate, Wonder Woman, the Flash (in flashback), Eddie Murphy (as Axel Foley from the BEVERLY HILLS COP movie series)
Villains: Helix (Arak Wind-Walker, Baby Boom, Kritter, Mr. Bones, Penny Dreadful, Tao Jones; all next appear in issue #22), the Thorn (next appears in INFINITY, INC. ANNUAL #1)
Comment: This issue is a Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover.
Synopsis: The Infinitors finally locate Fury and cross swords with Helix, even as Harbinger comes to claim Obsidian for the Monitor.

Infinity, Inc. No. 19
October 1985
Cover: Flash, Wonder Woman, and Dr. Fate watching Commander Steel manipulate puppets of Nuklon, Jade, Northwind, Silver Scarab, Fury, Gypsy, Vibe, Steel, and Vixen //Todd McFarlane / Adrian Gonzales (signed)
Story: "Last Crisis on Earth-Two" (23 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Penciller: Todd McFarlane
Inker: Steve Montana
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorists: Adrienne Roy, Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Infinity, Inc. (Fury, Jade, Northwind, Nuklon, Silver Scarab, Star-Spangled Kid; all next appear in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #244)
GS: Justice Society of America (Dr. Fate, Dr. Charles McNider (Dr. Mid-Nite), Flash, Wonder Woman (last appearance for all in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #4; all next appear in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #244), Hawkman (last appearance in issue #15; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #244), Commander Steel (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #50; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #244), Justice League of America (Elongated Man, J'onn J'onzz, Zatanna, Vibe, Gypsy, Vixen, Steel; all between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #243 / 244)
Supporting Character: Andrew Vinson (last appearance in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #3)
Intro: Mekanique (last chronological appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #?)
Cameo appearances: Hourman, Obsidian, Harbinger, Monitor
Supporting Character: Dr. Beth Chapel (first appearance)
Villains: Commander Steel, Mekanique
Comment: Story continues in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #244.
 This issue is a crossover with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS.
Synopsis: Commander Steel and Mekanique come to Earth-2 to convince Infinity, Inc. to return with them to Earth-One and battle the new Justice League.

Infinity, Inc. No. 20
November 1985
Cover: Monitor (in silhouette), Dr. Mid-Nite, Jade, Nuklon, Dr. Beth Chapel, Starman, Green Lantern, Hourman, and child amidst ruins //Todd McFarlane (signed)
Story: "Crisis On Infinitors' Earth" (23 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Pencillers: Todd McFarlane (pgs. 1-5), Mike Hernandez (pgs. 6-23)
Inker: Steve Montano
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorists: Adrienne Roy, Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Infinity, Inc. (Jade, Northwind (last appearance for both in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #244; both appear isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #4; both next appear in INFINITY, INC. ANNUAL #1), Fury, Nuklon, Northwind, Silver Scarab (last appearance for all in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #244; all next appear in INFINITY, INC. ANNUAL #1))
GS: Justice Society of America (Dr. Mid-Nite (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #244), Green Lantern, Starman (last appearance for both in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #4; both appear isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #4; both next appear in INFINITY, INC. ANNUAL #1), Hourman (last appearance in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #4))
Supporting Characters: Dr. Beth Chapel (loses her sight and chooses her "Dr. Midnight" name in this story), Rick Tyler (son of Hourman; first appearance; last chronological appearance in issue #27 (flashback))
Intro: Nurse Pekin, Mrs. Whitney (only appearance for both)
Comment: Story continues in part from JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #244 and CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #4 and continues in INFINITY, INC. ANNUAL #20.
 This is a CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS crossover.
Synopsis: The Infinitors try to cope with the effects of the Crisis on Infinite Earths on Earth-Two, even as a hospital falls apart around some of their heads and Dr. Beth Chapel is blinded as a result.

Infinity, Inc. Annual No. 1
1985
Cover: Obsidian, Jade, Green Lantern, and the Thorn //Todd McFarlane / Joe Montano
Story: "Green Dreams and Precious Illusions" (41 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Pencillers: Ron Harris (pgs. 1-5, 36-41), Todd McFarlane (pgs. 26-35)
Inkers: Tony DeZuniga, Dick Giordano, Alfredo Alcala, Richard Howell
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorists: Adrienne Roy, Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Infinity, Inc. (Fury, Jade (origin revealed in this story), Nuklon, Northwind,  Silver Scarab, Star-Spangled Kid (all between INFINITY, INC. #20 / 21), Obsidian (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #4; next appears in INFINITY, INC. #21; origin revealed in this story))
GS: Justice Society of America (Atom (last appearance in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #4; next appears in INFINITY, INC. #21), Dr. Fate, Flash, Hawkman, Wonder Woman (last appearance for all in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #244; all next appear in INFINITY, INC. #21), Green Lantern (marries the Harlequin and is confirmed to be Jade's and Obsidian's father in this story; appears between INFINITY, INC. #20 / 21; also appears in flashback, between GREEN LANTERN (2nd series) #40 / 45), Johnny Thunder, Power Girl (last appearance for both in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #4; both next appear in INFINITY, INC #21), Starman (between INFINITY, INC. #20 / 21), Superman (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINTE EARTHS #4; next appears in INFINITY, INC. #21), Wildcat (between INFINITY, INC. #17 / 21), Harlequin (between INFINITY, INC. #18 / 21; marries Green Lantern in this story)
Supporting Characters: Steve Trevor (between INFINITY, INC. #12 / 21), Doiby Dickles, Ramia (last appearance for both in GREEN LANTERN (2nd series) #52; both next appear in INFINTY, INC. #21)
Intro: Jerome and his parents (only appearance for all), Father Philips (next appears in INFINITY, INC. #21)
Cameo appearances: Professor Hollis, Joan Williams, Chroma
Villain: The Thorn (last appearance in INFINITY, INC. #18; dies in this story)
Comment: Story continues between INFINITY, INC. #20 / 21.
 This issue is a CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS crossover.
Synopsis: Green Lantern, the Harlequin, Jade, and Obsidian unite to battle the Thorn and learn the secret of Jade and Obsidian's parentage.

Infinity, Inc.  No. 21
December 1985
Cover: Hourman II, Dr. Midnight, vignettes of Silver Scarab, Nuklon, Jade, Obsidian, Northwind, Flash, Power Girl, and Dr. Fate //Todd McFarlane / Tony DeZuniga
Story: "Shadows At Midnight" (28 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Penciller: Todd McFarlane
Inkers: Steve Montano, Tony DeZuniga
Letterers: David Cody Weiss, Gusto
Colorists: Adrienne Roy, Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Infinity, Inc. (Brainwave, Jr. (last appearance in issue #14), Fury, Jade, Northwind, Nuklon, Obsidian, Silver Scarab, Star-Spangled Kid (last appearance for all in INFINITY, INC. ANNUAL #1)
GS: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Fate, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Hourman, Huntress, Johnny Thunder, Power Girl, Wildcat, Wonder Woman (last appearance for all in INFINITY, INC. ANNUAL #1; all next appear in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / next issue), Dr. Mid-Nite, Starman (last appearance for both in INFINITY, INC. ANNUAL #1), Huntress, Robin (last appearance for both in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #4; both next appear in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5), Sandman (last appearance in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #4; next appears in issue #25)), Shiera Sanders Hall (Hawkgirl; last appearance in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #4; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5), Harlequin (last appearance in INFINTY, INC. ANNUAL #1), Harbinger (within CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5)
Intro and origin: Hourman II (Rick Tyler), Dr. Midnight (Dr. Beth Chapel)
Supporting Characters: Steve Trevor (last appearance in INFINITY, INC. ANNUAL; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #12 / issue #25), Joan Garrick (last appearance in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #2; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #11), Inza Nelson (last appearance in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #3), Wendy Tyler (last appearance in SHOWCASE #56; last appearance), Doiby Dickles, Ramia (last appearance for both in INFINITY, INC. ANNUAL #1; last appearance for both), Yolanda Montez (last appearance in issue #16; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / ALL-STAR SQUADRON #53), Reverend and Mrs. Chapel, John Chapel (first appearance for all)
Intro: The Montego Bay Orchestra (including Jack), Cleman Lafayette Slinkard III (only appearance for all)
Other Character: Father Philips (last appearance in INFINITY, INC. ANNUAL #1; last appearance)
Cameo appearance: Anti-Monitor
Villains: Sam, Billy-Bob (first and only appearance for both), Shadow-demons (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #4; next appear in WONDER WOMAN #328)
Comments: Story continues from INFINITY, INC. ANNUAL #1 and continues in part in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5, with the main story continuing in next issue.
 This is a CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS crossover.
Synopsis: After the wedding of Green Lantern and the Harlequin, Harbinger appears to take the JSA and Infinity, Inc. to the Monitor's satellite.  Rick Tyler, left behind, becomes the second Hourman to check on Beth Chapel, who has lost her sight in daytime but, like Dr. Mid-Nite, can see in darkness.  After she and Hourman II are attacked by the Anti-Monitor's shadow-demons, she creates a costume and calls herself "Dr. Midnight".  The Chapel family home is struck by a cannonball, so Dr. Midnight and Hourman II rush outside to investigate.

Infinity, Inc. No. 22
January 1986
Cover: Dinosaur menacing Hourman II and Dr. Midnight; vignettes of Nuklon, Fury, and Obsidian //Todd McFarlane / Tony DeZuniga (signed)
Story: "Uncivil Wars" (26 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Pencillers: Mike Clark (pgs. 1-13), Todd McFarlane (pgs. 14-26)
Inker: Tony DeZuniga
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: Infinity, Inc. (Brainwave, Jr., Fury, Jade, Northwind, Obsidian, Silver Scarab, Star-Spangled Kid; all appear isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5)
GS: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Fate, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder, Power Girl, Wildcat, Wonder Woman; all appear isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 and ALL-STAR SQUADRON #53), Justice League of America (Batman (last appearance in SAGA OF THE SWAMP THING #44; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #7), Elongated Man (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #244; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA ANNUAL #3), Green Lantern (John Stewart; last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #3 / GREEN LANTERN (2nd series) #195; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #7),  Hawkman (between CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #4 / 9; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5), Hawkwoman (between CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #4 / 10; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5), J'onn J'onzz (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #144; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #6), Superman (last appearance in DC COMICS PRESENTS #86; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; next appears in SUPERMAN #410), Wonder Woman (between CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #4 / 6; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5) (all of Earth-1)), Nightwing, Wonder Girl (both between pgs. 19 / 22 of NEW TEEN TITANS (2nd series) #13; both appear isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5), Starfire (last appearance in NEW TEEN TITANS (2nd series) #13, pg. 9; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #6), Legion of Super-Heroes (Sun Boy (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #3; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; next appears in LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES (3rd series) #13), Ultra Boy (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #4; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; next appears in LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES (3rd series) #13), Supergirl, Bouncing Boy (between LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES (3rd series) #12 / 14; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5), Lightning Lass (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #3; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; next appears in LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES (3rd series) #14)), Hawkgirl (appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5), Creeper (last appearance in BLUE DEVIL ANNUAL #1; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; next appears in DC COMICS PRESENTS #88), Firehair (last appearance in SHOWCASE #100; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #7), Halo (last appearance in NEW TEEN TITANS (2nd series) #13, pg. 19; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #9), Metamorpho (last appearance in NEW TEEN TITANS (2nd series) #13, pg. 19; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #7), Batgirl (between CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #4 / 7; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5), Black Orchid (last seen in BLUE DEVIL ANNUAL #1; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #12), Firebrand II (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #4; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #54), Prof Haley, Rocky Davis (last appearance for both in DC COMICS PRESENTS #84; both appear isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; both next appear in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #8), Harlequin (appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5), J'emm (last appearance in J'EMM, SON OF SATURN #12; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #10), Plastic Man (between DC COMICS PRESENTS #39 / 93; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5),  Jonni Thunder (last appearance in JONNI THUNDER #4; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5), Ragman, Stripesy (last appearance in issue #11; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5), Mercury (last appearance in DC COMICS PRESENTS #70; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #9), Johnny Quick (isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / ALL-STAR SQUADRON #53), Alex Luthor, Pariah, Harbinger (all three appear isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 and between CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #4 /6), Hourman II, Dr. Midnight (both next appear in issue #25)
Villains: Plasmus (last appearance in NEW TEEN TITANS #31; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #9), Solomon Grundy (last appearance in issue #4; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5), Deathbolt (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #53), Mist (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #9), Cheetah (last appearance in WONDER WOMAN #196; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #10), Helix (Arak Wind-Walker, Baby Boom, Kritter, Mr. Bones, Penny Dreadful, Tao Jones; all between issues #18 / 24), Captain Smith and other Union soldiers (one of whom dies in this story; first and only appearance for all)
Comment: This story crosses over with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5, ALL-STAR SQUADRON #53, and SWAMP THING (2nd series) #46.
 This, as might be expected, is a CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS crossover.
Synopsis: The Infinitors, the JSA, and other heroes hear the message of Harbinger and her friends about the war against the Anti-Monitor in the Monitor's satellite, while Dr. Midnight and Hourman fight time-lost Union troops from the Civil War.

All-Star Squadron No. 23
February 1986
Cover: Northwind, Brainwave, Jr., and Jade vs. Solomon Grundy //Todd McFarlane / Tony DeZuniga
Story: "Feithera By Stormlight" (28 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Pencillers: Todd McFarlane (pgs. 1-5), Mike Harris (pgs. 6-28)
Inkers: Steve Montano, Tony DeZuniga
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: Infinity, Inc. (Brainwave, Jr., Jade (next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #7), Northwind, Star-Spangled Kid)
GS: Atom, Wildcat II (Yolanda Montez; both appear between CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #6 / 9; both appear isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #7), Liberty Belle (between ALL-STAR SQUADRON #53 / 57; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #7), Green Arrow (between CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / 10; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #7), Stripesy (next appears in issue #28), Dr. Mid-Nite (next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #9), Jonni Thunder
Supporting Characters: Fred Cantrell, Osoro, Worla (last appearance for both in issue #12), Osoro (between issues #12 / 26)
Cameo appearances: Brain Wave, Merry Pemberton, Ultra-Humanite, Hawkman
Villains: Knodar (last appearance in GREEN LANTERN (1st series) #30), Solomon Grundy (between CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / 9)
Comment: This is a CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS crossover and takes place isochronally (in part) with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #7.
Synopsis: Jade, Brainwave, Jr., and Northwind try to trick Solomon Grundy into saving Feitheira from an advancing glacier.

Infinity, Inc. No. 24
March 1985
Cover: Knodar restraining Star-Spangled Kid and Jonni Thunder //Denys Cowan / Dick Giordano (signed)
Story: "Back From the Future" (28 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Pencillers: Todd McFarlane (pgs. 1-5), Ron Harris (pgs. 6-29)
Inkers: Tony DeZuniga (pgs. 1-5), Dick Giordano, Leonard Starr (pgs. 6-28)
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: Infinity, Inc. (Fury, Nuklon, Northwind, Obsidian, Silver Scarab (all next appear in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #9), Star-Spangled Kid (next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #7), Brainwave, Jr.)
GS: Power Girl, Huntress (both appear isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #7; both next appear in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #9), Jonni Thunder (next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #11), Harlequin (next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #9)
Cameo appearances: Monitor, Anti-Monitor, Steel, Robotman, Green Lantern
Villains: Knodar (last appearance), Helix (Arak Wind-Walker,, Mr. Bones, Penny Dreadful, Tao Jones (all between issues #22 / 26), Baby Boom, Kritter (both between issues #22 / 28), the Boss (first appearance; dies in this story) and his gang (including Manny and Bill; first and only appearance for all)
Comments: This is a CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS crossover.
 Shortly after this story, Infinity, Inc. helps the heroes of the Multiverse fight the Anti-Monitor in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #7-12.
Synopsis: Star-Spangled Kid and Jonni Thunder battle Knodar, a criminal from the future, and a gang of crooks transplanted from 1935.

Infinity, Inc. No. 25
April 1986
Cover: Dr. Midnight, Wildcat II, Hourman II, Nuklon, Star-Spangled Kid, Fury, Obsidian, Jade, and Northwind //Todd McFarlane / Dick Giordano (signed)
Story: "Business As Usual" (28 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Penciller: Todd McFarlane
Inker: Tony DeZuniga
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: Infinity, Inc. (Dr. Midnight, Hourman II (last appearance for both in issue #22; both join Infinity, Inc. in this story), Fury, Jade, Star-Spangled Kid (last appearance for all in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #12), Northwind (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #9), Nuklon, Silver Scarab (last appearance for both in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #10), Obsidian (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #11), Brainwave, Jr.)
GS: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite, Hourman (last appearance for all in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #10), Dr. Fate (last appearance in AMETHYST #13), Flash, Green Lantern, Johnny Thunder, Power Girl, Starman (last appearance for both in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #12), Sandman (last appearance in issue #21), Wildcat (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #6), Wonder Woman (in flashback; isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #12; last appearance)), Harlequin (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #12), Wildcat II (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #12; next appears in issue #29)
Supporting Characters: Steve Trevor (in flashback; last appearance in issue #21; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #12; last appearance), Chief Bracken (last appearance in issue #18)
Cameo appearances: Hawkman, Vixen, Vibe, Gypsy, Steel, Elongated Man, Zatanna, J'onn J'onzz, Black Lightning, Metamorpho, Halo, Geo-Force, Katana, Looker, Wonder Girl, Cyborg, Nightwing, Starfire, Changeling, Jericho
Intro: Gertie, Morrie (only appearance for both)
Villain: Carcharo (first appearance)
Comment: Story continues from CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #12.
Synopsis: With the Crisis on Infinite Earths over, Infinity, Inc. declines the JSA's offer to join them, and investigates a rash of shark attacks in San Pedro which are the work of one villain, Carcharo.

Infinity, Inc. No. 26
May 1986
Cover: Carcharo vs. Wildcat II, Jade, Nightwind, Silver Scarab, and Obsidian //Todd McFarlane (signed)
Story: "Come Helix and High Water" (28 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, writer: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Penciller: Todd McFarlane
Inker: Tony DeZuniga
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: Infinity, Inc. (Brainwave, Jr., Fury, Hourman II, Jade, Northwind, Nuklon, Silver Scarab, Star-Spangled Kid))
GS: Alan Scott (Green Lantern), Molly Mayne (the Harlequin), Wildcat II (also appears in flashback, her earliest chronological appearance, preceding her  introduction in issue #12; origin revealed in this story)
GA: Hawkman, Shiera Sanders Hall (Hawkgirl; last appearance for both in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #10)
Supporting Characters: Osoro (last appearance in issue #23), Maria Montez (Wildcat II's mother; first appearance; in flashback; next appears in isssue #30)
Other Character: Dr. Love (in flashback; first chronological appearance; next chronological appearance in issue #18)
Intro: Carcharo's mother (in flashback; dies in this story)
Cameo appearances: Brain Wave, Kritter
Villains: Carcharo (also appears in flashback, his earliest chronological appearance, preceding his introduction in last issue; origin revealed in this story; next appears in issue #28), Rema, Mora (the Remoras; first appearance for both; both next appear in issue #28), Helix (Arak Wind-Walker, Mr. Bones, Penny Dreadful, Tao Jones; last appearance for all in issue #24)
Synopsis: Wildcat is kidnapped, and Infinity, Inc. must face both Carcharo and Helix to free her.

Infinity, Inc. No. 27
June 1986
Cover: Brainwave, Jr. brainwashing Fury; vignettes of Steve Trevor, Wonder Woman, and young Lyta Trevor //Todd McFarlane / Tony DeZuniga (signed)
Story: "Memories" (28 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Penciller: Todd McFarlane
Inker: Tony DeZuniga
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: Infinity, Inc. (Fury (also appears in flashback as Lyta Trevor, her first chronological appearance, preceding her introduction in WONDER WOMAN #300), Northwind, Nuklon (also appears as young Albert Rothstein in flashback, preceding his introduction in issue #1), Brainwave, Jr., Rick Tyler (Hourman II; in flashback; his earliest chronological appearance, preceding his introduction in issue #20),  Hector Hall (Silver Scarab; in flashback; his earliest chronological appearance, preceding his introduction in issue #1), Star-Spangled Kid (also appears with the Justice Society in flashback, between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #166 / 159))
GS: Justice Society of America (Atom (last chronological appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #166 (flashback); next chronological appearance in ADVENTURE COMICS #466), Dr. Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern (all chronologically between  JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #166 (flashback) / 159), Hawkman (last chronological appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #74; next chronological appearance in ADVENTURE COMICS #465), Power Girl (last chronological appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #74; next chronological appearance in ADVENTURE COMICS #461), Wildcat (last chronological appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #73; next chronological appearance in ADVENTURE COMICS #461), Starman (last chronological appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #74; next chronological appearance in ADVENTURE COMICS #462), Wonder Woman (last chronological appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #74; next chronological  appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #159)), Hawkgirl (last chronological appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #72; next chronological appearance in issue #3; all in flashback), Wildcat II
Supporting Characters: Joan Garrick (in flashback; last chronological appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #73; next chronological appearance in THE FLASH #305)
Synopsis: Fury, still mourning the loss of her parents, remembers a time in which she spent an afternoon with young Al Rothstein, Rick Tyler, and Hector Hall when she was a girl.

Infinity, Inc. No. 28
July 1986
Cover: Mr. Bones vs. Jade, Fury, Star-Spangled Kid, Nuklon, and Brainwave, Jr. //
Story: "Mr. Bones Gonna Rise Again" (28 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Penciller: Todd McFarlane
Inker: Tony DeZuniga
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: Infinity, Inc. (Brainwave, Jr., Beth Chapel (Dr. Midnight; next appears in issue #30), Fury (next appears in LAST DAYS OF THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #1), Rick Tyler (Hourman II), Jade, Obsidian, Northwind, Nuklon, Hector Hall (Silver Scarab), Star-Spangled Kid)
GS: Stripesy (last appearance in issue #23), Wildcat II
Cameo appearance: Brain Wave
Villains: Helix (Arak Wind-Walker, Mr. Bones, Penny Dreadful, Tao Jones (last appearance for all in issue #26), Baby Boom (changes name to Babe in this story), Kritter (last appearance of both in issue #24)), Carcharo, Rema, Mora (last appearance for all in issue #26)
Synopsis: Helix and Carcharo try to free Mr. Bones from captivity.

Infinity, Inc. No. 29
August 1986
Cover: Wildcat II and Mr. Bones vs. Carcharo; vignettes of Nuklon, Jade, Silver Scarab, Brainwave, Jr., Babe, Penny Dreadful, Arak Wind-Walker, and Tao Jones //Todd McFarlane / Tony DeZuniga
Story: "Situation Terminal" (28 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Penciller: Todd McFarlane
Inker: Tony DeZuniga
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: Infinity, Inc. (Brainwave, Jr., Jade, Nuklon, Obsidian, Silver Scarab, Star-Spangled Kid (all next appear in LAST DAYS OF THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #1), Hourman II)
GS: Wildcat (last appearance in issue #25; next appears in LAST DAYS OF THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #1), Wildcat II
Cameo appearance: Brain Wave
Villains: Carcharo (dies in this story), Helix (Arak Wind-Walker, Babe, Mr. Bones (loses a leg in this story), Kritter, Penny Dreadful, Tao Jones), Rema, Mora (last appearance for both)
Comment: Shortly after this story Infinity, Inc. is present during the Justice Society's departure from Earth in LAST DAYS OF THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #1.
Synopsis: Infinity, Inc. and Helix have a last battle against Carcharo and each other.

Infinity, Inc. No. 30
September 1986
Cover: Faces of Green Lantern, Flash, Wildcat, Hawkman, Hawkgirl, Dr. Mid-Nite, Atom, and Hourman on memorial //Todd McFarlane / Tony DeZuniga
Story: "What Private Griefs" (27 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Penciller: Todd McFarlane
Inker: Tony DeZuniga
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: Infinity, Inc. (Brainwave, Jr., Fury, Jade, Nuklon, Obsidian, Silver Scarab, Star-Spangled Kid (last appearance for all in LAST DAYS OF THE JUSTICE SOCIETY SPECIAL #1; last appearance for all; New Earth versions first appears in next issue), Beth Chapel (Dr. Midnight; last appearance in issue #28; last appearance; New Earth Dr. Midnight first appears in next issue), Rick Tyler (Hourman II; last appearance; New Earth Hourman II first appears in next issue)
GS: Dr. Fate (last appearance in LAST DAYS OF THE JUSTICE SOCIETY SPECIAL #1; last appearance; New Earth Dr. Fate first appears in LEGENDS #4), Power Girl (last appearance in LAST DAYS OF THE JUSTICE SOCIETY SPECIAL #1; last appearance; New Earth Power Girl first appears in SECRET ORIGINS #11), Molly Mayne (the Harlequin; last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #12; last appearance), Yolanda Montez (Wildcat II; last appearance; New Earth Wildcat II first appears in next issue)
Supporting Characters: Juan Montez, Jose Montez (first and only appearance for both; Wildcat II's father and brother), Maria Montez (last appearance in issue #26; last appearance)
Cameo appearances: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Hourman,  Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Sandman, Sandy, Spectre, Superman, Wildcat), Hawkgirl, Sandy, Adolf Hitler, Surtur, Captain Carrot
Villain: Big Al (first and only appearance)
Comment: It is difficult to assign an Old Earth / New Earth designation to the members of Infinity, Inc., as there is no clear break in their adventures before and after the effects of the Crisis takes place. We have assigned the break to this issue, since it is the one after which the LAST DAYS OF THE JUSTICE SOCIETY SPECIAL first occurs.
Synopsis: The Infinitors learn from Dr. Fate of the Justice Society's removal from the mortal plane, and must deal with their grief and inform the JSA's friends and family of their departure.

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