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Justice Society of America

DC Special No. 29
August-September 1977
Cover: Batman, Hawkman, Green Lantern, Superman, Spectre, Dr. Fate, Hourman, Flash, and Atom vs. Valkyries and Adolf Hitler (with Spear of Destiny) //Neal Adams (signed)
Story: "The Untold Origin of the Justice Society"
 Prologue (3 pages)
 Chapter 1: "Gotham City, U.S.A."  (2 pages)
 Chapter 2: "Glasgow, Scotland" (3 pages)
 Interlude: "Salem, Massachusets" (1 page)
 Chapter 3: "Berlin, Germany" (6 pages)
 Chapter 4: "America" (2 pages)
 Chapter 5: "Dover, England--Invasion" (3 pages)
 Chapter 6: "Berlin, Germany" (2 pages)
 Chapter 7: "The English Channel" (12 pages)
Editor: Joe Orlando
Writer: Paul Levitz
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bob Layton
Letterer: Bill Morse
Colorist: Anthony Tollin
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (first chronological appearance and origin of team; Atom, Green Lantern (last chronological appearance for both in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #22; both next chronologically appear in ALL-STAR COMICS #3), Batman (chronologically between DETECTIVE COMICS #47 / 48), Dr. Fate, the Spectre (last chronological appearance for both in MORE FUN COMICS #63; both next appear in ALL-STAR COMICS #3), the Flash, Hawkman (last chronological appearance for both in FLASH COMICS #12; both next appear in ALL-STAR COMICS #3), Hourman, Sandman (last chronological appearance for both in ADVENTURE COMICS #58; both next appear in ALL-STAR COMICS #3), Superman (chronologically between ACTION COMICS #32 / 33)
Supporting Characters: President Franklin Delano Roosevelt (of Earth-Two; last chronological appearance in flashback in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #65; next chronological appearance in flashback in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #3), Commissioner Gordon (of Earth-Two; chronologically between DETECTIVE COMICS #47 / 48), Sir William Stephenson (of Earth-Two; called by his code name "Intrepid" in this story; first appearance; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #36)
Intro: Agent Digby (only appearance)
Cameo appearances: Power Girl, Star-Spangled Kid, Mr. Terrific, Dr. Mid-Nite, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Red Tornado I, Red Tornado II, Wonder Woman, Black Canary, Starman, Wildcat, Robin
Villains: Adolf Hitler (of Earth-Two; last chronological appearance in WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #246 (flashback) / ALL-STAR SQUADRON #9; next chronological appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #44), Helmut Streicher (first chronological appearance; next chronological appearance, as the Red Panzer, in WONDER WOMAN #228), Prof. Stauffen (first and only appearance), Admiral Wilhelm Von Krupp (first appearance; dies in this story), the Valkyries (first chronological appearance; next appear in DC SPECIAL SERIES #9), the Nazis
Comment: This story takes place in November, 1940, as revealed in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #1.
Synopsis: To help thwart the invasion of Britain by Nazi Germany in 1940, President Roosevelt supplies Sir William Stephenson of British Intelligence with the services of Batman, Flash, and Green Lantern, who are later joined by the Atom, Green Lantern, Dr. Fate, the Spectre, Hawkman, Hourman, the Sandman, and Superman, all banded together against the Nazis and their Valkyrie allies.

All-Star Comics No. 3
Winter 1940
Cover: Atom, Sandman, Spectre, Flash, Hawkman, Dr. Fate, Green Lantern, and Hourman at meeting table //Everett E. Hibbard
Story: "The First Meeting of the Justice Society of America" (60 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Gardner Fox
Artists: Everett E. Hibbard (pgs. 1-11, 52, 60)
 Sheldon Moldoff (pgs. 12-18)
 Bernard Baily (pgs. 19-30)
 Sheldon Mayer (pg. 31, pg. 37 panel 7, pg. 44)
 Creig Flessel (pgs. 32-36, pg. 37 panels 1-6)
 Howard Sherman (pgs. 38-43)
 Ben Flinton (pgs. 46-51)
 Martin Nodell (pgs. 53-59)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (first team appearance; Atom, Dr. Fate, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Hourman, Sandman, and Spectre (last chronological appearance for all in DC SPECIAL #29), Red Tornado I (between ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #22 / 23; only makes a guest appearance in this story, but is counted as a member in later tallies))
GS: Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt (last appearance for both in FLASH COMICS #13)
Supporting Characters: Joan Williams (between FLASH COMICS #13 / 14), Shiera Sanders (last appearance in FLASH COMICS #13), Mr. Bannermain (between ADVENTURE COMICS #58 / 65), Dian Belmont (between ADVENTURE COMICS #58 / 59), Inza Cramer (between MORE FUN COMICS #63 / 64), Daisy Darling (last appearance in FLASH COMICS #13; text appearance only), Mary James (between ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #22 / 23), Irene Miller (last appearance in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #22), Cliffland's chief of police (between MORE FUN COMICS #63 / 64; all in flashback)
Intro: Tim Rogers, Mary Rogers, Regina, Commissioner Mason, Mike, Paul Pryer (all in flashback; only appearance for all)
Villains: Burly Billy and the crew of the Nancy K, Durant and the Hourman Gang (including Bill), Faversham, phantom soldiers, the Three Witches of Endor, Edgar Edwell, Jr. and his hirelings, The Boss and his gang, Commissioner Lacy, Ape, and other members of his gang (all in flashback; first and only appearance for all), Mazda the Great and his Fire Ghosts, a wizard (all in flashback; first appearance for all; all die in this story), Oom (first appearance; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #51)
Comments: This story continues in the next issue and takes place on November 22, 1940, as revealed in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #1.
 This is the first Justice Society of America story.
Synopsis: Johnny Thunder (and, briefly, the Red Tornado) crash the first meeting of the Justice Society, at which each member tells the story of the case he was most recently involved in.

All-Star Comics No. 4
March-April 1941
Cover: Hawkman, Green Lantern, Dr. Fate, Spectre, Flash, Hourman, and Atom at Washington, D. C. //Everett E. Hibbard
Story: "For America and Democracy" (58 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Gardner Fox
Artists: Everett E. Hibbard (pgs. 1-10, 55-58), Martin Nodell (pgs. 11-17), Bernard Baily (pgs. 18-30), Howard Sherman (pgs. 31-36), Creig Flessel (pgs. 37-42), Sheldon Moldoff (pgs. 43-50), Ben Flinton (pgs. 51-55)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Fate, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Hourman, Sandman, and Spectre)
GS: Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt
Supporting Characters: Irene Miller (next appears in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #23), Shiera Sanders (next appears in FLASH COMICS #14), Mr. Blake (between ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #20 / 23)
Intro: J. Edgar Hoover (of Earth-Two; next appears, as "G. Henry Mover", in BATMAN #8), Bill and his sister, Mr. Ryan, editor of El Paso Patriot (only appearance for all)
Villains: Fritz Klaver and the Grey Shirts, the Baron, Dorgoff, Panzer, Carl, Joe McInzo, Dagger Dan Donelli (first and only appearance for all), Hans, Captain Erdner, Masters (first appearance for all; all die in this story), Vampire Globes (first appearance; all destroyed in this story)
Synopsis: At the request of J. Edgar Hoover, the members of the Justice Society move against fifth columnists seeking to destroy America from within on behalf of the Axis powers.

Text story: "A Fortune Teller's Fortune" (3 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Evelyn Gaines?
Illustrator: Sheldon Mayer?
Feature Character: Johnny Thunder (next appears in FLASH COMICS #14)
Supporting Character: Daisy Darling (next appears in FLASH COMICS #14)
Villain: Mogi the Magnificent (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: Johnny Thunder encounters Mogi, a phony fortune teller, and manages to bring him to justice after the villain steals a necklace from a hypnotized Daisy Darling.

All-Star Squadron No. 67
March 1987
Cover: Hawkman, Spectre, Dr. Fate, Green Lantern, Atom, Flash, Hourman, and Sandman at Washington, D.C. //Arvell Jones / Tony DeZuniga
Story: "The First Case of the Justice Society of America" (22 pages)
Editor, writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Arvell Jones
Inker: Tony DeZuniga
Letterer: John Clark
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Green Lantern (last chronological appearance for both in ALL-STAR COMICS #3; appear isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #4; next chronological appearance for both in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #23), Dr. Fate, the Spectre (last chronological appearance for both in ALL-STAR COMICS #3; appear isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #4; next chronological appearance for both in MORE FUN COMICS #64), Flash, Hawkman (last chronological appearance for both in ALL-STAR COMICS #3; appear isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #4; next chronological appearance for both in FLASH COMICS #14), Hourman, Sandman (last chronological appearance for both in ALL-STAR COMICS #3; appear isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #4; next chronological appearance for both in ADVENTURE COMICS #59))
Supporting Characters: Irene Miller (last chronological appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #3; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #4; next chronological appearance in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #23), Shiera Sanders (last chronological appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #3; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #4; next chronological appearance in FLASH COMICS #14)
Other Characters:  J. Edgar Hoover (of Earth-Two; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #4; next chronological appearance, as "G. Henry Mover", in BATMAN #8), Krapek (appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #4; dies in this story), Mr. Ryan (appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #4; last appearance)
Villains: Fritz Klaver, the Grey Shirts, the Baron, Dorgoff, Panzer, Carl, Joe McInzo, Dagger Don Donelli (all appear isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #4; last appearance for all), Hans, Captain Erdner, Masters (all appear isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #4; all die in this story)
Comments: This is the last issue of ALL-STAR SQUADRON.
 This story is adapted from ALL-STAR COMICS #4, and probably takes place in November, 1940.
Synopsis:  Synopsis: At the request of J. Edgar Hoover, the members of the Justice Society move against fifth columnists seeking to destroy America from within on behalf of the Axis powers.
 

All-Star Comics No. 5
June-July 1941
Cover: Spectre, Johnny Thunder, Green Lantern, and Flash vs. Mr. X and another crook //Howard Purcell
Story: [untitled] (57 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Gardner Fox
Artists: Howard Purcell (pgs. 1-3, 56-57), Hal Sharp (pgs. 4-10), Creig Flessel (pgs. 11-16), Sheldon Moldoff (pgs. 17-23), Howard Sherman (pgs. 24-29), Bernard Baily (pgs. 30-35, 42-48), Ben Flinton (pgs. 36-41), Irwin Hasen (pgs. 49-55)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Fate, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Hourman, Sandman, and Spectre)
Intro: Hawkgirl (Shiera Sanders; first costumed appearance; between FLASH COMICS #18 / 19)
Supporting Characters: Dian Belmont (between ADVENTURE COMICS #63 / 64), Inza Cramer (between MORE FUN COMICS #68 / 69)
Intro: Johnny, Clancy, Enrico and his wife, Pete, mayor of Gotham City (only appearance for all)
Villains: Mr. X, Muscles, Slug, Crusher, Smasher, Flame Farmer and his Arsonists, Gentle and the Kidnappers Union, Masie, Wing Norris and his gang, Magico and the Magicians, Vera Rose Cooper, Monkey Macy, Joe, Tony, Patsy, Baretti and his gang, the Professor and his gang (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: Mister X, the mysterious mastermind of a large American crime syndicate, sends the various gangs at his command in an aggressive operation against the individual Justice Society members.

Text story: "Johnny On the Spot" (2 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Evelyn M. Gaines?
Illustrator: Sheldon Mayer?
Feature Character: Johnny Thunder (between FLASH COMICS #17 / 18)
Supporting Characters: Herman Darling (last appearance in FLASH COMICS #17; next appears in issue #8), Daisy Darling (betweeen FLASH COMICS #17 / 18)
Villains: Joe Butcher, Small Change (first and only appearance for both)
Synopsis: Johnny Thunder saves Herman and Daisy Darling from two thugs demanding kickbacks on a city purchase of snow shovels.

All-Star Comics No. 6
August-September 1941
Cover: Hawkman, Green Lantern, Dr. Fate, Flash, Atom, Hourman, Spectre, Sandman, Thunderbolt, and Johnny Thunder //Everett E. Hibbard
Story: "The Justice Society of America Initiates Johnny Thunder" (58 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Gardner Fox
Artists: Everett E. Hibbard (pgs. 1-3, 8-13, 57), Stanley Asch (pgs. 4-7, 14-20, 33, 45, 58), Cliff Young (pgs. 21-26), Ben Flinton (pgs. 34-38), Irwin Hasen (pgs. 45-50), Sheldon Moldoff (pgs. 51-56)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Fate, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Hourman, Sandman, Spectre, Flash (becomes an honorary member in this story), Johnny Thunder (joins the Justice Society in this story) and his Thunderbolt)
Intro: Killer McPanzee, Mr. Major, Karl Esso, Bob Randall, Jean Matthews (only appearance for all)
Villains: Easy Eddy Edwards and his gang, Gus, an engraver, Wade, the Gorilla Gang, Joe, Fruity Leman and his gang, the Kidnappers Klub, Inc., assorted gangsters (first and only appearance for all), headless zombies and their creator (first appearance for all; all die in this story)
Comments: Story title taken from the cover of this issue.
 The splash page of this issue features the famous "scroll format" (a scroll signed by all the active members) used in later Justice Society and Justice League stories.
Synopsis: With the Flash becoming an inactive JSA member to devote more time to his solo cases, Johnny Thunder crashes his going-away party and petitions to be allowed to join.  The other members concoct their version of a snipe hunt, in which Johnny is to apprehend "Killer" McPanzee, ostensibly a dangerous criminal but in reality a rather timid old coot.

All-Star Comics No. 7
October-November 1941
Cover: Spectre, Hourman, Johnny Thunder, Sandman, Dr. Fate, Hawkman, Atom, and Green Lantern with two war orphans; vignettes of Superman, Batman, and Flash //Everett E. Hibbard
Story: "The Justice Society of America Raises $1,000,000 For War Orphans" (58 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Gardner Fox
Artists: Everett E. Hibbard (pgs. 1-3, 56-58), Martin Nodell (pgs. 4-11), Bernard Baily (pgs. 12-17, 43-48), Ben Flinton (pgs. 18-23), Stanley Asch (pgs. 24-29, 49-55), Sheldon Moldoff (pgs. 30-36), Cliff Young (pgs. 37-42)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Fate, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Sandman, Spectre, Flash (as honorary member), Green Lantern (becomes an honorary member in this story), Hourman (all next chronologically appear in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #3 (flashback)), Batman (as honorary member; first appearance as a Justice Society member; last appearance in WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #3; next chronological appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #3 (flashback)), Superman (as honorary member; first appearance as a Justice Society member; next chronological appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #3 (flashback)))
Supporting Characters: Inza Cramer (last appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #71; next chronological appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #23), Dian Belmont (last appearance in WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #3; next appears in ADVENTURE COMICS #68), Shiera Sanders (last seen in FLASH COMICS #21; next chronological appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #3 (flashback), as Hawkgirl), Doiby Dickles (between ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #31 / 32)
Intro: Felix Doon, Mathew Doon, Swami Ikthak, the Munitions Workers' Union, dean of Calvin College, Joe, Will Harring, Arthur Wonders (only appearance for all)
Villains:   Tommy and his gang, Killer Kratzer and his manager, bank robbers, a spy, Yager and another gambler, Birdy and his gang, Kogg and his gang, Sharpie Slocum, Mu King, Roughhouse Rogan and his gang, Killer Blane, Tony, the General and Pedro, Hotfist Gilhooley, Joey, a Sandman imposter, an Atom impostor (first and only appearance for all), a thief (first appearance; dies in this story)
Comments: Story title taken from the cover of this issue.
 Shortly after this story, the Justice Society battles Ian Karkull and his minions in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #3 (flashback).
Synopsis: At the behest of the conscience-stricken Green Lantern, the Justice Society pledge themselves to raise a million dollars for children orphaned by World War II.  Johnny Thunder himself pledges to raise $300,000, but has no idea how he will do it.
 

All-Star Comics No. 8
December 1941 / January 1942
Cover: Hawkman, Dr. Fate, Sandman, Spectre, and Johnny Thunder watching Dr. Mid-Nite, Hooty, and Starman in crystal ball //Everett E. Hibbard
Story: "Two New Members Win Their Spurs" (56 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Gardner Fox
Artists: Everett E. Hibbard (pgs. 1-2, 10, 55-56), Stanley Asch (pgs. 3-9, 11-16, 49-54), Ben Flinton (pgs. 17-22), Cliff Young (pgs. 23-28), Jack Burnley (pgs. 29-34), Sheldon Moldoff (pgs. 35-42), Bernard Baily (pgs. 43-48)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Fate, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Sandman, Spectre, Dr. Mid-Nite, Starman (last two join the Justice Society in this story))
GS: Hawkgirl (between FLASH COMICS #24 / 25)
Supporting Characters: Myra Mason, Hooty (both between ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #33 / 34), Inza Cramer (between MORE FUN COMICS #72 / 75), Dian Belmont (last appearance in ADVENTURE COMICS #68; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #18 (flashback)), Doris Lee (between ADVENTURE COMICS #69 / 70), Daisy Darling (last appearance in WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #3), Herman Darling (last appearance in FLASH COMICS #17; last appearance)
Intro: John Graw, Bill Ford, Marge Ford (also called Bill and Marge Benson in this story), Mr. Corson, Kenneth Spring, Billy, B. Jamieson Baker, Preston Nevel, Louie Scaloni, Oscar K. Doodle (only appearance for all)
Cameo appearances: Superman, Batman, Flash, Green Lantern (in vignettes on page 1)
Villains: Professor Elba (aka Professor Able), Watkins, Hunt, Boss Williams (first appearnce for all; all die in this story), a lawyer, a political boss, Goopy Gus Gluck and his Gang, Hartford Dormley, Sam Brent, Butch, Lefty Lou, the Trigger, a photographer, O'Hoolihy and his gang, Whitey Wolf, "Alabama", a butler, Boss Williams's gang (first and only appearance for all)
Comments: Story title taken from cover of this issue.
 Doctor Fate begins wearing his half-helmet in this story.
 Story continues in part from ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #3 (flashback).
 As revealed in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #19, Prof. Elba is actually employed by the Brain Wave in this story.
 This issue also contains the first Wonder Woman story.
Synopsis: The Justice Society, in their individual cases, are stymied when important witnesses seemingly go insane with a strong fear of light.

All-Star Comics No. 9
February-March 1942
Cover: Hawkman, Sandman, Dr. Mid-Nite, Johnny Thunder, Dr. Fate, Starman, Atom, and Spectre with world globe  //Everett E. Hibbard
Story: [untitled] (57 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Gardner Fox
Artists: Everett E. Hibbard (pgs. 1-3, 56-57), Sheldon Moldoff (pgs. 4-11), Bernard Baily (pgs. 12-17), Ben Flinton (pgs. 18-23), Cliff Young (pgs. 24-29), Stanley Asch (pgs. 30-36, 49-55), Howard Sherman (pgs. 37-42), Jack Burnley (pgs. 43-48)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Sandman, Spectre, and Starman)
Supporting Characters: J. Edgar Hoover (last appearance, as "G. Henry Mover", in BATMAN #8; next chronological appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #1; becomes an associate member of the Justice Society in this story), Myra Mason (between ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #35 / 36), Inza Cramer (between MORE FUN COMICS #76 / 77), Shiera Sanders, Daisy Darling (both between FLASH COMICS #26 / 27), Doris Lee (between ADVENTURE COMICS #71 / 72)
Intro: Sandman's girlfriend, Carlos, Alberto Medina, Fred Simmons, Jose Ortez, Bradley Zenea and her husband, Sr. and Sra. De Cordoban, Jose Magras, Dr. Gomez (only appearance for all)
Villains: Hermann (possibly dies in this story), Johan Krause, Hans, Adolphys Hecht, Miguel Goereters, Gen. Strauss, Kornman, Dr. Swein, Herman, other Nazi soldiers and spies (some of whom die in this story; first and only appearance for all)
Comment: The girl who appears as Sandman's girlfriend in this story resembles Dian Belmont but cannot be her, as Dian Belmont is revealed in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #18 (flashback) to have died before this story takes place.
Synopsis: J. Edgar Hoover calls on the Justice Society again, this time to ask their help in routing out Nazi and Fascist spies in Mexico and South America.

All-Star Comics No. 10
April-May 1942
Cover: Hawkman, Dr. Mid-Nite, Starman, Spectre, Dr. Fate, Johnny Thunder, Sandman, Atom //Everett E. Hibbard
Story: "The Case of the Bomb Defense Formula" (56 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Gardner Fox
Artists: Everett E. Hibbard (pgs. 1-4, 12, 55, 56), Sheldon Moldoff (pgs. 5-11), Cliff Young (pgs. 13-18), Ben Flinton (pgs. 19-24), Jack Burnley (pgs. 25-30), Howard Sherman (pgs. 31-36), Stanley Asch (pgs. 37-42, 49-54), Bernard Baily (pgs. 43-48)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Fate, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder, Sandman, Spectre, Starman, Flash, Green Lantern (last two as honorary members))
Supporting Characters: Prof. Damon Everson (first appearance; last name revealed in issue #21; first name revealed in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #1; next chronological appearance in flashback in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #1), Prof. Malachi Zee (first appearance; last name revealed in issue #35; first name revealed in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #1; next chronological appearance in flashback in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #1), Prof. James Alvin Swanley (?; first appearance; middle and last names revealed in issue #53; first name revealed in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #1; next chronological appearance in flashback in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #1)
Intro: The Defenders (including Hald, Jon, Jak, and Karles), a Judge, Carla and her husband, Mary, Commissioner of Culture, Dr. Fuger, High Servant of Ultima (only appearance for all)
Cameo appearances: Superman, Batman (on page 1 and as statues)
Villains: Black Butch, two conspirators, two traitors, three enemy agents (first appearance for all; all die in this story)
Comment: The aftermath of this story, in which Per Degaton sabotages the bomb defense formula, is revealed in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #1.
Synopsis: The Justice Society rescues three American scientists from four enemy agents, learn that the braintrust is working on a device to protect the United States and its allies against bombing, and appoint themselves the scientists' guardians.  When Johnny Thunder learns that one of the savants has already perfected a time-travel ray, the heroes travel to the Earth of 2242, feeling that the bomb defense formula must have been perfected by then, and attempt to bring it back.

Justice League of America No. 193
August 1981
Story: "The All-Star Squadron" (14 pages, plus cover splash)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Rich Buckler
Inkers: Dick Giordano (cover splash only), Jerry Ordway
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite, Green Lantern (last chronological appearance for all in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #39; all next appear in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #1), Batman (last chronological appearance  in DETECTIVE COMICS #64; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #1), Dr. Fate, the Spectre (last chronological appearance for both in MORE FUN COMICS #80; both next appear in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #1), the Flash, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt (last chronological appearance for all in FLASH COMICS #39; all next appear in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #1), Sandman, Starman (last chronological appearance for both in ADVENTURE COMICS #76; both next appear in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #1), Superman (last chronological appearance in SUPERMAN #16; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #1) (the Justice Society of America), Johnny Chambers (Johnny Quick; last chronological appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #80; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #1), Libby Lawrence (Liberty Belle; last chronological appearance in BOY COMMANDOES #2; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #1), Plastic Man (last chronological appearance in POLICE COMICS #9; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #1), Rod Reilly (Firebrand; last chronological appearance in POLICE COMICS #6; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #1), Robin (last chronological appearance in DETECTIVE COMICS #64; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #1), Robotman (last chronological appearance in STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #9; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #1), Wildcat (chronologically between SENSATION COMICS #6 / 7), Wonder Woman (last chronological appearance in SENSATION COMICS #6; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #1; teamed with the above heroes and heroines as the All-Star Squadron, which makes its first appearance in this story, though the team is not officially named or banded together until ALL-STAR SQUADRON #3; next team appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #1)
Intro: Danette Reilly (Rod Reilly's sister; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #1)
Supporting Characters: Inza Cramer (chronologically between MORE FUN COMICS #80 / 81), Tubby Watts (last chronological appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #80; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #1), Franklin Delano Roosevelt (last chronological appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #3 (flashback); next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #1), Harry Hopkins (of Earth-Two; first appearance; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #1)
Cameo appearances: Crimson Avenger, Vigilante, Green Arrow, Speedy, Shining Knight, Star-Spangled Kid, Stripesy (the Seven Soldiers of Victory)
Villains: Per Degaton (voice only; chronologically between ALL-STAR SQUADRON #3 (flashback) / 1), Solomon Grundy (last chronological appearance in COMIC CAVALCADE #24; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #1), Sky Pirate (last chronological appearance in GREEN LANTERN (1st series) #25; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #1), Prof. Zobar Zodiak (The Alchemist; last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #42; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #1), the Monster (Jason L. Roberts; last chronological appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #3 (flashback); last appearance), Wotan (chronologically between ALL-STAR SQUADRON #49 (flashback) / 1)
Comments: This is the first All-Star Squadron story, though the team is not officially named nor banded together till ALL-STAR SQUADRON #1.
 Story takes place December 6-7, 1941, and continues in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #1.
 The Green Lantern-Flash-Wonder Woman race in this story is taken from the cover of COMIC CAVALCADE #1.  Superman's, Batman's, and Robin's appearance at the USO is taken from the cover of WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #6.
Synopsis: On the night of December 6, 1941, President Roosevelt and his aide Harry Hopkins try but fail to contact the Justice Society of America.  Meanwhile, in various locales over the country, the JSA heroes are defeated by various villains pulled out of the future, and Ensign Rod Reilly, secretly Firebrand, futilely tries to convince his geologist sister Danette not to remain on a volcanic Pacific isle to do studies on the volcano there.  The president reveals to Hopkins that an intercepted communique indicates that the Japanese will be at war with America by tomorrow.

All-Star Squadron No. 1
September 1981
Cover: Dr. Mid-Nite, Hawkman, and Atom with photos of Wildcat, Shining Knight, Green Arrow, Batman, Robin, Phantom Lady, Johnny Quick, Star-Spangled Kid, Stripesy, Superman, Vigilante, Robotman, Dr. Fate, Sandman, Tarantula, Flash, Captain Triumph, Crimson Avenger, Johnny Thunder, Plastic Man, Spectre, Liberty Belle, Green Lantern, and Wonder Woman //Rich Buckler / Dick Giordano
Story: "The World On Fire" (25 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter, artist: Rich Buckler
Inker: Jerry Ordway
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Atom, Batman, Dr. Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Sandman, Spectre, Starman, Superman (all teamed as the Justice Society of America), Plastic Man, Robotman, Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, Plastic Man, Robin, Wonder Woman, Rod Reilly (Firebrand; critically wounded in this story; last appearance for all in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #193), Shining Knight (last chronological appearance in ADVENTURE COMICS #75))
GS: Danette Reilly (last appearnce in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #193)
Supporting Characters: Franklin Delano Roosevelt (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #193; next appears in issue #5 (flashback)), Harry Hopkins (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #193; next appears in issue #11), J. Edgar Hoover (last chronological appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #9; last appearance?), Tom Revere (last chronological appearance in BOY COMMANDOES #1; next appears in issue #45), Slugger Dunn (last appearance in POLICE COMICS #6; criticially wounded in this story; next appears in issue #4), Tubby Watts (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #193; next chronological appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #81)
Intro: Sammy Baugh (of Earth-Two), Ed Simmons (only appearance for both)
Villains: Per Degaton, Zobar Zodiak, Solomon Grundy, Sky Pirate, Wotan (last appearance for all in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #193), the King Bee (last chronological appearance in flashback in issue #3; last appearance) and his gang (last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #18; last appearance)
Comments: Story takes place Dec. 7, 1941, and continues from JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #193.
 The All-Star Squadron is named and banded together officially in this story.
 Captain Triumph is incorrectly depicted on the cover of this issue, as he is not extant until 1943.
Synopsis: As the Japanese attack Pearl Harbor, President Roosevelt summons several super-heroes to the White House and asks them and all other American "mystery men" to band together in a unit against the Axis.  But Per Degaton captures Danette Reilly and a newly-arrived Shining Knight, and gloats to them that the conquest of Earth has already begun.

All-Star Squadron No. 2
October 1981
Cover: Robotman, Plastic Man, Hawkman, Liberty Belle, Johnny Quick, and Atom vs. Nazi planes //Joe Kubert (signed)
Story: "The Tyrant Out of Time" (26 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter, penciller: Rich Buckler
Inker: Jerry Ordway
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Atom, Batman, Dr. Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder, Sandman, Spectre, Starman, Superman (the Justice Society of America), Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, Plastic Man, Robin, Robotman, Shining Knight, Wonder Woman, Phantom Lady (last chronological appearance in POLICE COMICS #9))
GS: Danette Reilly
Supporting Characters: Sen. Harold Henry Knight (chronologically between POLICE COMICS #9 / 10), Prof. Zee (in flashbacks to ALL-STAR COMICS #10 and 35, and in flashback continuing from ALL-STAR COMICS #35)
Cameo appearances: Prince Khufu, Hath-Set, Shiera, Maj. James Lawrence, monks of Rest-Haven, Chuck Grayson, Joe Morgan, Prof. Gill, Prof. Everson, Dr. James Swanley, the Defenders, Alexander the Great, Adolf Hitler, Tom Revere (all in flashback)
Villains: Sky Pirate (last chronological appearance), Per Degaton, Solomon Grundy, Wotan, Zobar Zodiak, two gangs of crooks (including Al; first and only appearance)
Comments: This issue also features a Per Degaton fact-file by Rich Buckler and Jerry Ordway.
 Story takes place December 7, 1941.
Synopsis: Per Degaton reveals to Danette Reilly and the Shining Knight his plan to stalemate the Allies and Axis by having the Allies attack Japan first, rather than Germany.  When eight heroes appear near his island, Degaton triggers a volcanic eruption, and pronounces them all dead.

All-Star Squadron No. 3
November 1981
Cover: Plastic Man, Robotman, Liberty Belle, Dr. Mid-Nite, Hawkman, and Atom vs. Solomon Grundy and Per Degaton //Rich Buckler / Dick Giordano (signed)
Story: "The Dooms of Dark December" (27 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter, penciller: Rich Buckler
Inker: Jerry Ordway
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Atom, Batman, Dr. Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder, Sandman, Spectre, Starman, Superman (the Justice Society of America), Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, Phantom Lady, Plastic Man, Robin, Robotman, Shining Knight, Wonder Woman)
GS: Danette Reilly (gains super-powers in this story)
Supporting Character: Professor Zee (next appears in issue #14)
Other Character: Eleanor Roosevelt (of Earth-Two; first chronological appearance; next chronological appearance in WONDER WOMAN #230)
Villains: Per Degaton (next appears in issue #14) and his gang (last chronological appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #35; next appear in issue #15), Solomon Grundy (next chronological appearance in SHOWCASE #55), Wotan (last chronological appearance), Zobar Zodiak (last appearance), Sky Pirate (in flashback; last chronological appearance in COMIC CAVALCADE #25; next chronological appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #193), the Monster (in flashback; last chronological appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #20; next chronological appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #193), the King Bee (in flashback; last chronological appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #18; next chronological appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #1)
Synopsis: The All-Star Squadron closes with Degaton and his minions in final battle, as Danette Reilly accidentally gains super-powers.

All-Star Squadron No. 4
December 1981
Cover: Hawkman vs. Thunderbolt, Superman vs. Robotman, Green Lantern vs. Dr. Mid-Nite, Spectre vs. Atom, Dr. Fate vs. Johnny Quick, Wonder Woman vs. Liberty Belle //Rich Buckler / Dick Giordano (signed)
Story: "Day of the Dragon King (chapter 1; 5 pages)
 Chapter 2: "Aftermath of Infamy" (8 pages)
 Chapter 3: "What Price Vengeance?"  (14 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter, penciller: Rich Buckler
Inker: Jerry Ordway
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Atom, Dr. Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Sandman, Spectre, Starman, Batman, Superman (last two next appear in issue #20), Flash, Green Lantern (both next appear in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #1; the Justice Society of America), Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, Robotman, Shining Knight, Phantom Lady (next appears in issue #25), Plastic Man (next appears in issue #7), Robin (next appears in issue #20), Wonder Woman (next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #1))
GS: Danette Reilly, Rod Reilly (in a coma; next appears in issue #13)
Supporting Character: Slugger Dunn (last appearance in issue #1)
Villains: The Dragon King (first appearance; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #9), Adolf Hitler (chronologically between issues #44 / 50 flashbacks), Hideki Tojo (of Earth-Two; first appearance?), the Japanese army
Comment: Story takes place December 8, 1941.
Synopsis: After seeing the carnage wrought at Pearl Harbor, the Justice Society dispatches some of its most powerful members along with some others and some All-Star Squadron heroes to take direct action against the Axis.  But Hitler and Tojo have cast a magic spell with certain artifacts that place the magically-based JSA'ers under their power, once they enter the Axis's sphere of influence.

All-Star Squadron No. 5
January 1982
Cover:   Firebrand II, Robotman, Hawkman, Dr. Mid-Nite, and Johnny Quick vs. Nazis on Statue of Liberty //Rich Buckler / Romeo Tanghal (signed)
Story: "Never Step on a Feathered Serpent" (27 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter, penciller: Rich Buckler
Inker: Jerry Ordway
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite, Hawkman (appear on pages 1-4 isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #11, pgs. 1-3), Dr. Fate, Johnny Thunder, Sandman (appear on pages 1-4 isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #11, pgs. 1-3; all next appear in ALL-STAR COMICS #11, pgs. 4-55 / issue #19), Spectre (appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #11, pgs. 1-3; next chronological "appearance" in ALL-STAR COMICS #11, pgs. 4-55, but since that is revealed to be an illusion, his next real appearance is in issue #20), Starman (appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #11, pgs. 1-5; next appears in issue #10; all appear as the Justice Society of America), Firebrand II (Danette Reilly; first appearance in costume; origin concluded; joins the All-Star Squadron), Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, Robotman, Shining Knight, Shiera Sanders (Hawkgirl; last chronological appearance in FLASH COMICS #30))
Supporting Characters: Franklin Delano Roosevelt (in flashback; between issues #1 / 7), Henry Wallace (of Earth-Two; vice-president of the United States; in flashback; first appearance; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2), Slugger Dunn (in flashback; last appearance)
Intro: Sam Rayburn (of Earth-Two; Speaker of the House; in flashback), James Roosevelt (of Earth-Two; the president's son; in flashback; only appearance for both)
Cameo appearances: Green Lantern (in flashback to GREEN LANTERN (1st series) #4, which takes place directly after last issue), Firebrand (on a photo))
Villains: The Feathered Serpent (first appearance; last chronological appearance in flashback in next issue), Cult of the Feathered Serpent, General Saukel (first appearance for both), Heinrich and another bundist (first and only appearance for both), the Nazis
Comments: Pages 1-4 are adapted from and take place isochronally with pages 1-3 of ALL-STAR COMICS #11.
 Story takes place December 9-10, 1941.
Synopsis: The Justice Society vote to disband for the duration of the war, as all of its members save Superman, Batman, and the Spectre are joining the armed forces to fight the Axis.  But several All-Star Squadron heroes must go to Mexico to stop Shiera Sanders, alias Hawkgirl, from being sacrificed on an altar by a Nazi agent called the Feathered Serpent.

All-Star Squadron No. 6
February 1982
Cover: Feathered Serpent and Nazis about to sacrifice Hawkgirl as Hawkman, Robotman, Firebrand II, Shining Knight, and Atom rush in //Rich Buckler / Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "Mayhem in the Mile-High City" (27 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Adrian Gonzales
Inker: Jerry Ordway
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Atom, Firebrand II, Hawkgirl, Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, Robotman, Shining Knight, Dr. Mid-Nite, Hawkman (last two next appear in issue #10))
Intro: Manuel Avila Camacho (of Earth-Two; president of Mexico), Carlos (only appearance for both), Capt. Rodriguez (dies in this story)
Villains: The Feathered Serpent, Cult of the Feathered Serpent (last appearance for both), Gen. Saukel (dies in this story), Herr Blume, Eric, a Nazi spy (first and only appearance for all), Baron Blitzkrieg (last chronological appearance in issue #9 (flashback)), Zwerg (first chronological appearance), the Nazis
Comments: Story takes place December 10, 1942.
 A passing mention of Indiana Jones (from the RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK movies) establishes his existence on Earth-Two.
Synopsis: The All-Star Squadron must stop the Feathered Serpent from his plot to place Mexico under Axis domination with his new super-powers and hypnotic control of the nation's Indian races.

All-Star Squadron No. 7
March 1982
Cover: Shining Knight, Atom, Hawkman, Liberty Belle, Johnny Quick, Firebrand II, and Robotman bursting through newspaper page containing photo of Atom, Hawkman, Batman, Sandman, Superman, Flash, Green Lantern, Hourman, and Dr. Fate //Joe Kubert (signed)
Story: "Carnage For Christmas" (chapter 1; 5 pages)
 Chapter 2: "In Battle Joined" (6 pages)
 Chapter 3: "Divided We Stand" (8 pages)
 Chapter 4: "Tragedy and Triumph" (8 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Adrian Gonzales
Inker: Jerry Ordway
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Atom, Firebrand II, Hawkgirl, Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, Robotman, Shining Knight, Plastic Man (last appearance in issue #4; next chronological appearance in POLICE COMICS #10))
Supporting Characters: Franklin Delano Roosevelt (between issues #5 / 9), Winston Churchill (of Earth-Two; last chronological appearance in flashback in next issue), Harry Hopkins (between issues #1 / 11)
Intro: Olav V and Princess Martha (both of Earth-Two; crown prince and princess of Norway; no actual appearance, but both are mentioned as being present at the Christmas ceremonies on page 27; only appearance for both), robot doubles of Winston Churchill and Franklin Delano Roosevelt (both destroyed in this story)
Cameo appearances: Conrad Veidt (of Earth-Two; on a movie poster for Nazi Agent), Hawkman, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Flash, Green Lantern, Sandman, Spectre, Starman, Dr. Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, Superman, Batman, Adolf Hitler, a Valkyrie, the Spectrum, Percival Popp (in photos or flashbacks)
Villains: Baron Blitzkrieg, Zwerg, Kung (last chronological appearance in WONDER WOMAN #238 (flashback)), assorted Bundists, the Nazis
Comment: Story takes place December 22-24, 1942.
Synopsis: Baron Blitzkrieg and Zwerg arrive in Washington, D.C., on a mission to assassinate Winston Churchill, who is on his way to a meeting with President Roosevelt, and the All-Star Squadron must find a means of stopping them.

All-Star Squadron No. 8
April 1982
Cover: Johnny Quick, Robotman, Liberty Belle, Shining Knight, Hawkgirl and Winston Churchill vs. Kung atop train  //Joe Kubert (signed)
Story: "Afternoon of the Assassin" (24 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writers: Roy Thomas (pgs. 1-8, pg. 9 panels 1, 2, pgs. 18-24), Gerry Conway (pg. 9 panel 3, pgs. 10-17)
Pencillers: Adrian Gonzales (pgs. 1-8, pg. 9 panels 1, 2, pgs. 18-24), Don Heck (pg. 9 panel 3, pgs. 10-17)
Inker: Jerry Ordway
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Atom, Firebrand II, Hawkgirl, Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, Robotman, Shining Knight, Steel (last appearance in STEEL #5; origin retold in flashback; also appears in flashback to February, 1940))
Supporting Characters: Winston Churchill (also appears in flashback to February, 1940, his earliest chronological appearance, after which he appears in last issue), Gilbert Giles, Gloria Giles (both in flashback; last appearance for both in STEEL #5; both next appear in issue #13), Maj. Hannibal Morton (in flashback; last appearance in STEEL #3; last appearance), the unnamed doctor (in flashback; last appearance in STEEL #5; last appearance)
Intro: W. L. Mackenzie King (of Earth-Two; prime minster of Canada; first and only appearance; no actual appearance, but mentioned as being present on page 7), Harry (dies in this story), Jack, Dr. Allison (in flashback; only appearance for both), Mike, Antoni Ludcek (both in flashback)
Villains: Baron Blitzkrieg, Zwerg, the Black Assassin (in flashback; first appearance; dies in this story), Kung (next appears in issue #42), three Nazi spies, two German pilots (first and only appearance for all)
Comments: Page 9, panel 3 and pages 10-17 were originally pencilled and scripted to appear in the unpublished STEEL #6, and appeared (in somewhat different form) in CANCELLED COMIC CAVALCADE #1.  The story related in these pages takes place in February 1940, as a flashback, and continues in next issue.
 Main story takes place on December 30, 1941.
 This issue also features a fact file on the Shining Knight, Robotman, and Johnny Quick.
Synopsis: The All-Star Squadron and a new arrival, Steel, save Winston Churchill from another assassination attempt, though Steel is injured in the incident.  Churchill is given Steel's diary and, along with Liberty Belle, learns the hero's origin and how he saved the prime minister from an earlier attempted murder.  But Baron Blitzkrieg and Zwerg are tracking the train on which Churchill travels, and the Japanese super-assassin known as Kung attacks.

All-Star Squadron No. 9
May 1982
Cover: Shining Knight, Atom, Liberty Belle, Johnny Quick, Hawkgirl, Robotman, and Steel //Joe Kubert (signed)
Story: "Should Old Acquaintance Be Forgot" (26 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writers: Roy Thomas (pgs. 1-4, 15-26), Gerry Conway (pgs. 5-14)
Pencillers: Adrian Gonzales (pgs. 1-4, 15-26), Don Heck (pgs. 5-14)
Inker: Jerry Ordway
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Atom, Firebrand II, Hawkgirl, Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, Robotman, Shining Knight, Hawkman (last appearance in issue #6), Steel (becomes "Commander Steel" in this story; also appears in flashback to February, 1940 and several months thereafter, after which his next chronological appearance is in last issue))
Supporting Characters: Winston Churchill, Franklin Delano Roosevelt (last appearance in issue #7)
Other Characters: Antoni Ludcek, Mike (both in flashback to February, 1940; both probably die in this story), an unnamed concentration camp inmate (in flashback; isochronally with WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #246; dies in this story)
Cameo appearances: Black Assassin, Kung (in flashbacks)
Villains: Baron Blitzkrieg (next appears in issue #32; also appears in flashback to February 1940 and months afterward, continuing from WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #246 (1st flashback), and appearing isochronally with later flashbacks in that issue, after which his next chronological appearance is in issue #6; nickname, "the Butcher", revealed in this story; origin retold in detail), Zwerg (next appears in issue #45), Adolf Hitler (in flashback to February, 1940; last chronological appearance in WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #246 (1st flashback); appears isochronally with later flashbacks in that issue; next chronological appearance in DC SPECIAL #29), Heinrich Himmler (of Earth-Two; first chronological appearance; in flashback to February, 1940 and some months afterward; next chronological appearance undetermined), a team of Nazi surgeons (first chronological appearance; in flashback; later appear isochronally with flashbacks in WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #246; last appearance), the Nazis (in flashback to February, 1940 and some months afterward)
Comment: Pages 5-14 of this story were originally scripted by Gerry Conway and pencilled by Don Heck for the unpublished STEEL #6; see Comment for last issue.  The story related therein continues from last issue and takes place in February, 1940.
 The main story for this issue takes place December 31, 1941 / January 1, 1942.
Synopsis: Steel reveals to the All-Star Squadron, Roosevelt, and Churchill how he was taken prisoner by the Nazis, witnessed the incident that led to the creation of Baron Blitzkrieg, and suffered amnesia shortly after seeing Hitler and Himmler visiting the camp in which he was held.  However, Steel does not know that he has secretly become Baron Blitzkrieg's remote-controlled assassin.

All-Star Squadron No. 10
June 1982
Cover: Starman and Hawkman trailing plane; Shining Knight, Hawkgirl, and Johnny Quick vs. crooks; Dr. Mid-Nite and Hooty vs. Japanese pilot; Steel, Firebrand II, and Robotman collapsing; eye-ship (five vignettes) //Joe Kubert (signed)
Story: "If An Eye Offend Thee" (24 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Adrian Gonzales
Inker: Jerry Ordway
Letterer: Ben Oda
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Atom, Hawkman, Dr. Mid-Nite (between issues #6 / 20 (flashback)), Starman (between issues #5 / 20 (flashback)) (the Justice Society of America), Hawkgirl, Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, Robotman, Shining Knight, Steel)
Supporting Characters: Winston Churchill, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Ash (first chronological appearance; next chronological appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #11)
Intro: Dr. Garret Owens (last chronological appearance in issue #12 (flashback); dies in this story)
Villains: Akhet (first appearance), Heinrich, Otto, and other German spies (first and only appearance for all), the Nazis, Japanese troops
Comments: This story takes place during the first week of January, 1942.
 This issue also contains a Fact File on Starman, Liberty Belle, and the Atom.
Synopsis: A mysterious, flying metal "eye" which can disrupt the workings of machinery comes to rest over the giant Christmas tree outside the White House, around which the All-Star Squadron have gathered, and burns the tree to dust.  Then a seven-foot-tall humanoid called Akhet emerges from the craft, and says that he has come to annex Earth in the name of the Binary Brotherhood.

All-Star Squadron No. 11
July 1982
Cover: Akhet vs. Liberty Belle, Hawkgirl, Robotman, Shining Knight, Atom, and Johnny Quick over Washington, D. C.  //Joe Kubert (signed)
Story: "Star-Smasher's Secret" (chapter 1; 12 pages)
 Chapter 2: "From Out of the Sky" (4 pages)
 Chapter 3: "Revelation In Emerald" (9 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Adrian Gonzales
Inker: Jerry Ordway
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Atom, Firebrand II, Hawkgirl, Hawkman, Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, Robotman, Shining Knight, and Steel)
Supporting Characters: Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, Harry Hopkins (last appearance in issue #7; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #208)
Intro: The Brain Trust (some may be members of the Time Trust seen in ALL-STAR COMICS; last chronological appearance in flashback in next issue), Gen. George C. Marshall (of Earth-Two; next appears in issue #25), Chiang Kai-Shek (of Earth-Two; first appearance; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #208), Madame Chiang Kai-Shek (of Earth-Two; Chiang Soong Mei-Ling; only appearance)
Other Character: Prof. Elwood Napier (last chronological appearance in flashback in next issue)
Villains: Dr. Anton Hastor (last appearance in FLASH COMICS #1), Akhet (last chronological appearance), Adolf Hitler (last chronological appearance in issue #50 (flashback); next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #208), Josef Stalin (of Earth-Two; first appearance; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #208), Benito Mussolini (of Earth-Two; first chronological appearance; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #208), Hideki Tojo (last appearance in issue #4; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #208), the Nazis
Comment: Story takes place during first week of January, 1942.
Synopsis: The All-Stars battle Akhet to no avail, and some of them are captured by him.  Subsequently they learn he is an android, and easily defeat him aboard the eye-ship, but soon discover they are prisoners of his master--Hawkman's first foe, Dr. Anton Hastor.

All-Star Squadron No. 12
August 1982
Cover: Anton Hastor vs. Hawkman, Hawkgirl, Atom, and Johnny Quick, with Liberty Belle, Shining Knight, Steel, and Robotman in stasis tubes //Joe Kubert (signed)
Story: "Doomsday Begins At Home" (chapter 1; 8 pages)
 Chapter 2: "With Malice Towards All" (10 pages)
 Chapter 3: "Revenge Across the Eons" (6 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Adrian Gonzales
Inker: Jerry Ordway
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Atom, Firebrand II, Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, Robotman, Shining Knight, Steel, Hawkman, Hawkgirl (last two also appear in flashback to Hawkman's origin story in FLASH COMICS #1, in which Hawkgirl appears as Shiera Sanders; see also SECRET ORIGINS (3rd series) #11))
Supporting Characters: Franklin Delano Roosevelt (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #208), Winston Churchill, Khufu, Shiera (last appearance of latter two in FLASH COMICS #1; both appear in this story as ghosts; last appearance for both), Dr. Elwood Napier (next chronological appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #55; also appears in flashback, his earliest chronological appearance, which continues into next issue)
Other Characters: The Brain Trust (next chronological appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #55; also appear in flashback, their earliest chronological appearance, preceding their introduction in last issue)
Villains: Dr. Anton Hastor (last appearance; also appears in flashback, his earliest chronological appearance, then isochronally with his appearances in FLASH COMICS #1 / SECRET ORIGINS (3rd series) #11, then continuing into his appearance in last issue), Hath-Set (last appearance in FLASH COMICS #1; appears as a ghost; last appearance; possibly destroyed in this story), Akhet (in flashback; first appearance; next chronological appearance in issue #10)
Comment: Story probably takes place during the first week of January, 1942.
Synopsis: Hastor, after explaining how he created the eye-ship with a group of scientists who hoped it would give mankind a common enemy, and unite all nations, makes an attack on forces defending Washington, and only Hawkman and Hawkgirl, and the spirits of their former incarnations, can stop him.

All-Star Squadron No. 13
September 1982
Cover: Hawkman, Atom, Robotman, Shining Knight, Firebrand II, Steel, Liberty Belle, Johnny Quick against background of wartime photographs //Joe Kubert (signed) (with photograph)
Story: "One Day, During the War" (25 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Adrian Gonzales
Inker: Mike DeCarlo
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Atom (next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #1), Firebrand II, Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, Robotman, Steel (all next appear in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #207), Hawkgirl (next appears in issue #31), Hawkman (next appears in issue #16), Rod Reilly (Firebrand; between issues #4 / 50), Shining Knight (next appears in issue #15))
Supporting Characters: Gilbert Giles (last appearance in issue #8; cameo appearance; death revealed in this story), Gloria Giles Farley (marriage to Brad Farley revealed in this story; between issues #8 / 38), Chuck Grayson, Joan Carter (last chronological appearance for both in STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #7; both next appear in issue #17), Mary James (last chronological appearance in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #?; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #1 (flashback), Winston Churchill (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #208)
Intro: Ken Hosokawa (in flashback; dies in this story), Capt. John Cecil Kelly Rogers (of Earth-Two; only appearance)
Cameo appearances: Batman, Spectre, Superman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Green Arrow, Spleedy, Viliante, Star-Splangled Kid, Stripesy, Crimson Avenger, Mr. Terrific, Wildcat, Air Wave, TNT, Dan the Dyna-Mite, Doll Man, Manhunter, Plastic Man, Feathered Serpent impostor, Mr. America
Villains: Sam Slattery (erroneously called Sam Slugg in STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #17), Brutus Bane (both appear isochronally with first part of Robotman story in STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #17; both next appear in issue #17), the Nazis
Synopsis: After electing Liberty Belle regular chairman, the All-Star Squadron adjourns.  Firebrand II reveals to the others her deep hatred of the Japanese because of her brother's injury at Pearl Harbor, but Rod Reilly reveals that his life was saved by a Japanese-American.  Steel learns that his mentor, Dr. Giles, is dead, and his former girlfriend is married to an Army captain.  Robotman finds himself in a different predicament: corrupt political boss Sam Slattery is trying to have him declared a public menace, and destroyed.

All-Star Squadron Annual No. 1
1982
Cover: Joe Morgan vs. Guardian, Green Lantern, Wildcat, Atom, Flash, and Wonder Woman //Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "The Three Faces of Evil" (chapter 1; 8 pages)
 Chapter 2: "Secret Origins" (13 pages)
 Chapter 3: "Tragedy in Triplicate" (16 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Adrian Gonzales
Inker: Jerry Ordway
Letterer: Carl Gafford
Colorist: John Costanza
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Atom (between ALL-STAR SQUADRON #13 / 20 (flashback); origin retold), Flash (last chronological appearance in FLASH COMICS #32; next chronological appearance in ALL-FLASH QUARTERLY #4), Green Lantern (probably within GREEN LANTERN (1st series) #4), Wonder Woman (last chronological appearance in WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #245; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #16) (Justice Society of America), Guardian (chronologically between STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #9 / 10; origin retold), Wildcat (chronologically between SENSATION COMICS #7 / 8; origin retold))
GA: Guardians of the Universe (in flashback; last chronological appearance in GREEN LANTERN #112 (flashback); next chronological appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #141 (flashback))
Supporting Characters: Tubby Watts (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #193; next chronological appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #81), Mary James (in flashback; last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #13; next appears in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #?)
Intro: Leo (in flashback; dies in this story)
Cameo appearances: Henry Grant, Socker Smith, Hawkman, Shiera Sanders, Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, Firebrand II, Chuck Grayson, Winston Churchill, Shining Knight, Steel
Villain: Joe Morgan (last seen as an unnamed coach in SENSATION COMICS #1; alias "Nat Milligan" revealed in this story; dies in this story)
Comments: Story continues from ALL-STAR SQUADRON #13 and continues in part in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #207, in which the Justice Society, Justice League, and All-Star Squadron begin their battle against Per Degaton and the Crime Syndicate.
 Story takes place on January 17, 1942.
 The circus sequence in this story is based on the cover of COMIC CAVALCADE #2.
 This issue also features Fact Files on Wonder Woman, the Flash, Green Lantern, and the Guardian (writer: Roy Thomas; artists: Rich Buckler and Jerry Ordway).
Synopsis: After three mesmerized super-heroes, Atom, Wildcat, and the Guardian, attack the Flash, Green Lantern, and Wonder Woman, and then are restored to their senses, they compare notes and learn that the three attackers all had an acquaintance in common: Joe Morgan, who trained them individually.  Now they find that Joe Morgan has acquired great powers, and is seeking revenge on the heroes he once helped.

All-Star Squadron No. 14
October 1942
Cover: //Joe Kubert
Story: "The ‘Mystery Men' of October" (14 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Plot consultant: Gerry Conway
Writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Adrian Gonzales
Inker: Jerry Ordway
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Firebrand II, Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, Robotman, Steel; all appear on last page isochronally with JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #207, from which issue this story continues; all next appear in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #208)
GA: Aquaman, Hawkman, and Superman of Earth-One, Firestorm, Zatanna (Justice League of America; between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #207 / 208)
Supporting Characters: Professor Zee (last appearance in issue #3; "killed" in this story, but returns unharmed in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #209)
Intro: President John F. Kennedy, Nikita Khruschev, Fidel Castro (all of Earth-Prime; all next appear in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #208)
Cameo appearances: Dr. Mid-Nite, the Flash, Phantom Lady, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Atom, Wonder Woman, Plastic Man, Shining Knight, Kale, Per Degaton's gang (in a dream), Robin, New Teen Titans (on comic covers)
Villains: Per Degaton (last appearance in issue #3; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #208), Nuclear (first chronological appearance; next appears in issue #16; real last name, Plazchek, revealed in this story), Crime Syndicate of America (Ultraman (last chronological appearance in DC COMICS PRESENTS ANNUAL #1; next chronological appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #207), Power Ring, Johnny Quick of Earth-3, Superwoman (last chronological appearance for all in SECRET SOCIETY OF SUPER-VILLAINS #14; next chronological appearance for all in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #207), Owlman (chronologically between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #30 / 207))
Comments: This iss Book Two of "Crisis on Earth-Prime".  Story continues between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #207 / 208.
 The All-Star Squadron's portion of this story takes place probably on January 17, 1942, though other parts of the story take place in 1947 and in October, 1962 (on Earth-Prime).
Synopsis: Per Degaton murders his boss, Professor Zee, and steals a time machine, with which he discovers the world of Earth-Prime, releases the Crime Syndicate from their prison in Limbo, and then has them steal missles from Castro's Cuba in 1962.  He returns with the missles to 1942, where the All-Star Squadron has their first encounter with the magnetic villain, Nuclear.

All-Star Squadron No. 15
November 1982
Cover: //Joe Kubert
Story: "Master of Worlds and Time" (23 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Plot consultant: Gerry Conway
Writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Adrian Gonzales
Inker: Jerry Ordway
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Firebrand II, Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, Robotman, Steel (all between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #208 / 209), Shining Knight (between issues #13 / 29))
GS: Dr. Fate, Green Lantern, Huntress, Power Girl, Starman (Justice Society of America), Aquaman, Hawkman, and Superman of Earth-One, Firestorm, Zatanna (Justice League of America; all between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #208 / 209)
Supporting Character: Franklin Delano Roosevelt (between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #208 / 209)
Cameo appearance: Hawkman
Villains: Per Degaton and his gang (all between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #208 / 209), Kale (last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #35; last appearance), Crime Syndicate of America (Ultraman, Superwoman, Power Ring; all between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #207 / 209), Adolf Hitler (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #208; next appears in issue #36), Josef Stalin, Hideki Tojo (last appearance for both in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #208; last appearance for both)
Comments: Story continues between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #208 / 209.
 This is Book Four of "Crisis On Earth-Prime".
 Story probably takes place on January 18, 1942.
Synopsis: After Degaton demands total dictatorship over Earth-Two, President Roosevelt tells the assembled heroes that they must find and disable the stolen missles, or he will have to abdicate in Degaton's favor.  But guarding the missles and Degaton's satellite are the villains of the Crime Syndicate of America.

All-Star Squadron No. 16
December 1982
Cover: Nuclear vs. Johnny Quick, Firebrand II, Liberty Belle, Robotman, Steel, and Wonder Woman //Joe Kubert (signed)
Story: "The Magnetic Murderer" (24 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Adrian Gonzales
Inker: Rick Hoberg
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Firebrand II, Liberty Belle, Robotman, Steel (last appearance for all in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #209), Carter Hall (Hawkman; between issues #13 / 20 (flashback)), Johnny Quick (last chronological appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #81), Wonder Woman (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #1))
Supporting Characters: Steve Trevor (chronologically between WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #245 / 246), Etta Candy and the Holliday Girls (last chronological appearance in SENSATION COMICS #5; all next chronologically appear in WONDER WOMAN #1)
Other Characters: Maj. Nichols (first chronological appearance; next chronological appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #11), Joye Playboy (first chronological appearance; next chronological appearance in WONDER WOMAN #43)
Cameo appearances: Green Lantern, Wildcat, Flash, Atom, Guardian (in flashback)
Villain: Nuclear (last appearance in issue #14; next chronological appearance in WONDER WOMAN #43)
Comments: Story probably takes place on January 17, 1942.
 Story continue from JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #209 and ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #1.
Synopsis: Wonder Woman, beaten by the super-villain Nuclear, asks the All-Star Squadron for help in fighting him and freeing Steve Trevor, whom Nuclear has kidnapped.

All-Star Squadron No. 17
January 1983
Cover: Robotman in chains before judge as Steel, Liberty Belle, Firebrand, and Johnny Quick look on //Joe Kubert (signed)
Story: "To Slay the Body Electric" (23 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Adrian Gonzales
Inker: Rick Hoberg
Letterer: Adam Kubert
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Firebrand II, Liberty Belle, Steel, Johnny Quick (chronologically between MORE FUN COMICS #81 / 82), Robotman (appears isochronally with STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #15; next chronological appearance in STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #9; origin retold in flashback), Wonder Woman (next chronological appearance in issue #20 (flashback))
Supporting Characters: Chuck Grayson, Joan Carter (last appearance for both in issue #15; both appear isochronally with STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #15; both next appear in STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #?; both also appeara in flashback), Tubby Watts (chronologically between MORE FUN COMICS #81 / 82)
Intro: Charlie (only appearance)
Other Character: Jefferson Smith (appears isochronally with STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #15)
Cameo appearances: Frankenstein's monster (as played by Boris Karloff), Hawkman, Johnny Thunder, Wonder Woman, Superman, Spectre, Starman, Dr. Mid-Nite, Sandman, Atom
Villains: Sam Slattery, Brutus Bane (last appearance for both in issue #13; both appear isochronally with STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #15; last appearance for both), Vincent (first and only appearance), Brain Wave (chronologically between flashbacks in issue #20), three gangsters (appear isochronally with STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #8 / issue #65; in flashback)
Synopsis: Most of this story is adapted from the Robotman story in STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #15.  Robotman's origin is retold from STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #8 (see also issues #6 and 65).
 Story takes place probably from January 25-February 2, 1942.
Synopsis: Robotman is finally taken to court by political boss Sam Slattery, who wishes to have him declared inhuman and destroyed--but not before learning how to copy and mass-produce his metal body for profit.

All-Star Squadron No. 18
February 1983
Cover: Thor vs. Robotman, Liberty Belle, Steel, Johnny Quick, Tarantula, and Firebrand II //Joe Kubert (signed)
Story: "Vengeance From Valhalla" (chapter 1; 6 pages)
 Chapter 2: "The Secret Origin of Tarantula" (17 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Adrian Gonzales
Inker: Rick Hoberg
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Gene D'Angelo
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Firebrand II, Liberty Belle, Steel, Johnny Quick (last chronological appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #82), Robotman (last chronological appearance in STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #9), Sandman (in flashback; last chronological appearance in WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #5; appears isochronally with flashback in issue #66; next chronological appearance in ADVENTURE COMICS #69; origin details revealed), Tarantula (last appearance in STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #19; also appears in flashback, his earliest chronological appearance, continuing into his introduction in STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #1 and directly afterward; origin details revealed; see also STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #1 and issue #66))
Supporting Character: Dian Belmont (in flashback; last appearance n WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #5; appears isochronally with issue #66; dies in this story)
Cameo appearances: Sandy, Wonder Woman, Hawkman, Dr. Mid-Nite, Johnny Thunder, Atom, Dr. Fate
Villains: Thor ("Fairy-Tales" Fenton; last appearance in ADVENTURE COMICS #75; last appearance), Heinrich, Werner, three other Nazi spies (first appearance; in flashback; appear isochronally with issue #66 (flashback))
Comment: Story probably takes place on February 8, 1942.  Tarantula's origin flashback takes place June 22, 1941.
Synopsis: When the Tarantula shows up for an All-Star Squadron meeting in an outfit similar to the Sandman's, Johnny Quick insists the web-slinger explain.  In the process, the All-Stars learn of the death of Dian Belmont, the Sandman's girlfriend, and are attacked by a powerful villain who calls himself Thor.

All-Star Comics No. 11
June-July 1942
Cover: Hawkman vs. Japanese soldiers; vignettes of Spectre, Johnny Thunder, Dr. Fate, Wonder Woman, Dr. Mid-Nite, Starman, Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite //Sheldon Moldoff (main cover), Bernard Baily (Spectre), Harry G. Peter (Wonder Woman), Stanley Asch (Dr. Mid-Nite, Johnny Thunder), Howard Sherman (Dr. Fate), Cliff Young (Sandman)
Story: "The Justice Society Joins the War on Japan" (55 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Gardner Fox
Artists: Jack Burnley (pgs. 1-3, 11, 42-47, 54, 55), Sheldon Moldoff  (pgs. 4-10), Harry G. Peter (pgs. 12-17), Cliff Young (pgs. 18-23), Ben Flinton (pgs. 24-29), Howard Sherman (pgs. 30-35), Stanley Asch (pgs. 36-41, 48-53)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Sandman, Spectre, Starman, Wonder Woman (last chronological appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #20; joins the Justice Society in this story))
Supporting Characters: Myra Mason (last appearance in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #41), Shiera Sanders (Hawkgirl; last appearance in FLASH COMICS #32; next chronological appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #31), General Brody (first appearance; name revealed in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #25, his next appearance), Ash (first appearance; last chronological appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #10; last chronological appearance)
Intro: Dr. Benson (dies in this story), Carol Williams, Lt. Gordon (only appearance for both)
Villains: Lt. Harikoto, a saboteur (first and only appearance for both), the Japanese army
Comments: The Justice Society of America is temporarily renamed the Justice Battalion in this story, but return to their old title in issue #17.  To reduce confusion, they will simply be called the Justice Society in this index.
 Part of this story is adapted in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #5, 19, and 20.  In the last two issues, it is revealed that most of this adventure does not actually take place other than in the Brain Wave's illusions.
 Title of this story is taken from the cover.
 Story takes place from December 9, 1941-early February, 1942.
Synopsis: Following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, the active Justice Society members (except for the Spectre, who is a ghost), join the U.S. armed forces in their civilian identities, but are each forced to assume their superheroic identities to fight Japanese forces.

All-Star Squadron No. 19
March 1983
Cover: Brain Wave, Johnny Thunder, Dr. Mid-Nite, Sandman, Wonder Woman, Starman, Hawkman, Dr. Fate, Atom, Liberty Belle, Steel, Robotman, Johnny Quick, Firebrand II, Tarantula //Jerry Ordway
Story: "Death, Considered As a State of Mind" (23 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Roy Thomas
Artist: Jerry Ordway
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Gene D'Angelo
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Atom, Dr. Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder, Sandman, Starman, and Wonder Woman (last chronological appearance for all in flashback in next issue; all appear isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #11, pgs. 4-55, which is revealed in this story to be largely a Brain Wave-created illusion) (the Justice Society of America), Firebrand II, Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, Robotman, Steel, Tarantula)
Supporting Character: Elektro (a robot; first appearance; last chronological appearance in SECRET ORIGINS (3rd series) #7; next appears in issue #21)
Cameo appearances: The Spectre, Johnny Thunder's Thunderbolt, Gen. Brody, Japanese troops (all in Brain Wave's illusions)
Villain: The Brain Wave (last chronological appearance in flashback in next issue)
Comment: Story is adapted in part from ALL-STAR COMICS #11, pgs. 4-55.
 Story takes place on February 8, 1942.
Synopsis: The All-Star Squadron, responding to Brain Wave's challenge, fight their way into the Perisphere on the grounds of the 1939-40 New York World's Fair and find the Justice Society comatose, dreaming of making bloodthirsty war on the Japanese, and being "killed" by the enemy...which may well kill them in the real world.

All-Star Squadron No. 20
April 1983
Cover: Green Lantern in ruins of Japan; vignettes of Johnny Quick, Wonder Woman, Dr. Fate, Liberty Belle, Hawkman, and Robotman //Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "For the Dark Things Cannot Stand the Light" (23 pages)
Editor: Len Wein
Writer: Roy Thomas
Artist: Jerry Ordway
Letterer: John Costanza
Colorist: Gene D'Angelo
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Atom (also apppears in flashback to pages 55-56 of ALL-STAR COMICS #8 and directly afterward (next chronological appearance in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #34), and in second flashback, chronologically between ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #1 and last issue), Batman (last appearance in issue #4; appears isochronally with first story in BATMAN #11; next appears in issue #24), Dr. Fate (also apppears in flashback to pages 55-56 of ALL-STAR COMICS #8 and directly afterward (next chronological appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #75), and in second flashback, chronologically between ALL-STAR COMICS #11 pgs. 1-3 / issue #5 and last issue), Dr. Mid-Nite (also apppears in flashback to pages 55-56 of ALL-STAR COMICS #8 and directly afterward (next chronological appearance in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #34), and in second flashback, between issue #10 / last issue), Flash (last chronological appearance in FLASH COMICS #32; appears isochronally with ALL-FLASH #4; next appears in issue #26), Green Lantern (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #1), Hawkman (also apppears in flashback to pages 55-56 of ALL-STAR COMICS #8 and directly afterward (next chronological appearance in FLASH COMICS #25), and in second flashback, between issue #16 / last issue), Johnny Thunder (also apppears in flashback to pages 55-56 of ALL-STAR COMICS #8 and directly afterward (next chronological appearance in FLASH COMICS #25), and in second flashback, between FLASH COMICS #? / last issue), Sandman (also apppears in flashback to pages 55-56 of ALL-STAR COMICS #8 and directly afterward (next chronological appearance in ADVENTURE COMICS #70), and in second flashback, between ALL-STAR COMICS #11 pgs. 1-3 / last issue), Spectre (chronologically between flashbacks in issue #28), Starman (also apppears in flashback to pages 55-56 of ALL-STAR COMICS #8 and directly afterward (next chronological appearance in ADVENTURE COMICS #70) and in second flashback, between issue #10 / last issue), Superman (last chronological appearance in ACTION COMICS #51; appears isochronally with first story in SUPERMAN #17), Wonder Woman (also in flashback chronologically between SENSATION COMICS #1 / 2, and in second flashback, between issue #17 / last issue) (Justice Society of America), Robin (last appearance in issue #4; appears isochronally with first story in BATMAN #11; next appears in issue #24), Firebrand II, Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, Robotman, Steel, Tarantula)
Supporting Character: Doiby Dickles (last chronological appearance in GREEN LANTERN (1st series) #4; next chronological appearance in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #40)
Cameo appearances: Johnny Thunder's Thunderbolt, Lancelot, Attila the Hun, Dr. Elba
Villains: The Brain Wave (origin retold; also appears in flashbacks preceding and continuing from issue #17 into last issue; next chronological appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #15), Kulak (chronologically between flashbacks in issue #28) and his long-dead legions (last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #2; appear isochronally with flashback in issue #28), Lex Luthor (of Earth-Two; last chronological appearance in ACTION COMICS #42; appears isochronally with fourth story in SUPERMAN #17; next chronological appearance in second story in SUPERMAN #18), the Joker (of Earth-Two; last chronological appearance in DETECTIVE COMICS #64; appears isochronally with first story in BATMAN #11; next chronological appearance in second story in BATMAN #12), Roman assassins (appear isochronally with ALL-FLASH #4; last appearance)
Comments: Though Alan Scott is shown on KP in this issue, it cannot be for the incident of destroying a Nazi seaplane and thus being late for roll call as a soldier, as depicted in GREEN LANTERN (1st series) #4.  This incident happened on December 4, 1941, and not even Alan Scott would be drawing KP two full months later.  Probably Green Lantern destroyed another Nazi aircraft shortly before this story, fouling him up in his Alan Scott identity and netting him another tour of KP.
 This story takes place on February 8, 1942.
Synopsis: The All-Star Squadron members enter Brain Wave's illusion and battle the illusiory Japanese soldiers, but are "killed" one by one, leaving Green Lantern as their only hope against Brain Wave's plot.

All-Star Squadron No. 21
May 1983
Cover: Cyclotron vs. Atom, Hawkman, Superman, Firebrand II, and Dr. Fate //Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "A Tale of Three Citadels" (23 pages)
Editor, writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Jerry Ordway
Inker: Mike Machlan
Letterer: Carrie McCarthy
Colorist: Gene D'Angelo
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Atom, Dr. Fate, Hawkman (all next appear in issue #23), Dr. Mid-Nite, Johnny Thunder, Sandman, Starman, Wonder Woman (all next appear in issue #25), Green Lantern, Johnny Thunder's Thunderbolt (between issues #4 / 28), Superman (last appearance in SUPERMAN #17 (first story)) (the Justice Society of America), Firebrand II, Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, Robotman, Steel, Tarantula)
Supporting Character: Elektro (last appearance in issue #19)
Intro: Fiorello LaGuardia (of Earth-Two; last chronological appearance in issue #66 (flashback); next appears in issue #50), Mack (dies in this story), Joe (only appearance)
Cameo appearances: Lex Luthor, Dragon King (in flashback)
Villains: The Ultra-Humanite (in Dolores Winters's body), Cyclotron (Terry Curtis; first appearance as Cyclotron; last chronological appearance for both in issue #23 (flashback)), Deathbolt (Jake Simmons), the Sub-Men (first appearance for both; last chronological appearance for both in issue #23 (flashback))
Comment: Story takes place on February 8-9, 1942.
Synopsis: Superman meets with the Justice Society, carrying the Powerstone he has recently taken from Luthor.  Not long after the team votes in Wonder Woman as their newest member, they are attacked by two new super-villains called Deathbolt and Cyclotron, and Superman's old enemy the Ultra-Humanite, in a woman's body.

All-Star Squadron No. 22
June 1983
Cover: Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, Superman, Steel, and Green Lantern vs. Cyclotron, Ultra-Humanite (in Dolores Winters's body), and Deathbolt //Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "The Powerstone Corrupts Absolutely" (23 pages)
Editor, writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Jerry Ordway
Inker: Mike Machlan
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Firebrand, Robotman, Superman, Tarantula (all next appear in issue #24), Green Lantern, Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, Steel)
Supporting Character: Elektro
Intro: An elder race (in flashback; only appearance)
Cameo appearances: Dolores Winters, Hawkman, Dr. Fate, Atom, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Wonder Woman, Starman, Sandman, Dr. Mid-Nite, Thor, Fire Ghosts, Rod Reilly
Villains: Ultra-Humanite (in Dolores Winters's body), Cyclotron (both also appear in flashback, chronologically between ACTION COMICS #21 / next issue (flashback)), Deathbolt (also appears in flashback, his first chronological appearance, continuing in flashback in next issue), Sub-Men (several die in this story)
Comment: This story takes place on February 9, 1942.
Synopsis: The Ultra-Humanite and his two allies defeat Superman and several other All-Star Squadron members, taking the Powerstone and the Hammer of Thor for two of three talismans of power.  The third, Ultra determines, is the golden helmet of Dr. Fate.

All-Star Squadron No. 23
July 1983
Cover: Amazing-Man, Hawkman, Atom, Liberty Belle, and Dr. Fate //Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "When Fate Thy Measure Takes" (15 pages)
 "The Secret Origin of Amazing-Man" (6 pages)
 Epilogue (2 pages)
Editor, writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Jerry Ordway
Inker: Mike Machlan
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Gene D'Angelo
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Atom (last appearance in issue #21), Dr. Fate (last appearance in issue #21; also appears in flashback to origin and second flashback, chronologically between ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #3 / MORE FUN COMICS #72), Green Lantern, Hawkman (between issues #21 / 25) (the Justice Society of America), Amazing-Man (Will Everett; first appearance; origin revealed in flashback), Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, Steel)
Supporting Characters: Elektro, Inza Cramer (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #193; also appears in flashback, chronologically between ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #3 / MORE FUN COMICS #72), Jake Everett, Lula May Everett (in flashback; Amazing-Man's parents; first appearance for both; both next appear in issue #39)
Cameo appearances: Superman, Sub-Men, Firebrand II, Robotman, Sven Nelson, Nabu the Wise, Adolf Hitler (in flashbacks)
Villains: Ultra-Humanite (in Dolores Winters's body), Cyclotron, Deathbolt (all appear only in flashback, between flashback in last issue and their appearance in issue #21), two gangsters (in flashback; only appearance)
Comments: Story takes place February 9, 1942.
 Amazing-Man is an enemy of the All-Star Squadron in this story, but since he later becomes a hero, he is listed in the Feature Characters section for simplicity's sake.
Synopsis: The remaining JSA and All-Star Squadron members go their divers ways, with Dr. Fate and the Atom headed for Fate's Salem tower, intent on finding the missing Spectre. There they find Inza Cramer unconscious, and Fate's powerful old full-face helmet in the hands of Amazing-Man, a super-being with the power to become any substance he touches.

All-Star Squadron No. 24
August 1982
Cover: Tarantula (in new costume), Batman, Green Lantern, Liberty Belle, and Steel in web //Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "The Man Who'll Know Too Much" (15 pages)
 Part 2: "Mind Over Mystery-Man" (9 pages)
Editor, writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Jerry Ordway
Inker: Mike Machlan
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Gene D'Angelo
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Atom, Green Lantern, Batman (last chronological appearance in BATMAN #11 (first story) / issue #20), Dr. Fate (next appears in issue #27), Superman (last appearance in issue #22) (the Justice Society of America), Amazing-Man, Liberty Belle, Robin (last chronological appearance in BATMAN #11 (first story) / issue #20), Firebrand, Robotman (both last seen in issue #22), Johnny Quick (next appears in issue #26), Steel (next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2), Tarantula (last appearance in issue #22; gets a new costume in this story))
Intro: Brainwave, Jr. (Henry "Hank" King, Jr.; last chronological appearance in INFINITY, INC. #2)
Supporting Characters: Chuck Grayson (last chronological appearance in STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #?; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2; revealed as Robin's cousin in this story), Olga (last chronological appearance in STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #?), Tubby Watts (last chronological appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #82; next appears in issue #26), Elektro
Intro: Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Clark Gable (all of Earth-Two; last chronological appearance for all in flashback in issue #66), Cary Grant (of Earth-Two; only appearance)
Cameo appearances: Johnny Thunder, Starman, Wonder Woman, Dr. Mid-Nite, Hawkman (all in flashback)
Villains: Ultra-Humanite (in Dolores Winters's body), Deathbolt, Cyclotron (all chronologically between issues #22 / 26 (flashback)), Sub-Men (last appearance in issue #22)
Comment: Story takes place on February 10, 1942.
Synopsis: The Ultra-Humanite has his sub-men capture Dr. Chuck Grayson, who transplanted a human brain into Robotman's body, in hopes of having him transfer Ultra's brain into Robotman's form.  Then he destroys the carrier Normandie to demonstrate his power, and Steel hears Tarantula tell of a strange youth who claimed to be from 1983, and who called himself Brainwave, Jr.

All-Star Squadron No. 25
September 1983
Cover: Silver Scarab, Fury, Nuklon, Brainwave, Jr., Northwind, Jade, and Obsidian confronting Green Lantern, Atom, Tarantula, Liberty Belle, Steel, and Amazing-Man; Guardian vignette //Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "The Infinity Syndrome" (part 1; 9 pages)
 Part 2: "A Free-For-All Grows In Brooklyn" (5 pages)
 Part 3: "Out of the Sky" (4 pages)
 Part 4: "Green Light--Black Shadow" (5 pages)
Editor, writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Jerry Ordway
Inker: Mike Machlan
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Gene D'Angelo
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Dr. Mid-Nite, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder, Starman, Wonder Woman (all between issues #21 / 27), Atom, Batman, Green Lantern, Superman (the Justice Society of America), Amazing-Man (becomes an ally of the All-Star Squadron in this story), Firebrand II, Liberty Belle, Robin, Robotman, Guardian (last chronological appearance in STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #10), Phantom Lady (last chronological appearance in POLICE COMICS #10)
GS: Newsboy Legion (Tommy, Scrapper, Big Words, and Gabby; last chronological appearance in STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #10), Brainwave, Jr.
Intro: Infinity, Inc. (Silver Scarab (Hector Hall), Nuklon (Albert Rothstein), Fury (Lyta Trevor), Northwind (Norda Cantrell), Jade (Jennie-Lynn Hayden), Obsidian (Todd James Rice; last chronological appearance for all in flashback in next issue; teamed with Brainwave, Jr. as Infinity, Inc.; first group appearance)
Supporting Characers: General Brody (last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #11 / issue #19; next appears in issue #27), Henry L. Stimson (of Earth-One; first chronological appearance; next chronological appearance in ALL-NEW COLLECTOR'S EDITION #C-54), Gen. George C. Marshall (last appearance in issue #11; last appearance), Sen. Harold Henry Knight (chronologically between POLICE COMICS #? / 20), Olga (last appearance)
Intro: Rosie, Joe (only appearance for both)
Villains: Ultra-Humanite (in Dolores Winters's body), Cyclotron, Deathbolt (last chronological appearance for all in flashback in next issue)
Comment: Story takes place on February 10, 1942.
Synopsis: The Justice Society is ordered by Secretary of War Stimson to go after Japan's Black Dragon Society and leave Ultra and his cronies to the All-Star Squadron.  After hearing that Ultra is attacking Detroit, in which his parents live, Amazing-Man has a change of heart and vows to help the All-Stars defend it, and soon ends up in battle against two youths called Jade and Obsidian.  In Brooklyn, the Guardian joins Liberty Belle and Steel to fight two super-beings named Nuklon and Silver Scarab.  Firebrand II tries to convince Cyclotron to turn against Ultra, and Brainwave, Jr. realizes how to actuate his plan to help defeat their enemies.

All-Star Squadron No. 26
October 1983
Cover: Robin, Guardian, Flash, Johnny Quick, Phantom Lady, Wildcat; vignettes of Fury, Northwind, Silver Scarab, Nuklon, Obsidian, and Jade //Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "Talons Across Time" (23 pages)
Editor, writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Jerry Ordway
Inker: Mike Machlan
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Gene D'Angelo
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Atom, Batman, Green Lantern, Superman (all next appear in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2), Flash (last chronological appearance in ALL-FLASH #4 (1st story) / issue #20; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2) (the Justice Society of America), Amazing-Man, Firebrand II, Guardian, Liberty Belle, Phantom Lady, Robin, Robotman, Tarantula (all next appear in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2), Johnny Quick (last appearance in issue #24; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2), Wildcat (last chronological appearance in SENSATION COMICS #8; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2))
GS: Infinity, Inc. (Fury, Jade, Obsidian, Northwind, Nuklon, Silver Scarab (all also appear in flashback, chronologically between INFINITY, INC. #2 and last issue), Brainwave, Jr.; all next appear in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2), Newsboy Legion (next chronological appearance in STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #11)
Supporting Characters: Tubby Watts (last appearance in issue #24; next chronological appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #83), Elektro (between issues #23 / 30)
Intro: Annie, Jim, Sam (only appearance for all)
Cameo appearances: Batman of Earth-One, Hawkman, Thor (in flashbacks)
Villains: Ultra-Humanite (in both Dolores Winters's body and in ape body; latter only in flashback; ape-Ultra's last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #197; next appears in INFINITY, INC. #2; Dolores Winters-Ultra's next appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2; also appears in flashback, chronologically between issue #24 / last issue), Deathbolt, Cyclotron (both next appear in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2; both also appear in flashback, chronologically between issue #24 / last issue), Vulcan (last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #61; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2), Brain Wave, Psycho-Pirate, Mist, Monocle, Rag Doll (last appearance for all in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #197; all next appear in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2)
Comments: Story continues in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2.
 Story takes place on February 10, 1942.
 Phantom Lady gains invisibility powers in this story.
Synopsis: Several All-Star heroes vanish and are replaced by time-lost super-villains from 1983.  Brainwave, Jr. convinces the remaining heroes that he is a friend, and tells them how the Ultra-Humanite of the future communicated telepathically with the Ultra of 1942, and mentally induced the members of Infinity, Inc. to fight the heroes of World War II. Brainwave leads the All-Stars in a search for Ultra, who is now hidden with his allies and captives in Mt. St. Helens.

All-Star Squadron Annual No. 2
1983
Cover: Green Lantern, Phantom Lady, Jade, and Brainwave, Jr. vs. Vulcan, Cyclotron, Deathbolt, and Brain Wave //Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "The Ultra War" (part 1; 15 pages)
 Part 2: "Divide For Conquest" (13 pages)
 Part 3: "An Ending and an Enigma" (11 pages)
Editor, writer: Roy Thomas
Artist: Jerry Ordway
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Gene D'Angelo
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Atom, Batman, Flash, Green Lantern, Superman (the Justice Society of America), Amazing-Man, Firebrand II, Guardian, Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, Phantom Lady, Robin, Tarantula (all between ALL-STAR SQUADRON #26 / 27), Robotman (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #26; next chronological appearance in STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #10), Steel (between ALL-STAR SQUADRON #24 / 27), Wildcat (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #26; next chronological appearance in SENSATION COMICS #9)
GS: Infinity, Inc. (Brainwave, Jr., Jade, Obsidian, Silver Scarab, Fury, Nuklon, Northwind; last appearance for all in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #26; all next appear in INFINITY, INC. #3)
Intro: Joe, the Supreme Court of the United States of America (of Earth-Two; Harlan F. Stone (Chief Justice), Owen J. Roberts, Hugo L. Black, Stanley F. Reed, Felix Frankfurter, William O. Douglas, Frank Murphy, James F. Byrnes, Robert H. Jackson; only appearance for all)
Supporting Characters: Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Harry Hopkins (last appearance of both in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #209; both next appear in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #30), Henry Wallace (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #5; last appearance), Chuck Grayson (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #24; next chronological appearance in STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #?), Terri Curtis (nee` Kurtzberger; first appearance; Cyclotron's daughter and Nuklon's mother; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #27)
Villains: Ultra-Humanite (in Dolores Winters's body; last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #26; next chronological appearance in SUPERMAN FAMILY #201), Cyclotron (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #26; dies in this story, but is time-transported between panels 4 / 5 of page 25 into 1985 to appear in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #55 before returning to 1942), Deathbolt (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #26; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / ALL-STAR SQUADRON #53 / INFINITY, INC. #22), Psycho-Pirate II (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #26; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #1), Monocle (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #26; last appearance), Rad Doll (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #26; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / SWAMP THING #46), Mist (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #26; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / SWAMP THING #46 / INFINITY, INC. #22), Brain Wave (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #26; next appears in INFINITY, INC. #9), Vulcan (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #16; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5), Sub-Men (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #24; all die in this story)
Comments: Story continues between ALL-STAR SQUADRON #26 / 27.
 Story takes place February 10-11, 1942.
 The Atom gains a radiation exposure from Cyclotron that, years later, will trigger his "atomic strength".
Synopsis: The Ultra-Humanite's allies make attacks on the three branches of the American government while he is attempting to have his brain transplanted into Robotman's body, and the Justice Society, All-Star Squadron, and Infinity, Inc. must find a way to stop him.
 
All-Star Squadron No. 27
November 1983
Cover: Starman, Dr. Mid-Nite, Wonder Woman, and Hawkman watching Dr. Fate fight Spectre in the Magic Sphere  //Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "A Spectre Is haunting the Multivers" (23 pages)
Editor, writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Richard Howell
Inkers: Larry Houston (pgs. 1-9), Richard Howell (pgs. 10-23)
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Atom (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2), Batman (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2; next chronological appearance in BATMAN #11 (second story)), Dr. Fate (last appearance in issue #24), Dr. Mid-Nite, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder, Sandman, Starman, Wonder Woman (last appearance for all in issue #25), Flash (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2; next chronological appearance in ALL-FLASH #4 (second story)), Green Lantern (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2; next chronological appearance in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #40), Spectre (last chronological appearance in flashback in next issue), Superman (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2; next chronological appearance in ACTION COMICS #51) (the Justice Society of America), Amazing-Man (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2; next appears in issue #38), Robin (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2; next chronological appearance in BATMAN #11 (second story)), Firebrand II, Steel (last appearance for both in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2; both next appear in issue #31), Guardian (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2; next chronological appearance in STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #11), Johnny Quick (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2; next chronological appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #83), Phantom Lady (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2; next chronological appearance in POLICE COMICS #11), Tarantula (between ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2 / 3))
Supporting Characters: Terri Curtis (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2), General Brody (last appearance in issue #25), Jim Corrigan (as a corpse; chronologically between MORE FUN COMICS #52 / 75)
Intro: Alien beings, a monster (only appearance for all)
Cameo appearances: Nuklon, Fury, Silver Scarab, Northwind, Brainwave, Jr., Fury, Obsidian (all in flashback)
Villain: Kulak (last chronological appearance in flashback in next issue)
Comment: Story continues from ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2.
 Story takes place February 11, 1942.
Synopsis: After the Atom is briefly hospitalized for his radiation exposure, the Justice Society trace Dr. Fate and learn that he has found the Spectre in another dimension, where he has become the thrall of the evil being known as Kulak.

All-Star Squadron No. 28
December 1983
Cover: Spectre vs. Hawkman, Starman, Wonder Woman, Dr. Mid-Nite, Sandman, Johnny Thunder, and his Thunderbolt //Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "By Hatred Possessed" (23 pages)
Editor, writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Richard Howell
Inker: Gerald Forton
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Gene D'Angelo
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Atom, Dr. Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder, Sandman, Starman, Wonder Woman (all next appear in ALL-STAR COMICS #12 / issue #30 (flashback)), Johnny Thunder's Thunderbolt (last appearance in issue #4;  next appears in ALL-STAR COMICS #12 / issue #30 (flashback)), Spectre (next appears in ALL-STAR COMICS #12 / issue #30 (flashback); also appears in flashback, which takes place after MORE FUN COMICS #74, continues into issue #20, continues into second flashback, and then continues into last issue) (the Justice Society of America), Liberty Belle (next appears in issue #30), Sargon (last chronological appearance in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #42; next appears in issue #31; origin retold in flashback))
Supporting Characters: Terri Curtis (next appears in issue #64), Inza Cramer (last appearance in issue #23; next chronological appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #81)
Other Character: Gen. Douglas MacArthur (of Earth-Two; first chronological appearance; next chronological appearance in WONDER WOMAN #238)
Cameo appearances: Kulak's long-dead legions, Baretti and his gang (all in flashback)
Villain: Kulak (last appearance; also appears in flashback, which takes place after ALL-STAR COMICS #2, continues into issue #20, and continues into second flashback, which continues into last issue)
Comments: This story takes place on February 11-12, 1942.
 This issue also contains a pin-up / advertisement for Infinity, Inc., in which Wildcat II is depicted as "La Garra".
 Though a caption on page 22 states that "Dr. Fate . . . regained Nabu's helmet in the early 1960's," he actually recovered it by September, 1945, as shown in WONDER WOMAN #242.  However, in the post-Crisis on Infinite Earths world, Dr. Fate probably did regain it shortly before the first Justice League / Justice Society team-up.
Synopsis: Even the Justice Society is powerless to halt Kulak, but Sargon the Sorceror arrives to lend a hand with his magical Ruby of Life.

All-Star Squadron No. 29
January 1984
Cover: Crimson Avenger, Speedy, Green Arrow, Shining Knight (on Winged Victory), Star-Spangled Kid, Stripesy, and Vigilante against American flag //Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "A Man Called Doome" (23 pages)
Editor, writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Jerry Ordway
Inker: Rick Magyar
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Gene D'Angelo
Feature Characters: Seven Soldiers of Victory (Crimson Avenger, Wing (both chronologically between DETECTIVE COMICS #64 / 65), Green Arrow, Speedy (both chronologically between MORE FUN COMICS #80 / 81), Shining Knight (between issues #16 / 36; also appears in flashback, chronologically between issues #13 / 16), Star-Spangled Kid, Stripesy (last chronological appearance for both in WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #6; next chronological appearance for both in STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #11), Vigilante (chronologically between ACTION COMICS #49 / 50; all appear isochronally in flashback with LEADING COMICS #3)
Supporting Characters: Winston Churchill (between issues #13 / 36), Billy Gunn (in flashback; appears isochronally with LEADING COMICS #3)
Intro: Agamemnon (of Earth-Two; in flashback; only appearance)
Other characters: Leo Starr (dies in this story), Oscar, Alonzo and other robots, Sammy Singer, Odysseus, Trojan soldiers (all appear in flashback isochronally with LEADING COMICS #3; last appearance for all)
Villains: Dr. Doome, Napoleon Bonaparte, Alexander the Great, Attila the Hun, other Huns, Genghis Khan, Nero, Horatio, Marcus and other Roman soldiers, Dick, Turk, Spivey, Stoney, other crooks (all appear isochronally in flashback with LEADING COMICS #3; last appearance for all), the Nazis
Comment: Flashback sequence of this story is adapted from LEADING COMICS #3.
 The framing sequence of this story takes place around February 12, 1942.  The flashback sequence, featuring the Seven Soldiers of Victory, takes place around January 13, 1942.
Synopsis: The Shining Knight is asked by Winston Churchill to tell the tale of his recent teaming with the Seven Soldiers of Victory, and how they battled the machinations of Dr. Doome, a member of the "Time Trust" gone wrong.

All-Star Comics No. 12
August-September 1942
Cover: Hawkman, Dr. Mid-Nite, Atom, Spectre, Wonder Woman, Dr. Fate, Sandman, Johnny Thunder, Starman //Jack Burnley
Story: "The Justice Society of America Pursues Victory For America and Democracy" (55 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Gardner Fox
Artists: Jack Burnley (pgs. 1-4, 24-29, 54, 55), Sheldon Moldoff (pgs. 5-11), Cliff Young (pgs. 12-17), Ben Flinton (pgs. 17-23), Bernard Klein (pgs. 30-35), Stanley Asch (pgs. 36-41, 48-53)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder, Sandman, Spectre, Starman, Wonder Woman; all chronologically between ALL-STAR SQUADRON #28 / 31; all appear isochronally with ALL-STAR SQUADRON #30)
Supporting Character: Myra Mason (next appears in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #42)
Intro: Ivoren, Eben Gardner, Weldon, Dr. Stander, Charles Reagan, and three other inventors, Major McNichols (only appearance for all)
Villains: The Black Dragon Society and their leader (first appearance for all; all appear isochronally with ALL-STAR SQUADRON #30), Smallheimer (aka Dr. Small; first appearance; dies in this story), the Japanese
Comments: This story is retold in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #30.
 Story takes place on February 16, 1942.
 The Justice Society is called the Justice Battalion in this story.
Synopsis: The Black Dragon Society, a secret organization of Japanese spies in America, strikes across the country, abducting eight inventors to seize their war inventions for Japan.  The Justice Society is assigned to recover the inventors and keep their work out of Japanese hands.

All-Star Squadron No. 30
February 1984
Cover: Black Dragon leader vs. Johnny Thunder, Spectre, Hawkman, Dr. Mid-Nite, Wonder Woman //Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "Day of the Black Dragon" (22 pages)
Editor, writer: Roy Thomas
Pencillers: Mike Machlan (pgs. 1-12), Richard Howell (pgs. 13-22)
Inkers: Sam DeLaRosa (pgs. 1-12), Mike Machlan (pgs. 13-22)
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Gene D'Angelo
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite (in flashback; last appearance for both in issue #28; both appear isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #12; next chronological appearance for both in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #40), Dr. Fate (in flashback; last appearance in issue #28; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #12; next chronological appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #81), Hawkman (last appearance in issue #18; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #12; next chronological appearance in FLASH COMICS #32), Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt (last appearance for both in issue #28; both appear isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #12; next chronological appearance for both in FLASH COMICS #?), Wonder Woman (last appearance in issue #28; also appears in flashback, isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #12; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #3), Sandman, Starman (last appearance for both in issue #28; in flashback; both appear isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #12; both next chronologically appear in ADVENTURE COMICS #77), Spectre (in flashback; last appearance in issue #28; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #12) (the Justice Society of America), Liberty Belle (last appearance in issue #28))
Supporting Characters: Franklin Delano Roosevelt (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2), Harry Hopkins (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2; last appearance), Major McNichols (in flashback; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #12; last appearance), Elektro (last appearance in issue #26; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #3)
Intro: Morrie Fushido (only appearance; in flashback)
Villains: The Black Dragon Society and their leader, Dr. Smallheimer (all appear isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #12; in flashback; last appearance for all), the Japanese
Comments: Flashback sequence is adapted from ALL-STAR COMICS #12 and takes place February 16, 1942. Framing sequence takes place February 19, 1942.
 Story continues in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #3.
Synopsis: Wonder Woman tells Liberty Belle of the Justice Society's encounter three days ago with the Black Dragon Society.

All-Star Squadron Annual No. 3
1984
Cover: Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, Flash, Hourman, Dr. Fate, and Wonder Woman vs. Ian Karkull //Rick Hoberg / Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: [untitled] (41 pages)
Editor, writer: Roy Thomas
Researcher: Dann Thomas
Pencillers: Jerry Ordway (pgs. 1-4, 40, 41), Rich Buckler (pg. 5), Rick Hoberg (pgs. 6-12, 35-39), Wayne Boring (pgs. 13-16), Richard Howell (pgs. 17, 18), Carmine Infantino (pgs. 19-21), Don Newton (pgs. 22-24), Martin Nodell (pgs. 25-27), George Perez (pgs. 28-30), Keith Giffen (pgs. 31-34)
Inkers: Jerry Ordway (pgs. 1-4, 13-16, 28-30, 40, 41), Bill Collins (pgs. 5-8), Rick Hoberg (pgs. 9-12, 35-39), Richard Howell (pgs. 17, 18), Frank Giacoia (pgs. 19-21), Mike Machlan (pgs. 22-24), Joe Giella (pgs. 25-27), Keith Giffen (pgs. 31-34)
Letterers: David Cody Weiss, L. Lois Buhalis
Colorist: Gene D'Angelo
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Atom, Green Lantern (last chronological appearance for both in ALL-STAR COMICS #7; both next chronologically appear in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #32), Batman (last chronological appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #7; next chronological appearance in DETECTIVE COMICS #57), Dr. Fate (last chronological appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #7; next chronological appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #23 (flashback)), Flash, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt (last chronological appearance for all in ALL-STAR COMICS #7; all next chronologically appear in FLASH COMICS #23), Hourman, Sandman  (last chronological appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #7; next appears in ADVENTURE COMICS #68), Spectre (chronologically between ALL-STAR COMICS #7 / 8), Starman (chronologically between ADVENTURE COMICS #67 / 68), Superman  (last chronological appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #7; next chronological appearance in ACTION COMICS #41; all in flashback), Wonder Woman (between ALL-STAR SQUADRON #30 / 31) (the Justice Society of America), Robin (last chronological appearance in WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #7; next chronological appearance in DETECTIVE COMICS #57), Hawkgirl (last chronological appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #7; next chronological appearance in FLASH COMICS #23; both in flashback), Tarantula (between ALL-STAR SQUADRON #27 / 31))
Supporting Characters: Franklin Delano Roosevelt (last chronological appearance in DC SPECIAL #29; next chronological appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #193), Major Williams (last chronological appearance in ?; next chronological appearance in ?), Joan Williams (last chronological appearance in ?; next chronological appearance in ?), Lois Lane (last chronological appearance in SUPERMAN #14; next chronological appearance in ?; all in flashback), Elektro (between ALL-STAR SQUADRON #30 / 31)
Intro: Mamie Eisenhower, Robert Cummings, Richard Nixon, Pat Nixon (all of Earth-Two; only appearance for all), an unnamed boy (dies in this story)
Other Character: Dwight D. Eisenhower (of Earth-Two; first chronological appearance; next chronological appearance in WONDER WOMAN #235)
Cameo appearances: Jimmy Carter, Ann Sheridan, Gerald Ford, Lyndon B. Johnson (all of Earth-Two; in photographs; first and only appearance for all), Harry S Truman (of Earth-Two; in photograph), Nabu, Doiby Dickles, Felix Doon, Matthew Doon, Will Harring, a Sandman impostor, an Atom impostor
Villains: Ian Karkull (last appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #70; dies in this story), "Alexander the Great" (last appearance in FLASH COMICS #2; last appearance), Catwoman (chronologically between BATMAN #10 / 15), Dr. Doog (last appearance in ADVENTURE COMICS #61; last appearance), Lightning Master (last appearance in SUPERMAN #14; last appearance), Sieur Satan (last appearance in FLASH COMICS #1; last appearance), Tarantula (Mr. Crossart; last appearance in ADVENTURE COMICS #40; last appearance; not to be confused with the heroic Tarantula, alias Jonathan Law), Wotan (last appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #70; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #47), Zor (last appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #57; last appearance), Shadow-Men (first appearance for both; both die in this story; all in flashback), Horst and two other German spies (first and only appearance for all)
Comments: Framing sequence with Wonder Woman and Tarantula takes place around February 22, 1942, between ALL-STAR SQUADRON #30 / 31.  Flashback sequence takes place June 28-29, 1941, and continues from ALL-STAR COMICS #7.
 Since Superman's battle with the Lightning Master was recorded some months after the time-period dealt with in this story flashback, it must be assumed that the Superman-Lightning Master battle in SUPERMAN #14 took place just before ALL-STAR COMICS #7, and was not recorded till a later time.
Synopsis: Tarantula and Wonder Woman learn from the Amazons' Magic Sphere of the most secret Justice Society adventure of all, in which the heroes had to stop Ian Karkull and other super-villains from killing nine persons across the country and President Roosevelt himself.

All-Star Squadron No. 31
March 1984
Cover: Uncle Sam, Black Condor, Hawkman, Superman, Plastic Man, Star-Spangled Kid, Crimson Avenger, Green Arrow, Liberty Belle, Robin, Manhunter (Paul Kirk), Batman, Johnny Quick, Phantom Lady, Midnight, Ray, Sandman, Hawkman //Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "Uncle Sam Wants You" (23 pages)
Editor, writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Rick Hoberg
Inker: Mike Machlan
Letterers: David Cody Weiss, John Costanza
Colorist: Gene D'Angelo
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite, Green Lantern (last chronological appearance for all in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #40), Batman (last chronological appearance in BATMAN #11 (second story)), Dr. Fate (last chronological appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #81), Flash (last chronological appearance in ALL-FLASH #4 (fourth story)), Hawkman (last chronological appearance in FLASH COMICS #32), Hourman (in flashback; chronologically between flashbacks in next issue), Johnny Thunder (chronologically between FLASH COMICS #32 / 33), Sandman (chronologically between ADVENTURE COMICS #77 / 78), Spectre (last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #12 / last issue), Starman (last chronological appearance in ADVENTURE COMICS #77), Superman (last chronological appearance in ACTION COMICS #51), Wonder Woman (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #3) (the Justice Society of America), Invisible Hood (last appearance in SMASH COMICS #33), Magno (last appearance in SMASH COMICS #21), Miss America (last appearance in MILITARY COMICS #7), Neon (last appearance in HIT COMICS #17), Red Bee (last appearance in HIT COMICS #24), Uncle Sam (last chronological appearance in flashback in next issue; also appears in flashback, chronologically between NATIONAL COMICS #17 and flashback in next issue) (the Freedom Fighters), Air Wave, Crimson Avenger, Wing (all chronologically between DETECTIVE COMICS #67 / 68), Sargon (last chronological appearance in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #40), Black Condor (last chronological appearance in CRACK COMICS #25), Dan the Dyna-Mite, Stripesy, TNT (all chronologically between STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #11 / 12), Doll Man (last chronological appearance in flashback in next issue), Firebrand II (last appearance in issue #27), Green Arrow, Speedy (both chronologically between MORE FUN COMICS #82 / 83), Guardian, Star-Spangled Kid (last chronological appearance for both in STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #11), Hawkgirl (last chronological appearance, as Shiera Sanders, in FLASH COMICS #32; next appears in issue #35), Human Bomb, Phantom Lady, Plastic Man (last chronological appearance for all in POLICE COMICS #11), Jester (chronologically between SMASH COMICS #35 / 36), Johnny Quick (last chronological appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #83), Manhunter (Paul Kirk), Sandy (both chronologically between ADVENTURE COMICS #77 / 78), Manhunter (Dan Richards; chronologically between POLICE COMICS #11 / 12), Mr. America (between ACTION COMICS #50 / 51), Mr. Terrific (chronologically between SENSATION COMICS #9 / 10), Ray (last chronological appearance in SMASH COMICS #40), Robin (last chronological appearance in BATMAN #11 (second story); next appears in issue #35), Robotman (last chronological appearance in STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #10), Steel (last appearance in issue #27), Tarantula (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #3), Vigilante, Zatara (both chronologically between ACTION COMICS #51 / 52), Whip (chronologically between FLASH COMICS #32 / 33), Wildcat (last chronological appearance in SENSATION COMICS #9), Liberty Belle)
Supporting Characters: Franklin Delano Roosevelt (next appears in issue #36), Gernsback (formerly Elektro; renamed in this story; last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #3)
Cameo appearances: Aquaman (of Earth-Two), Amazing-Man, Shining Knight, Blackhawks
Villains: Nazis of Earth-X (last chronological appearance in flashback in next issue)
Comments: Story takes place February 22-23, 1942.
 Phantom Lady is revealed to be Starman's cousin in this story.
 Story continues in part from ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #3.
 Liberty Belle alters her costume in this story.
Synopsis: The first meeting of the "full roster" of the All-Star Squadron is crashed by Uncle Sam, who reveals that he has come from an Earth in which the Nazis are even closer to victory than on this one, and the heroes whom he recruited to help him fight the enemy there are all dead.  As the All-Stars debate whether or not to accompany Sam, the hero known as Midnight bursts in with a metal box, within which is the unmoving form of Doll Man.

All-Star Squadron No. 32
April 1984
Cover: Hawkman, Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, Green Lantern, Black Condor, Ray, and Phantom Lady seeing Uncle Sam and fallen Miss America, Invisible Hood, Neon, and Hourman  //Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "Crisis on Earth-X: The Prequel" (23 pages)
Editor, writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Rick Hoberg
Inker: Bill Collins
Letterers: Albert DeGuzman, David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Gene D'Angelo
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite (both next chronologically appear in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #41), Batman, Hawkman (both next appear in issue #35), Spectre, Starman, Dr. Fate (next chronological appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #82), Flash, Green Lantern, Superman, Wonder Woman (all next appear in issue #36), Hourman (in flashback; chronologically between ADVENTURE COMICS #70 / last issue's flashback, then continues in flashback in this issue) (the Justice Society of America), Invisible Hood, Magno, Miss America, Neon, Red Torpedo (in flashback; all die in this story), Black Condor, Human Bomb, Phantom Lady, Ray, Red Bee, Doll Man (also appears in flashback, chronologically between FEATURE COMICS #51 / last issue; all join the Freedom Fighters in this story), Uncle Sam (also appears in flashback, chronologically between flashback and story proper in last issue) (the Freedom Fighters), Sargon (next chronologically appears in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #41), Plastic Man (next appears in issue #35), Firebrand II, Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, Guardian (next appears in issue #43), Midnight (next appears in issue #50; also appears in flashback, chronologically between SMASH COMICS #29 / last issue), Robotman, Steel, Tarantula (all next appear in issue #38), Star-Spangled Kid (next chronological appearance in STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #12), Wildcat (next chronological appearance in SENSATION COMICS #10)
Supporting Characters: The Voice, Gernsback (next appears in issue #38)
Intro: Mademoiselle Simone (in flashback; dies in this story)
Cameo appearances: Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Sandman, Robin, Johnny Thunder (all in flashback)
Villains: Vice-Admiral Chuichi Nagumo (of Earth-X; in flashback; first and only appearance), Baron Blitzkrieg (in flashback; last appearance in issue #9), Steel Helmets of Earth-X (in flashback; first and only appearance; counterparts to the Steel Helmets seen in UNCLE SAM QUARTERLY #1), Japanese forces of Earth-X (first chronological appearance), Nazis of Earth-X (in flashback)
Comments: Story takes place February 23, 1942.
 The origin of the Freedom Fighters begins in this story.
 A secret mission which Hourman undertook for President Roosevelt is mentioned in this story.  Its nature has yet to be divulged.
 Though two of Uncle Sam's flashback episodes in this story resemble two of his Quality Comics adventures in the 1940's (specifically, the other invasion of Pearl Harbor in NATIONAL COMICS #17 and the Steel Helmets affair in UNCLE SAM QUARTERLY #1), they cannot be the same, as this issue's flashbacks take place on Earth-X and the 1940's comics depict events on Earth-Quality.  However, after the Crisis on Infinite Earths, these events took place on the New DC Earth and were probably closer to the Quality Comics stories.
 Most of the heroes listed in the last issue are doubtless present behind the scenes in the continuation of the All-Star Squadron's "full roster" meeting.  However, for simplicity's sake, we have only listed those depicted in the story itself.
Synopsis: Uncle Sam reveals how he first crossed into Earth-X, then came back to Earth-Two to gather his original Freedom Fighters, including Hourman, who is now suffering negative chemical reactions to his Miraclo pills.  The first Freedom Fighters died when a Japanese Zero rammed them.  Midnight confirms that he and the stricken Doll Man fought Baron Blitzkrieg on Earth-X.  The heroes learn that Nazi saboteurs are attacking four of their home bases and divide into six groups, one each to stop the saboteurs in each town, the fifth to fight off a Japanese invasion attempt at Santa Barbara, California, and the sixth to go with Uncle Sam to Earth-X.  The Spectre is forbidden by the Voice to follow the new Freedom Fighters to their destination.

All-Star Squadron No. 33
May 1984
Cover: Black Condor, Phantom Lady, Ray, Doll Man, and Uncle Sam fighting Japanese soldiers on Earth-X //Rick Hoberg / Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "The Battle of Santa Barbara--Times Two" (23 pages0
Editor, writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Rick Hoberg
Inker: Bill Collins
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Gene D'Angelo
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Black Condor, Doll Man, Hourman, Human Bomb, Phantom Lady, Ray, Red Bee, Uncle Sam) (the Freedom Fighters), Firebrand II, Johnny Quick, Spectre, Starman)
GS: Neptune Perkins (first chronological appearance; origin retold in this story)
Supporting Characters: The Voice, Rick Cannon (last chronological appearance in ?), Tom Revere (last chronological appearance in ?; next appears in issue #42)
Intro: Manjiro Shimada (Tsunami's father; dies in this story)
Cameo appearances: Mr. Perkins (Neptune Perkins's father), Robotman, Hawkman, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman
Villains: Baron Blitzkrieg, Japanese forces of Earth-X, Tsunami (Miya Shimada; first appearance)
Comment: Story takes place February 23, 1942.
Synopsis: The Spectre, held immobile by the Voice between Earths-2 and X, sees the Freedom Fighters battling the Japanese on Earth-X, but the heroes are stopped cold by the sight of Baron Blitzkrieg holding Hourman hostage.  On Earth-2, the All-Star Squadron encounters the aquatic Neptune Perkins, a seafaring mutant who helps them attack a Japanese sub, and Tsunami, a Japanese-American super-villainess who tries to rally other Japanese-descended citizens in the area to her cause.  The Spectre attempts to return to Earth-2, only to discover that his efforts are threatening to draw both Earth-2 and Earth-X together, and possibly annihilate both.

All-Star Squadron No. 34
June 1984
Cover: Starman, Neptune Perkins, Firebrand II, Liberty Belle, and Johnny Quick vs. Tsunami //Rick Hoberg / Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "The Wrath of Tsunami" (23 pages)
Editor, writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Rick Hoberg
Inker: Bill Collins
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Gene D'Angelo
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Black Condor, Doll Man, Hourman, Human Bomb, Phantom Lady, Ray, Red Bee, Uncle Sam (the Freedom Fighters), Firebrand II, Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, Spectre, Starman)
GS: Neptune Perkins
Cameo appearances: Hawkman, Dr. Fate, Wonder Woman, Flash
Villains: Baron Blitzkrieg, Tsunami, Japanese forces of Earth-X, Capt. Kizo Nishino (of Earth-Two; first appearance; dies in this story), Japanese forces of Earth-2 (some of whom die in this story)
Comment: Story takes place February 23, 1942.
Synopsis: Neptune Perkins and Johnny Quick are taken prisoner on a Japanese sub, as the Freedom Fighters are defeated in battle with Baron Blitzkrieg, who challenges a Miraclo-withdrawing Hourman to fight.  Meanwhile, Starman, Liberty Belle, and Firebrand combat Tsunami and the Japanese at Santa Barbara.

All-Star Squadron No. 35
July 1984
Cover: Hourman fighting Baron Blitzkrieg before chained Uncle Sam, Phantom Lady, Doll Man, Black Condor, and Ray //Rick Hoberg / Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "That Earths May Live" (23 pages)
Editor, writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Rick Hoberg
Inker: Bill Collins
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Gene D'Angelo
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Batman, Hawkman (last appearance for both in issue #32), Hourman (next appears in issue #38), Spectre (next chronological appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #75), Starman (next chronological appearance in ADVENTURE COMICS #78) (the Justice Society of America), Black Condor, Human Bomb, Ray, Uncle Sam (the Freedom Fighters; all next appear in issue #50), Doll Man (next chronological appearance in FEATURE COMICS #52), Firebrand II, Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle (all next appear in issue #38), Hawkgirl (last appearance in issue #31; next chronological appearance in FLASH COMICS #33, as Shiera Sanders), Plastic Man (last appearance in issue #32), Phantom Lady, Human Bomb (next chronological appearance for both in POLICE COMICS #12), Red Bee (dies in this story, but returns in the post-Crisis universe in issue #60), Robin (last appearance in issue #32; next chronological appearance in BATMAN #11 (3rd story))
GS: Neptune Perkins (next appears in YOUNG ALL-STARS #1)
Supporting Character: Rick Cannon (next chronological appearance in STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #?)
Cameo appearance: Midnight
Villains: Baron Blitzkrieg (next appears in issue #45), Tsunami (next appears in issue #42), Zwerg (in flashback; between issues #9 / 45), Japanese forces of Earth-X (last appearance), the Nazis
Comment: Story takes place February 23-24, 1942.
Synopsis: Baron Blitzkrieg tells the Freedom Fighters that he crossed into Earth-X using Uncle Sam's teleportational energy and is responsible for the acts of sabotage on Earth-2.  Now he promises to make Hourman divulge the secret of his Miraclo pills by torturing Phantom Lady, but the Red Bee breaks free first and attacks him, only to be killed by Blitzkrieg.

All-Star Squadron No. 36
August 1984
Cover: Hawkman, Green Lantern, Superman, Batman, Flash, Wonder Woman, and Plastic Man vs. Captain Marvel //Rich Buckler / Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "Thunder Over London" (24 pages)
Editor, writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Rich Buckler
Inker: Richard Howell
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Flash, Green Lantern, Superman, Wonder Woman (last appearance for all in issue #32), Batman, Hawkman (the Justice Society of America), Plastic Man, Shining Knight (between issues #29 / 48))
GS: The Marvel Family (Captain Marvel, Mary Marvel, Captain Marvel, Jr.), Billy Batson (split off from Captain Marvel in this story; last chronological appearance for all in flashback in next issue)
Supporting Characters: Franklin Delano Roosevelt (between issues #31 / 39), Winston Churchill (on film; last appearance in issue #29), Sir William Stephenson (aka Intrepid; last appearance in DC SPECIAL #29; last appearance)
Intro: Mr. Wilson (only appearance)
Cameo appearances: Sir Claude Auchinleck, Sir Alan Brooke, Sir Hugh Dowding (of Earth-Two; on film; first and only appearance for all), the Blackhawks (on film)
Villains: Adolf Hitler (last chronological appearance in flashback in next issue), Hermann Goering (of Earth-Two; last chronological appearance in Boy Commandoes story in DETECTIVE COMICS #65; next chronological appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #13), Josef Goebbels (of Earth-Two; first (?) chronological appearance; next chronological appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #13), Hans Heinrich Gootsden (last chronological appearance in flashback in next issue), a Nazi general (first and only appearance)
Comment: Story takes place around February 24, 1942.
Synopsis: The Justice Society is beset by the onslaught of Captain Marvel, who is now in thrall to Adolf Hitler and has orders to attack the Allied nations and Superman specificially.  In London, the All-Stars meet a boy and girl who say magic words and are transformed into Mary Marvel and Captain Marvel, Jr.

All-Star Squadron No. 37
September 1984
Cover: Mary Marvel vs. Wonder Woman, Captain Marvel vs. Superman, Green Lantern vs. Captain Marvel, Jr.//Rick Hoberg / Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "Lightning In Berlin" (23 pages)
Editor, writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Arvell Jones
Inker: Richard Howell
Letterers: L. Lois Buhalis, Tom Orzechowski
Colorist: Gene D'Angelo
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Batman (next chronological appearance in BATMAN #11 (3rd story), Flash (next chronological appearance in FLASH COMICS #33), Green Lantern, Hawkman, Superman (next chronological appearance in ACTION COMICS #52), Wonder Woman (next appears in issue #45) (the Justice Society of America), Plastic Man)
GS: Marvel Family (Captain Marvel (reunited with Billy Batson in this story; next chronological appearance in CAPTAIN MARVEL ADVENTURES #18 (2nd story); also appears in flashback, chronologically between CAPTAIN MARVEL ADVENTURES #18 (1st story) / last issue), Captain Marvel, Jr. (split apart from and reunited with Freddy Freeman in this story; next chronological appearance in CAPTAIN MARVEL, JR. #2; also appears in flashback, chronologically between CAPTAIN MARVEL ADVENTURES #18 (1st story) / last issue), Mary Marvel (split apart from and reunited with Mary Bromfield Batson in this story; next chronological appearance in CAPTAIN MARVEL ADVENTURES #19; also appears in flashback, chronologically between CAPTAIN MARVEL ADVENTURES #18 (1st story) / last issue)
Supporting Characters: Winston Churchill (next appears in issue #48), Shazam (in flashback; last chronological appearance in CAPTAIN MARVEL ADVENTURES #18; next appears in issue #52)
Villains: Adolf Hitler (next appears in issue #49; also appears in flashback, chronologically between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #209 / last issue), Hans Heinrich Gootsden (next chronological appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #13 / issue #50; also in flashback, chronologically between issue #50 (flashback) / next issue), an SS officer, Shultz (first and only appearance for both), the Nazis
Comment: Story probably takes place February 24-25, 1942.
Synopsis: The Justice Society learns that Captain Marvel has been corrupted by the power of the Spear of Destiny, and, when the non-magical heroes venture with Mary Batson and Freddy Freeman into German territory, find that Hitler is holding Billy Batson hostage.

All-Star Squadron No. 38
October 1984
Cover: Amazing-Man tied to flaming cross by Real American; vignettes of Hourman, Steel, Liberty Belle, Green Lantern, Firebrand II, and Robotman //Rick Hoberg / Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "Detroit Is Dynamite" (20 pages)
Editor, writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Rick Hoberg
Inkers: Bill Collins, Mike DeCarlo
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Gene D'Angelo
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Amazing-Man (last appearance in issue #27), Firebrand II, Hourman, Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle (last appearance for all in issue #35), Green Lantern, Hawkman, Robotman (last appearance in issue #32), Steel (between issues #32 / 50), Tarantula (between issues #32 / 41))
Supporting Characters: Gloria Giles Farley (last appearance in issue #8; last appearance), Gernsback (between issues #32 / 53), Jake Everett (last appearance in issue #23)
Other Character: Bailey (last appearance in issue #18; last appearance)
Cameo appearances: Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Sandman, Dr. Fate, Starman, Spectre, Dr. Mid-Nite, Atom, Adolf Hitler, Douglas MacArthur, Wonder Woman, Deathbolt, Ultra-Humanite (as Dolores Winters), Cyclotron, Captain Marvel, Captain Marvel, Jr., Mary Marvel
Villains: Real American (an android), the Phantom Empire and their leader (Smiley; first appearance for all), a gang of bank robbers, Lady Lorelei (voice only; first and only appearance for all)
Comments: Story takes place February 26, 1942.
 This issue also contains a reproduction of the cover of AMAZING WORLD OF DC COMICS #16, by Marshall Rogers.
Synopsis: When the All-Star Squadron sees a film of a race riot in Detroit in which the purple-robed Phantom Empire tried and failed to set Amazing-Man on fire on a cross, Green Lantern says that they must help the blacks in Detroit to move into their new housing project.  Only Steel demurs, saying he has a mission to rescue his old girlfriend's husband, captive behind enemy lines.

All-Star Squadron No. 39
November 1984
Cover: Amazing-Man and mob vs. Robotman, Firebrand II, Hourman, Liberty Belle, and Johnny Quick //Rick Hoberg / Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "Nobody Gets Out of Paradise Valley Alive" (20 pages)
Editor, writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Rick Hoberg
Inker: Bill Collins
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Gene D'Angelo
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Amazing-Man, Firebrand II, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Hourman, Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, Robotman)
Supporting Characters: Franklin Delano Roosevelt (between issues #36 / 60), Jake Everett, Lula May Everett (last appearance in issue #23), Rachel Lindsay (first appearance)
Villains: Real American, Phantom Empire, and their leader
Comments: This story takes place February 27, 1942.
 This issue also reprints an ad for a Junior Justice Society membership, a membership certificate, and an ad for FLASH COMICS #86.
Synopsis: The All-Star Squadron try to help Amazing-Man aid other blacks in moving into Detroit, but Real American drains Amazing-Man's powers and casts him aside.  Meanwhile, in Washington, Green Lantern and Hawkman fail to persuade President Roosevelt to lend a hand, and fly off to aid their comrades.

All-Star Squadron No. 40
December 1984
Cover: Amazing-Man vs. Real American; vignette of last issue's cover on newspaper page //Arvell Jones / Bradford (signed)
Story: "The Rise and Fall of the Phantom Empire" (21 pages)
Editor, writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Richard Howell
Inker: Bill Collins
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Gene D'Angelo
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Amazing-Man, Firebrand, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Hourman, Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, Robotman)
GS: The Monitor, Lyla (last appearance for both in INFINITY, INC. #5; both next appear in DC COMICS PRESENTS #76)
Supporting Characters: Jake Everett, Lula May Everett, Rachel Lindsay (last appearance for all)
Villains: Real American (destroyed in this story), the Phantom Empire and their leader (last appearance for all)
Comments: This story takes place February 28, 1942.
 This issue also contains a Joe Staton / Bob Layton Justice Society illustration, reprinted from AMAZING WORLD OF DC COMICS #16.
Synopsis: With Hawkman seemingly mesmerized by Real American into joining his cause, the All-Star Squadron must protect Amazing-Man, falsely accused of murdering a white man, from being lynched by a mob.

All-Star Squadron No. 41
January 1985
Cover: Starman, Ted Knight, Doris Lee, Dr. Doog, and crook (vignettes) //Arvell Jones / Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "Catch a Falling Starman" (22 pages)
Editor, plotter, scripter (pgs. 1-3, 22): Roy Thomas
Scripter (pgs. 4-21): Paul Kupperberg
Penciller: Arvell Jones
Inker: Bill Collins
Letterers: L. Lois Buhalis, Clark (?)
Colorist: Gene D'Angelo
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Green Lantern, Hawkman, Hourman, Batman (in flashback; last chronological appearance in DETECTIVE COMICS #50; next chronological appearance in BATMAN #5 (1st story), Starman (last chronological appearance in flashback in next issue; also appears in flashback, his earliest chronological appearance, revealing his origin and preceding his introduction in ADVENTURE COMICS #61, with which he also appears isochronally) (the Justice Society of America), Amazing-Man, Firebrand II, Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, Robotman, Robin (in flashback;  last chronological appearance in DETECTIVE COMICS #50; next chronological appearance in BATMAN #5 (1st story)), Phantom Lady (in flashback; origin retold with added details; first chronological appearance; appears (in part) isochronally with flashback in FREEDOM FIGHTERS #15; next chronological appearance in POLICE COMICS #1), Tarantula (last appearance in issue #38))
Supporting Characters: Doris Lee, Woodley Allen (in flashback; first chronological appearance for both; both next appear in (and isochronally with, in part) ADVENTURE COMICS #61), Sen. Harold Henry Knight (in flashback; isochronally with FREEDOM FIGHTERS #15 (flashback); next chronological appearance in POLICE COMICS #1)
Other Character: Prof. Abraham Davis (in flashback; appears isochronally with ADVENTURE COMICS #61; last appearance)
Villains: Dr. Doog and his gang (in flashback; all appear isochronally with ADVENTURE COMICS #61; all die in this story), a gang of thieves (in flashback; first and only appearance), Ace Diamond and his accomplice (in flashback; both appear isochronally with FREEDOM FIGHTERS #15 (flashback); last appearance for both)
Synopsis: After Firebrand, Green Lantern, and Hawkman save Starman from falling unconscious to his death, Tarantula remembers the origin story the hero provided for John Law's book on super-heroes.  After aiding Batman and Robin somewhat in a case, gaining a gravity rod designed by Professor Abraham Davis from his cousin Sandy, and later learning she had become the crime-fighting Phantom Lady, Ted Knight powered Davis's rod with "unknown cosmic rays", designed a costume, and offered his services to the FBI as Starman.

All-Star Squadron No. 42
February 1985
Cover: Kung, Tsunami, and Sumo vs. Liberty Belle and fallen Amazing-Man, Firebrand II, Starman, Robotman, and Tarantula //Arvell Jones / Rick Magyar (signed)
Story: "Oh, Say, Can't You See?"  (22 pages)
Editor, writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Arvell Jones
Inker: Bill Collins
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Gene D'Angelo
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Green Lantern (next chronological appearance in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #42), Hawkman, Hourman (both next appear in issue #44), Starman (also appears in flashback, chronologically between ADVENTURE COMICS #78 / last issue) (the Justice Society of America), Amazing-Man, Firebrand II, Liberty Belle, Robotman, Tarantula, Johnny Quick (next appears in issue #44))
Supporting Character: Tom Revere (between issues #33 / 45)
Cameo appearances: Nancy Morita, Mrs. Morita, Winston Churchill, Hank Heywood (Steel), the Enlightened One, Manjiro Shimada, Neptune Perkins, Sandman, Manhunter (Paul Kirk), Guardian (all in flashback)
Villains: Prince Daka (first appearance; a counterpart of the Dr. Daka who appeared in the BATMAN 1943 movie serial), Kung (last appearance in issue #9; origin retold in flashback), Sumo (first chronological appearance; origin retold in flashback), Tsunami (last appearance in issue #35), the Japanese forces
Comment: Story takes place March 4, 1942.
 This issue also features a Black Canary pin-up drawn by Michael Hernandez.
Synopsis: Starman recounts how, a night before, he had an encounter with Japanese planes that turned invisible.  Later, the All-Stars are attacked and defeated by Prince Daka and his invisible minions, Sumo, Tsunami, and Kung.

All-Star Squadron No. 43
March 1985
Cover: Tarantula, Amazing-Man, Firebrand II, and Guardian atop Perisphere; Starman vignette //Arvell Jones / Tony DeZuniga
Story: "Ultimate Victory" (21 pages)
Editor, plotter: Roy Thomas
Scripter: Mike Baron
Penciller: Arvell Jones
Inker: Bill Collins
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Gene D'Angelo
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Amazing-Man (next appears in issue #46), Firebrand II, Liberty Belle, Robotman, Starman, Tarantula, Guardian (last appearnce in issue #32))
Cameo appearances: Green Lantern, Hawkman, Johnny Quick, Doiby Dickles
Villains: Prince Daka (last appearance), Tsunami (no longer a villainess by the end of this story; next appears in YOUNG ALL-STARS #1), Kung (next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5), Sumo (next chronological appearance in ALL-NEW COLLECTOR'S EDITION #C-54)
Comments: This story takes place March 4, 1942.
 This issue also contains a Sandman pin-up by Larry Dean and a Justice Society pin-up by Howard Bender.
Synopsis: The All-Star Squadron is saved by the arrival of the Guardian, but Kung takes Liberty Belle prisoner and Daka orders the All-Stars to bring the defeated Tsunami and Starman's gravity rod to the Bronx Zoo at midnight for a trade.

All-Star Squadron No. 44
April 1985
Cover: Night and Fog vs. Tarantula, Firebrand II, Hourman, and Phantom Lady //Arvell Jones / Tony DeZuniga
Story: "Night and Fog" (24 pages)
Editor, plotter: Roy Thomas
Scripter: Paul Kupperberg
Penciller: Arvell Jones
Inker: Pablo Marcos
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Gene D'Angelo
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Paul Dennis (Robotman), Firebrand II, Tarantula (all next appear in issue #46), Carter Hall (Hawkman), Hourman (both between issues #42 / 46), Ted Knight (Starman; next appears in issue #47), Liberty Belle, Johnny Quick (last appearance in issue #42), Phantom Lady (chronologically between POLICE COMICS #12 / 13), Shiera Sanders (Hawkgirl; last chronological appearance in FLASH COMICS #34; next appears in issue #46))
GA: Newsboy Legion (Scrapper, Tommy, Gabby, Big Words; chronologically between STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #11 / 12)
Supporting Character: Emerald Ed Reilly (last appearance in POLICE COMICS #4; dies in this story)
Intro: Lt. McNamara, "Big Mouth", Frank Sinatra, Tommy Dorsey and his band (including Buddy Rich (drums), Phil Stevens (bass), Milton Raskin (piano), Ziggy Elman and Jimmy Zito (trumpets), and Heinie Beau (saxaphone); all of Earth-2; only appearance for all)
Villains: Adolf Hitler (in flashback to December, 1941; chronologically between issues #4 / 50 (flashback)), Night, Fog (first and only appearance for both), a Nazi scientist (in flashback; only appearance)
Comment: Story takes place March 6, 1942.
Synopsis: At a costumed ball, Firebrand's father "Emerald Ed" Reilly is killed by two Nazi super-beings, Night and Fog, for refusing to aid Hitler in delaying war production anymore.  Firebrand and the other All-Stars battle the villains, but are only successful in driving them off.

All-Star Squadron No. 45
May 1985
Cover: Liberty Belle walking away from Green Lantern, Johnny Quick, Wonder Woman, Flash, and Tom Revere's dead hand //Tim Burgard (signed)
Story: "Give Me Liberty, Give Me Death" (21 pages)
Editor, writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Arvell Jones
Inker: Pablo Marcos
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Gene D'Angelo
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Flash (last chronological appearance in FLASH COMICS #34), Green Lantern (last chronological appearance in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #42), Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, Wonder Woman (last appearance in issue #37))
GS: Miss Liberty (in a flashback / dream; last chronological appearance in issue #55; dies in this story)
Supporting Character: Tom Revere (last appearance in issue #45; dies in this story)
Cameo appearances: Starman, Dr. Fate, Robotman, Firebrand II, Hawkman, Tomahawk, Dan Hunter
Villains: Baron Blitzkrieg, Zwerg (last appearance for both in issue #35), Zyklon (first appearance), British and Hessian troops (in flashback)
Comments: This story takes place March 7, 1942.
 This issue also contains an All-Star Squadron pin-up by Arvell Jones and Tim Burgard and a 1942 ad for DC Comics.
Synopsis: After dreaming of the death of Miss Liberty, who was crushed under the Liberty Bell in Revolutionary War times, Liberty Belle and Johnny Quick encounter Baron Blitzkrieg and Zyklon in Philadelphia, where the Nazi villains kill her old friend Tom Revere and steal the Liberty Bell in hopes that it can restore Blitzkrieg's sight.

All-Star Squadron No. 46
June 1985
Cover: Baron Blitzkrieg, Johnny Quick, Hawkgirl, Liberty Belle, and Flash//Arvell Jones / Pablo Marcos (signed)
Story: "Philadelphia, It Tolls For Thee" (22 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Penciller: Arvell Jones
Inker: Pablo Marcos
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Gene D'Angelo
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Flash, Wonder Woman (both next appear in issue #50), Hawkman (between issues #44 / 64), Green Lantern (next chronological appearance in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #42), Hourman (last appearance in issue #44) (the Justice Society of America), Amazing-Man (last appearance in issue #43), Firebrand II, Robotman, Tarantula (last appearance for all in issue #44), Hawkgirl (last appearance in issue #44; next chronological appearance in FLASH COMICS #33), Johnny Quick (next chronological appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #84), Liberty Belle (next appears in issue #50)
Cameo appearances: Atom, Steel, Winston Churchill, Franklin Delano Roosevelt (in flashback)
Villains: Baron Blitzkrieg (next chronological appearance in WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #246), Zyklon (last appearance, but is impersonated by the Flash in WONDER WOMAN #240), Zwerg (last appearance)
Comments: This story takes place March 8, 1942.
 This issue also contains a Dr. Fate pin-up by Todd McFarlane.
 Shortly after this story, in the post-Crisis universe, the All-Star Squadron battles Funnyface in issue #64.
Synopsis: Johnny Quick and Liberty Belle manage to get Zwerg to divulge Baron Blitzkrieg's whereabouts, learning that he hopes to destroy Philadelphia and restore his sight at the same time.  Hawkgirl and Liberty Belle confront Blitzkrieg and Zyklon shortly thereafter.

All-Star Squadron No. 47
July 1985
Cover: Dr. Fate; Kent Nelson and Sven Nelson; Inza Cramer; Nabu; Wotan (vignettes) //Todd McFarlane / Ading Gonzales? (signed)
Story: "The Secret Origin of Doctor Fate" (23 pages)
Editor, writer: Roy Thomas
Pencillers: Mike Clark (pgs. 1, 24), Todd McFarlane (pgs. 2-23)
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Gene D'Angelo
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Amazing-Man, Tarantula (both next appear in issue #50), Dr. Fate (last chronological appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #82; also appears in flashback between (and, in part, isochronally with) his origin story flashbacks in MORE FUN COMICS #67, FIRST ISSUE SPECIAL #9, and DC SPECIAL SERIES #10, and his introduction in MORE FUN COMICS #55), Firebrand II, Robotman, Hourman, Starman (last appearance in issue #44; next chronological appearance in ADVENTURE COMICS #79))
Supporting Characters: Sven Nelson (in flashback; isochronally with flashbacks in MORE FUN COMICS #67, FIRST ISSUE SPECIAL #9, and DC SPECIAL SERIES #10; dies in this story), Nabu the Wise (in flashback; isochronally with flashbacks in MORE FUN COMICS #67, FIRST ISSUE SPECIAL #9, and DC SPECIAL SERIES #10), Inza Cramer (in flashback; first chronological appearance; next chronological appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #55)
Cameo appearance: Hawkman
Villain: Wotan (in flashback; first chronological appearance; next chronological appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #55)
Comment: Story takes place on March 10, 1942, except for Dr. Fate's origin flashbacks, which take place from 1920 to 1940.
Synopsis: On their way to a monthly Justice Society meeting, Starman brings Dr. Fate to the Perisphere headquarters of the All-Star Squadron, where Fate recounts his origin for Tarantula's book about super-heroes.

All-Star Squadron No. 48
August 1985
Cover: Shining Knight confronting Firebrand II, Dr. Fate, and Robotman; Blackhawk vignette //Mike Harris / Tony DeZuniga
Story: "Camelot 1942" (21 pages)
Editor, writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Mike Harris
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Dr. Fate, Firebrand II, Hourman, Robotman), the Blackhawks (Blackhawk, Andre, Chop-Chop, Chuck, Hendrickson, Olaf, and Stanislaus; last chronological appearance in MILITARY COMICS #12; all except Blackhawk next appear in issue #50)
Supporting Character: Winston Churchill (last appearance in issue #37)
Villains: Wotan (last chronological appearance in flashback in next issue), robot duplicates of King Arthur, Merlin, and Round Table knights (first appearance for all)
Comments: This story probably takes place on March 12, 1942.
 This issue also contains a Dr. Mid-Nite pin-up by Mike Clark and Jerry Acerno.
Synopsis: The All-Star Squadron meets with Blackhawk in England and learn from Winston Churchill that the Shining Knight has disappeared in the ancient area of Camelot.  They find the Knight in thrall to a "King Arthur" and his "knights", opposing them, and learn that Dr. Fate's old enemy Wotan is behind the scheme.

All-Star Squadron No. 49
September 1985
Cover: Shining Knight vs. Hourman; vignettes of Wotan, Dr. Fate, Firebrand II, Robotman, and Blackhawk //Mike Harris / Tony DeZuniga (signed)
Story: "Death-Sword At Sunrise" (23 pages)
Editor, writer: Roy Thomas
Penciller: Mike Harris
Inkers: Vince Colletta (pgs. 1-11, 13, 16-23), Tony DeZuniga (pgs. 12, 14, 15)
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Blackhawk, Dr. Fate (next chronological appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #83), Firebrand II, Hourman, Dr. Occult (last appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #32; real name, Osgood Armsby, revealed in next issue), Robotman (next chronological appearance in STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #11), Shining Knight (next chronological appearance in ADVENTURE COMICS #76))
Supporting Character: Winston Churchill (last appearance)
Intro: Wotan's drone beings (in flashback; only appearance)
Cameo appearances: Inza Cramer, Ian Karkull, two foes of Dr. Occult (all in flashback)
Villains: Wotan (next chronological appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #193; also appears in flashback, chronologically between MORE FUN COMICS #70 / last issue), Adolf Hitler (last appearance in issue #37; next appears in ALL-STAR COMICS #13 / issue #60), robot duplicates of King Arthur and his Round Table knights (all destroyed in this story)
Comment: Story takes place around March 12, 1942.
Synopsis: With the All-Stars and an earlier arrival, Dr. Occult, held prisoner, Wotan contacts Adolf Hitler and tells him of his plan to defeat British troops by unleashing the Shining Knight and his Camelot robots upon them.

All-Star Squadron No. 50
October 1985
Cover: Spectre, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Amazing-Man, Harbinger, Firebrand II, Dr. Fate, Steel, Johnny Quick, Phantom Lady, Liberty Belle, and Black Condor //Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "Crisis Point"
 Chapter 1: "Shanghaied Into Hyperspace" (10 pages)
 Chapter 2: "Worlds In Collision" (28 pages)
Editor, writer: Roy Thomas
Pencillers: Mike Clark (pgs. 1-10), Arvell Jones (pgs. 11-38)
Inkers: Vince Colletta (pgs. 1-26), Tony DeZuniga (pgs. 27-38)
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Atom (last chronological appearance in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #42; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 1-5; next appears in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 31-36 / issue #57), Dr. Fate (last chronological appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #84; also appears in flashback, chronologically between last issue and MORE FUN COMICS #83), Dr. Mid-Nite (last chronological appearance in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #42; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 1-5; next appears in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 19-24 / issue #56), Flash (last appearance in issue #46; next chronological appearance in FLASH COMICS #35), Green Lantern (last chronological appearance in GREEN LANTERN (1st series) #5), Hawkman (last chronological appearance in FLASH COMICS #35; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 1-5; next appears in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 6-12 / issue #52), Hourman, Johnny Thunder (last chronological appearance in FLASH COMICS #35; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 1-5; next appears in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 43-38 / issue #58), Sandman (last chronological appearance in WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #7; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 1-5; next appears in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 13-18 / issue #55), Spectre (last chronological appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #77; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 1-5; next appears in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 37-42 / issue #59), Starman (last chronological appearance in ADVENTURE COMICS #78; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 1-5; next appears in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 25-30 / issue #57), Wonder Woman (last appearance in issue #46; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 1-5; next appears in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 49-54 / issue #57) (the Justice Society of America), Black Condor, Ray, Uncle Sam (last appearance for all in issue #35; next chronological appearance for all in flashback in FREEDOM FIGHTERS #10), Doll Man (last chronological appearance in FEATURE COMICS #52; next chronological appearance in FREEDOM FIGHTERS #10 (flashback), Human Bomb (last chronological appearance in POLICE COMICS #12; next chronological appearance in FREEDOM FIGHTERS #10 (flashback)), Phantom Lady (last chronological appearance in POLICE COMICS #12; next chronological appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #107), Manhunter (Dan Richards; last chronological appearance in POLICE COMICS #12; probably dies sometime after this story), Midnight (last appearance in issue #32; probably dies sometime after this story), the Spider (Tom Hallaway; last appearance in CRACK COMICS #30; probably dies sometime after this story), Rod Reilly (Firebrand; last appearance in issue #13; next chronological appearance in FREEDOM FIGHTERS #12 (flashback)) (the Freedom Fighters), Blackhawk (last appearance, except in cameo in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #107; probably dies prior to that story), the Blackhawks (Andre, Chop-Chop, Chuck, Hendrickson, Olaf, Stanislaus; last appearance for all in issue #48; all probably die sometime after this story, but appear in cameo in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #107), Amazing-Man, Tarantula (last appearance for both in issue #47; both next appear in issue #53 / CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5), Dr. Occult (next appears in issue #54), Firebrand II (appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #1), Guardian (last chronological appearnace in STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #12; next appears in issue #54), Johnny Quick (last chronological appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #84; marries Liberty Belle in this story), Liberty Belle (last appearance in issue #46; marries Johnny Quick in this story), Robotman (last chronological appearance in STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #13; next appears in issue #53), Shiera Sanders (Hawkgirl; last appearance in FLASH COMICS #35), Shining Knight (last chronological appearance in ADVENTURE COMICS #77; next appears in issue #53), Steel (last appearance in issue #38; next chronological appearance in INFINITY, INC. #19 (flashback)))
GS: Harbinger (continues from (and appears isochronally with) CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #1)
Supporting Characters: Brad Farley (last appearance in issue #13; last appearance), Inza Cramer (in flashback; chronologically between MORE FUN COMICS #83 / 84), Fiorello LaGuardia (last appearance in issue #21; last appearance), Tubby Watts (chronologically between MORE FUN COMICS #84 / 85)
Other Character: Cara (appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #1; last appearance)
Cameo appearance: Gloria Giles Farley (in flashback)
Villains: Adolf Hitler (in flashback; chronologically between issues #4 / 11), General Samara, Hauptman Schmidt (first and only appearance for both), Hans Heinrich Gootsden (between issues #37 / 57; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13; also appears in flashback, his earliest chronological appearance, preceding his appearane in issue #36), a shadow-demon (appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #1), Hansen, Friedrich, Wilhelm (all appear isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13; all next appear in issue #60 / ALL-STAR COMICS #13), a professor (first appearance; dies in this story)
Comments: This story takes place April 1, 1942, is adapted in part from pages 1-5 of ALL-STAR COMICS #13, and crosses over with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #1.
 This issue also contains redone version of the "cover" of the first All-Star Squadron story in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #193 and of issue #1, both by Rich Buckler and Jerry Ordway.
Synopsis: Eight Justice Society members are captured by Nazi agents working for Hans Heinrich Gootsden and shot into space in eight rockets destined for the other worlds of the solar system.  But the entrance of Harbinger into the Earth-Two universe causes the rockets to travel into eight alternate dimensions, whose planets bear life.  Harbinger snatches Firebrand II away to add to the collection of heroes at the Monitor's satellite, accidentally breaking Steel free and sending him to Earth-One.  Uncle Sam recruits Phantom Lady, Plastic Man, and several other heroes to aid him in the battle against Nazis on Earth-X.  In Boston, Libby Lawrence and Johnny Chambers are no sooner wed than they find Green Lantern asking for their help.  The three of them try to follow Harbinger and Firebrand, but are sent to another universe as the warp phases out.

All-Star Squadron No. 51
November 1985
Cover: Sandy, Dr. Fate, Hourman, and Hawkgirl chained by Oom, Ramulus, Mr. Who, Nyola, and Mr. Mind (in flying microphone); vignette of ALL-STAR COMICS #3 cover //Arvell Jones / Tony DeZuniga
Story: "Monster Society of Evil" (22 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Pencillers: Mike Clark (pgs. 1-21), Arvell Jones (pg. 22)
Inker: Vince Colletta
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Dr. Fate, Hawkgirl, Hourman (all next appear in issue #53), Firebrand II (next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #1, pg. 26), Green Lantern, Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, Sandy (last chronological appearance in WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #7; next appears in issue #53))
GS: Harbinger (next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #1, pg. 20)
GA: Captain Marvel (last chronological appearance in CAPTAIN MARVEL ADVENTURES #19 (second story))
Intro: Lenny Brown (first appearance; dies in this story; named for comics scripter Leonard Brown, namesake of Tower Comics' Dynamo), Velma, Edgar Bergen, Charlie McCarthy (of Earth-Two; only appearance for all)
Cameo appearances: Atom, Sandman, Spectre, Flash, Hawkman
Villains: The Monster Society of Evil (Mr. Mind (first chronological apeparance; next appears in issue #53), Oom (last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #3; next appears in issue #53), Mr. Who (last chronological appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #79; next appears in issue #53), Ramulus (formerly the Nightshade; last appearance in WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #6; next appears in issue #53), Nyola (last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #2; next appears in issue #53; first team appearance)
Comment: Story probably takes place April 1, 1942.
 This issue also contains Al Dellinges's recreation of the cover of ALL-STAR COMICS #13.
 This story crosses over in part with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #1.
Synopsis: Dr. Fate and Hourman, trying to enlist the Justice Society's help in finding the vanished Firebrand, come upon a group of four villains in the JSA headquarters, plus a flying microphone broadcasting the voice of one "Mister Mind".

All-Star Squadron No. 52
December 1985
Cover: Captain Marvel struck by black lightning bolt, Liberty Belle, Green Lantern, Johnny Quick; Hawkman vignette //Arvell Jones / Vince Colletta; Joe Kubert / Al Dellinges (Hawkman vignette)
Story: "From Fear To Eternity" (16 pages)
 "Shanghaied Into Hyperspace": Interlude One (7 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Pencillers: Arvell Jones (pgs. 1-16), Joe Kubert, Al Dellinges (pgs. 17-23)
Inkers: Alfredo Alcala (pgs. 1-16), Joe Kubert, Al Dellinges (pgs. 17-23)
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Green Lantern, Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle (all next appear in next issue / CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5), Hawkman (last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 1-5 / issue #50; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 6-12; next appears in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 55-56 / issue #60))
GS: Captain Marvel (next chronological appearance in CAPTAIN MARVEL ADVENTURES #19 (3rd story), Shazam (last appearance in issue #37; next chronological appearance in ?)
GA: The Seven Deadly Enemies of Man (Pride, Envy, Greed, Hatred, Selfishness, Laziness, Injustice; previous and subsequent chronological appearances undetermined)
Other Characters: Aka, Ysult, Arkanian Tribunal, Horranians (all appear isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13; last appearance for all)
Villains: Shadow-demons (between pgs. 17 / 26 of CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #1), Horra (isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13; last appearance)
Comments:   Story probably takes place April 1-2, 1942.
 This story is adapted in part (pgs. 17-23) from ALL-STAR COMICS #13 and is bannered as a CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS crossover.
Synopsis: On Earth-S, Green Lantern, Liberty Belle, and Johnny Quick must help Captain Marvel against shadow-demons.  Meanwhile, on an alternate version of Saturn, Hawkman helps overthrow a tyrant.

All-Star Squadron No. 53
January 1986
Cover: Superman vs. Mr. Who, Ramulus, Nyola, and Mr. Mind (in flying microphone); vignettes of Mr. Mind, Hawkgirl, Amazing-Man, and Robotman //Mike Clark / Steve Montano (signed)
Story: "Worlds In Turmoil" (23 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Pencillers: Mike Clark (pgs. 1-17), Arvell Jones (pgs. 18-23)
Inkers: Vince Colletta (pgs. 1-17), Tony DeZuniga (pgs. 18-23)
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Amazing-Man, Tarantula (last appearance for both in issue #50; both also appear in flash-forward on pgs. 19-23, which takes place after their appearances in next issue, isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / pg. 17, panel 4 of next issue, and continues in issue #57), Crimson Avenger (last chronological appearnce in DETECTIVE COMICS #69; next chronological appearance in LEADING COMICS #4 / issue #56), Dr. Fate (see also under GS listing), Hawkgirl, Hourman, Sandy (last appearance for all in issue #51), Dr. Occult, Robotman, Shining Knight (last appearance for all in issue #50), Green Lantern (see also under GS listing), Johnny Quick (appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / pg. 17, panel 4 of next issue; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #6), Liberty Belle (appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / pg. 17, panel 5 of next issue; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #7 / INFINITY, INC. #23), Superman (last chronological appearance in SUPERMAN #18 (4th story)))
GS: Justice Society of America (Atom (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / INFINITY, INC. #22, appears isochronally with pg. 21 of CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #6), Dr. Fate (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5, pgs. 7-12 / INFINITY, INC. #22, pgs. 1-11; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5, pgs. 19-20; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #9), Flash, Wildcat (last appearance for both in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5, pgs. 7-12 / INFINITY, INC. #22, pgs. 1-11; both appear isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5, pgs. 19-21; both next appear in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #6), Green Lantern (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / INFINITY, INC. #22; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #6), Johnny Thunder (last appearance in INFINITY, INC. #21; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / INFINITY, INC. #22; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #7) and his Thunderbolt (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #220; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #9), Power Girl (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5, pgs. 7-12 / INFINITY, INC. #22; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5, pg. 19-22; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #7 / INFINITY, INC. #24)), the Outsiders (Batman of Earth-One (last appearance in SAGA OF THE SWAMP THING #44; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / INFINITY, INC. #22 / SWAMP THING #46; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #7), Black Lightning (last appearance in NEW TEEN TITANS (2nd series) #13, pg. 19; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / INFINITY, INC. #22 / SWAMP THING #46; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA ANNUAL #3), Geo-Force (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #4; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA ANNUAL #3), Katana (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 #6)), Justice League of America (Elongated Man (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #244; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / INFINITY, INC. #22 / SWAMP THING #46; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA ANNUAL #3), Zatanna (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #4; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA ANNUAL #3), Red Tornado II (between CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #4 / 8; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5), Superman (of Earth-One; last appearance in DC COMICS PRESENTS #86; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / SWAMP THING #46 / INFINITY, INC. #22; next appears in SUPERMAN #410)), Legion of Super-Heroes (Brainiac 5 (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #4; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / INFINITY, INC. #22; next appears in LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES (3rd series) #13), Colossal Boy (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #2; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / INFINITY, INC. #22; next appears in LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES (3rd series) #14), Mon-El (between LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES (3rd series) #11 / 13; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5), Supergirl (between CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #4 / 6; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / INFINITY, INC. #22 / next issue, pg. 17, panel 4), Ultra Boy (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #4; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / INFINITY, INC. #22; next appears in LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES (3rd series) #13)), Blue Beetle (appearance here in error; Blue Beetle is not among the heroes drawn to the Monitor's satellite in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5), Captain Comet (last appearance in DC COMICS PRESENTS #22; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #10), Cyborg (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #4; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / SWAMP THING #46; next appears in NEW TEEN TITANS (2nd series) #13, pg. 22), Green Arrow (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5, pgs. 7-12 / INFINITY, INC. #22, pgs. 1-11; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5, pg. 21 / next issue, pg. 17, panel 4; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #7 / INFINITY, INC. #23), 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 / INFINITY, INC. #22; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #7), Harbinger (last appearance in INFINITY, INC. #21; appears isochronally with next issue, pg. 17, panel 4 / CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / INFINITY, INC. #22; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #6), Harlequin (last appearance in INFINITY, INC. #21; appears isochronally with INFINITY, INC. #22; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #9), Jade (between INFINITY, INC #21 / 23; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / INFINITY, INC. #22), Nuklon (last appearance in INFINITY, INC. #21; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / INFINITY, INC. #22; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #7), Jonni Thunder (last appearance in JONNI THUNDER #4; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / INFINITY, INC. #22; next appears in INFINITY, INC. #23), Jericho (between pages 19 / 22 of NEW TEEN TITANS (2nd series) #13; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5), Yolanda Montez (last appearance in INFINITY, INC. #21; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; next appears, as Wildcat II, in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #6), Pariah (between pages 5 / 22 of CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5, pgs. 7-11 / INFINITY, INC. #22), Swamp Thing (between pgs. 7 / 11 of SWAMP THING #46; appears isochronally with SWAMP THING #46, pgs. 8-10 / CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5)
Supporting Character: Gernsback (last appearance in issue #38)
Cameo appearances: Hawkman, Dr. Mid-Nite, Spectre, Wonder Woman, Sandman, Starman, Sargon, Mr. Terrific, Batman, Wildcat, Zatara, Air Wave I, TNT, Dan the Dyna-Mite, Aquaman, Captain Marvel
Villains: Monster Society of Evil (Dummy (last chronological appearance in LEADING COMICS #1; joins the Monster Society in this story), Mr. Mind (last appearance in issue #51; next chronological appearance in CAPTAIN MARVEL ADVENTURES #22, behind the scenes), Mr. Who, Nyola, Oom, Ramulus (last appearance for all in issue #51), Deathbolt (last appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / INFINITY, INC. #22; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #6), Per Degaton (last appearance in flashback in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #4; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #6), Star Sapphire (Carol Ferris; last appearance in GREEN LANTERN (2nd series) #193; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #6), Per Degaton (between CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / 6)
Comments: This story crosses over with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5, INFINITY, INC. #22, and (to a lesser degree) SWAMP THING #46.
 This story takes place around April 3, 1942, except for the Crisis portion, which takes place in 1985.
 Certain entries in the "GS" poriton correct previously incomplete or incorrect entries in the OFFICIAL CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS INDEX and the OFFICIAL CRISIS CROSSOVER INDEX.
 The battle with Red Tornado, in which Wildcat's legs are crippled, is said in this story to have taken place on "the surface of July, 1985 Earth-One".  However, in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #6, the Atom, the injured Wildcat, and Yolanda Montez are in or near an apartment on Earth-2, a fact corroborated by INFINITY, INC. #22 when Yolanda becomes the new Wildcat of that Earth.  This contradiction is unexplained, though it is possible that the Atom carried Wildcat (and was followed by Yolanda) through a "bridge zone" between Earths.
 Harbinger's mission for Green Lantern, Power Girl, Johnny Quick, Per Degaton, Deathbolt, and Star Sapphire is never revealed, and is probably aborted when Brainiac abducts the  three villains in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #6.
Synopsis: The Dummy is inducted into the Monster Society because Mr. Mind thinks he looks like his idol Charlie McCarthy.  Superman learns from the All-Star Squadron of the abscence of the JSA, and Oom returns from the Moon, declaring himself the Monster Society's leader.  In hyperspace, Johnny Quick and Liberty Belle meet with a large mass of displaced heroes and learn of the Crisis on Infinite Earths.

All-Star Squadron No. 54
February 1986
Cover: Oom vs. Batman, Hourman, Green Lantern, Flash, Amazing-Man, and Tarantula //Mike Clark / Tony DeZuniga?
Story: "The Crisis Comes to 1942 (and Vice Versa)" (23 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Pencillers: Mike Clark (pgs. 1-6, 8-17), Joe Acerno (pg. 7), Arvell Jones (pgs. 18-23)
Inkers: Alfredo Alcala (pgs. 1-6, 8-17), Joe Acerno (pg. 7), Vince Colletta (pgs. 18-23)
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Batman (last chronological appearance in fourth story in BATMAN #12; next chronologically appears in WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #7), Dr. Fate, Green Lantern, Hourman, Superman (all next appear in issue #57), Flash (last chronological appearance in FLASH COMICS #35; next appears in issue #58) (the Justice Society of America), Amazing-Man, Tarantula (both appear isochronally with pgs. 19-23 of last issue / CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; both next appear in issue #57), Robin (last chronological appearance in fourth story in BATMAN #12; next chronologically appears in WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #7), Dr. Occult, Hawkgirl, Robotman, Sandy, Tarantula (all next appear in issue #57), Firebrand II (appears on pg. 17, panel 4 isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / INFINITY, INC. #22; continues from there into pg. 18 of this issue), Guardian (between issues #50 / 59), Shining Knight (near appears in LEADING COMICS #4 / issue #56), Johnny Quick (appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / last issue; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #6), Liberty Belle (appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / last issue; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #7 / INFINITY, INC. #23))
GS: Atom, Nuklon (both in flashback; within CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / INFINITY, INC. #22), Black Pirate, Black Pirate II (both last seen in DC COMICS PRESENTS #48), Blok (last appearance in LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES (3rd series) #12; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / INFINITY, INC. #22; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #6), Blue Beetle (appearance here still in error), Creeper (last appearance in BLUE DEVIL ANNUAL #1; apppears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / INFINITY, INC. #22 / SWAMP THING#46; next appears in DC COMICS PRESENTS #88), Don Caballero, Roving Ranger (Jeff Graham; last appearance for both in ALL-STAR WESTERN #65), Firestorm (between CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #4 / 7; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5), Green Arrow, Harbinger, and Supergirl (see respective entries for last issue), Golden Gladiator (Marcus; last appearance in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #6), J'onn J'onzz (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #244; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / INFINTY, INC. #22; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #6), Alex Luthor (between pgs. 5 / 22 of CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; appears isochronally with pgs. 7-12 of CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / INFINITY, INC. #22 / SWAMP THING #46), Miss Liberty, Jon the Viking Prince (last appearance for both in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #160), Plastic Man (of Earth-One; between DC COMICS PRESENTS #39 / 93; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / INFINITY, INC. #22), Silent Knight (Brian Kent; last appearance in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #22), Star-Spangled Kid (between INFINITY, INC. #21 / 23; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / INFINITY, INC. #22), Sun Boy (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #3; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / INFINITY, INC. #22; next appears in LEGION OF SUPER-HEROES (3rd series) #13), Super-Chief (Flying Stag; last appearance in ALL-STAR WESTERN #119), the Trigger Twins (Walt and Wayne Trigger; last appearance for both in ALL-STAR WESTERN #116), Valda (last appearance in ARAK #50), Wonder Woman (last appearance in INFINITY, INC. #21; appears isochronally with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / INFINITY, INC. #22; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #9)
Supporting Characters: Gernsback (next appears in issue #58), Joan Williams (last chronological appearance in ?; next chronological appearance in ?)
Cameo appearances: Spectre, Starman, Hawkman, Sandman, Johnny Thunder, Dr. Mid-Nite, Plastic Man, Ray, Black Condor, Doll Man, Phantom Lady, Tomahawk, Dan Hunter (all in flashbacks)
Villains: Monster Society of Evil (Oom (dies in this story), Dummy (next chronological appearance in ACTION COMICS #58), Mr. Who (next chronological appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #91), Nyola, Ramulus (last appearance for both))
Comments: Story probably takes place April 4, 1942, except for Crisis portion, which takes place
in July, 1985.
 This story crosses over with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5, INFINITY, INC. #22, last issue, and (to a lesser degree) SWAMP THING #46.
Synopsis: In 1942, the Monster Society of Evil assaults the All-Star Squadron in their Perisphere headquarters.  In 1985, near Earth-One's Cape Canaveral Space Center, Firebrand finds herself in command of a time-lost brigade of heroes, and learns that Harbinger has dispatched them there to save the Cape from an attack by Indians.

All-Star Squadron No. 55
March 1986
Cover: Firebrand, Walt Trigger, Super-Chief, Miss Liberty, Silent Knight, Black Pirate I and II, and Valda breaking through July, 1985 calendar onto Cape Canaveral; Sandman vignette //Arvell Jones / Tony DeZuniga
Story: "Crisis At Canaveral" (16 pages)
 "Shanghaied Into Hyperspace: Interlude Two" (6 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Pencillers: Arvell Jones (pgs. 1-16), Tim Burgard (pgs. 17-23)
Inkers: Vince Colletta (pgs. 1-16), Tim Burgard (pgs. 17-23)
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: Firebrand II (next appears in issue #57), Sandman (last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 1-5 / issue #50; appears isochronally with pgs. 13-18 of ALL-STAR COMICS #13; next appears in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 55-56 / issue #60)
GS: Arak (last appearance in ARAK #50; last appearance), Black Pirate I, Black Pirate II, Don Caballero, Golden Gladiator, Jon the Viking Prince, Roving Ranger, Silent Knight, Super-Chief, Trigger Twins, Valda (last appearance for all), Cyclotron (between panels 4 / 5 of pg. 25 of ALL-STAR SQUADRON ANNUAL #2), Miss Liberty (next chronological appearance in issue #45), Strong Bow (last appearance in ALL-STAR WESTERN #99; last appearance)
Supporting Character: Dr. Terri Rothstein (last appearasnce in INFINITY, INC. #15; last appearance)
Other Characters: Ulala and other Uranians (all appear isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13; last appearance for all)
Cameo appearances: Ultra-Humanite (in Dolores Winters's body), Hawkman, Liberty Belle, Green Lantern, Johnny Quick
Villains: Ultra-Humanite (between CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5 / 10) and his gang (first and only appearance for all), Kale (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #209; last appearance), Kafta and his aide (both appear isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13; last appearance for both)
Comments: Story takes place in July, 1985, except for Sandman's portion of the story, which takes place on April 4, 1942.
 Sandman's portion of this story is adapted from ALL-STAR COMICS #13.
 This issue is billed as a CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS crossover.
Synopsis: The sight of Firebrand saving Strong Bow from falling to his death unites the time-lost whites and Indians, who make common cause against phony NASA "guards" who are in the pay of the Ultra-Humanite.  Back in 1942, Sandman helps the king of a parallel Uranus to overcome a villain named Kafta.

All-Star Squadron No. 56
April 1986
Cover: Shining Knight, Vigilante, Green Arrow, Crimson Avenger, Speedy, Star-Spangled Kid, and Stripesy vs. Sixth Sense //Mike Clark / Tony DeZuniga
Story: "The Sinister Secret of the Sixth Sense" (19 pages)
 "Shanghaied Into Hyperspace: Interlude Three" (5 pages)
Editor, writer: Roy Thomas
Pencillers: Mike Clark (pgs. 1-19), Mike Harris (pgs. 20-24)
Inkers: Vince Colletta (pgs. 1-19), Tony DeZuniga (pgs. 20-24)
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Crimson Avenger (between issues #53 / 59; appears isochronally with LEADING COMICS #4), Green Arrow, Speedy (last chronological appearance for both in MORE FUN COMICS #83; both appear isochronally with LEADING COMICS #4; both next appear in issue #59), Shining Knight (between issues #54 / 59; appears isochronally with LEADING COMICS #4; next appears in issue #59), Star-Spangled Kid, Stripesy (last chronological appearance for both in STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #12; both appear isochronally with LEADING COMICS #4; both next appear in issue #59), Vigilante (last chronological appearance in ACTION COMICS #53; appears isochronally with LEADING COMICS #4; next appears in issue #59), Wing (last chronological appearance in DETECTIVE COMICS #69; appears isochronally with LEADING COMICS #4; next appears in issue #59) (the Seven Soldiers of Victory), Dr. Mid-Nite (last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 1-5 / issue #50; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 19-24; next appears in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 55-56 / issue #60))
Supporting Character: Billy Gunn (chronologically between ACTION COMICS #53 / 54; appears isochronally with LEADING COMICS #4), Mr. and Mrs. John Pemberton (both chronologically between STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #12 / 13)
Other Characters: Mickey Gordon, Alice Howard, Donald Coty, Karl Dennison, Percival Dennison, Grapplo, Iron Head (all appear isochronally with LEADING COMICS #4; last appearance for all), Hydara and the Neptunians (all appear isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13; last appearance for all)
Cameo appearances: Wonder Woman, Hawkman, Sandman
Villains: The Sixth Sense (Dr. Brett), Eagle-Eye Nelson, Fingers O'Fallon, the Bloodhound, Leo Palate (all appear isochronally with LEADING COMICS #4; all die in this story)
Comments: Story probably takes place on April 4-5, 1942.
 Pages 1-19 of this story, featuring the Seven Soldiers of Victory, are adapted from LEADING COMICS #4. Pages 20-24, featuring Dr. Mid-Nite, are adapted from ALL-STAR COMICS #13.
 This issue is bannered as a CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS crossover.
Synopsis: The Shining Knight summons the Seven Soldiers of Victory to deal with the minions of the Sixth Sense, who increases one sense apiece of his cohorts so they can carry off spectacular robberies for him.  On a parallel version of Neptune, Dr. Mid-Nite helps save a race of plant-people from a plague of measles, which is fatal to them.

All-Star Squadron No. 57
May 1986
Cover: Atom, Starman, and Wonder Woman; vignettes of Superman, Batman, Hourman, Hawkgirl, and Flash //Mike Clark / Joe Acerno (signed)
Story: "Kaleidoscope" (22 pages)
Editor, writer: Roy Thomas
Pencillers: Mike Clark (pgs. 1-3, 22), Rick Hoberg (pgs. 4-9), Arvell Jones (pgs. 10-15), Richard Howell (pgs. 16-21)
Inkers: Vince Colletta (pgs. 1-3, 22), Rick Hoberg (pgs. 4-9), Alfredo Alcala (pgs. 10-15), Richard Howell (pgs. 16-21)
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Atom (last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 1-5 / issue #50; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 31-36; next appears in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 55-56 / issue #60), Dr. Fate, Green Lantern, Hourman, Superman (last appearance for all in issue #54), Starman (last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 1-5, issue #50; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 25-30; next appears in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 55-56 / issue #60), Wonder Woman (last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 1-5, issue #50; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 49-54; next appears in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 55-56 / issue #60) (the Justice Society of America), Amazing-Man, Tarantula (last appearance for both in issue #53), Hawkgirl, Robotman, Sandy (last appearance for all in issue #54), Dr. Occult (between issues #54 / 58), Firebrand II (last appearance in issue #55), Johnny Quick (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #6), Liberty Belle (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #7 / INFINITY, INC. #23))
Supporting Characters: Aphrodite (last chronological appearance in SENSATION COMICS #6; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13; next chronological appearance in WONDER WOMAN #3), Queen Desira, Venusians (all appear isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13; all next chronologically appear in SENSATION COMICS #11)
Other Characters: Martians, Jovians (all appear isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13; last appearance for all)
Villains: Hans Heinrich Gootsden (last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 1-5 / issue #50; next appears in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 55, 56 / issue #60), an assistant (first and only appearance), Butor and his Northern Martians, Solaris and his Comet Men (all appear isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13; last appearance for all)
Comments: Story probably takes place on April 5-6, 1942.
 Story is adapted from ALL-STAR COMICS #13 and crosses over with CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5-6.
Synopsis: Liberty Belle, Johnny Quick, Firebrand, Amazing-Man, and Tarantula return to 1942 with no memory of their participation in the Crisis on Infinite Earths.  To learn what became of the missing JSA members, Dr. Fate boosts Dr. Occult's magic talisman powers, and Occult relates the Atom's battle to save Southern Martians from a North Martian tyrant, Sandman's efforts to free the robotic Jovians from the living Great Red Spot, and Wonder Woman's battle alongside Queen Desira and her Venusians against Solaris and his Meteor Men.

All-Star Squadron No. 58
June 1986
Cover: Firebrand II, Dr. Fate, Green Lantern, Johnny Quick, Robotman, and Mekanique //Arvell Jones / Tony DeZuniga (signed)
Story: "I Sing the Body Electric" (16 pages)
 "Shanghaied Into Hyperspace: Interlude Seven" (6 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Pencillers: Arvell Jones (pgs. 1-16), Mike Clark (pgs. 17-22)
Inkers: Vince Colletta (pgs. 1-16), Jerry Acerno (pgs. 17-22)
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Dr. Fate, Green Lantern, Hourman, Flash (last chronological appearance in FLASH COMICS #35), Johnny Thunder (last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 1-5 / issue #50; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 43-48; next appears in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 55-56 / issue #60) and his Thunderbolt (last appearance in FLASH COMICS #?; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 43-48; next appears in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 55-56 / issue #60), Superman (next chronological appearance in WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #7) (the Justice Society of America), Amazing-Man, Firebrand II, Hawkgirl, Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, Robotman, Sandy, Tarantula)
Supporting Characters: Gernsback, Chuck Grayson (last chronological appearance in STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #?), Joan Carter (in flashback; chronologically between STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #? / ?)
Intro: Dorothy Wilson, Alma Mae Wilson, Larry Katz, Sam Fenner, Buzzy Jackson (only appearance for all)
Other Characters: Natha and his wife (two giant ants of Mercury; appear isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13; last appearance for both)
Cameo appearances: Humphrey Bogart, Sydney Greenstreet, Peter Lorre, Mary Astor (in a MALTESE FALCON movie poster), Hawkman, Spectre, Sandman, Starman, Dr. Mid-Nite, Atom, Wonder Woman
Villains: Mekanique (last chronological appearance in issue #60 (flashback)), the Hungry Ones (giant anteaters; appear isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13; die in this story)
Comments: This story probably takes place around April 12, 1942.
 As explained in THE OFFICIAL CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS CROSSOVER INDEX, this issue is an "unofficial" Crisis crossover.
 Pages 17-22 of this story are adapted from pages 43-48 of ALL-STAR COMICS #13.
Synopsis: A damaged golden robot with apparent amnesia lands in 1942, makes her way to the Perisphere, and attacks the All-Star Squadron.  Dr. Fate defeats her, but Robotman stops his assault, stating that the robot-woman could be as "human" as himself, and sets off to repair her.  In a parallel universe, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt help giant intelligent ants on Mercury overcome their giant aardvark nemeses.

All-Star Squadron No. 59
July 1986
Cover: Mekanique; vignettes of Johnny Thunder, Starman, Hawkman, Dr. Mid-Nite, Wonder Woman, Atom, Spectre, Hourman, Thunderbolt, Sandman, Air Wave, Dan the Dyna-Mite, Batman, Robin, Robotman, Amazing-Man, Wildcat, Mr. America, Vigilante, Dr. Fate, Guardian, TNT, Mr. Terrific, Stripesy, Star-Spangled Kid, Shining Knight, Crimson Avenger, Firebrand II, Flash, Wing, Green Lantern, Tarantula, Zatara, Whip, Superman, Liberty Belle, Johnny Quick, Speedy, Green Arrow, Manhunter (Paul Kirk), Sargon, Hawkgirl, Aquaman, Sandy //Arvell Jones / Tony DeZuniga
Story: "Out of the Ashes--Mekanique" (16 pages)
 "Shanghaied Into Hyperspace: Interlude Eight" (7 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Pencillers: Arvell Jones (pgs. 1-16), Ron Harris (pgs. 17-23)
Inkers: Vince Colletta (pgs. 1-11), Tony DeZuniga (pgs. 12-16), Mike Gustovich (pgs. 17-23)
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Dr. Fate, Flash, Green Lantern, Hourman, Superman, Batman (last chronological appearance in WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #7), Spectre (last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 1-5 / issue #50; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 37-42; next appears in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 55-56 / next issue) (the Justice Society of America), Crimson Avenger, Green Arrow, Shining Knight, Speedy, Star-Spangled Kid, Stripesy, Vigilante, Wing (the Seven Soldiers of Victory; last appearance for all in issue #56 / LEADING COMICS #4), Air Wave (last chronological appearance in DETECTIVE COMICS #68), Amazing-Man, Firebrand II, Hawkgirl, Johnny Quick, Liberty Belle, Robotman, Sandy, Tarantula, Aquaman (last chronological appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #83), Robin (last chronological appearance in WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #7), Dr. Occult (last appearance in issue #57), Dan the Dyna-Mite, TNT (last chronological appearance for both in STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #13), Guardian (last appearance in issue #54), Manhunter (Paul Kirk; last chronological appearance in ADVENTURE COMICS #79), Mr. America (last chronological appearance in ACTION COMICS #51), Mr. Terrific, Wildcat (last chronological appearance for both in SENSATION COMICS #10), Sargon (last chronological appearance in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #43), Whip (last chronological appearance in FLASH COMICS #34), Zatara (last chronological appearance in ACTION COMICS #53))
Supporting Character: Chuck Grayson
Other Characters: Fanna, Frevor, and other Plutonians (all appear isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13; last appearance for all)
Cameo appearances: Hawkman, Starman, Johnny Thunder, Sandman, Wonder Woman, Dr. Mid-Nite, Atom, Little Boy Blue and his Blue Boys
Villains: Mekanique (named in this story), the Furred Ones (appear isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13; last appearance)
Synopsis: A general meeting of the All-Star Squadron draws most of the costumed heroes in America, including Aquaman.  The Squadron, divided on what to do about Mekanique, hold a vote as to whether to allow Robotman and Chuck Grayson to keep working on the woman-robot, or to take her out of his hands. The vote goes against Robotman, but the Squadron finds it a hard decision to enforce.  Meanwhile, on an alternate Pluto, the Spectre makes peace between two warring races.

All-Star Squadron No. 60
August 1986
Cover: Hawkman, Spectre, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Starman, Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite, Wonder Woman, and Sandman before flying rockets //Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "The End of the Beginning" (22 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Pencillers: Mike Clark (pgs. 1-7), Arvell Jones (pgs. 8-22)
Inkers: Vince Colletta (pgs. 1-12), Tony DeZuniga (pgs. 13-22)
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: All-Star Squadron (Atom (last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 31-36 / issue #57; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 55, 56; next chronological appearance in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #44), Batman (next chronological appearance in DETECTIVE COMICS #69; see Comment below), Dr. Fate (next chronological appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #85), Dr. Mid-Nite (last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 19-24 / issue #56; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 55, 56; next chronological appearance in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #44), Flash (next chronological appearance in FLASH COMICS #35), Green Lantern (next chronological appearance in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #44), Hawkman (last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 6-12 / issue #52; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 55, 56; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 55-56; next chronological appearance in FLASH COMICS #35), Hourman (next chronological appearance in ADVENTURE COMICS #80), Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt (last appearance for both in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 43-48 / issue #58; both appear isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 55, 56; next chronological appearance for both in FLASH COMICS #35), Sandman (last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 13-18; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 55, 56; next chronological appearance in ADVENTURE COMICS #80), Spectre (last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 37-42 / last issue; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 55, 56; next chronological appearance in ADVENTURE COMICS #80), Starman (last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 25-30 / issue #57; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 55, 56; next chronological appearance in ADVENTURE COMICS #80), Superman (next chronological appearance in ACTION COMICS #54; see Comment below), Wonder Woman (last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 49-54 / issue #57; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 55, 56; next chronological appearance in WONDER WOMAN #2; see Comment below) (the Justice Society of America), Crimson Avenger, Wing (next chronological appearance for both in DETECTIVE COMICS #69), Green Arrow, Speedy (next chronological appearnce for both in MORE FUN COMICS #85), Star-Spangled Kid, Stripesy (next chronological appearance for both in STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #14), Shining Knight (next chronological appearance in ADVENTURE COMICS #80), Vigilante (next chronological appearance in ACTION COMICS #54) (the Seven Soldiers of Victory), Black Condor (chronologically between CRACK COMICS #28 / 29), Doll Man (last chronological appearance in FEATURE COMICS #60; next chronological appearance in DOLL MAN #3), Human Bomb, Phantom Lady, Plastic Man (all chronologically between POLICE COMICS #12 / 13), Jester, Ray (both chronologically between SMASH COMICS #36 / 37), Uncle Sam (last chronological appearance in NATIONAL COMICS #25; next chronological appearance in UNCLE SAM QUARTERLY #1) (the Freedom Fighters; see Comment below), Air Wave, Robin (both next chronologically appear in DETECTIVE COMICS #69; see Comment below for Robin),  Amazing-Man (last appearance), Zatara (next chronological appearance in ACTION COMICS #54), Dan the Dyna-Mite, Guardian, Robotman, TNT (all next chronologically appear in STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #14), Dr. Occult (next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #11), Firebrand, Liberty Belle, Tarantula (last appearance for all; New Earth Firebrand, Liberty Belle, and Tarantula appear in next issue), Johnny Quick (next chronological appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #85), Hawkgirl, Whip (both next chronologically appear in FLASH COMICS #35), Manhunter (Paul Kirk), Sandy (both next chronologically appear in ADVENTURE COMICS #80), Mr. Terrific, Wildcat (both next chronologically appear in SENSATION COMICS #11), Sargon (next chronological appearance in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #44))
Supporting Characters: Franklin Delano Roosevelt (last appearance in issue #39; next appears in ALL-NEW COLLECTOR'S EDITION #C-54), Chuck Grayson (next chronologial appearance in STAR-SPANGLED COMICS #14)
Intro: Rotwang, Freder and his father, Maria, workers of Metropolis (in flashback; from Fritz Lang's 1926 film, METROPOLIS), Alice and her parents, Fred, Admiral Higby (only appearance for all)
Cameo appearance: Harbinger
Villains: Mekanique (origin revealed in flashback, her first chronological appearance; continues from Fritz Lang's movie METROPOLIS into issue #58; next appears in INFINITY, INC. #19), Adolf Hitler (last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 1-5; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 55-56; next chronological appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #14), Hans Heinrich Gootsden (last appearance in issue #57; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 55, 56; last appearance), Hansen, Friedrich, Wilhelm (last appearnce for all in ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 1-5 / issue #50; all appear isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 55, 56; last appearance for all)
Comments: Story takes place April 13, 1942.
 This story is an "unofficial" (non-bannered) CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS crossover, as Mekanique uses her powers to allow Earth-Two to merge with the New DC Earth.
 In this story, Superman, Batman, Robin, Green Arrow, Speedy, Aquaman, and Wonder Woman vanish from existence, even though Superman and Wonder Woman still exist on other planes of being, and Green Arrow and Speedy are shown on the last page, on the New DC Earth timeline.  However, on the original Earth-Two timeline, no such event took place, and their continuity continues.  From this point onward, the adventures in ALL-STAR SQUADRON and YOUNG ALL-STARS take place on the New DC Earth.  Also, since Earth-X has been rendered nonexistent, all the former Freedom Fighters (including Red Bee, who is not featured in this story, but is confirmed as alive at this point, in WHO'S WHO #19) are again members of the All-Star Squadron, and are tracked in this index in accordance with their time-positions in Quality Comics.  Since World War II was won by the Allies on the new DC Earth, the adventures of the Qulaity Comics heroes may be considered New DC Earth stories, though such has not yet been proven.  These heroes (the Human Bomb, Uncle Sam, Doll Man, Phantom Lady, Plastic Man, Black Condor, Ray, and Jester) appear in this story only in a photograph on page 22.
 This story is adapted in part from ALL-STAR COMICS #13, pgs. 55-56.  Page 19 is adapted from and summarizes the plot of Fritz Lang's 1926 movie METROPOLIS, from which Mekanique, originally the robot-Maria, was derived.
Synopsis: The Spectre and Johnny Thunder's Thunderbolt bring the JSA'ers back to Earth, where they track down Hans Gootsden and his allies and hand them over to the FBI.  Back at Chuck Grayson's lab, Mekanique faces off against the All-Stars, protecting herself with a "neutron shield".

All-Star Comics No. 13
October-November 1942
Cover: Starman, Dr. Mid-Nite, Spectre, Atom, Wonder Woman, Johnny Thunder, Sandman, and Hawkman observing rockets in flight //Jack Burnley
Story: "Shanghaied Into Space" (56 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writers: Gardner Fox (pgs. 1-48, 55, 56), William Moulton Marston (pgs. 49-54)
Artists: Jack Burnley (pgs. 1-5, 25-30, 55, 56), Sheldon Moldoff (pgs. 6-12), Cliff Young (pgs. 13-18), Stanley Asch (pgs. 19-24, 43-48), Joe Gallagher (pgs. 31-36), Bernard Baily (pgs. 37-42), Harry G. Peter (pgs. 49-54)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Sandman, Spectre, Starman, Wonder Woman; last appearance for all in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #50; all appear isochronally with ALL-STAR SQUADRON #50, 52, 55-59; all next appear in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #60)
Supporting Characters: Aphrodite (last appearance in SENSATION COMICS #6; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR SQUADRON #57; next appears in WONDER WOMAN #3), Desira, Venusians (first appearance for all; all appear isochronally with ALL-STAR SQUADRON #57; all next appear in SENSATION COMICS #11)
Intro: Aka, the Akara Tribunal, other Saturnians, Ysult, Ulala, Royal Astronomer, other Uranians, Hydara, Neptunians, Jovians, Kagar, Fodor, Martians, Fanna, the Thin Ones of Pluto, Natha and other Ant Beings of Mercury (first appearance for all; all appear isochronally with ALL-STAR SQUADRON #52, 55-59)
Villains: Adolf Hitler (last chronological appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #49; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR SQUADRON #60), Joseph Goebbels (of Earth-Two; first appearance;  last chronological appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #36; last appearance?) Hermann Goering (of Earth-Two; first appearance; last chronological appearance  in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #36), Hans Heinrich Gootsden (first appearance; first name revealed in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #36; middle name revealed in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #50; last chronological appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #37; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR SQUADRON #50 and 60), Hansen, Friedrich, Wilhelm (all named in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #50; first appearance for all; all appear isochronally with ALL-STAR SQUADRON #50 and 60), a Japanese officer, Hora, Kafia, the Great Red Spot of Jupiter, Butor, the Furred Ones, Solaris and his Meteor Men (first appearance for all; all appear isochronally with ALL-STAR SQUADRON #52, 55-59), the Hungry One (a giant anteater; first appearance; appears isochronally with ALL-STAR SQUADRON #58; dies in this story)
Comments: The Justice Society is known as the Justice Battalion in this story.
 Wonder Woman becomes secretary of the Justice Society in this story.
 As explained in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #50, Hans Heinrich Gootsden has actually obtained the rockets with spirit away the Justice Society members from the Monitor.  Thus, this issue is an unofficial CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS crossover.  The JSA members are taken to planets in a universe parallel to that of Earth-Two, which are inhabited, unlike the other worlds in Earth's solar system.
 This story is retold in adaptation in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #50, 52, 55-60.
 Story takes place April 1-12, 1942.
Synopsis: To remove the Justice Society of America as obstacles, Adolf Hitler has his scientist aide Hans Gootsden rocket them individually to eight planets in a parallel solar system, on each of which they help the natives deal with menaces to their worlds.

All-Star Comics No. 14
December 1942 / January 1943
Cover: Dr. Mid-Nite, Spectre, Wonder Woman, Hawkman with cornucopia, Starman, Atom, Sandman, Dr. Fate //Joe Gallagher
Story: "Food For Starving Patriots" (54 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Gardner Fox
Pencillers: Joe Gallagher (pgs. 1-3, 17-22, 53, 54), Sheldon Moldoff (pgs. 4-10), Lou Ferstadt (pgs. 11-16), Howard Sherman (pgs. 23-28), Stanley Asch (pgs. 29-34, 41-46), Pierce Rice (pgs. 35-40), Jack Kirby (pgs. 47-52)
Inkers: Joe Gallagher (pgs. 1-3, 17-22, 53, 54), Sheldon Moldoff (pgs. 4-10), Lou Ferstadt (pgs. 11-16), Howard Sherman (pgs. 23-28), Stanley Asch (pgs. 29-34, 41-46), Bernard Baily (pgs. 35-40), Joe Simon (pgs. 47-52)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Sandman, Spectre, Starman, Wonder Woman)
GS: Sandy (between ADVENTURE COMICS #82 / 83)
Intro: Polish "Knights", Hilda, Martha, Eric, Harriet (only appearance for all)
Villains: Adolf Hitler (next appearance in issue #16), Hermann Goering (last appearance?), the Nazis
Comments: Story title taken from cover.
 It is possible that Joe Simon and Jack Kirby helped plot their segment of this story, featuring the Sandman.
 As explained in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #2, Dr. Fate, Johnny Thunder, and the Spectre are only able to resist the spell which corrupts all magic-based heroes within the Axis-dominated lands through great effort--though it may possibly signify that the spell cast by Hitler, Tojo, and the Dragon King is weakening at this point.
Synopsis: To get much-needed foodstuffs to resistance fighters in Nazi-occupied countries, Hawkman devises a capsule containing molecularly-reduced dinners which can be expanded to full size with a special solution, and the Justice Society members each choose a country to which to deliver the meals and to aid the local resistance.

All-Star Comics No. 15
February-March 1943
Cover: Johnny Thunder, Hawkman, Dr. Fate, Starman, Dr. Mid-Nite, Sandman, and Spectre vs. Brain Wave; Wonder Woman vignette //Frank Harry
Story: "The Man Who Created Images" (56 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Moldoff
Writer: Gardner Fox
Pencillers: Joe Gallagher (pgs. 1-3, 22-27, 46-56), Sheldon Moldoff (pgs. 4-9), Stanley Asch (pgs. 10-21), Jack Kirby (pgs. 22-27), Ed Dobrotka (pgs. 28-33), Bernard Baily (pgs. 34-39), Howard Sherman (pgs. 40-45)
Inkers:  Joe Gallagher (pgs. 1-3, 22-27, 46-56), Sheldon Moldoff (pgs. 4-9), Stanley Asch (pgs. 10-21), Joe Simon (pgs. 22-27), Ed Dobrotka (pgs. 28-33), Bernard Baily (pgs. 34-39), Howard Sherman (pgs. 40-45)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Sandman, Spectre, Starman, Wonder Woman)
GS: Sandy (between ADVENTURE COMICS #84 / 85), Hawkgirl (between FLASH COMICS #38 / 39)
Supporting Characters: Doris Lee (between ADVENTURE COMICS #83 / 85), Peachy Pet (between FLASH COMICS #38 / 39), Inza Cramer (between MORE FUN COMICS #86 / 89), Clarice Winston (last appearance in MORE FUN COMICS #80; last appearance), Myra Mason (between ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #47 / 48)
Intro: Rubber-Man Nevil, Mark Nevil (both in flashbac; both die in this story), Jason Shannon, Hedda Shannon, and their son, Tiny Norman's girlfriend, Lefty Madden (as an image), Edwin Ackerman, Lucy Ackerman, Fan Gregory and his sister (only appearance for all)
Cameo appearances: Lancelot, Attila the Hun, Julius Caesar (as images created by the Brain Wave)
Villains: The Brain Wave (Henry King; first appearance; origin revealed in this story; continues from appearances in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #17, 19, 20, which take place between origin flashback and this story; next appears in issue #17) and his gang, Homer Nelson (in flashback), Tiny Norman and his gang, Hunky Pollack and his gang, Horatio Morrison, Sticker, Runty Becker, Big John Timberlake and his gang, Stanley Cord, Baldy and his gang, Big Turk Thompson and his gang (first and only appearance for all to date)
Comment: Story taken from cover of this issue.
Synopsis: Henry King, outcast of society, finds he has the power to create three-dimensional images of whatever person or persons he thinks of and becomes the Brain Wave, master criminal and ruler of a network of frightened gangsters.  The individual Justice Society members, fighting different gangs, soon discover his hand behind each of them.

All-Star Comics No. 16
April-May 1943
Cover: Sandman, Spectre, Starman, Dr. Mid-Nite, Atom, Dr. Fate, Wonder Woman, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder, and various Americans //Frank Harry
Story: "The Justice Society Fights For a United America" (57 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Gardner Fox
Pencillers: Joe Gallagher (pgs. 1-3, 18-23, 55-57), Sheldon Moldoff (pgs. 4-10), Stanley Asch (pgs. 11-17, 48-54), Howard Sherman (pgs. 24-29), Jack Kirby (pgs. 30-35), Ed Dobrotka (pgs. 36-41), Bernard Baily (pgs. 42-47)
Inkers:  Joe Gallagher (pgs. 1-3, 18-23, 55-57), Sheldon Moldoff (pgs. 4-10), Stanley Asch (pgs. 11-17, 48-54), Howard Sherman (pgs. 24-29), Joe Simon (pgs. 30-35), Ed Dobrotka (pgs. 36-41), Bernard Baily (pgs. 42-47)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder, Sandman, Spectre, Starman, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Characters: Junior Justice Society of America (first appearance; next appear in issue #37; including Eddie Brackus and Ted Worth (first and only appearance for both))
Intro: Tough Tony Scarlotti (dies in this story), Mr. Bolton, Jim Bolton, Al Reed, Hank Reed, Miss Reed, Mrs. Casey, Johnny Morris, Frank Chester, Tony Scarlotti, Jr., Mr. Mullins (in flashback), Mrs. Scarlotti, Mr. Brackus, Jim Cassidy, Chief Slobodkin, Jimmy and his brother, Eddie and his father, Jan Szybowski, Peg Kelly Szybowski (only appearance for all)
Villains: Adolf Hitler (between issues #14 / 24), Kurt Schultz (first appearance; dies in this story), Ernst Buehler, Mr. Fortune, Henry Overman (Hans Emil Obermeyer), Agent Z-4637 (first and only appearance for all)
Comments: Story title taken from cover.
 This issue is the last in which the Justice Society is referred to as the Justice Battalion.  Hawkman reveals in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #3 that the "Battalion" name was dropped to avoid confusing the public.
Synopsis: Trying the age-old tactic of "divide and conquer", Adolf Hitler sends several of his handpicked agents into America to incite racial, religious, and class hatred and to weaken the country for his gain.  Hawkman stumbles onto the plot and sends the other JSA members to trouble spots.

All-Star Comics No. 17
June-July 1943
Cover: Brain Wave's giant foot about to step on Wonder Woman, Dr. Mid-Nite, Hawkman, Sandman, Spectre, Starman, Johnny Thunder, Dr. Fate, and Atom; Brain Wave vignette //Joe Gallagher
Story: "The Brain Wave Goes Berserk" (50 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Gardner Fox
Pencillers: Joe Gallagher (pgs. 1-4, 38-42, 50), Sheldon Moldoff (pgs. 5-8), Jack Kirby (pgs. 9-14), Bernard Baily (pgs. 15-20), Howard Sherman (pgs. 21-26), Stanley Asch (pgs. 27-31, 43-48), Paul Reinman (pgs. 32-37)
Inkers:  Joe Gallagher (pgs. 1-4, 38-42, 50), Sheldon Moldoff (pgs. 5-8), Joe Simon (pgs. 9-14), Bernard Baily (pgs. 15-20), Howard Sherman (pgs. 21-26), Stanley Asch (pgs. 27-31, 43-48), Paul Reinman (pgs. 32-37)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Sandman, Spectre, Starman, Wonder Woman)
Intro: Ted Purvis, Augustus Flack, Edward, Dr. Charles T. Grant, Sen. Sebastian L. Graves (only appearance for all)
Villains: The Brain Wave (between issues #15 / 30) and his gang, Silk O'Mara and his gang, Spider and his gang, Lucky Luke and his gang, Keller's Circus, Crafty Connors, Knuckles O'Grady, Slippery Joe Dixon, a Sebastian L. Graves impostor (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Story title taken from cover.
Synopsis: The Brain Wave reduces the Justice Society to eight inches in height with a shrinking ray and imprisons them in birdcages, then unleashes several branches of his massive gang on criminal errands.

All-Star Comics No. 18
Autumn 1943
Cover: Giant insect entangling Atom, Dr. Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder, Sandman, Spectre, and Wonder Woman in web //Frank Harry
Story: "Insects Turn to Crime" (48 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Gardner Fox
Pencillers: Joe Gallagher (pgs. 1-3, 34-38, 44-48), Sheldon Moldoff (pgs. 4-8), Pierce Rice (pgs. 9-13, 29-33), Bernard Baily (pgs. 14-18), Howard Sherman (pgs. 19-23), Stanley Asch (pgs. 24-28, 39-43)
Inkers:  Joe Gallagher (pgs. 1-3, 34-38, 44-48), Sheldon Moldoff (pgs. 4-8), Arthur Cazeneuve (pgs. 9-13, 29-33), Bernard Baily (pgs. 14-18), Howard Sherman (pgs. 19-23), Stanley Asch (pgs. 24-28, 39-43)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Sandman, Spectre, Wonder Woman)
Intro: Abner Mason, Serge Astrakoff, Fred, Brown, Fred Norman, Bill, Percival Norman (only appearance for all), Jim (in flashback; dies in this story)
Villains: The King Bee (Elmer Pane; first appearance; next chronological appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #4 (flashback)), Hornet Men (first appearance; some next appear in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #1), the Water Bug (Chick Dempsey), Termite Men, Borer-Men, Water-Beetle Men, Spider Men, Ant Men, Grasshopper Men, Fly Men (first and only appearance for all)
Comments: Story title taken from cover.
 The Justice Society encounters Osira in WONDER WOMAN #231-232 sometime after this story.
Synopsis: Frustrated exterminator Elmer Pane finds a way to give humans the proportionate power of insects, becomes the King Bee, and offers his insect-powered crooks' services to the underworld.  The Justice Society, running afoul of the bug-bandits, gives battle.

All-Star Comics No. 19
Winter 1943-44
Cover: Hawkman, Starman, Dr. Fate, Spectre, Sandman, Dr. Mid-Nite, Atom, Johnny Thunder, and Wonder Woman singing around piano //Joe Gallagher
Story: "The Crimes Set to Music" (48 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Gardner Fox
Pencillers: Joe Gallagher (pgs. 1-3, 19-23, 39-43), Stanley Asch (pgs. 4-13, 29-33), Howard Sherman (pgs. 14-18), Jack Kirby (pgs. 24-28), Bernard Baily (pgs. 34-38), Sheldon Moldoff (pgs. 44-48)
Inkers:  Joe Gallagher (pgs. 1-3, 19-23, 39-43), Stanley Asch (pgs. 4-13, 29-33), Howard Sherman (pgs. 14-18), Joe Simon (pgs. 24-28), Bernard Baily (pgs. 34-38), Sheldon Moldoff (pgs. 44-48)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Sandman, Spectre, Starman, Wonder Woman)
GS: Sandy (between ADVENTURE COMICS #90 / 91), Shiera Sanders (Hawkgirl; between FLASH COMICS #50 / 51)
Intro: Filbert Palini, Arnold Murray (in flashback; both die before this story begins), Ching So (dies in this story), Kang-Hi, T'ai Wu (all in flashback; only appearance for all), Mark Nelson, Charles Norris, Arthuro Carasa and his manager, Claire Murray, a sculptor, Theodor Korowski, loring Merkeroff, Armand "Boly" Beaulaire (only appearance for all)
Villains: Hector Bauer, Butch and his gang, Chigger and his gang, a surgeon, assorted gangsters (first and only appearance for all), Ching So's rival (in flashback; first and only appearance)
Synopsis: A head injury causes a frustrated composer to take out his revenge on eight friends who succeeded in music where he failed, but the Justice Society takes a hand in thwarting his musical crimes.

All-Star Comics No. 20
Spring 1944
Cover: Monster watching himself, Atom, Dr. Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder, Sandman, Spectre, Starman, and Wonder Woman on movie screen //Joe Gallagher
Story: "The Movie That Changed a Man's Life" (38 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Gardner Fox
Artists: Joe Gallagher (pgs. 1-4, 15-19, 35-38), Sheldon Moldoff (pgs. 5-9), Bernard Baily (pgs. 10-14), Stanley Asch (pgs. 20-34)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Sandman, Spectre, Starman, Wonder Woman)
Intro: Mrs. Jason L. Rogers (in flashback), Dr. Horatio Hill (both die in this story), Harlan Walsh, Walter Noonan, a senator, Ira Young, Hank, Rutland Cord (only appearance for all)
Villains: The Monster (Jason L. Rogers, or his "fourth dimensional twin"; first appearance; apparently dies in this story, but returns in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #193)
Synopsis: The Justice Society of America tangles with a criminal mastermind known as the Monster, who has of late been ruining industrialist Jason L. Rogers.  He also tells of how he had a home movie made of himself and his wife, and how, viewing it alone, his wife somehow died of fright.

All-Star Comics No. 21
Summer 1944
Cover: Atom, Wonder Woman, Dr. Mid-Nite, Hawkman, Starman, Johnny Thunder, and Spectre at Joe Fitch's bedside over symbolic years //Joe Gallagher
Story: "The Man Who Relived His Life" (38 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Gardner Fox
Artists: Joe Gallagher (pgs. 1-5, 12-16, 37, 38), Sheldon Moldoff (pgs. 6-11), Stanley Asch (pgs 17-26, 32-36), Joe Kubert (pgs. 27-31)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Spectre, Starman, Wonder Woman, Dr. Fate (next chronological appearance in WONDER WOMAN #242, in which he has regained his full helmet; next team appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #21), Sandman (next team appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #46))
Supporting Character: Prof. Damon Everson (chronologically between AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #1 / 4 (flashback))
Intro: Joe Fitch, Herman Smith, Jim Nason (all die in this story), Lily D'arcy (marries Joe Fitch in  this story), Miss Jones, Mrs. Spears, Lt. Ed Jones, Senator Walters (only appearance for all)
Villains: Sapphire Slim Spears and his gang, Palmer, Pancho Villa (of Earth-2), two cowboys, German soldiers (in World War I), Al Crump and his gang (including Killer), Gus Gordon, Butch Barkley (first and only appearance for all), Big Mike McCullum (first appearance; dies in this story)
Synopsis: To help a dying assistant of Professor Everson's, the Justice Society members go back through time and help set straight the occurrences of evil in his past.

All-Star Comics No. 22
Fall 1944
Cover: Dr. Mid-Nite, Spectre, Wonder Woman, Starman, Atom, and Johnny Thunder saluting flag carried by Hawkman; vignettes of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln //Frank Harry
Story: "The Test of Time" (39 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Gardner Fox
Artists: Joe Gallagher (pgs. 1-4, 22-26, 32-39), Sheldon Moldoff (pgs. 5-10), Stanley Asch (pgs. 11-21, 27-31)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Spectre, Starman, Wonder Woman)
Intro: Conscience (next appears in issue #24), an unnamed youth, Mok, Tow, Galen Phidas, Xerxes, Baron Lotlande and his daughter, Charles, Hal, Mrs. Pratt, Julie Pratt, Mother Rathlow, Le Duc de Harigny and his son, Duc d'Ormonde, Stephen Hawn, Robert Fulton (of Earth-2; only appearance for all)
Comment: Cover title for this story is "A Cure For the World".
Synopsis: When Dr. Mid-Nite, on his way to a JSA meeting, sees a youth suffering religious persecution, he takes the boy with him and the heroes invoke the living spirit of Conscience, who sends the members to different past eras where they assume native identities to battle prejudice of different kinds.

All-Star Comics No. 23
Winter 1944
Cover: Psycho-Pirate's hands manipulating Hawkman, Dr. Mid-Nite, Johnny Thunder, Starman, Atom, and Spectre as puppets on stage //Joe Gallagher
Story: "The Plunder of the Psycho-Pirate" (38 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Gardner Fox
Pencillers: Joe Gallagher (pgs. 1-4, 30-39), Sheldon Moldoff (pgs. 5-9), Stanley Asch (pgs. 10-24), Cliff Young (pgs. 25-29)
Inkers:   Joe Gallagher (pgs. 1-4, 30-39), Sheldon Moldoff (pgs. 5-9), Stanley Asch (pgs. 10-24), Steve Brodie (pgs. 25-29)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Spectre (next team appearance in WONDER WOMAN #243), Starman (next team appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #29)
GS: Shiera Sanders (Hawkgirl; between FLASH COMICS #60 / 63)
Intro: Rex Morgan, Miss Ketch, Heywood Carlson, Betty Carlson, Augustus Hemsley, Hank Cannon, Ben Martin, Joe Martin, Ivar Mason, Ephraim Smith (only appearance for all)
Villains: The Psycho-Pirate I (Charley Halstead; first appearance; next appears in issue #32) and his gang, Sam Mason and his gang (including Joey), manager of Salle d'Armes, George (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: Newspaper publisher Rex Morgan summons the Justice Society to accept the written challenge of the Psycho-Pirate, a mysterious criminal who exploits emotions in his crimes, and who dares the JSA members to stop six emotion-crimes he has planned.

All-Star Comics No. 24
Spring 1945
Cover: Hawkman, Wonder Woman, Wildcat, Johnny Thunder, Flash, Green Lantern, Dr. Mid-Nite, and Atom watching German tyrants on movie screen //Joe Gallagher
Story: "This Is Our Enemy" (39 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Gardner Fox
Artists: Martin Naydel (pgs. 1-5, 37-39), Joe Kubert (pgs. 6-11), Stanley Asch (pgs. 12-21, 32-36), Joe Gallagher (pgs. 22-31)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Wonder Woman, Flash, Green Lantern (last team appearance for last two in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #60), Mr. Terrific (last team appearance in WONDER WOMAN #232; next team appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #37), Wildcat (joins the Justice Society in this story; next team appearance in issue #27)
Intro: Dick Amber, Wanda, Winged Hussars of Poland, Udolph, Thieffel and his wife (only appearnce for all), Kurt (dies in this story)
Other Character: Conscience (last appearance in issue #22; last appearance)
Villains: Adolf Hitler (in cameo; last appearance in issue #16; next chronological appearance in LAST DAYS OF THE JUSTICE SOCIETY SPECIAL #1), Teutonic Knights, Komtur, Emperor Fredrick II, Elva Klug, Fritz Unserwurtz, Gen. Von Moltke, Unger, August (first and only appearance for all), the Nazis
Synopsis: To convince Dick Amber, a young man opposed to World War II, that Germany is a foe worth fighting, the JSA invoke the spirit of Conscience, who causes him to assume various identity-forms of Germans throughout the years, with a Justice Society member accompanying him in each case.

All-Star Comics No. 25
Summer 1945
Cover: Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Wonder Woman, Atom, Johnny Thunder, and Dr. Mid-Nite vs. Hengast Kimball //Joe Gallagher
Story: "The Mystery of the Forgotten Crime" (39 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Gardner Fox
Artists: Joe Gallagher (pgs. 1-3, 15-19, 30-39), Joe Kubert (pgs. 4-9), Stanley Asch (pgs. 10-14, 20-29), Martin Naydel (Green Lantern figures over Starman originals in all panels in which Green Lantern is present)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Wonder Woman)
Intro: Rob Victor, Timothy Kimball, Doris Black, Jabez Smith, Kimball family (only appearance for all), a district attorney (dies in this story)
Villains: Hengast Kimball, Big Hunk Adams and his gang, Ettore Martini (first and only appearance for all)
Comments: The Flash and Green Lantern resume full membership in the Justice Society in this story.
 This story originally featured Starman as one of the members, but was altered to feature Green Lantern instead.
Synopsis: The Justice Society finds a car wreck victim in their headquarters, who claims to know that Rob Victor, a man convicted of murder, did not kill millionaire Timothy Kimball twenty years ago.

All-Star Comics No. 26
Fall 1945
Cover: Giant robot, Flash, Johnny Thunder, Green Lantern, Dr. Mid-Nite, Atom, Hawkman, and Wonder Woman examining metal-being ship //Joe Gallagher
Story: "Vampires of the Void" (39 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Gardner Fox
Artists: Joe Gallagher (pgs. 1-4, 11-15, 26-30, 36-39), Joe Kubert (pgs. 5-10), Stanley Asch (pgs. 16-25, 31-35), Martin Naydel (altered Starman figures in this story into Green Lantern figures, though Green Lantern holds Starman's cosmic rod in some panels)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Wonder Woman)
Intro: Frankie Tweed (only appearance)
Villains: Hebert Crawford (first and only appearance), metal-beings from Jupiter, a Jovian spacecraft (first appearance for all; all die in this story)
Comment: Cover title for this story is "The Mystery of the Metal Menace".
Synopsis: A living metallic spacecraft from Jupiter filled with tiny robot-like beings, all of which have the power to consume other metals, is heading towards Earth, and the Justice Society must find a way to stop them.

All-Star Comics No. 27
Winter 1945
Cover: Dr. Mid-Nite, Wildcat, Wonder Woman, Hawkman, Green Lantern, Johnny Thunder, and Flash saluting Fred Monday //Martin Naydel
Story: "A Place in the World" (38 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Moldoff
Writer: Gardner Fox
Artists: Martin Naydel (pgs. 1-6, 17-21, 32-38), Joe Kubert (pgs. 7-11), Stanley Asch (pgs. 12-16, 27-31), Jon Chester Koslak (pgs. 22-26)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Wonder Woman, Wildcat (next team appearance for all in WONDER WOMAN #270))
Intro: Fred Monday, Jimmy Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Monday, Edouard Laviere, Hal Porowski, Mr. Porowski, Sven Lindquist, Anthony Cellini, Tommy O'Leary, Mr. O'Leary, Billy Yancey (only appearance for all)
Cameo appearances: Shu-lu-wit-si (first and only appearance; a Zumi Indian deity; as an image), Franklin Delano Roosevelt, John Milton, Demosthenes, Helen Keller, Ludwig von Beethoven
Villains: The Water Robbers, Ox Morgan and hsi gang, the Spirit Robbers, the Bad Buttes Gang, a gang of Big City crooks, Bob Logan and his gang (first and only appearance for all)
Comments: This story is mentioned in the 1950 edition of the Encyclopedia Brittanica.
 This story is paralleled on Earth-One by the Justice League of America in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #36.
 Shortly after this story, the Justice Society and Wonder Woman of Earth-One battle Angle Man in WONDER WOMAN #270.
Synopsis: When ex-football player Fred Monday loses his arm in World War II, he contacts the Justice Society to help out six handicapped children with whom he has corresponded.  The JSA members let their young charges help them in a campaign against local criminals.

All-Star Comics No. 28
April-May 1946
Cover: Green Lantern, Flash, Hawkman, Dr. Mid-Nite, Johnny Thunder, Wonder Woman, and Atom guarding paint jars as Nels Farrow approaches //Martin Naydel
Story: "The Paintings That Walked the Earth" (38 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Gardner Fox
Artists: Martin Naydel (pgs. 1-6, 32-38), Joe Kubert (pgs. 7-11), Jon Chester Koslak (pgs. 12-16), Stan Josephs (pgs. 17-26), Joe Gallagher (pgs. 27-31)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Wonder Woman)
Intro: Elbie Jenkins, Scallop, Black Jack Cassidy, Hank Kavanaugh, Josh Mason, Ira Haggard, Miss Evans, an Atlantean sage (only appearance for all)
Villains: Nels Farrow (first appearance; dies in this story), various gangsters, a renegade pioneer, an Indian, two bowmen, a troop of knights, mermen, Moors, cavemen (all painting-creatures), two poachers (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: The splash page is taken from the cover of this story.
 The future recorded in this story is only one of many divergent timelines which existed before the Crisis on Infinite Earths.  It has doubtlessly been altered or eliminate since then.
Synopsis: A painter-cum-archeologist unearths six jars of magical paint from Atlantis, with the power to make anything he paints come to life.  The man uses it to create six paintings to gain revenge for him on five college classmates who have surpassed him.  But when a fatal car accident causes him to have a change of heart, he calls on the Justice Society to save the men he has marked for death.

All-Star Comics No. 29
June-July 1948
Cover: Landor holding Earth, Green Lantern, Johnny Thunder, Hawkman, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Atom //Martin Naydel
Story: "The Man Who Knows Too Much" (38 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Gardner Fox
Artists: Martin Naydel (pgs. 1-6, 17-21, 37, 38), Joe Kubert (pgs. 7-11), Jon Chester Koslak (pgs. 12-16, 27-31), Stanley Asch (pgs. 22-26, 32-36)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Wonder Woman)
Villains: Landor, Scarface and his gang (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Splash page taken from cover of this issue.
 Landor's future is only one of many divergent future time-lines for Earth-Two and has probably been altered or eliminated by the Crisis on Infinite Earths.
Synopsis: Landor, a man from the year 2414, has been stranded in the 20th Century by a defective time machine and uses his future knowledge to make deadly devices from commonplace objects.  He challenges the Justice Society to stop him at six different places.

All-Star Comics No. 30
August-September 1946
Cover: Hawkman, Atom, Flash, Dr. Mid-Nite, Johnny Thunder, Wonder Woman, and illusions //Martin Naydel
Story: "The Dreams of Madness" (39 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Gardner Fox
Artists: Joe Gallagher (pgs. 1-3, 25-29, 35-39), Joe Kubert (pgs. 4-9), Stanley Asch (pgs. 10-19, 30-34), Martin Naydel (pgs. 20-24)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Wonder Woman)
Cameo appearances: Ice Creatures, Fire People, Soda-Straw Necked Birds, Germ Beings (all "die" in this story), Furnace Tenders, Valkyries, Alfred and other human germs, Boreas, Gemini Twins, the Man in the Moon, Mordred the Magical Man (all nonexistent inhabitants of the Justice Society's dreams; first and only appearance for all)
Villain: The Brain Wave (between issues #17 / 37) and his gang (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: Deceiving the Justice Society into thinking they are taking part in an experiment to unlock the potential of Man's unconscious through dreaming, the Brain Wave induces dreams in the JSA members which are specifically designed to drive them mad.

All-Star Comics No. 31
October-November 1946
Cover: Hawkman, Wonder Woman, Johnny Thunder, Green Lantern, Flash, Dr. Mid-Nite, Atom, Zor, and Willie Wonder and his toys //Martin Naydel (signed)
Story: "The Workshop of Willie Wonder" (38 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Gardner Fox
Pencillers: Martin Naydel (pgs. 1-5, 31-38), Jon Chester Koslak (pgs. 6-10), Stanley Asch (pgs. 11-15, 26-30), Paul Reinman (pgs. 16-20), Irwin Hasen (pgs. 21-25)
Inkers:  Martin Naydel (pgs. 1-5, 31-38), Jon Chester Koslak (pgs. 6-10, 21-25), Stanley Asch (pgs. 11-15, 26-30), Paul Reinman (pgs. 16-20)
Feature Characters:  Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Wonder Woman)
Intro: The Duna (a race of globe-beings), Abner Oberon's secretary, John Quinn, Judson, Paul Markham and his girlfriend, Ambrose J. Turk, J. Milligan (only appearance for all)
Villains: Zor, Willie Wonder, the Water Rat Gang, assorted gangsters (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Cover taken from the splash page of this story.
Synopsis: The Duna, a race of beings whose bodies are glowing globes of mental energy, summon the Justice Society together and tell them that Zor, a renegade of their race, has taken possession of an Earthman's body and is using it to facilitate strange crimes.  The heroes agree to stop Zor, who is in the body of an old toymaker named Willie Wonder.

All-Star Comics No. 32
December 1946 / January 1947
Cover: Hawkman, Atom, Green Lantern, Psycho-Pirate I, Dr. Mid-Nite, Johnny Thunder, Flash, Wonder Woman, and emotion-masks //Martin Naydel
Story: "The Return of the Psycho-Pirate" (38 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Gardner Fox
Artists: Martin Naydel (pgs. 1-6, 32-38), Jon Chester Koslak (pgs. 7-11, 22-26), Stanley Asch (pgs. 12-16, 27-31), Paul Reinman (pgs. 17-21)
Feature Characters:  Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Wonder Woman)
Intro: Gillings, Yvonne LaSalle, Jim Handley, George Molon, Eddie Morgan, Stumble Spinnard, Battling Barney Balkin, Dan Soames (only appearance for all)
Villains: The Psycho-Pirate I (last appearance in issue #23; next appears in SHOWCASE #56), Big Mike and his gang (including Ed Furnace, Arnie James, Oily Olsen, and Curt Marin; first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: The Psycho-Pirate is talked by his cellmate into breaking both of them out of jail by playing on the guard's emotions, then into helping him with a crime spree, which his cellmate challenges the Justice Society to stop.

All-Star Comics No. 33
February-March 1947
Cover: Solomon Grundy menacing Green Lantern, Atom, Hawkman, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Johnny Thunder, and Wonder Woman in globe //Irwin Hasen
Story: "The Revenge of Solomon Grundy" (38 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Gardner Fox
Artists: Irwin Hasen (pgs. 1-5, 16-20, 36-38), Joe Kubert (pgs. 6-10), Stan Asch (pgs. 11-15), Martin Naydel (pgs. 21-25), Jon Chester Koslak (pgs. 26-30), Paul Reinman (pgs. 31-35)
Feature Characters:  Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Character: Doiby Dickles (between ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #82 / 83)
Intro: Eddie Mark, Mr. Mark, Jimmy Chase, Alvin and Martha McGurk, Spencer Blade (only appearance for all)
Villains: Solomon Grundy (last appearance in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #61; next appears in COMIC CAVALCADE #24), Baldy Balson and his two cohorts, Joe and his wife, a Solomon Grundy impostor and his gang (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Sometime after this story, the Justice Society fights the Psycho-Pirate again, as shown in flashback in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #3.
Synopsis: Solomon Grundy, Green Lantern's monstrous enemy, is freed of his power-bubble prison by a lightning bolt and begins a trek across the continent to attack his enemy.  The Justice Society members individually try to stop him.

All-Star Comics No. 34
April-May 1947
Cover: The Wizard, Green Lantern, Dr. Mid-Mite, Flash, Hawkman, Wonder Woman, Johnny Thunder, and the Atom //Irwin Hasen
Story: "The Wiles of the Wizard" (38 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Gardner Fox
Artists: Irwin Hasen (pgs. 1-6, 32-38), Joe Kubert (pgs. 7-11), Frank Harry (pgs. 12-16), Lee Elias (pgs. 17-21), Harry Lampert (pgs. 22-26), Paul Reinman (pgs. 27-31)
Feature Characters:  Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Wonder Woman)
Intro: Mrs. Eberly, Richard and another scientist, Farnsworth (only appearance for all)
Villains: The Wizard (William I. Zard; first name revealed in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #3, although his middle name is incorrectly given there as "Asmodeus"; first appearance; next appears in issue #37), James Mollon and other gangsters (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: By this story, the Justice Society has moved their headquarters to Gotham City.
Synopsis: The Wizard, a criminal super-magician, is convinced that the Justice Society is realy a gang of criminals posing as heroes in order to pull off a colossal theft sometime in the future.  When they protest that they have no such plans, he challenges them to prove their heroism by foiling five crimes which are soon to be committed.

All-Star Comics No. 35
June-July 1947
Cover: Dr. Mid-Nite, Atom, Flash, Wonder Woman, Hawkman, Green Lantern, and Johnny Thunder gathered around hourglass containing Per Degaton and war weapons //Irwin Hasen
Story: "The Day That Dropped Out of Time" (38 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: John Broome
Artists: Irwin Hasen (pgs. 1-7, 28-38), Lee Elias (pgs. 8-12), Paul Reinman (pgs. 13-17), Joe Kubert (pgs. 18-22), Frank Harry (pgs. 23-27)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom (next team appearance in issue #37), Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Character: Professor Zee (last appearance in issue #10; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #2 (flashback)
Intro: Mayor of Gotham City, Benson, Prof. Appelby, Braun, Stanley (only appearance for all)
Other Character: Alexander the Great (last appearance in LEADING COMICS #2; last appearance)
Villains: Per Degaton (first appearance; chronologically between ALL-STAR SQUADRON #2 (flashback) / 1) and his gang (first appearance; probably next appear in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #3), Kale (first appearance; next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #15)
Synopsis: Per Degaton steals the time cabinet of Professor Zee and causes Alexander the Great to lose the Battle of Arbela in 331 B.C., causing all modern inventions to vanish from the 20th Century.  But Green Lantern uses his ring to send himself and the other Justice Society members back in time to help Alexander win, and correct the flow of time.

All-Star Comics No. 36
August-September 1947
Cover: Hawkman, Green Lantern, Dr. Mid-Nite, Wonder Woman, Superman, Batman, and Flash //Irwin Hasen
Story: "Five Drowned Men" (38 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Gardner Fox
Artists: Irwin Hasen (pgs. 1-12, 27-38), Lee Elias (pgs. 13-17), Joe Kubert (pgs. 18-22), Frank Harry (pgs. 23-26)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Wonder Woman, Batman (last appearance in BATMAN #42; next appears in DETECTIVE COMICS #127), Superman (between ACTION COMICS #111 / 112))
Intro: Mr. and Mrs. Ardman, Rex Gardin (nee' Red Gale), Prof. Alvin Doty, Hanson Laping (only appearance for all), Ken Gale (in flashback; dies before this story begins)
Villains: Calvin Stymes (first appearance; dies in this story), the Grim Marauder (Ed Findley), Mister X (Mat Matwell; not to be confused with the villain in issue #5), Prof. Saul Philpotts, the Black Rider (Arch Erdner), the Wrecker (Ben Stanley; not to be confused with the Batman villain in DETECTIVE COMICS #197 or the Superman villain in SUPERMAN #54; appears with the above four characters as the Five Drowned Men; first and only appearance for all)
Comments: Superman and Batman substitute for an ailing Atom and Johnny Thunder in this story.
 The Stream of Ruthlessness reappears in INFINITY, INC. #1.
Synopsis: To revenge himself on five ex-fraternity brothers who traumatized him, Calvin Stymes causes the quintet to be immersed in the waters of Koehaha, which do not drown their victims but wash away their consciences.  Accordingly, the Justice Society must deal with five brand-new master criminals.

All-Star Comics No. 37
October-November 1947
Cover: Green Lantern, Hawkman, Dr. Mid-Nite, Johnny Thunder, Flash, and Wonder Woman chained to walls of the JSA headquarters as Gambler, Brain Wave, Vandal Savage, Wizard, Per Degaton, and Thinker carve up a map of the United States //Irwin Hasen
Story: "The Injustice Society of the World" (38 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Robert Kanigher
Pencillers: Irwin Hasen (pgs. 1-7, 18-22, 33-38), Joe Kubert (pgs. 8-12), Carmine Infantino (pgs. 13-17), Alex Toth (pgs. 23-32)
Inkers: John Belfi (pgs. 1-7, 13-22, 33-38), Joe Kubert (pgs. 8-12), Alex Toth (pgs. 23-32)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder, Wonder Woman)
GA: Junior Justice Society of America (between issues #16 / 40)
Intro: Carlton Swayne (no real appearance; imitated by an automaton), Gen. Stubby Klemper (only appearance for both)
Villains: Injustice Society of the World (Brain Wave (between issues #30 / 58), Per Degaton (last chronological appearance in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #4 (flashback); next appears in issue #59), Gambler (between GREEN LANTERN (1st series) #27 / 30), Thinker (last appearance in COMIC CAVALCADE #23; next chronological appearance in FLASH #214), Vandal Savage (last appearance in GREEN LANTERN (1st series) #10; next appears in FLASH #137), Wizard (between issues #34 / 41; first appearance of team, which next appears in issue #41)), Safe-Cracker Brigade, various crooks (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: The Wizard challenges the nation and the Justice Society by assembling an Injustice Society of the World and liberating convicts from prisons all over the country to join in an attempted coup against the government.

All-Star Comics No. 38
December 1947 / January 1948
Cover: Hawkman, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman, Johnny Thunder, Dr. Mid-Nite, Atom, and Flash menaced by "Goliath", "Attila the Hun", "Captain Kidd", "Genghis Khan", "Nero", "Caesare Borgia", and "Lucrezia Borgia" //Alex Toth
Story: "History's Crime Wave" (38 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: Bob Kanigher
Artists: Alex Toth (pgs. 1-12, 35-38), Carmine Infantino (pgs. 13-23), Bob Oskner (pgs. 24-34)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Johnny Thunder (all clinically die but are restored to life in this story), Wonder Woman)
GS: Black Canary (between FLASH COMICS #90 / 91)
Supporting Character: Paula Von Gunther (between WONDER WOMAN #21 / 34)
Intro: Sonia Gaye, Big Boy Nelson, Benson, Mary, a woman (only appearance for all), her sister (dies before this story begins), two actors (one of whom dies in this story; only appearance for other actor)
Villain: "The Master Villain" (first appearance; unnamed in this story, but impersonates Goliath, Genghis Khan, Nero, Cesare Borgia, Attila the Hun, and Captain Kidd; dies in this story)
Comment: Cover is taken from splash page of this story.
Synopsis: The Justice Society members try to figure out what is behind the spate of murders in Gotham City apparently committed by great villains of history, and are themselves killed one by one by the historical nemesis himself.

All-Star Comics No. 39
February-March 1948
Cover: Sally Barnes menaced by Lorelei and other Fairyland inhabitants; vignettes of Flash, Atom, Green Lantern, Dr. Mid-Nite, Johnny Thunder, Black Canary, and Wonder Woman //Irwin Hasen
Story: "The Invasion From Fairyland" (38 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: John Broome
Artist: Irwin Hasen
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Wonder Woman, Johnny Thunder (next team appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #220 (flashback))
GS: Black Canary (between FLASH COMICS #92 / 93)
Intro: Mr. Murgatroyd (dies in this story), Sally Barnes, Mary (as a fly), district attorney of Gotham City, Senator Bentley, Rapunzel, the Wise Woman, Hansel, Gretel, a talking pigeon, the Good Fairy, the Tin Soldier, Cinderella, Prince Charming, King Grizzly Beard, other inhabitants of Fairy Land (only appearance for all)
Villains: The Lorelei, the Man-Unicorn, Rumplestilskin, witches, Gallifron (first appearance for all; all die in this story), the Basilisk, the Griffin, dog-monsters, a dragon, the Slicer (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: When a woman gains the magical power to make her voiced wishes come true and accidentally kills her boss with it, she appeals to the Justice Society for help. The heroes find a secret entrance to Fairyland, and try to overthrow the Lorelei who rules it tyrannically.

All-Star Comics No. 40
April-May 1948
Cover: Juvenile delinquent casting shadow of adult criminal as Hawkman, Flash, Wonder Woman, Black Canary, Green Lantern, and Atom look on //Carmine Infantino
Story: "The Plight of a Nation" (36 pages)
Editor: Sheldon Mayer
Writer: John Broome
Pencillers: Arthur Peddy (pgs. 1-12), Carmine Infantino (pgs. 13-24), Alex Toth (pgs. 25-36)
Inkers: Bernard Sachs (pgs. 1-12), Carmine Infantino (pgs. 13-24), Alex Toth (pgs. 25-36)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Wonder Woman)
GS: Black Canary (between FLASH COMICS #94 / 95), Junior Justice Society of America (including Don Brent; last appearance in issue #37; last appearance)
Intro: Julia Brent, the Orioles, Tony, M. S. Vine, Mr. Jennings (only appearance for all), Mrs. Peters (dies in this story)
Cameo appearance: Joe Delinquent, Mr. and Mrs. Delinquent (as fictional characters; first and only appearance for all)
Villains: The Crimson Claw and the Crimson Claws (including Eddie Brent), the Junior Crimson Claws (including Chick Brent, Lefty, and Billy Peters; first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: The JSA tackles the problem of juvenile delinquency when they tangle with the Crimson Claw and his mob, while the Junior Justice Society battle the Junior Crimson Claws.

All-Star Comics No. 41
June-July 1948
Cover: Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Black Canary, Atom, Wonder Woman, Dr. Mid-Nite, and giant hand holding Washington Monument, Old Ironsides, and other patriotic artifacts //Alex Toth
Story: "The Case of the Patriotic Crimes" (33 pages)
Editor: Whitney Ellsworth
Writer: John Broome
Pencillers: Alex Toth (pg. 1), Carmine Infantino (pgs. 2-12), Arthur Peddy (pgs. 13-34), Irwin Hasen (pgs. 25-33)
Inkers: Alex Toth (pg. 1), Frank Giacoia (pgs. 2-12), Bernard Sachs (pgs. 13-34), Irwin Hasen (pgs. 25-33)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Black Canary (joins the Justice Society in this story), Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Wonder Woman)
GS: Harlequin (between GREEN LANTERN (1st series) #31 / 34; briefly serves as a member of the Injustice Society in this story)
Intro: Bill, Steve, Wally (only appearance for all)
Villains: Injustice Society of the World (Wizard (last appearance in issue #37; next chronological appearance in ACTION COMICS #484), Fiddler (last appearance in FLASH COMICS #93; next appears in COMIC CAVALCADE #28), Huntress (last appearance in SENSATION COMICS #76; next chronological appearance in DC 100-PAGE SUPER-SPECTACULAR #6), Icicle (last appearance in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #92; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #21), Sportsmaster (last appearance in ALL-AMERICAN COMICS #98; next chronological appearance in SUPERMAN FAMILY #205) (last team appearance in issue #37; next team appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #123))
Synopsis: The Wizard forms a new Injustice Society and, to determine which of them will be the leader, has them stage competitive thefts of American patriotic objects such as the Freedom Train, Plymouth Rock, Old Ironsides, and the Washington Monument.  The Justice Society has been given amnesia by a mind-eraser machine, and seems powerless to cope with the crimes.

All-Star Comics No. 42
August-September 1948
Cover: Alchemist spinning Flash, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman, Hawkman, Atom, Dr. Mid-Nite, and Black Canary on blades of a flying pinwheel //Irwin Hasen
Story: "The Man Who Hated Science" (33 pages)
Editor: Whitney Ellsworth
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Arthur Peddy
Inker: Bernard Sachs
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Black Canary, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Wonder Woman)
Intro: Prof. Michaels, Galio (both in flashback), Horace Albrook (all die in this story), Christopher Columbus (of Earth-2; first (?) appearance; next appears in WONDER WOMAN #69), the new District Attorney of Gotham City, Jameson, Jimmy (only appearance for all)
Villains: The Alchemist (Prof. Zobar Zodiak; first appearance; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #193) and his Alchemy Army (first and only appearance)
Comments: The cover of this issue is reprised on the cover of JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #6.
 The Four Wonders of Alchemy of Earth-2 are introduced in this story: the Philosopher's Stone, the Universal Solvent, the Top of Perpetual Motion, and the Elixir of Youth.  Earth-One's Philosopher's Stone is found by Dr. Alchemy (aka Mr. Element) in SHOWCASE #14.
 Hawkman begins wearing his cloth mask in this issue.
Synopsis: A Spanish scholar who survived for over 400 years by means of the Elixir of Youth reveals the secret of the Four Wonders of Alchemy to the Justice Society just before he dies.  Unfortunately, he is also overheard by Prof. Zobar Zodiak, who beats the heroes to the four objects, kidnaps the JSA'ers, and affixes them powerless to the blades of a fan in perpetual motion.

All-Star Comics No. 43
October-November 1948
Cover: Green Lantern, Dr. Mid-Nite, Wonder Woman, Flash, Atom, Hawkman, and Black Canary vs. Aurikon and his robot //Irwin Hasen
Story: "The Secret of the Golden Universe" (34 pages)
Editor: Whitney Ellsworth
Writer: John Broome
Pencillers: Irwin Hasen (pgs. 1-12, 25-34), Arthur Peddy (pgs. 13-24)
Inkers: Bob Oskner (pgs. 1-12, 25-34), Bernard Sachs (pgs. 13-24)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Black Canary, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Wonder Woman)
Intro: Mr. Ferris, Thomas, Bill, Ed, Myrlan, Krano (all in flashback), Benson, editor and employees of the Gotham Globe, Raymond, Myrla and other Xencans (only appearance for all), a guard (dies in this story), three golden robots (all destroyed in this story)
Villains: Aurikon and his Gold Men (including Maxon; first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: The Justice Society follows some metal-hard robbers to another dimension, in which life is based on gold, rather than carbon.

All-Star Comics No. 44
December 1948 / January 1949
Cover: Evil Star shining spotlight on Wonder Woman as she lassoes crook; vignettes of Flash, Green Lantern, Black Canary, Hawkman, Dr. Mid-Nite, and Atom //Irwin Hasen
Story: "Evil Star Over Hollywood" (33 pages)
Editor: Whitney Ellsworth
Writer: John Broome
Pencillers: Irwin Hasen (pgs. 1-10, 24-33), Arthur Peddy (pgs. 11-23)
Inkers: Bob Oskner (pgs. 1-10, 24-33), Bernard Sachs (pgs. 11-23)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Black Canary, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Wonder Woman)
Intro: Frank T. Fanum, Tom Colway, Miss Forbes, Benton, Jimmy, "Desmond Blackheart", Ned Jenkins, Harold Forbes, Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Peter Lorre, Jimmy Stewart, Claude Rains (?), Robert Mitchum, and Jane Wyman (all of Earth-2; only appearance for all)
Villains: Evil Star (Guy Pompton; first and only appearance; not to be confused with the EArth-One villain introduced in GREEN LANTERN (2nd series) #37) and his gang (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: When a star-masked racketeer who calls himself Evil Star terrorizes Stellar Studios, demanding they stop work on their latest movie, THIEF IN THE NIGHT, studio owner Frank T. Fanum calls in the Justice Society to help protect him.

All-Star Comics No. 45
February-March 1949
Cover: Wonder Woman fighting Rocky Castle in space as Green Lantern, Hawkman, and Flash fly by, bound to spheres //Irwin Hasen / Bob Oskner
Story: "The Case of the Cosmic Criminals" (32 pages)
Editor: Whitney Ellsworth
Writer: John Broome
Pencillers: Irwin Hasen (pgs. 1-10, 21-32), Arthur Peddy (pgs. 11-20)
Inkers: Bob Oskner (pgs. 1-10, 21-32), Bernard Sachs (pgs. 11-20)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Black Canary, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Wonder Woman)
Intro: Mike, Mr. Peters, Dan Rogers, Ranee of Patomar, Ahmed and other bodyguards (only appearance for all)
Cameo appearance: Shirley Dimples (on a movie poster; first and only appearance)
Villains: Dr. Felix Egri (first appearance; dies in this story), Rocky Castle and his gang (including Specs, Ox, Peewee, Gun-Shy, and Slowpoke; first and only appearance for all)
Comment: The Justice Society changes its headquarters to Civic City in this story.
Synopsis: The Justice Society must find a way to capture a gang of crooks wielding weapons charged with the energy of nova stars.

All-Star Comics No. 46
April-May 1949
Cover: Flash, Wonder Woman, and Green Lantern trying to catch Invisible Band //Arthur Peddy / Bernard Sachs
Story: "The Adventure of the Invisible Band" (32 pages)
Editor: Whitney Ellsworth
Writer: John Broome
Pencillers: Irwin Hasen (pgs. 1-10, 23-32), Arthur Peddy (pgs. 11-22)
Inkers: Bob Oskner (pgs. 1-10, 23-32), Bernard Sachs (pgs. 11-22)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Black Canary, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Wonder Woman)
Intro: Mamie Campion (the JSA's cleaning lady), Higgins, Farnsworth, Elmer Doolittle, Fred Bain, Mrs. Carroway, Mr. Pomeroy, Jack, Tom, Mr. Forman, Hugo (only appearance for all)
Villains: The Invisible Band (Bad Beau, Prexy, Doodler, Carat, and One-Hair; first and only disappearance for all)
Synopsis: The Justice Society sets out to track down the members of the Invisible Band, a gang of thieves who pull spectacular robberies but are never seen doing so.

All-Star Comics No. 47
June-July 1949
Cover: Atom, Hawkman, Dr. Mid-Nite, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman, Flash, and Black Canary going over hill tied to stagecoach as "Billy the Kid" watches //Irwin Hasen / Bob Oskner
Story: "The Ghost of Billy the Kid" (32 pages)
Editor: Whitney Ellsworth
Writer: John Broome
Pencillers: Irwin Hasen (pgs. 1-12, 23-32), Arthur Peddy (pgs. 13-22)
Inkers: Bob Oskner (pgs. 1-12, 23-32), Bernard Sachs (pgs. 13-22)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Black Canary, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Wonder Woman)
Intro: Mayor and police commissioner of Civic City, Prof. Otis Baker, Paul Pascal, Mr. Barker, Mr. Groves (only appearance for all), Bob Augur (in flashback; dies in this story)
Villains: "Billy the Kid" (Hal Hampden) and his gang (including Pecos Joe and Frosty; first and only appearance for all), Billy the Kid (of Earth-2; Henry McCarty, aka William Bonney; first and only (?) appearance)
Synopsis: The Justice Society is faced with a Western-style outlaw who claims to be the original Billy the Kid.

All-Star Comics No. 48
August-September 1949
Cover: Flash, Wonder Woman, Edmund Blake, Green Lantern, and Hawkman watching Wonder Woman, Edmund Blake, and kangaroo in Magic Sphere //Arthur Peddy / Bernard Sachs
Story: "The Strange Lives of Edmund Blake" (32 pages)
Editor: Whitney Ellsworth
Writer: John Broome
Pencillers: Irwin Hasen (pgs. 1-8), Arthur Peddy (pgs. 9-32)
Inkers: Bob Oskner (pgs. 1-8), Bernard Sachs (pgs. 9-32)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Hawkman (both also appear in flash-forward to 1958, between their appearances in ADVENTURE COMICS #466 (flashback) / FLASH #137), Black Canary (also appears in flash-forward to 1954, between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #220 (flashback) / ADVENTURE COMICS #466), Dr. Mid-Nite (also appears in flash-forward to 1960, between his appearances in ADVENTURE COMICS #466 (flashback) / FLASH #137), Flash (also appears in flash-forward to 1960, between his appearances in ADVENTURE COMICS #466 (flashback) / FLASH #123), Green Lantern (also appears in flash-forward to 1960, between his appearances in SUPERMAN FAMILY #206 / FLASH #137), Wonder Woman (also appears in flash-forward to 1954, probably between WONDER WOMAN #68 / 69))
Intro: Edmund Blake (next appears in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #4; also appears in flash-forwards to 1954, 1958, and 1960; becomes an honorary Justice Society member in this story), Joan Nevins (next appears as Joan Nevins Blake in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #4), Dr. Jarman, Dr. Starrett, Helen Blake, Page Boyes, Pete Dawson, Tommy, Mr. Jennings, Dr. Dunnel, Bailey, Mrs. Hooker (first and only appearance for all)
Villains: The X-Criminal Band, Dip, Basher, Steve Somers (first and only appearance for all)
Synopsis: Edmund Blake, a gravely ill young boy, may not survive an operation to come unless his heroes, the Justice Society, turn up to rouse him from his depression and revive his will to live.  They do so by showing him scenes of his future life in the Magic Sphere, while tracking down the X-Criminal Band.

All-Star Comics No. 49
October-November 1949
Cover: Wonder Woman, Flash, and Green Lantern carving out warning to people in the future on hillside //Arthur Peddy / Bernard Sachs
Story: "The Invasion of the Fire People" (32 pages)
Editor: Whitney Ellsworth
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Arthur Peddy
Inker: Bernard Sachs
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Black Canary, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Wonder Woman)
Intro: Dr. Grover Conrad, Everett, Prof. Mangin, J. B. Elroy, General Hastings, Bill (only appearance for all), Agnar Akman, Obnar, Yagoth, Kyris, Modr, Ekar, other ancient Earthmen (all in flashback; all die in this story)
Villains: The Fire People (including Xtok, Zbat, Yrni, Xzox, Kmago, Nkasi, Xlxi, Zetor, and Kurdo; first appearance for all; all die in this story)
Comment: Despite the statement on pg. 3, panel 4, this story takes place in 1949.
Synopsis: The Justice Society must fight a race of Fire People from a comet, who intend to rob Earth of its radium and inadvertently wipe humanity off the face of the planet.

All-Star Comics No. 50
December 1949 / January 1950
Cover: Green Lantern, Hawkman, Wonder Woman, and Mr. Alpha's upraised hand radiating lightning //Arthur Peddy / Bernard Sachs
Story: "The Prophecy of Peril" (32 pages)
Editor: Whitney Ellsworth
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Arthur Peddy
Inkers: Bernard Sachs (pgs. 1-20), Bob Oskner (pgs. 21-32)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Black Canary, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash (also appears in flashback which probably takes place within FLASH COMICS #1; some origin details revealed), Green Lantern, Hawkman, Wonder Woman)
Intro: Paul Turnbull, Johnson, Prof. Hughes (all in flashback), Dean of Midwestern University, Pete, Scott Jeffery, Thompson, Mr. Hawkins, Mr. Sword, Kogan (only appearance for all)
Villain: Mr. Alpha (Fred Kincaid; first and only appearance)
Comment: This story probably takes place in May of 1949, since students are graduating from Midwestern University in it.  Also, since this is the tenth anniversary of Jay Garrick's graduation, the first Flash story probably takes place in May, 1939.
Synopsis: At the Flash's tenth college graduation anniversary, the Justice Society finds they must capture Mr. Alpha, a new villain (and Jay Garrick's classmate) who intends to use the five sciences he learned in college to commit foolproof crimes.

All-Star Comics No. 51
February-March 1950
Cover: Green Lantern and Hawkman confronted by Diamond Men emerging from underground //Arthur Peddy / Bernard Sachs
Story: "Invaders From the World Below" (32 pages)
Editor: Whitney Ellsworth
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Arthur Peddy
Inker: Bernard Sachs
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Black Canary, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Wonder Woman)
Intro: Charles Crillion, the Crillion Society, Gen. Lucius W. Gordon, Dr. Craig, Ed (only appearance for all)
Villains: The Diamond Men (including Exnam, Obron, Aklin, Illmra, Aknon, and Obnir; first and only appearance for all)
Comments: The Trylon and Perisphere from the 1939-40 World's Fair, formerly the headquarters of the All-Star Squadron, are shown to exist in Civic City before their destruction.
Synopsis: The Justice Society finds that a scientist's warning of Diamond Men erupting from below Earth's surface is accurate, and that the Diamond Men will soon strike at three sites.
All-Star Comics No. 52
April-May 1950
Cover: Mr. Monarch vs. Hawkman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, and Atom //Arthur Peddy / Bernard Sachs
Story: "The Secret Conquest of the Earth" (32 pages)
Editor: Whitney Ellsworth
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Arthur Peddy
Inker: Bernard Sachs
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Black Canary, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Wonder Woman)
Intro: Fred, Prof. Matthews, Robert, Marie, Gen. Knight, Bal-Ubu (only appearance for all)
Villains: The Four Kings (Mr. Monarch, Mr. Prince, the Masked One, and Mr. Crown; first appearance for all; all possibly die in this story), the Blue Shirts, the Gladiators, the Cavaliers, the Swordsman, a gang of safe robbers (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: In this story, the Justice Society members active in the adventure are placed in suspended animation for an entire year, according to the text.  Since the adventure in issue #49 took place in 1949, this adventure must take place in 1950.  Why their secret identities were not revealed by their abscence, and why Justice Society members now inactive (including Superman, who still had an active career at this point), were not successful in discovering the lost JSA members, has never been revealed.  Meanwhile, a gap of a year must be posited in the solo adventures of Wonder Woman, unless this is explained away.
Synopsis: The Justice Society is mysteriously absent from the world for a year, during which crime raises meteorically and rumors of a third World War abound.  Their abscence is explained by the emergence of four ancient kings with great telepathic might from an archaeological dig; the Four Kings placed the JSA in suspended animation and put into motion a sceme to take over the planet.

All-Star Comics No. 53
June-July 1950
Cover: Gun firing itself at Green Lantern and Hawkman //Arthur Peddy / Bernard Sachs
Story: "The Gun That Dropped Through Time" (30 pages)
Editor: Whitney Ellsworth
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Arthur Peddy
Inker: Bernard Sachs
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Black Canary, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Character: Dr. James Alvin Swanley (last chronological appearance in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #1 (flashback); dies in this story)
Intro: Ted Weldon, Helen Swanley, Hadrin, Spartacus (of Earth-Two), Thomas F. Dewey (of Earth-Two; governor of New York State; not named or pictured with mustache; only appearance for all)
Villains: Erik Pomar (first appearance; dies in this story), Tamurlane (of Earth-Two), Ackman, various assassins, Huns, and Romans (first and only appearance for all), Attila the Hun (of Earth-Two; last appearance in LEADING COMICS #3; last appearance), Queen Atlantea and Atlanteans of 9638 B.C. (First appearance for all; all die in this story), Gaius Julius Caesar (possibly Vandal Savage?; see Comment)
Comment: This story takes place in late 1950; see Comment for last issue.
 The segment of this story set in Rome cannot have taken place in 71 B.C., as stated in the text.  Julius Caesar is depicted as sponsoring a gladiatorial tournament and is called "the Roman ruler".  But Julius, first of the Caesar line to rule Rome, did not become Rome's dictator until 49 B.C.  It is possible that Caesar could have sponsored such a tournament as director of public works and games, but he did not gain this post until 65 B.C.  Moreover, Spartacus, who is depicted here as a gladiator in the games, led his slave revolution in 73-71 B.C.  It is possible that this segment took place in 73 B.C. and that Julius Caesar, who was making war against Mithridates VI Eupator at the time, was impersonated by Vandal Savage, who was known to pose as Caesar.  It must also be remembered that Earth-Two's history differs from our own in more ways than just having super-heroes.
Synopsis: After an inventor is killed by a gun operating by itself, the Justice Society learns that the murder weapon has fallen through a time-chute.

All-Star Comics No. 54
August-September 1950
Cover: Green Lantern, Flash, Atom, Black Canary, and Wonder Woman in circus parade //Arthur Peddy / Bernard Sachs
Story: "Circus of a Thousand Thrills" (32 pages)
Editor: Whitney Ellsworth
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Arthur Peddy
Inkers: Frank Giacoia (pgs. 1-10), Bernard Sachs (pgs. 11-32)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Black Canary, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Wonder Woman)
Intro: Chief Woodin of the Civic City police, Mrs. Rockmillion, Eloise, Edward Bronson, Phil, Steve, Alvin Marcy (only appearance for all)
Villains: The Circus of 1,000 Thrills (including Mr. Alimand, Goliath, Goliath II, Felix the Great I and II, Demon Dan I and II, Fredrick I and II, Mr. Mechanico I and II, two clowns, and assorted midgets; first and only appearance for all)
Comments: This story probably takes place in mid-to-late February, 1951.
 Mention is made on pg. 2, panel 1 of an untold JSA adventure, "The Adventure of the Smuggling Gem-Runners", which ended with said smugglers' sentencing in court on February 11.
Synopsis: The Justice Society must solve the mystery of a crime wave that strikes cities when a circus passes through them, though the circus is in performance at the times the robberies are being committed.

All-Star Comics No. 55
October-November 1950
Cover: Green Lantern and Hawkman vs. spaceships //Arthur Peddy / Bernard Sachs
Story: "The Man Who Conquered the Solar System" (32 pages)
Editor: Whitney Ellsworth
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Arthur Peddy
Inkers: Frank Giacoia (pgs. 1-18), Bernard Sachs (pgs. 19-32)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Black Canary, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Wonder Woman)
Intro: Homer Dobson, John Morrison, Mr. Hanks, Mika (a Jovian), Bolo and other Jovians, Martians (first and only appearance for all)
Villains: The People of the Green Star (aka the Green Heads; including Bakeelu and Limi; first and only appearance for all), the Conqueror (Prof. Elwood Napier; first and chronologically last appearance; last chronological appearance in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #12)
Comments: This story takes place in 1951; see Comment for last issue.
 The Mars and Jupiter which the Justice Society visit in this issue are naturally not the Mars and Jupiter of the alternate universe which the JSA encountered in issue #13.  Whether or not they are the Mars and Jupiter of the Earth-Two universe has yet to be determined.
Synopsis: The Justice Society goes to Jupiter to retrieve their old friend Dr. Elwood Napier, who has apparently been kidnapped by Jovians.

All-Star Comics No. 56
December 1950 / January 1951
Cover: Giant robot throwing spaceship at Hawkman and Green Lantern //Arthur Peddy / Bernard Sachs
Story: "The Day the World Ended" (32 pages)
Editor: Whitney Ellsworth
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Arthur Peddy
Inkers: Frank Giacoia (pgs. 1-10, 19-32), Bernard Sachs (pgs. 11-18)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Black Canary, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Wonder Woman)
Intro: Tobias Snel, Baxter, Mayor Hoving, Prof. Canfield Ellery, Gen. Caldwell, C. F. Tanner, Watkins, Wallaby, Kenton, Bronson, Thomas (only appearance for all)
Villains: The Chameleons (including Knelo and Chogpu; first and only appearance for all), robot rejects (two of which are destroyed in this story) and a warrior robot (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: The 31st Century shown in this story is an alternate future which has undoubtedly been altered or negated by the Crisis on Infinite Earths.
 The Chameleons who appear in this story are probably from Durla-Two, the counterpart to Durla-One, home of Chameleon Boy of the Legion of Super-Heroes.  (Cf. Supergirl story in ACTION COMICS #287 and Paul Levitz's commentary on same in ADVENTURE COMICS #496.)
Synopsis: The Justice Society is summoned to the 31st Century to do battle against the Chameleons, green-skinned beings who have the power to resemble any human being at will.

All-Star Comics No. 57
February-March 1951
Cover: Gunman in tunnel near Eiffel Tower attacking Green Lantern, Atom, and Wonder Woman //Arthur Peddy / Bernard Sachs
Story: "The Mystery of the Vanishing Detectives" (32 pages)
Editor: Whitney Ellsworth
Writer: John Broome
Penciller: Arthur Peddy
Inkers: Frank Giacoia (pgs. 1-8, 19-26), Bernard Sachs (pgs. 9-18, 27-32)
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Black Canary, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Wonder Woman; all next chronologically appear at Black Canary's wedding, as shown in DC SPECIAL SERIES #10)
Intro: Drew Dawes, Jacques Durand, Mustapha Hakin, Harry Wan, members of the International Detective Convention (including Bill), Chief Inspector MacReady, Malcom, Jenkins, Harris, the Emir of Kasdan, Col. Masir, Capt. Tom Lin, F. Fred Wallis (only appearance for all)
Villains: The Key (first appearance; dies in this story; not to be confused with the Key of Earth-One, introduced in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #41) and his gang (including Bert, Harry, Pierre, Gordoni, an Emir of Kasdan impersonator, and others), Apaches of Club Attlia, their molls, and a dance band, the Turtleneck Gang (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: After this issue, ALL-STAR COMICS is retitled ALL-STAR WESTERN, goes to a Western format, and continues as such to issue #119, June-July 1961.  A second run of ALL-STAR COMICS, continuing its numbering from this series, begins in 1976.
 This is the final story in the original Justice Society of America series.  Though the Justice Society appears from 1963 onward in annual team-ups with the Justice League of America, they do not gain their own series again until the aforementioned ALL-STAR COMICS #58 in 1976.
 The next chronological Justice Society appearance is in flashback in DC SPECIAL SERIES #10, at the wedding of Dinah Drake (Black Canary) and Larry Lance.  Directly after that, the adventure occurs in which the JSA votes to officially disband, as told in flashback in ADVENTURE COMICS #466.  Finally, the Justice Society makes its first appearance in the Second Heroic Age in their next chronological appearance, THE FLASH #137.
 This story takes place in 1952; see Comment for issue #34.
 Shortly after this story, the Justice Society disbands, as shown in flashback in ADVENTURE COMICS #466.
Synopsis: A criminal mastermind, the Key, captures four detectives in different parts of the globe, and the Justice Society sets out to capture him and free his captives.

Justice Society's interim appearances:
DC SPECIAL SERIES #10 (flashback)
ADVENTURE COMICS #466 (flashback)
THE FLASH #137
JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #21, 22, 29, 30, 37, 38, 46, 47, 55, 56, 64, 65, 73, 74, 82, 83, 91, 92, 100-102, 107, 108, 113, 123, 124

All-Star Comics No. 58
January-February 1976
Cover: Star-Spangled Kid, Robin, Power Girl, and fallen Green Lantern, Wildcat, Flash, and Dr. Fate //Mike Grell (signed)
Story: "All Star Super-Squad" (18 pages)
Editor, writer: Gerry Conway
Penciller: Ric Estrada
Inker: Wally Wood
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Dr. Fate (last appearance in FIRST ISSUE SPECIAL #9), Dr. Mid-Nite, Robin, Wildcat (last appearance for all in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #124), Flash (last appearance in THE FLASH #237), Green Lantern (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #102); last team appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #124)
GS: Star-Spangled Kid (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #102; gains Starman's Cosmic Rod in this story)
Intro: Power Girl (Kara Zor-L; Superman's cousin; last chronological appearance in flashback in SHOWCASE #97; forms the Super-Squad with Robin and Star-Spangled Kid), Mr. Katobi (only appearance)
Cameo appearances: Stripesy, Green Lantern and Green Arrow of Earth-One, Hourman
Villains: Brain Wave (last appearance in issue #37), Rizzo and his gang (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: The Justice Society must stop three disasters across the world, or a chain reaction in the biosphere will destroy all life on Earth.  The problems are the work of Brain Wave, but the JSA are joined by the Star-Spangled Kid and a newly-revealed heroine, Power Girl.

All-Star Comics No. 59
March-April 1976
Cover: Stone giant vs. Flash, Power Girl, Green Lantern, Wildcat, Dr. Mid-Nite, Star-Spangled Kid, and Hawkman //Ernie Chua
Story: "Brainwave Blows Up" (18 pages)
Editor, writer: Gerry Conway
Co-plotter: Paul Levitz (credited "with an assist")
Penciller: Ric Estrada
Inker: Wally Wood
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Dr. Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, Hawkman, Wildcat, Flash, Green Lantern, Robin (last three next appear in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #135))
GS: Power Girl, Star-Spangled Kid
Villains: Brain Wave (next appears in issue #63) and his gang (first and only appearance), Per Degaton (last appearance in issue #37; next chronological appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5; has black hair in this story)
Comment: Shortly after this story, the Justice Society teams with the Justice League, the Squadron of Justice, and the Marvel Family to fight King Kull and his minions in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #135-137.
Synopsis: As Brain Wave finds his old teammate Per Degaton and builds him a new body, the Justice Society and Super Squad attempt to deal with his worldwide disaster campaign.

All-Star Comics No. 60
May-June 1976
Cover: Vulcan vs. Star-Spangled Kid, Flash, Power Girl, and Wildcat //Ernie Chua (signed)
Story: "Vulcan: Son of Fire" (17 pages)
Editor, writer: Gerry Conway
Penciller: Keith Giffen
Inker: Wally Wood
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Flash, Green Lantern (last appearance for both in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #137), Dr. Fate, Wildcat)
GS: Power Girl, Star-Spangled Kid
Supporting Characer: Eileen O'Neil (Alan Scott's secretary; first appearance)
Villain: Vulcan (Christopher Pike; first appearance)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: The Justice Society is attacked by a super-villain wielding a metal axe and fire, who calls himself Vulcan.

All-Star Comics No. 61
July-August 1976
Cover: Green Lantern, Dr. Fate, Wildcat, and Dr. Mid-Nite vs. Vulcan //Ernie Chua (signed)
Story: "Hellfire and Holocaust" (17 pages)
Editor, writer: Gerry Conway
Penciller: Keith Giffen
Inker: Wally Wood
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Dr. Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Wildcat)
GS: Power Girl, Star-Spangled Kid
Intro: Xlk-Jnn (dies in this story)
Supporting Character: Joan Garrick (between THE FLASH #236 / 247)
Intro: Dr. Arthur Kliburn
Villains: Vulcan (next appears in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #26), Zanadu (first appearance)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Vulcan gravely injures Dr. Fate in battle, and the Justice Society, Power Girl, and Star-Spangled Kid must find a way to stop him.

All-Star Comics No. 62
September-October 1976
Cover: Zanadu, Superman, Power Girl, Hawkman, and Wildcat //Ernie Chua (signed)
Story: "When Fall the Mighty" (17 pages)
Editor, plotter: Gerry Conway
Scripter: Paul Levitz
Penciller: Keith Giffen
Inker: Wally Wood
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: (Justice Society of America (Dr. Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Wildcat, Hourman (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #124), Superman (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #108))
GS: Power Girl (some origin details revealed), Star-Spangled Kid, Shiera Sanders Hall (Hawkgirl; last chronological appearance in INFINITY, INC. #1 (flashback))
GA: Shining Knight (unrevealed; last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #102)
Cameo appearance: Nabu (in flashback), Wally Wood, Keith Giffen
Other Character: Dr. Arthur Kliburn (dies in this story)
Villain: Zanadu
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: While the Justice Society fights to save Dr. Fate's life, a new menace appears in the form of the ancient sorceror Zanadu, who kidnaps Hawkman's wife and threatens Japan.

All-Star Comics No. 63
November-December 1976
Cover: Power Girl, Wildcat, and Hawkman vs. Solomon Grundy and Fiddler; Dr. Fate vignette //Rich Buckler / Wally Wood (signed)
Story: "The Death of Doctor Fate" (17 pages)
Editor: Joe Orlando
Writer: Paul Levitz
Penciller: Keith Giffen
Inker: Wally Wood
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Dr. Fate (clinically dies and is restored to life in this story), Dr. Mid-Nite (next appears in issue #69), Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Hourman, Superman, Wildcat)
GS: Power Girl, Star-Spangled Kid, Shiera Sanders Hall (Hawkgirl; next appears in issue #71)
GA: Shining Knight (with Winged Victory)
Villains: Zanadu (last appearance), the Injustice Society of the World (the Fiddler (last appearance in THE FLASH #201), Solomon Grundy (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #92), the Icicle (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #124), Thinker (last appearance in THE FLASH #229; unrevealed), Wizard (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #124; unrevealed), Brain Wave (last appearance in issue #59; unrevealed), Vandal Savage (last appearance in THE FLASH #235; unrevealed); last team appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #124)
Synopsis: The Justice Society find that they can do little to sustain Dr. Fate's life as they face attacks from Zanadu, Solomon Grundy, and the Fiddler.

All-Star Comics No. 64
January-February 1977
Cover: Shining Knight (on Winged Victory), Power Girl, Superman, Flash, and Hawkman vs. knights //Wally Wood (signed)
Story: "Yesterday Begins Today" (17 pages)
Editor: Joe Orlando
Writer: Paul Levitz
Artist: Wally Wood
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Liz Berube
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Power Girl, Star-Spangled Kid (both join the Justice Society in this story), Flash, Green Lantern, Hourman, Superman)
GS: Shining Knight (next appears in INFINITY, INC. #11)
Supporting Character: Eileen O'Neil
Other Character: Merlin (of Earth-Two; last chronological appearance undetermined)
Villains: Vandal Savage, Icicle,  Dark Knight of Arkan, various knights (first and only appearance for last two)
Comments: Story continues in next issue.
 The Star-Spangled Kid and Power Girl join the Justice Society in this story.
Synopsis: The Shining Knight gets the Justice Society to return with him to the time of ancient Camelot, which is besieged by what appear to be Roman soldiers--but which are really robots controlled by Vandal Savage.

All-Star Comics No. 65
March-April 1977
Cover: Star-Spangled Kid, Power Girl, Superman, and Hawkman vs. Vandal Savage //Wally Wood
Story: "The Master Plan of Vandal Savage" (17 pages)
Editor: Joe Orlando
Scripter: Paul Levitz
Plotter, artist: Wally Wood
Letterer: Ben Oda?
Colorist: Liz Berube
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Hourman, Power Girl, Star-Spangled Kid, Superman)
Other Characters: King Arthur (Arthur Pendragon of Earth-2; last chronological appearance undetermined), Merlin (last appearance for both)
Villains: Vandal Savage (next appears in ACTION COMICS #515), the Psycho-Pirate II (last appearance in THE SPECTRE #5; unrevealed), the Icicle
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Vandal Savage intends to steal Superman's power to reignite his lost immortality, as Green Lantern comes under the sway of an evil manipulator.

All-Star Comics No. 66
May-June 1977
Cover: Hawkman, Dr. Fate, and Flash vs. Thinker and Icicle; vignettes of Power Girl, Star-Spangled Kid, and Wildcat //Rich Buckler / Jack Abel (signed)
Story: "Injustice Strikes Twice" (17 pages)
Editor: Joe Orlando
Writer: Paul Levitz
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bob Layton
Colorist: Liz Berube
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Dr. Fate, Flash, Hawkman, Hourman, Power Girl, Robin (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #137), Star-Spangled Kid, Superman (next appears in SUPERMAN FAMILY #186), Wildcat)
GS: Bruce Wayne (Batman; last chronological appearance in flashback in DC SUPER-STARS #17)
Supporting Character: Inza Nelson (last appearance in SHOWCASE #56; next appears in issue #70)
Intro: Timmins (named in next issue)
Villains: Injustice Society of the World (Brain Wave (next appears in SHOWCASE #97), Icicle, Thinker, Wizard (next chronological appearance in SECRET SOCIETY OF SUPER-VILLAINS #1)), Psycho-Pirate
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: The Injustice Society has captured Hourman and Wildcat, and challenges the Justice Society to free them in battle.

All-Star Comics No. 67
July-August 1977
Cover: Hawkman, Power Girl, Flash, Star-Spangled Kid, and Wildcat vs. Underlord and his subjects //Al Milgrom / Jack Abel (signed)
Story: "The Attack of the Underlord" (17 pages)
Editor: Joe Orlando
Writer: Paul Levitz
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bob Layton
Colorist: Liz Berube
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Dr. Fate, Flash, Hawkman, Power Girl, Robin, Star-Spangled Kid, Wildcat)
GS: Bruce Wayne (Batman)
Supporting Character: O'Hara (first appearance; next appears in issue #70)
Other Character: Timmins
Villains: The Underlord (Aryn) and his Middle-Earth subjects (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: The Justice Society must rescue Wildcat from the Underlord, a subterranean despot who seeks to stop the surface world's plundering of his resources.

All-Star Comics No. 68
September-October 1977
Cover: Dr. Fate, Power Girl, Hawkman, and Star-Spangled Kid vs. Green Lantern and Psycho-Pirate II; vignettes of Power Girl, Dr. Fate, Green Lantern, Flash, Wildcat, and Hawkman //Al Milgrom / Jack Abel (signed)
Story: "Divided We Stand" (17 pages)
Editor: Joe Orlando
Writer: Paul Levitz
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bob Layton
Colorist: Liz Berube
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Dr. Fate, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Power Girl, Star-Spangled Kid, Wildcat (all next appear in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #147), Dick Grayson (Robin), Hourman)
GS: Bruce Wayne (Batman)
GA: Green Lantern (of Earth-1; last appearance in DC SPECIAL SERIES #6; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #147)
Villain: The Psycho-Pirate II (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #147)
Comment: Story continues in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #147-148, in which the Justice Society helps the Justice League and the Legion of Super-Heroes fight Mordru, Abnegazar, Rath, and Ghast.
Synopsis: Green Lantern, under the influence of the Psycho-Pirate, wrecks a Gotham airport and battles the rest of the Justice Society.

All-Star Comics No. 69
November-December 1977
Cover: Dr. Fate, Green Lantern, Starman, Hourman, Wildcat, Flash, Star-Spangled Kid, Robin, Dr. Mid-Nite, Wonder Woman; vignettes of Power Girl, Dr. Fate, Green Lantern, Flash, Star-Spangled Kid, and Huntress //Al Milgrom / Jack Abel (signed)
Story: "United We Fall" (17 pages)
Editor: Joe Orlando
Writer: Paul Levitz
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bob Layton
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Liz Berube
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Dr. Fate, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Power Girl (last appearance for all in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #148), Star-Spangled Kid, Wildcat (last appearance for both in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #147), Hourman, Robin, Dr. Mid-Nite (last appearance in issue #63), Starman (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #107), Superman (last appearance in SUPERMAN FAMILY #187), Wonder Woman (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #137))
GS: Bruce Wayne (Batman)
Intro: The Huntress (Helena Wayne; Batman's daughter; last chronological appearance in DC SUPER-STARS #17)
Synopsis: The Justice Society return from their mission with the Justice League only to find Bruce Wayne ordering their arrest, and five of their teammates there to enforce it.

All-Star Comics No. 70
January-February 1978
Cover: Wildcat and Star-Spangled Kid in chains, Strike Force leader, and Huntress; vignettes of Dr. Fate, Green Lantern, Flash, Star-Spangled Kid, Wildcat, and Huntress //Al Milgrom / Jack Abel (signed)
Story: "A Parting of the Ways" (17 pages)
Editor: Joe Orlando
Writer: Paul Levitz
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bob Layton
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Dr. Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Hourman, Power Girl (next appears in SHOWCASE #97), Robin, Star-Spangled Kid, Starman, Superman, Wildcat,  Wonder Woman)
GS: Bruce Wayne (Batman; next chronological appearance in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #4 (flashback)), Huntress, Jim Corrigan (the Spectre; last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #124)
Supporting Characters: Inza Nelson (last appearance in issue #66), O'Hara (last appearance in issue #67; next appears in ADVENTURE COMICS #461)
Villains: The Strike Force (including Number One (Arthur Pemberton), Number Four, Number Eight, Number Nine, and Number Ten; first appearance for all), the Master Summoner (first appearance; unrevealed)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: As the bulk of the Justice Society members go their various ways, only Star-Spangled Kid and Wildcat are left to cope with the Strike Force's attack on a Gotham bank, until the Huntress appears to aid them.

All-Star Comics No. 71
March-April 1978
Cover: Wildcat, Huntress, and Star-Spangled Kid vs. Strike Force //Joe Staton / Dick Giordano?
Story: "The Deadliest Game In Town" (17 pages)
Editor: Joe Orlando
Writer: Paul Levitz
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bob Layton
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Dr. Fate, Dr. Charles McNider (Dr. Mid-Nite),  Jay Garrick (the Flash; next appears in SHOWCASE #98), Alan Scott (Green Lantern; next appears in SHOWCASE #98), Carter Hall (Hawkman), Power Girl (appears isochronally with SHOWCASE #98), Star-Spangled Kid, Clark Kent (Superman), Wildcat)
GS: Huntress
GA: Shiera Sanders Hall (Hawkgirl; last appearance in issue #63)
Supporting Characters: Inza Nelson (next appears in ADVENTURE COMICS #465), Jimmy Olsen (last appearance in SUPERMAN FAMILY #186; next appears in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #1)
Intro: Barney (only appearance)
Villains: The Strike Force (including Number One and Number Eleven; last appearance for all), the Master Summoner (unrevealed)
Synopsis: Star-Spangled Kid is kidnapped by the Strike Force, and discovers that its leader is his own nephew.

Showcase No. 97
February 1978
Cover: Power Girl bursting through ALL-STAR COMICS cover //Joe Staton / Joe Orlando (signed)
Story: [untitled] (17 pages)
Editor, inker: Joe Orlando
Writer: Paul Levitz
Penciller: Joe Staton
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Jerry Serpe
Feature Character: Power Girl (last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #70; origin revealed in flashback, her earliest chronological appearance, preceding her introduction in ALL-STAR COMICS #58)
Supporting Character: Andrew Vinson, Chief Wilson (first appearance for both), Zor-L, Allura Zor-L (in flashback; Power Girl's parents; first appearance for both; both die in this story)
Intro: Mr. Irgang, Harley (only appearance for both)
Villains: The Brain Wave (unrevealed; last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #66) and his gang (first appearance), the Symbioship (first appearance)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Power Girl battles a gang of costumed crooks menacing Gotham City, but is ill-equipped to deal with the attack of the Symbioship, which brought her from Krypton to Earth.

Showcase No. 98
March 1978
Cover: Power Girl vs. Symbioship (containing Andrew Vinson) //Joe Staton / Dick Giordano (signed)
Story: "When the Symbioship Strikes" (17 pages)
Editor: Joe Orlando
Writer: Paul Levitz
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Dick Giordano
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Character: Power Girl (appears isochronally with ALL-STAR COMICS #71; origin details revealed in flashback)
GA: Jay Garrick (the Flash), Alan Scott (Green Lantern; last appearance for both in ALL-STAR COMICS #71)
Supporting Characters: Andrew Vinson, Chief Wilson
Cameo appearnaces: Zor-L, Allura Zor-L (in flashback)
Villains: The Brain Wave, the Symbioship (destroyed in this story)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: Power Girl must battle the Symbioship, which seeks to capture her and force her back into an illusion of life on Krypton.

Showcase No. 99
April 1978
Cover: Green Lantern, Power Girl, and Flash trapped in globes as Brain Wave's hand touches button //Joe Staton / Dick Giordano (signed)
Story: "The Crater That Was Keystone City" (17 pages)
Editor: Joe Orlando
Writer: Paul Levitz
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Dick Giordano
Letterer: Shelly Leferman
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Character: Power Girl (assumes her "Karen Starr" secret identity in this story; next appears in ALL-STAR COMICS #72)
GS: Flash (next appears in DC SPECIAL SERIES #11), Green Lantern (next appears in ALL-STAR COMICS #72)
Supporting Character: Andrew Vinson (next appears in WONDER WOMAN #273)
Intro: Dr. Ginsberg (only appearance)
Villain: The Brain Wave (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #195) and his gang (last appearance), a monster (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: The Brain Wave has captured Flash and Green Lantern and has seemingly eradicated Keystone City, and threatens to do the same to other JSA members' home cities unless the heroes are surrendered to him for execution.

All-Star Comics No. 72
May-June 1978
Cover: Thorn vs. Wildcat, Green Lantern, Flash, Power Girl, and Huntress //Joe Staton / Dick Giordano (signed)
Story: "A Thorn By Any Other Name" (17 pages)
Editor: Joe Orlando
Writer: Paul Levitz
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Bob Layton
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Flash (last appearance in DC SPECIAL SERIES #11), Green Lantern, Power Girl (last appearance for all in SHOWCASE #99), Hawkman (gets new helmet in this story), Huntress (joins the Justice Society in this story), Star-Spangled Kid (in flashback))
GS: Shiera Sanders Hall (Hawkgirl; next appears in INFINITY, INC. #27 (flashback))
Intro: Chief Farber (only appearance), Judge Anders (dies in this story)
Cameo appearance: The Icicle (in flashback), Dr. Fate
Villains: The Thorn (last chronological appearance in INFINITY, INC. ANNUAL #1 (flashback); next appears in INFINITY, INC. #13) and her gang (first and only appearance), the Sportsmaster, the Huntress (Paula Brooks; last appearance for both in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #124), the Master Summoner (unrevealed)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: While the Justice Society tries to capture the Thorn and save the life of Wildcat, whom she has poisoned, the Huntress faces her villainous namesake in the JSA headquarters building.

All-Star Comics No. 73
July-August 1978
Cover: Huntress vs. Huntress (villainess); Sportsmaster vs. Flash and Power Girl; Thorn vs. Wildcat //Joe Staton / Joe Giella (signed)
Story: "Be It Ever So Deadly" (17 pages)
Editor: Joe Orlando
Writer: Paul Levitz
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Todd Klein
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Dr. Fate, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Huntress, Power Girl, Wildcat (next appears in INFINITY, INC. #27 (flashback))
Supporting Character: Joan Garrick (last appearance in DC SPECIAL SERIES #11; next appears in INFINITY, INC. #27 (flashback))
Villains: The Huntress (Paula Brooks; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #9), the Thorn (next appears in INFINITY, INC. #?), the Sportsmaster (last appearance), the Master Summoner (unrevealed)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: With Wildcat dying from poison, the Justice Society must find a way to save him while fighting the Thorn, the Huntress, and the Sportsmaster.

All-Star Comics No. 74
September-October 1978
Cover: Hawkman, Huntress, Green Lantern, Flash, Power Girl, Robin, Dr. Fate, Superman, Hourman, Dr. Mid-Nite, Wonder Woman, and Master Summoner's hand //Joe Staton / Dick Giordano (signed)
Story: "World on the Edge of Ending" (chapter 1; 4 pages)
 Chapter 2 (5 pages)
 Chapter 3 (6 pages)
 Chapter 4: "The Master Summoner" (4 pages)
 Chapter 5: "Shall a World End?"  (6 pages)
Editor: Joe Orlando
Writer: Paul Levitz
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Joe Giella
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #92; next appears in SECRET SOCIETY OF SUPER-VILLAINS #15), Dr. Fate (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #166 (flashback)), Dr. Mid-Nite (next appears in SECRET SOCIETY OF SUPER-VILLAINS #15), Flash (next appears in ADVENTURE COMICS #460), Green Lantern (next appears in GREEN LANTERN (2nd series) #108), Hawkman, Hourman, Power Girl, Starman, Wonder Woman (all next appear in INFINITY, INC. #27 (flashback)), Huntress (next appears in BATMAN FAMILY #20), Johnny Thunder (between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #137 / 195), Robin (next appears in ADVENTURE COMICS #461), Sandman (last chronological appearance in DC COMICS PRESENTS #47; next appears in ADVENTURE COMICS #466), Star-Spangled Kid (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #166 (flashback)), Superman (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #159; next team appearance chronologically in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #166 (flashback))
Intro: Ms. Milem (only appearance)
Villains: The Master Summoner (last appearance), a group of terrorists (first and only appearance)
Comment: This is the last issue of ALL-STAR COMICS.
 Shortly after this story, the Justice Society encounters the Secret Society of Super-Villains in SECRET SOCIETY OF SUPER-VILLAINS #15, CANCELLED COMIC CAVALCADE #2, and JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #166 (flashback), then appear in flashback in INFINITY, INC. #27, then team up with the Justice Society and several time-lost heroes to fight the Lord of Time in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #159-160.
Synopsis: The Master Summoner tells the Justice Society that, unless they "act wisely and well", a cosmic imbalance will destroy their Earth.

Adventure Comics No. 461
January-February 1979
Cover: Flash of Earth-1 in jail with Iris Allen; Dr. Fate, Green Lantern, Power Girl, Huntress, Flash; Wonder Girl vs. Wonder Woman of Earth-1; Deadman //Jim Aparo (signed)
Story: "Only Legends Live Forever" (chapter 1; 9 pages)
 Chapter 2: "War Atop the Tower" (7 pages)
Editor: Joe Orlando
Writer: Paul Levitz
Artist: Joe Staton
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Dr. Fate, Flash, Green Lantern, Huntress (last appearance of all in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #160), Power Girl, Wildcat (last appearance for both in INFINITY, INC. #27 (flashback), Robin (last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #74); last team appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #160)
GS: Bruce Wayne (Batman; last chronological appearance in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #1 (flashback))
Supporting Character: O'Hara (last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #70)
Cameo appearances: Flash, Superman, Green Lantern, Green Arrow, Batman, Aquaman, Atom, and Wonder Woman of Earth-1, J'onn J'onzz (the Justice League of America), Creeper, Superman, Wonder Woman, John Kent, Mary Kent, Atom, Sandman, Hawkman, Hourman, Spectre, Black Canary, Key, Dr. Mid-Nite (in flashbacks)
Villain: Bill Jensen (first appearance)
Comments: Story continues in next issue.
 This story incorrectly states that Aquaman is unique to Earth-1; as is shown in ALL-STAR SQUADRON #59, he has an Earth-2 counterpart.
Synopsis: Bill Jensen, a criminal Bruce Wayne once sent to jail, is out,  armed with incredible energy powers, and demanding that Wayne be turned over to him, defying the Justice Society when they try to take him down.

Adventure Comics No. 462
March-April 1979
Cover: Alfred Beagle, Robin, Superman, Huntress, Flash, Power Girl, and Green Lantern beside Batman in coffin; vignettes of Wonder Woman, Flash, Deadman, and Aquaman //Jim Aparo (signed)
Story: "Only Legends Live Forever" (1 page)
 Prologue: "What Has Gone Before" (2 pages)
 Chapter 3: "The Legend Lives Again" (8 pages)
 Epilogue (4 pages)
Editor: Joe Orlando
Writer: Paul Levitz
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inkers: Dick Giordano (pg. 1), Joe Staton (pgs. 2-15)
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Batman (dies in this story), Dr. Mid-Nite, Star-Spangled Kid, Superman, Wonder Woman (last appearance for all in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #160), Hourman, Starman (last appearance for both in INFINITY, INC. #27 (flashback)), Dr. Fate, Flash, Green Lantern, Huntress, Power Girl, Robin, Wildcat)
Supporting Characters: O'Hara (next appears in WONDER WOMAN #281), Alfred Beagle (last chronological appearance in SUPERMAN FAMILY #211; next appearance in WONDER WOMAN #294)
Villain: Bill Jensen (dies in this story)
Comment: Story continues in next issue.
 The Huntress's and Robin's secret identities are revealed to the world in this story, as is Batman's.
Synopsis: The Justice Society attempts to stop Bill Jensen from killing Bruce Wayne, who resumes his role of Batman one last time--but fails.

Adventure Comics No. 463
May-June 1979
Cover: Fredric Vaux and demons vs. Dr. Fate, Power Girl, Green Lantern, and Flash; Wonder Woman, Deadman, Aquaman, and Flash vignettes //Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez (signed)
Story: "The Night of the Soul Thief" (17 pages)
Editor: Ross Andru
Writer: Paul Levitz
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Dave Hunt
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Dr. Fate, Flash, Green Lantern, Huntress, Power Girl, Robin)
Cameo appearance: Batman (in flashback)
Villain: Fredric Vaux (first and only appearance)
Comment: Robin's and the Huntress's secret identities are restored in this story.
Synopsis: The Justice Society comes to grips with the sorceror who gave Bill Jensen the power to kill Batman.

Adventure Comics No. 464
July-August 1979
Story: "To Everything There Is a Season" (8 pages)
Editor: Ross Andru
Writer: Paul Levitz
Artist: Joe Staton
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Wildcat, Dick Grayson (Robin), Helena Wayne (Huntress), Karen Starr (Power Girl))
Intro: Jock Tanner, Charlie Bullock (only appearance for both)
Villains: A gang of muggers (first and only appearance)
Synopsis: While wandering through the neighborhood of his old gym, Wildcat thwarts a robbery with the help of a young boy, and comes to a decision about his future.

Adventure Comics No. 465
September-October 1979
Story: "Countdown To Disaster" (16 pages)
Editor: Ross Andru
Writer: Paul Levitz
Penciller: Joe Staton
Inker: Dave Hunt
Letterer: Milt Snapinn
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Dr. Fate, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Huntress, Power Girl (all next appear in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #171), Mr. Terrific (last appearance in CANCELLED COMIC CAVALCADE #2; next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #171))
Supporting Character: Inza Nelson (last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #71)
Villains: Trader Tom, a cleaning lady, various crooks (first and only appearance for all)
Comment: Shortly after this story, the Justice League and Justice Society try to solve the murder of Mr. Terrific in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #171-172.
Synopsis: The Justice Society must find the whereabouts of a poison capsule in Gotham City before it can burst and create mass death.

Adventure Comics No. 466
November-December 1979
Story: "The Defeat of the Justice Society" (17 pages)
Editor: Ross Andru
Writer: Paul Levitz
Artist: Joe Staton
Letterer: Ben Oda
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom (last appearance in INFINITY, INC. #27 (flashback); next appears in DC COMICS PRESENTS #30; also appears in flashback, between ALL-STAR COMICS #57 / 48 (flash-forward)), Black Canary (in flashback, between ALL-STAR COMICS #57 / 48 (flash-forward)), Dr. Fate (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #172; next appears in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #156), Dr. Mid-Nite (next appears in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #183; also appears in flashback, between ALL-STAR COMICS #57 / 48 (flash-forward)), Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman (all between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #172 / 183; all also appear in flashback, between ALL-STAR COMICS #57 / 48 (flash-forward)), Hourman (next appears in DC COMICS PRESENTS #25), Huntress (next appears in WONDER WOMAN #271), Power Girl (between JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #172 / 183), Robin, Star-Spangled Kid, Superman, Wildcat (all next appear in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #183), Sandman (last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #74; next appears in AMERICA VS. THE JUSTICE SOCIETY #1), Starman (next appears in BRAVE AND THE BOLD #182), Wonder Woman  (also appears in flashback, between ALL-STAR COMICS #57 / 48 (flash-forward)))
GS: Black Canary II (between GREEN LANTERN #121 / 122)
Cameo appearance: The Key (in flashback)
Intro: Special Agent Williams, Combined Congressional Un-American Activities Committee (only appearance for all; in flashback)
Villains: Senator O'Fallon, Eliminations, Inc., various gangsters (first and only appearance for all; in flashback)
Comment: Story continues in part from JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #172.
 This the last Justice Society story in ADVENTURE COMICS.
Synopsis: The Huntress tells Power Girl the story of how the Justice Society originally disbanded in 1951 when they were asked to reveal their true identities before a Congressional hearing committee, and refused.

Justice Society's interim appearances:
JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #183-185, 195-197
WONDER WOMAN #291
JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #207
ALL-STAR SQUADRON #14
JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #208
ALL-STAR SQUADRON #15
JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #209, 219, 220
INFINITY, INC. #1-12
JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #231, 232

America Vs. the Justice Society No. 1
January 1985
Cover: Batman with diary, Hawkman, Atom, Flash, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, and Superman //Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "I Accuse": Chapter 1 (26 pages)
 Chapter 2: "Witness For the Persecution" (22 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Consultant: Rich Morrissey
Pencillers: Rafael Kayanan (pgs. 2, 3, 5, 8-11, 13-48), Rich Buckler (pgs. 1, 4, 6, 7), Jerry Ordway (pg. 12)
Inkers: Alfredo Alcala, Bill Collins
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Adrienne Roy
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Batman (in flashback; between issue #4 (flashback) / ADVENTURE COMICS #461), Atom, Hawkman, Hourman, Huntress, Wonder Woman (last appearance for all in INFINITY, INC. #12), Dr. Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, Green Lantern, Johnny Thunder, Starman, Wildcat (last appearance for all in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #232), Flash (last appearance in INFINITY, INC. #9), Robin (last appearance in INFINITY, INC. #9), Sandman (last appearance in ADVENTURE COMICS #466), Superman (last appearance in INFINITY, INC. #11))
GS: Infinity, Inc. (Star-Spangled Kid, Silver Scarab, Jade, Obsidian, Northwind, Fury, Nuklon; last appearance in INFINITY, INC. #12)
Supporting Characters: Dr. Carter Nichols (in flashback; last appearance in ?; next appears in issue #4), Jimmy Olsen (last appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #71)
Intro: James, Jill (only appearance for both), Wilkins (next appears in issue #4)
Cameo appearances: Spectre, Sir William Stephenson, Sandman, Adolf Hitler, Valkyries, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Johnny Thunder's Thunderbolt, Prof. Everson, Prof. Zee, Per Degaton, Harry Hopkins, Black Dragon Society, King Bee, the Monster, the Psycho-Pirate I, the Brain Wave, Black Condor, Uncle Sam, Phantom Lady, Plastic Man, Black Canary, Gambler, Vandal Savage, Thinker, Harlequin, Sportsmaster, Icicle, Huntress, Fiddler, Johnny Quick, Prof. Elwood Napier, Sen. O'Fallon (death revealed in this story), Elvis Presley, Dwight D. Eisenhower, James Dean, Star-Spangled Kid, Power Girl, Bill Jensen, Commissioner Gordon, Dr. Swanley, Dr. Doome (all in flashback)
Villains: The Wizard (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #220), A. K. O'Fallon (first appearance)
Comments: Story continues in next issue.
 Back cover reproduces the cover of ALL-STAR COMICS #4.
Synopsis: The discovery of a diary written in Batman's own hand naming the Justice Society as conscious conspirators with Adolf Hitler causes Congress to summon the JSA for an investigation and accounting, and Robin and the Huntress find themselves on separate sides of the controversy.

America Vs. the Justice Society No. 2
February 1985
Cover: Spectre, Green Lantern, Starman, Atom, Dr. Fate, Sandman, Helena Wayne, Wonder Woman, guard, and Sen. William Hopkins //Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "Trial By Congress" (32 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Penciller: Mike Hernandez
Inker: Alfredo Alcala
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Hourman, Helena Wayne (Huntress), Johnny Thunder, Dick Grayson (Robin), Sandman, Starman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Spectre (last appearance in JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #220; next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5)
GS: Shiera Sanders Hall (Hawkgirl; last appearance in INFINITY, INC. #12), Infinity, Inc. (Jade, Obsidian, Fury, Northwind, Nuklon, Silver Scarab, Star-Spangled Kid), Shining Knight (last appearance in INFINITY, INC. #11), Chuck Grayson (Robotman; last appearance in DC COMICS PRESENTS #31; last appearance)
Supporting Characters: Lois Lane Kent (last appearance in DC COMICS PRESENTS ANNUAL #1), Joan Garrick (last appearance in THE FLASH #305; next appears in INFINITY, INC. #21), Inza Nelson (last appearance in THE FLASH #313), Andrew Vinson (last appearance in INFINITY, INC. #12)
Intro: Linda Valdez, Jason Philips, Sen. William Hopkins
Cameo appearances: Batman, Adolf Hitler, Valkyries, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, J. Edgar Hoover, Gray Shirts, Fritz Klaver, Mr. X, Johnny Thunder's Thunderbolt, Shadow-Men, Wotan, Ian Karkull, Harry S Truman, Prof. Everson, Prof. Zee, Prof. Swanley, Dr. Doome, Dr. Carter Nichols, Steve Trevor, the Monster, Plastic Man, Liberty Belle, Johnny Quick, Stripesy, Vigilante, Green Arrow, Speedy, Crimson Avenger, Firebrand II, Hideki Tojo, Brain Wave, Black Dragon (all in flashback)
Villains: The Wizard, A. K. O'Fallon, Per Degaton (last appearance in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #10)
Comments: This story confirms that the Spectre is also "the Jim Corrigan of an alternate Earth"--Earth-One, as shown in his ADVENTURE COMICS series and appearances in GHOSTS and BRAVE AND THE BOLD.
 The back cover of this issue reproduces the cover of ALL-STAR COMICS #3.
 Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: The hearing of the Justice Society begins, but the Spectre crashes it to offer his old friends sanctuary on another world, and possibly to threaten their accusers with death.

America Vs. the Justice Society No. 3
March 1985
Cover: Hawkman, Dr. Fate, Black Canary, Flash, Wonder Woman, and Wildcat vs. Wizard; Hitler vignette //Jerry Ordway (signed)
Story: "Hostile Witness" (32 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Penciller: Howard Bender
Inker: Alfredo Alcala
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Consultant: Rich Morrissey
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Hourman, Helena Wayne (Huntress), Johnny Thunder, Dick Grayson (Robin), Sandman, Starman, Superman, Wildcat, Wonder Woman)
Supporting Characters: Inza Nelson (next appears in INFINITY, INC. #21), Jimmy Olsen, Lois Lane Kent, Andrew Vinson (next appears in INFINITY, INC. #19)
Other Characters:  Linda Valdez, Jason Philips, Sen. William Hopkins, Wilkins
Cameo appearances: Brain Wave, Batman, George Washington, Spectre, Johnny Thunder's Thunderbolt, Ray, Black Condor, Uncle Sam, Phantom Lady, Red Bee, King Bee, Hector Bauer, the Monster, Prof. Carter Nichols, Adolf Hitler, Valkyries, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Prof. Everson, Joe Fitch, Psycho-Pirate I, Sandy, Doris Lee (death confirmed in this story), Mr. Terrific, Dick Amber, Hengast Kimball, Jovian metal-being, Fred Monday, Jimmy Monday, Landor, Zor, Willie Wonder, Solomon Grundy, Prof. Zee, Sky Pirate, Gambler, Thinker, the "Master Villain", Black Canary, Lorelei, a Junior Crimson Claw, Huntress, Sportsmaster, Fiddler, Icicle, Harlequin
Villains: A. K. O'Fallon, the Wizard (next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #12), Per Degaton
Comments: Back cover of this issue reproduces the cover of ALL-STAR COMICS #5.
 Story continues in next issue.
Synopsis: The Justice Society continues recounting their history for the Congressional hearing, but are astounded when another witness is called on to testify for the prosecution: the Wizard.

America Vs. the Justice Society No. 4
April 1985
Cover: Dr. Fate, Wonder Woman, Hawkman, and Green Lantern seeing Per Degaton and various artifacts in hourglass //Jerry Ordway
Story: "D-Day For Degaton" (32 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Penciller: Howard Bender
Inker: Alfredo Alcala
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters:  Justice Society of America (Batman (in flashback; last chronological appearance in ALL-STAR COMICS #70; next chronological appearance in issue #1 (flashback)), Atom, Johnny Thunder, Dick Grayson (Robin; all next appear in INFINITY, INC. ANNUAL #1), Dr. Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Wonder Woman (all next appear in INFINITY, INC. #19), Green Lantern, Starman (both next appear in INFINITY, INC. #20 / CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #4), Hawkman (next appears in INFINITY, INC. #15), Hourman (next appears in INFINITY, INC. #20), Huntress, Sandman (both next appear in INFINITY, INC. #21), Power Girl (last appearance in INFINITY, INC. #12; next appears in INFINITY, INC. ANNUAL #1), Superman (next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #1), Wildcat (next appears in INFINITY, INC. #16))
GA: Shiera Sanders Hall (Hawkgirl; next appears in INFINITY, INC. #21), Infinity, Inc. (Star-Spangled Kid (next appears in INFINITY, INC. #15), Fury, Jade, Nuklon, Silver Scarab (all next appear in INFINITY, INC. #13), Obsidian, Northwind (both next appear in INFINITY, INC. #14))
Supporting Characters: Lois Lane Kent (next appears in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #10), Dr. Carter Nichols (last appearance in issue #1; last appearance), Professor Zee (dies in this story)
Other Characters:  Linda Valdez, Jason Philips, Sen. William Hopkins (last appearance for all), Edmund Blake, Joan Nevins Blake (last appearance for both in ALL-STAR COMICS #48; last appearance for both)
Cameo appearances: The Alchemist, Black Canary, Aurikon, Evil Star, Dr. Egri, Mamie Campion, Elmer Doolittle, "Billy the Kid", Fire People, Diamond Men, Four Kings, Mr. Alpha, the Conqueror, a Chameleon, the Key, Eliminations, Inc.'s agent, Sen. O'Fallon, Marlon Brando (in WILD ONE), Jackie Gleason (as Ralph Kramden), Elvis Presley, Fiddler, Shade, Thinker, Flash, Green Lantern, Batman, Wonder Woman, Black Canary, Superman, Hawkman, Atom, and Green Arrow of Earth-1,Vandal Savage, Spectre, Batman, Shining Knight, Stripesy, Vigilante, Star-Spangled Kid, Crimson Avenger, Green Arrow, Speedy, Black Canary, Ray, Black Condor, Uncle Sam, Human Bomb, Phantom Lady, Doll Man, Brain Wave, Psycho-Pirate II, Number One (of the Strike Force), Thorn, Sportsmaster, Huntress, Bill Jensen, Fredrick Vaux, fire elemental, Mr. Terrific, Spirit King, Brainwave, Jr., Prof. Everson, Prof. Stanley, Gambler, Wizard, Adolf Hitler (all in flashback)
Villains: Per Degaton (dies in this story), A. J. O'Fallon (last appearance)
Comments: Back cover of this issue reproduces the cover of ALL-STAR COMICS #54.
 After this story, the Justice Society teams with the Justice League and Infinity, Inc. to deal with Commander Steel in INFINITY, INC. #19 / JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #244, helps Infinity, Inc. deal with the Crisis On Infinite Earths on Earth-Two in INFINITY, INC. #20 / CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #4, attend the wedding of Green Lantern and the Harlequin in INFINITY, INC. ANNUAL #1 and INFINITY, INC. #21, and join the heroes of the multiverse to fight the Anti-Monitor in CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #5-7, INFINITY, INC. #23, and CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #9-12.
Synopsis: As the Congressional hearing on the Justice Society comes to a close, Dick Grayson begins to deduce the truth behind the Batman diaries, just as Per Degaton emerges to play his masterstroke.

Last Days of the Justice Society Special No. 1
1986
Cover: Hawkman, Power Girl, Spectre, Star-Spangled Kid, and Dr. Fate looking down at bodies of Green Lantern, Dr. Fate, Wonder Woman, Starman, Superman, Hawkman, Batman, and Wildcat in war-torn town //David Ross / Mike Gustovich (signed)
Story: "Last Days of the Justice Society of America" (62 pages)
Editor, co-plotter, scripter: Roy Thomas
Co-plotter: Dann Thomas
Penciller: David Ross
Inker: Mike Gustovich
Letterer: David Cody Weiss
Colorist: Carl Gafford
Feature Characters: Justice Society of America (Atom, Dr. Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Hourman, Johnny Thunder and his Thunderbolt, Sandman, Starman (last appearance for all in INFINITY, INC. #25), Green Lantern, Hawkman (last appearance for both in INFINITY, INC. #26), Power Girl (between INFINITY, INC. #26 / 30), the Spectre (last appearance in SWAMP THING #50; next appears in THE SPECTRE (2nd series) #1), Star-Spangled Kid (between INFINITY, INC. #29 / 30), Wildcat (last appearance in INFINITY, INC. #29))
GS: Hawkgirl (last appearance in INFINITY, INC. #26), Sandy (last appearance in DC COMICS PRESENTS #57), Infinity, Inc. (Brainwave, Jr., Nuklon, Silver Scarab, Northwind, Jade, Obsidian (all between INFINITY, INC. #29 / 30), Fury (between INFINITY, INC. #28 / 30))
Intro: An alternate-past Justice Society of America (Atom, Batman, Dr. Fate, Dr. Mid-Nite, Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Mr. Terrific, Sandman, Spectre, Starman, Superman, Wildcat, Wonder Woman; all die in this story), Harry S Truman of the alternate-past, Eva Braun Heimdall, Thor, Odin, Frey, Tyr (only appearance for all)
Cameo appearances: Batman, Catwoman, Mr. Terrific, Superman, Lois Lane Kent, Superboy of Earth-Prime, Wonder Woman, Steve Trevor, Robin, Huntress (all in flashbacks), Batman, Robin, Superman, Sandman, and Hawkman of Earth-1, Hawkwoman, J'onn J'onzz, Firestorm, Black Canary II, Starfire, Halo, Katana, Geo-Force, Black Lightning, Question, Uncle Sam, Blue Beetle, Plastic Man, Captain Atom, Nightshade, Vigilante, Blue Devil, Captain Marvel, Cyborg, Wonder Girl, Jericho, Changeling, Mary Marvel, Auron, unidentified masked heroine, Northwind, Jade, Silver Scarab, Nuklon, Fury, Obsidian, Brainwave, Jr., Wildcat II, Dr. Midnight, Hourman II
Villains: Adolf Hitler (dies in this story), Martin Bormann, Albert Speer, Josef Goebbels, Surtur, Loki, the Storm Giants, Garm, Fenrir, the Midgard Serpent (first and only appearance for all), the Nazis
Comment: It is difficult to assign an "old Earth / new Earth" designation for the Justice Society members because of their residence in the pocket universe at the end of this story, which is shown to be a "notional dimension" created by Odin in SANDMAN #26, their next appearance.  The Justice Society emerges from the pocket universe in ARMAGEDDON 2001.
Synopsis: At a memorial service for their dead or missing members, the Justice Society learns from the Spectre that they must return to the closing days of World War II, or the world may be destroyed.

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