by Doc Quantum Return to chapter list January, 1989: Maxwell Lord’s hands shook as he brought a cigarette up to his mouth and lit it with a match. It was just nerves; at least, he hoped it was just nerves. At his age, you couldn’t be too sure about anything. As the CEO of Queen . . .Earth-2 on .
by Farmer Sackett and Doc Quantum Return to chapter list Pensacola, Florida, December 31, 1988: Ben looked up as a young couple roared up in their matching Yamahas. They let the big machines idle noisily as Willie and Lorraine took off their helmets, and Willie shook out his long hair. Finally, the motorcycles were shut . . .Earth-2 on .
by Christine Nightstar and Doc Quantum Return to chapter list November 15, 1988: Patrick Carmichael, archbishop of the Roman Catholic Church in Gotham City, was a man of many minds. He had always believed that he was one of the highest-ranking current members of the Illuminati. A true believer, he knew that the world would . . .Earth-2 on .
by Doc Quantum and Christine Nightstar Return to chapter list Continued from DC Universe: The Race, Book 4: Endgame November 8, 1988: Kompera Lee, vice-president of Bishamon Technologies, turned off the television, disgusted at the election results. “This is an utter travesty,” said Lee. “How could Gunderson have been elected president? He’s an outright criminal!” . . .Earth-2 on .
by Dave Barnowski
The Justice Society of America’s annual Christmas tradition is to anonymously deliver gifts to the children of America. But even with all their power, they’ve never been unable to gift every child… until now.
by Sandy Hausler and Vendikarr DeWuff
Beth Kane is turning sixteen years old, and her grandmother — the former Batwoman — has a very special day planned for her, including a training session with a JSA member! But when Beth arrives at JSA Headquarters, expecting to train with Power Girl or Wonder Woman, she’s stunned to be greeted by none other than Ma Hunkel, the elderly original Red Tornado! Not only that, but Beth must stop a bank robbery without using her Flamebird powers! Guest starring the Justice Society of America!
by Vendikarr DeWuff and Sandy Hausler Return to chapter list Beth Kane followed the old woman down a stairway to the Justice Society’s training area. Set up much like a gymnasium, it also had a second door at the end of the room. Beth tried to familiarize herself with the layout of the room; her . . .Earth-2 on .
by Sandy Hausler and Vendikarr DeWuff Return to chapter list November, 1986: “Why, Dick, how nice of you to call,” said Kathy Kane Carson into her phone as she curled up on the couch of her spacious living room. “Just returning your call, Kathy,” replied Dick Grayson. “I know I should call more often, but . . .Earth-2 on .
by Doc Quantum, adapted from Superman #19 by Jerry Siegel and John Sikela, and All-Star Squadron #64 by Roy Thomas and Wayne Boring
Liberty Belle and Johnny Quick are as surprised as anyone to learn that villains straight out of the comic-strips are attacking Metropolis en masse! But as they spend that day recruiting help from fellow team members of the All-Star Squadron, in between making plans for their impending nuptials, they find that Superman and Lois Lane already have the situation well in hand with a comic-strip team of their own!
by Doc Quantum, adapted from Superman #19 by Jerry Siegel and John Sikela, and All-Star Squadron #64 by Roy Thomas and Wayne Boring Return to chapter list At the Perisphere, Johnny Quick and Liberty Belle listened in to a radio news report from Metropolis describing what happened next, as Superman fought a giant-size replica of . . .Earth-2 on .
by Doc Quantum, adapted from Superman #19 by Jerry Siegel and John Sikela, and All-Star Squadron #64 by Roy Thomas and Wayne Boring Return to chapter list Atop a freight car precariously rumbling across a high trestle, two fighting figures desperately wage a grim battle, with death the loser’s penalty… “You’ve trailed me across a . . .Earth-2 on .
by Immortalwildcat, Starsky Hutch 76, Gamma Xmen and Andrew Troy Keller
Five Easter Sundays. Five super-heroes. Five stories connected only by one theme. For many people, Easter Sunday means a special time for family and reflection on one’s faith. And in some cases, it can mean other things entirely. Featuring the Sandman, the Spectre, Power Girl, Wildcat, and Arrowette!
by Doc Quantum
In the wake of the battle with the Nebula-Man, the Star-Spangled Kid finds himself in the days of the caveman, where he struggles to survive. Even worse, he realizes that he’s brought the common flu virus back to this primitive age, which could potentially wipe out the human race before history even begins! Can the Kid find a way to quarantine himself before he infects the cavemen?
It’s a typical day during World War II for Hop Harrigan. That is, until a sleigh pulled by flying reindeer crosses his path, headed for Japanese-held Christmas Island! Can Hop rescue Santa Claus in time to save Christmas?
American Girl debuted during the presidential race, working alongside her stepfather Pat Dugan, alias Americommando. But as Courtney Dugan begins her own solo heroic career, she finds more than she bargained for when she’s forced to fight her biological father — the villainous leader of the Strike Force!